4/29/2014

Senator Ted Cruz Slams Kerry, Calls For His Resignation After Idiotic Apartheid Comments

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Kerry's Apartheid Comment Accurately Reflects The Obama Admin Position
John "Lurch" Kerry made one of the most outrageous (and dangerous) statements of any sitting Secretary of State in U.S. history, saying Israel risked being an "apartheid state" if she didn't agree to a two-state solution with "Palestinian" Arabs.
Just as he threw his fellow soldiers under the bus in 70's congressional hearings, accusing the of "atrocities reminiscent of Genghis Khan", He does the same to Israel.
Reading of this, Senator Ted Cruz took to the Senate floor and called for Kerry's resignation (below).
Don't expect much, though.  The President won't ask for it, or even condemn Kerry's remarks, as they reflect Obama's and his Administrations view of Israel accurately.
This President, his administration, and the Democrat Party have made it crystal clear over the last five years that they are not friends of Israel, or the Jewish people.


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4/10/2014

House Votes To Send Criminal Referral For IRS' Lois Lerner. Networks Ignore Story

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In typical sycophantic fashion, the media continues to cover for this Administration despite the plethora of scandals surrounding it.


Networks Ignore House GOP's Criminal Referral for Lois Lerner
By Matt Hadro | April 9, 2014
In a major new development in the IRS scandal, House Republicans voted on Wednesday to send a criminal referral to the Department of Justice for former IRS chief Lois Lerner. None of the networks covered the vote, however.

The letter sent to Attorney General Eric Holder stated that "findings" from the Ways and Means Committee "suggest that Lerner may have violated multiple criminal statutes." The letter went on to add that "the Committee asks that you pursue this evidence." The networks ignored this letter, however, although CBS and ABC talked about Hillary Clinton's presidential aspirations.
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