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  • fireundersmoke fireundersmoke Jun 1, 2012 8:45 AM Flag

    Cantor, Top Republican Terrorist, PASS JOBS BILL

    Cantor the POS of the republcian party has no, will not pass a jobs bill to help Americans,, Americans will destroy the republcian party in Congress at the next election,,terrorists never win

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    • House republican terrorists still attacking our President every day,, I think I would support another terrorist group other than republicans.. get the drones out mr. president, you know where the terrorists are..Terrorist Gohmert talking against our president now, waste of life

    • Corsi vs. Gov. Paterson on eligibility
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      David Paterson, the former governor of New York and now a talk show host on WOR radio in the city, says “evidence is coming left and right” about Barack Obama’s ineligibility to be president.

      But that doesn’t matter, he says.
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      “It just doesn’t work for me.”

      His comment came after Jerome Corsi, author of the best-selling “Where’s the Birth Certificate? The Case That Barack Obama is Not Eligible to be President,” spent nearly 40 minutes on Paterson’s program outlining the evidence that casts doubt on Obama’s claim to be a “natural born citizen” as the Constitution requires of presidents.

      Paterson invited Corsi onto the show after the former governor stirred up a hornet’s nest by suggesting Obama could be ineligible for the Oval Office and “got away” with it.

      On his show earlier this week, he was asserting, along with NBC Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd, that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney should have distanced himself more from developer Donald Trump and his doubts about Obama’s eligibility.

      “Even if he wasn’t born in the United States, at this point, it’s kind of like he got away with it,” Paterson said.

      “A lot of people get away with a lot of things.”

    • Posted on Thursday, 05.31.12
      All out effort to get Obama every vote possible, legal or not.
      Feds to Florida: halt non-citizen voter purge

      The Justice Department told Florida election officials that they must stop their non-citizen voters purge. Florida argues it is not violating any law.
      By Marc Caputo

      The Justice Department ordered Florida’s elections division to halt a systematic effort to find and purge the state’s voter rolls of noncitizen voters.

      Florida’s effort appears to violate both the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which protects minorities, and the 1993 National Voter Registration Act – which governs voter purges – T. Christian Herren Jr., the Justice Department’s lead civil rights lawyer, wrote in a detailed two-page letter sent late Thursday night.

      State officials said they were reviewing the letter. But they indicated they might fight DOJ over its interpretation of federal law and expressed frustration that President Barack Obama’s administration has stonewalled the state’s noncitizen voter hunt for nine months.

      “We are firmly committed to doing the right thing and preventing ineligible voters from being able to cast a ballot,” said Chris Cate, spokesman for Secretary of State Ken Detzner, who was ordered by Gov. Rick Scott to conduct the search for potentially ineligible voters.

      DOJ’s written demand came hours after the agency refused to comment on the matter to The Miami Herald. It also followed a federal court ruling Thursday that struck down a Republican voter-registration law that a judge found too onerous.

      So far, Florida has flagged 2,700 potential noncitizen voters and sent the list to county elections supervisors, who have found the data and methodology to be flawed and problematic. The list of potential noncitizen voters – many of whom have turned out to be lawful citizens and voters – disproportionately hits minorities, especially Hispanics.

      About 58 percent of those flagged as potential noncitizens are Hispanics, Florida’s largest ethnic immigrant population, a Miami Herald analysis found. Hispanics make up 13 percent of the overall 11.3 million active registered voters.

      Independent voters and Democrats are the most likely to face being purged from the rolls. Republicans and non-Hispanic whites are the least likely.

      Under the Voting Rights Act, Florida needs federal approval before it makes changes to voting because five Florida counties – Monroe, Hillsborough, Collier, Hardee and Hendry – had minority-voting troubles decades ago

      "Our records do not reflect that these changes affecting voting have been submitted to the United States District Court for the District of Columbia for judicial review or to the Attorney General for administrative review as required by Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act," Herren wrote.

      "Accordingly, it is necessary that they either be brought before that court or submitted to the Attorney General for a determination that they neither have the purpose nor will have the effect of discriminating on account of race, color, or membership in a language minority group under Section 5."

      He gave the state until next Wednesday to inform the Justice Department of its planned course of action.

      “Specifically, please advise whether the State intends to cease the practice discussed above, so that the Department can determine what further action, if any, is necessary,” Herren wrote.

      Herren also said that the National Voter Registration Act bans Florida’s effort because it says “a State shall complete, not later than 90 days prior to the date of a primary or general election for Federal office, any program the purpose of which is to systematically remove the names of ineligible voters from the official lists of eligible voters.”

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    • Obama to Hold Six Fundraisers in One Day

      by Keith Koffler on May 31, 2012, 7:04 pm

      With Republicans steamrollering ahead with a group of well-fed Super Pacs and an increasingly successful money effort by Mitt Romney, President Obama Friday will attend six fundraisers, a possible sign of budding desperation for a campaign that is lagging far behind its initial fundraising expectations.

    • "republcian"
      "...of the republcian party has no, will not pass..."

      Fat, stupid, and drunk by 10a.m. ......typical liberal piece of schidt !

    • hope & change

      MAY MESS: JOBS +69,000 ...



    • And I suspect it will be coordinated with the ECB, Japan and the China central bank

    • The president had two years of everything he wanted, he had the senate, he had the house... While he had all the bullets, he gave you Obama Care, he gave you Dodd Frank, when he should have been giving up job bills..... Don't expect the republicans to help him out now...

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