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Here are the comments from Carolyn Spence of High Plains Patriots:
It is a very sad, sad thing to read the House report on Benghazi. This is the report of an ongoing Congressional investigation across five House Committees concerning the events surrounding the September 11, 2012, terrorist attacks on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya.
The consolidated timeline begins on page 39. It’s hard to read without tears and will make those who love America sad. Sad because of the losses. Even sadder at the very plain evidence that the losses were a waste and did not have to happen. And grief stricken for the loss of our national identity as ones who protect our own, and save our own, even at the risk of our own welfare. That is not the case with those who have taken over our nation. Read the report and weep and then rise up to work to see this wrong made right.
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Is this what it has come to or will Congress raise the rug and see the varmints responsible for the infection of our country.
He’ll travel most anywhere for a photo-op or vacation paid for by your scarce money. At this moment, instead of taking care of real business, he is in Las Vegas, NV speaking to people at a high school. The subject? His idea of immigration changes, never mind Congress already has a plan which includes a secure border … something absent from Obama’s plan.
Read the story found at this link and keep scratching your head like a pensive baboon might scratch his backside, as he puzzles at something which has gained his attention.
I’m sure other ignorant executives have granted wage increases to undeserving elected officials and federal employees, but it is doubtful that any president has done so when this country is facing financial collapse close to the present extent.
This sort of action points to the immaturity and imperial attitude of Obama and his minions. Below is an excerpt of the action taken by Obama through another executive order (EO). After you peruse the EO information, follow the link found after the wage information for an article from The Weekly Standard:
Here’s the list of new wages, as attached to President Obama’s executive order:
“A new executive order has been issued providing for a new pay schedule beginning ‘on the first day of the first applicable pay period beginning after March 27, 2013,’” reports FedSmith.com. “The pay raise will generally be about 1/2 of 1%.”
Jeryl Bier points to an example of the pay increase for average government executives:
Follow This For The Weekly Standard Article In Full
We’ve thought the thoughts that are in Charlie Daniel’s song since I was a preteen, but especially as they apply to Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. Sometimes it seems our President and Congress aren’t paying attention and have allowed our men and women to be sacrificed in wars they do not intend to win because they (the politicians) have not the courage to fight the wars to win. Since I believe they are more concerned about so-called collateral damage than they are about the lives of our military protectors, here’s the video that Charlie Daniels has made:
Bring ‘em Home
We hope you’ll give considered thought to this message from Mr. Daniels and ask our Lord to guide us to real victory instead of the charade we are now executing and to bless each active service member, veteran and Moms and Dads that have lost their brave defenders.
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We posted this in the past, but it is worth seeing again
Thanks to Susan Hill for the reminder:
Click on the link above. You’ll be taken to another page with a link. Click the second link for a 58 second presentation.
WE NEED VOLUNTEERS
SATURDAY AUGUST 11, 2012
Edgewood NM Annual Celebration
Please walk in the parade, bring a sign – make a sign about Republicans, put it on a yard stick
Parade lining up at 9:00 at the Campground just east of Smith’s in Edgewood off Rt. 66
Help promote REPUBLICANS – OUR NATION – OUR STATE
Booth set up 10 – 5pm at Rich Ford
We need you to help with the booth
BOOTH SPACE SPONSORED BY:
JIM SMITH, REPRESENTATIVE DIST. 22
JANICE ARNOLD JONES, CANDIDATE US CONGRESS
EAST MOUNTAIN FEDERATED REPUBLICAN WOMEN
Call 306-0861 for information
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Democrats love to accuse conservatives of destroying women in varied ways. I can’t think of a more effective beat-down on women than paying them less than men for performing the same or similar job.
The champs in the area of unequal pay for equal work are none other than the democrats in the U.S Congress:
DEMOS: You aren’t worth a “man’s” pay.
Here’s what he said today:
“And I’d just remind conservative commentators that, for years, what we have heard is, the biggest problem on the bench was judicial activism, or a lack of judicial restraint, that an unelected group of people would somehow overturn a duly constituted and passed law,” Obama said.
We’re quite sure that the Conservatives would remind the president of his broken promises to post for comment the healthcare proposals his buddies and buddettes in the democratic congress and senate rushed through so they could find out, “what was in it!”
Charlatans all and liars to boot. Here’s a link to the rest of the article from which the above quote came:
POTUS Dares To Tell SCOTUS: Game On–Sort Of
The United States Supreme Court, the highest court in the United States, in 2009. Top row (left to right): Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer, and Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Bottom row (left to right): Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, Associate Justice John Paul Stevens, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Associate Justice Antonin G. Scalia, and Associate Justice Clarence Thomas. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)