Nixon can take credit for a few too and Ike and JFK.
Does little z have to bend over for Mason to be exposed?
Until the passage of the Ethics Reform Act in 1989, federal law did not regulate what a politician could do with leftover campaign funds. Quite often, remaining funds went to vacations, cars and other personal expenses, according to FactCheck.org.
The Federal Election Commission allows politicians to use surplus campaign funds for almost any reason so long as it is not a personal expense. Common uses of leftover funds include contributions to political parties and other candidates, and paying family members for professional services, according to Politico.
As of 2008, people running for a federal office can use some of their residual campaign funds on themselves, to pay off debt. Hillary Clinton, for example, was $22.5 million in debt after her 2008 presidential run and legally conducted additional fund-raising beyond her campaign to pay off this amount, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Who were the only two presidents in the past 50 years to lower the deficit?
Of course that is only a couple of people with lots of IDs but you would think one of them might know the answer. Or little z could just answer for them as "We".
The only bias is to the truth. Fox new has been shown by every study to be worse information than having no information at all. Just as this example points out. A wild claim with no credence made with incomplete information. That would be typical fox news fare.
Yes it is limited to those who were here before it was signed. You should read it.
It might be nice if the municipal golf course would pay the $400,000 it is in arrears. No one shut its water down.
Erazor, I wonder which poster of patriotforfreedom, thepowerinyou, little z, truemister or ob.failure can name the only two presidents who have reduced the deficit in the last 50 years. Any bets? I'm betting none of the above.
The question was about taking pictures jonobrains. Little z once criticized a poster on this board for posting a picture of his girls championship baseball team back when we could do such things saying it endangered them. Can you say inconsistent?
Dear "wee" little z I think I saw them recovered on the evening msm news so you should have all the information your multiple personalities need shortly.
There is a word you should learn. He uses it to start his sentence. "Global", until you understand what it means don't ask any more questions.
To protect the privacy of minors of course.
Congress can declare war on Russia I suppose. Lets see that is about everyone but china now that the Neo cons wants to fight.
At Thursday's hearing, several Republicans demanded that Deputy Attorney General James Cole explain why prosecutors had not already moved forward.
"This Congress held Lois Lerner in contempt, geez, almost nine weeks ago," Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) said, citing the procedure that's spelled out in law that says the prosecutor's duty "shall be to bring the matter before the grand jury."
But Cole noted that the prosecutor still gets to decide.
"My understanding of the law is that it does not strip the U.S. attorney of the normal discretion that the U.S. attorney has," Cole said. "He proceeds with the case if he believes it is appropriate to do so."
His answer infuriated Republicans, especially Issa, who demanded proof.
"If you think that's discretionary, would you please give that back to us in a legal opinion so that we can change the law to make it clear you're wrong," Issa said.
Issa's Democratic counterpart on the committee, Rep. Elijah Cummings (Md.) was happy to find that opinion himself, written by conservative lawyer Theodore Olson when he worked for President Ronald Reagan's Office of Legal Counsel in 1984.
"What it says is, 'We believe Congress may not direct the executive to prosecute a particular individual without leaving any discretion to the executive to determine whether a violation of the law has occurred.' That's what the opinion says -- a 1984 opinion dated May 30," Cummings said. "This was a contempt citation coming from Congress that he was talking about."
The Obama administration wouldn't be the first to rely on that opinion. The White House also cited it under Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. And although Issa described it as a "new" assertion in the hearing, his own committee heard it in 2012 when Congress voted to hold the attorney general himself in contempt. Indeed, the letter asserting it was written by Cole, and Issa was CC'd.