NBRA: HARRY REID TWISTS CIVIL RIGHTS HISTORY TO BASH GOP
Before posting the article I received in email yesterday from the brilliant chairman of the National Black Republican Association, a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, and a lawyer; Frances Rice: a follow up……. Today in The Hill J. Taylor Rushing writes: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Tuesday defended his remarks from Monday comparing congressional Republican opposition to healthcare to the 19th-century debate over slavery, | Read More »
Sometimes you have to read the comments for the news…
Drudge has been carrying this headline all day: “Is this the end of America?” opinion article by Terence Corcoran. A fully interesting and very thoughtful read. But amidst the rattle of comments came this one: The plans are in motion to remove this man and his administration as well as the evil virus infecting Congress. These pathetic whores will be dragged into the streets, frog-marched | Read More »
You quoted the AP as saying: “Even in a political culture accustomed to truth-stretching, McCain’s skirting of facts has stood out this week.” Then you proceed to spew the following: “The controversies have surrounded McCain television commercials and stump speeches asserting that Barack Obama “supports” comprehensive sex education in kindergarten, that Obama called Sarah Palin a “pig in lipstick,” and that Palin stood firmly against | Read More »
The Hillary Scenario
Hillary will have her name placed in nomination at the Dem Convention.
The hidden issue that will elect a President this year
According to Rasmussen Reports; Gov’t Ethics & Corruption is considered very important by 67% of respondents, somewhat important by 23%, not very important by 6%, and not important at all by just 1%.
Another Pre-Defense Attack
In an article entitled, “Ohio Attorneys to Assert RICO Claim Against Karl Rove for Orchestrating Theft of 2004 Election” another pre-defense attack is underway.
Tags: 2004 election
, civil rights
, Cliff Arnebeck
, Karl Rove
, King Lincoln Bronzeville
, michael mukasey
, national security