While the politicians get paid, we wait; and wait and wait for so many things. It can’t be coincidence there are so many irons in the fire, waiting for the last-minute of some sort of decision. This administration has a Knack for waiting until the night before the test to study, knowing all along they plan to cheat. When is the last time you heard of anything done by the Senate other than Harry Reid getting up in front of everyone to say “no” to the umpteenth legislation proposed by the house on some major issue, just to say he won’t bring it to the floor. BTW as sidebar, for the media morons who are “investigating” Mitt Romney’s Mormonism, Harry Reid is also a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints; not an issue for him was it. Hypocrites. But if you recall I told you they would do this to Romney, it just never occurred to me they would also go after the possible future first lady’s medical needs for the diseases of M.S. or Cancer. Are we sure those media morons aren’t somehow related to John Edwards, considering the slimbag factor?(That’s OK Neil Cavuto ripped them a new one over it. Thank-You Cavuto).
These are but a few issues outside of the economy and job losses that are burning while our President plays golf, plans his summer vacation and remains focused on his only concern, his reelection. This is how lazy, inexperienced fools take down a country, but not dealing with the problems, each and everyday. By taking their pen and circumventing the legislative process and law on the books, and by granting Presidential privilege while using time, money and resources-waiting for political advantage without a care beyond one’s own campaign. This is not how a President is supposed to carry out the responsibilities of their office.
Waiting for the Supreme Court Decision on Obamacare:
Waiting on the U.S. Supreme Court
2:04 pm June 21, 2012, by Jamie Dupree
The Supreme Court will again be the big focus in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, as the Justices will issue some of the final decisions of their 2011-2012 term – whether that includes a ruling on the Obama health law, no one knows.
Once again, the major TV news networks and all kind of other news organizations will be on alert – just in case the decision is handed down, and that will lead to a bit of a traffic jam over at the Supreme Court press room as the rulings are issued.
So, the Supreme Court Public Information Office set out these new guidelines for how the decisions will be handed out Thursday and next week:
Waiting for the Vote from the House on Holder
Given that already three Democrat House members have publicly announced that they will NOT attend the Democrat convention in North Carolina, apparently feeling strongly that their re-election prospects directly INCREASE with the INCREASE in their distance from Obama, it is reasonable to speculate that one or more House Democrats may well vote for the motion to hold Holder in contempt.
Money Poured into IRS for Obamacare-Just a Reminder, and the Question-If the Obamacare Garbage gets overturn, will the funds be returned from the IRS?
April 9, 2012
White House stealthily diverts $500 million to IRS for Obamacare enforcement
Legislation to Overturn the “New” Immigration status for “No Fault of Their Own”-
House GOP bill would block Obama’s immigration policy shift
Rep. Ben Quayle (R-Ariz.) has introduced the “Prohibiting Back-door Amnesty Act of 2012” legislation that would block the president’s action — and exposes the ongoing divide in the GOP on immigration issues in an election year.
Quayle, who sponsored the “Prohibiting Back-door Amnesty Act of 2012,” said in an interview with The Daily Caller that, “Obama’s actions set a very dangerous precedent. Now the president and administration can do whatever they feel like regardless of the separation of powers.”
The Hill reported that the second bill, sponsored by Rep. Schweikert, provides specific measures that “would prevent [Department of Homeland Security] DHS from enforcing executive orders on immigration,” even though “Obama’s policy change came only in the form of a memo on prosecutorial discretion from Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, not an executive order.”
Bernanke Ready to Add to the Federal Piggy Bank:
Bernanke ‘prepared’ to do more
By Annalyn Censky @CNNMoney June 20, 2012: 4:12 PM ET
had forecasted that the economy would grow as much as 2.9%.
That weaker outlook prompted the Fed to extend Operation Twist by $267 billion.
The program swaps short-term bonds for ones with longer durations, thereby pushing interest rates lower on mortgages and business loans. The hope is that cheaper credit will reach consumers and business, who will then boost the economy by spending more.
Iran’s Nuclear Capabilities:Leaks, and Our Blind Eye-Good Read
A World Without America
Here we go again.
Even as Syria, Iran, Russia and China planned one of the biggest war games in Middle Eastern history, including 90,000 troops, 400 aircraft, and 1,000 tanks, the Obama administration was busily leaking more confidential information to the press endangering Israel’s national security. According to theWashington Post, “Western officials with knowledge” told the Post that the Flame virus, which helped cripple the Iranian nuclear effort, was a joint U.S.-Israeli project.
“The effort, involving the National Security Agency, the CIA and Israel’s military,” reported the Post, “has included the use of destructive software such as the so-called Stuxnet virus to cause malfunctions in Iran’s nuclear enrichment equipment.”
The Endless Culture War
WASHINGTON — President Obama’s decision to lead with social issues in his re-election campaign — immigration, gay marriage and contraception — makes some political sense. His ideologically divisive performance in office has left him with no serious option but a base strategy. Cultural battles inspire the liberality of liberal donors. They may pump up turnout among target groups — Latinos, college-educated whites and single women. They can goad opponents into angry overreaction. And social debates, coincidentally, are an alternative to discussing the state of the economy.