Re: Joseph Farah’s column, “Hillary’s contempt of Congress”
Yes, of course this is contempt of Congress. More to the point, it’s contempt of the American people. But, you know what? It doesn’t matter because Congress will not challenge her (excepting Rand Paul). Because Congress, and I’m speaking of the Republicans, is a bunch of wussies. They will not stand up on behalf of the constituents who elected them (and I am one). All they care about is their next election.
Thanks to the inherently robust nature of our economy, there are currently signs of more job creation. It’s good news indeed for many. However, there is still massive unemployment and underemployment.
So right on time from the insulated halls of Congress come calls for immigration “reform.” “Reform” translated for the uninformed means a massive influx of those with no interest in learning English who will work for much less than native born, swamp an already overstressed medical care system and be fast-tracked to citizenship so they can vote overwhelming for Democrats.
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You are going to burn in hell, you Nazi maggots.
Prepare yourselves for a spine chill. The “Testament of Solomon,” a pseudepigrapha written in Greek between 1st and 3rd centuries A.D., weighs in on the activities of Beelzeboul (aka Beelzebub), the Prince of Demons and Lord of the Flies.
The ghastly ancient citation seemingly fits Obama like a shell fits a snail:
“I Solomon said unto him: ‘Beelzeboul, what is thy employment?’ And he answered me: ‘I de ... continue reading »
Piers Morgan seems to have forgotten the humiliation the British suffered at Dunkirk.
While many soldiers escaped across the channel, most did not carry their weapons. Afterward, a call was made to the general population to donate their weapons because they feared Hitler would invade shortly after the defeat. Of course, this was before the U.S. entered the war and our stance was neutrality. If it weren’t for the civilian volunteers that floated their boats across the channel and ... continue reading »
Someone needs to put a muzzle on Piers Morgan.
I loved to watch Larry King, and then Piers Morgan took over. It wasn’t bad, but lately nobody can seem to speak to him if they have an opposing idea.
He just goes off the deep end, especially with this gun business. He is bringing his English attitude to the United States. I thought we beat the English back in the day because we didn’t like their views then, and we sure as hell don’t like them now.
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