Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Friday, November 16, 2012
Clearly, there was an effort at a cover up. The CIA, the State Department and presumably someone in The White House concocted a fairy tale regarding the attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi. Four innocent Americans died as a result of the Obama Administration's lack of understanding on matters of national security. Then, the same amateurs tried to cover their ass.
To this day, no one responsible for these deaths have been punished.
The Media Research Center has more:
Thursday, November 15, 2012
We are back up and running!!! We will begin to post and watch the events as they unfold over the next few years. Our main mission will be to help identify new leadership in the GOP. They have failed us more in the past few years and have created a much weaker party. We need to help to identify strong leadership that can help turn our country around and create a bright future. We will watch both sides of the spectrum and ensure that moves are being made for the improvement of the country. We will be vocal and critical when needed and praise when earned. We have been out played and out marketed over the last 6 years and need to help to put the party back in touch with the American people. We need to help pave the way for the younger generation to ensure the survival of the country! Please feel free to join in the conversations as well initiate ideas portray thoughts and help identify leadership.
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
HAHAHAHAHA!!! Who is he trying to kid?
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is accusing Republicans of undermining national security, saying GOP filibusters of White House nominees are leaving critical posts empty at the State Department and Department of Homeland Security.
In caustic opening remarks on the Senate floor Tuesday morning, Reid said Republicans are playing "games" while the nation remains under terrorist threat.
“Republicans have repeatedly asked fearful families to put their concerns on hold while they score political points and play partisan games," Reid said.
The majority leader, who is increasingly frustrated with his chamber's inability to confirm certain White House nominees, says Republicans have "exploited" and "abused" the rules of the Senate to grind the government to a halt.