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The Obama Morning News || May 13, 2013

IRS targeted groups critical of government . . . Washington Post
Republicans demand audit of IRS . . . Washington Times
Sebelius fundraising possibly illegal . . . New York Times
Hicks a Democrat who voted for Hillary, Obama . . . Daily Caller
McCain senses Benghazi “cover up” . . . Washington Times
Obama and the Oval Office couch loungers . . . Joe Curl
Pickering: No need to question Hillary . . . CNS News
Will: Carney’s “usefulness” is “declining” . . . Daily Caller
Obama to host British PM Cameron today . . . Associated Press

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7 Responses to The Obama Morning News || May 13, 2013

  1. “Sebelius fundraising possibly illegal . . . New York Times”

    Will the IRS audit THIS?

    Of course, if the IRS REALLY wanted to audit activity that calls into question the status of tax-exempt entities, they COULD start with the historically Black churches and their behavior in the last election, from pro-Obama get-out-the-vote rallies to promoting Obama from the pulpit.

    Here, let me help;

    “Consider the facts. The Pew Research Center released its findings on this subject last week: “Black Protestants are twice as likely as churchgoers to be hearing about the candidates at church.” Moreover, “Nearly half (45%) of black Protestant churchgoers say the messages they hear at church favor a candidate, and every one of those says the message favors Obama.”
    http://www.catholicleague.org/pulpit-politics-4/

    “One organization, the faith-based PICO National Network, staged a “Let My People Vote Sunday” in September in which about 300 churches around the country held voter registration drives during services and recruited churchgoers to go out and register even more people. The goal was to sign up around 75,000 people, PICO policy director Gordon Whitman said.

    “People are stopping in the middle of worship to have people pull out the registration forms and fill them out. It’s about the church saying,`We are going to participate in this process,’” Whitman said.

    In many states with early voting, the Sunday before Election Day in 2008 was a church-based political event in which minority congregations went en masse to polling places and cast their ballots. That year in Florida, 33.2 percent of all African-American voters and 23.6 percent of Latino voters cast ballots on that final Sunday, according to the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University.”
    http://newsone.com/2051968/black-churches-voting/

    You’re welcome, IRS. Investigate away! Let’s see that nonpartisanship NOW!

    Think that’ll happen? Me neither…

  2. “Pickering: No need to question Hillary . . . CNS News”

    No need. We can just stipulate that she’ll lie, feign outrage, and obstruct justice. In other words, pretty much everything she accused NIxon of doing…

    “…Hillary Clinton was fired from the committee staff. Jerry Zeifman, supervised Hillary Clinton during the Watergate impeachment inquiry. He refused to give her a letter of recommendation because of her lies and unethical behavior. Clinton obtained a position on the committee staff through her political patronage of her former Yale law school professor Burke Marshall and Chappaquiddick Senator Ted Kennedy. Jerry Zeifman says Hillary Clinton was unethical and a liar (as if we didn’t already know that.) He also described Hillary Clinton as a dishonest lawyer. Finally, Zeifman says Hillary Clinton conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality.”
    http://thedaleygator.wordpress.com/2013/05/11/hillary-clinton-fired-from-watergate-committee-for-fraud-ethics-violations/

    Leaned well, didn’t she? I guess the part about “conspiring to violate the Constitution” may be what caught Obama’s eye in the first place, huh?

    Hillary in 2016!

    FORWARD!

  3. “McCain senses Benghazi “cover up” . . . Washington Times”

    So he’ll – what? Wait for instructions from Obama? Tell Rand Paul to shut up again? Try to come to a “grand bargain” about truthiness that will weaken the truth, the nation, and the Republican Party some more?

    Sorry, no confidence in this guy. He might as well go the Arlen Specter route, and may he reap Specter’s wages…

    O/T, but here’s another reason to love Johnny;

    “McCain also defended Obama against impeachment during a late February town hall, saying, “I do not believe that the president has committed impeachable offenses — that’s high crimes.”
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/12/mccain-obama-benghazi_n_3262489.html

    Yup. Constitutional violations in Libya, from illegally launching wars (which he STILL hasn’t gone to Congress about) to allowing an American Ambassador to be raped, murdered, and dragged through the street as he watched, caluclated, and went to bed, to lying about it later to the extent of calling the President of Libya a liar and having a guy imprisoned for making a stupid YouTube video that had nothing to do with ANYTHING – Sure, John, nothing to impeach here, let’s just move along and do something about that “whacko bird” Paul guy instead…

  4. “Will: Carney’s “usefulness” is “declining” . . . Daily Caller”

    Sure it is. Just like Baghdad Bob’s did at the fall of Baghdad; or like Joseph Goebbles’ did when Hitler shot himself…

    I guess this may mean no watch from Obama for Carney?
    “Before, his death, it is said that Hitler gave to Goebbels his own wrist watch as a mark that he had been the only senior Nazi leader to have stayed with Hitler to the end.”
    http://www.holocaustresearchproject.org/holoprelude/goebbels.html

    Doesn’t look like Jay’ll be in the bunker when Benghazi falls in. Jay’s turn under the bus, than Hillary’s? That bus is going to end up high-centered on the huge pile of political corpses before it’s all over, and unable to continue as a result…

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