Even after this?
WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI said Wednesday that members of an anti-gay fundamentalist group participated in the bureau’s training of police officers and FBI agents — a move the bureau says it will take steps to remedy in the future.
The bureau extended the invitations to Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., for training this spring at two bureau facilities in Virginia: Quantico and Manassas.
Justice Alito on Obama’s claim about campaign finance:
Harry Reid said of Barack Obama back in 2008 that he is electable because he is:
“light skinned… with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.”
Now that this is news, Reid has apologized to Obama and blacks.
Reid’s comment only displays his own backwards way of thinking, referring to blacks as “Negroes.” He says nothing disparaging about Obama, unless Obama resents the implication that he would use different manners of speaking to suit his own aspirations, that is, unless Obama resents the implication that he is a politician.
Reid should apologize to the American people. The soon to be former Senator clearly thinks that Americans are too racist to elect a dark-skinned politician with a “Negro” dialect.
The Nobel commission awarded Obama the Peace Prize, but
Does the Constitution allow him to accept the award?
Back in March I saw the potential of A Wonderful Precedent set by the Obama administration and Democrats. Basically, if Obama doesn’t like the way a company is being run, and that company received stimulus money,
Obama’s crew… might abuse their authority to “punish” executives who don’t “voluntarily” return money that they are under no obligation to return.
Well, that precedent has been set:
In an appeal to authority, Obama has cited Republican supporters of health care reform:
The White House has been pressing Republicans who are in favor of passing health legislation to issue the statements and circulating them to reporters. On Saturday, a few more added their names to a list that already included Bill Frist and Bob Dole, both former Senate Republican leaders; Tommy Thompson and Louis Sullivan, both former health secretaries; and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger of California.
In his remarks to a joint session of Congress recently, Barack Obama said:
As soon as I sign this bill… insurance companies will be required to cover, with no extra charge, routine checkups and preventive care, like mammograms and colonoscopies because there’s no reason we shouldn’t be catching diseases like breast cancer and colon cancer before they get worse. That makes sense, it saves money, and it saves lives.
That’s all fine and dandy, however…