Nov 052011
 



:: Why Are Jackson and Sharpton Silent on Cain? ::


From CBN:

After three days of a media circus over sexual harassment charges, Herman Cain still leads the GOP presidential field.

According to a new Rasmussen poll, the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO is leading Mitt Romney 26 to 23 percent.

Don’t let the Left do to Herman Cain what they did to Clarence Thomas.

~ I close with this from Lloyd Marcus: OPEN LETTER TO HERMAN CAIN FROM A BLACK CONSERVATIVE sent to me by Blackie SM:

Herman Cain, bottom line; we, your Tea Party family have got your back! Hang in there and keep the faith. Millions are behind your efforts 100%.

~ All ‘I’ have to say is this man has been a CEO for 40 years plus. This is the best they could do to slander him?! Give it up enemies… ~ JP

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Nov 052011
 

Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) said Thursday he opposes the Republican measure that seeks to reaffirms the country’s “In God We Trust” motto.

The resolution overwhelmingly passed the House on Wednesday, attracting only nine “no” votes. Paul, who is running for president, missed the vote.

Paul said he didn’t think the resolution was necessary, saying he wouldn’t have brought it up.

“I would have voted ‘no’ not because I don’t like the motto and don’t think we can use it but ‘no’ because we were telling the states what to do,” Paul told The Hill.

The GOP measure stands behind the national motto, which is used in public schools, public buildings and other government institutions.

President Obama on Wednesday mocked the House for voting on the measure instead of focusing on job creation.

~ Again Obama shows his disrespect for our country. He shows he has absolutely ZERO patriotism, as exhibited here:

Obama Administration Opposes FDR Prayer at WWII Memorial

Republican lawmakers and conservative activists are expressing outrage after the Obama administration announced its objection to adding President Franklin Roosevelt’s D-Day prayer to the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.

The objection was noted during a congressional hearing on Rep. Bill Johnson’s, R-Ohio, bill — the “World War II Memorial Prayer Act of 2011.”

“It is unconscionable that the Obama administration would stand in the way of honoring our nation’s distinguished World War II veterans,” Johnson said. “President Roosevelt’s prayer gave solace, comfort and strength to our nation and our brave warriors as we fought against tyranny and oppression.”

~ 1944:

Robert Abbey, the director of the Bureau of Land Management, said any plaque or inscription of the prayer would “dilute” the memorial’s central message and therefore “should not be altered.”

The only Republican to reject the resolution was freshman Rep. Justin Amash (Mich.), who has endorsed Paul for president.

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