The IRS Intervened in Tea Party Elections

July 22, 2013

Rigged elections? IRS and the people behind the curtain, were doing things only NIXON could dream about doing.

Did the IRS intervene in Federal election campaigns for Congress? According to the Washington Times, U.S. Treasury investigative special agent Dennis Martel has uncovered a new example of political abuse.

On March 9, 2010, Christine O’Donnell’s personal income tax records were illegally accessed by a Delaware public official. Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) reports that a previously-undisclosed “back door” to the IRS computer system was used to invade the privacy of Christine O’Donnell’s tax records.

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We Know What You DID …

July 16, 2013

Is it time to impeach our Nixon wanna be??? I bet now we know who Harry Reid’s little friend is … And how the ran Mitt out of town!!!

Let us proposed a fix… Just tax everybody at the same rate!!!! Problem solved, eliminate the IRS, save money …

WASH TIMES: Personal tax records of politicians, donors improperly accessed at IRS..

Evidence surfaces…

The Treasury Department has admitted for the first time that confidential tax records of several political candidates and campaign donors were improperly scrutinized by government officials, but the Justice Department has declined to prosecute any of the cases.

Its investigators also are probing two allegations that the Internal Revenue Service “targeted for audit candidates for public office,” the Treasury’s inspector general for tax administration, J. Russell George, has privately told Sen. Chuck Grassley.

Why The August Recess Should Scare Immigration Reform Backers: GOP worried about town hall protests

June 25, 2013

Down with White People … Flood the country with people from the South America’s, re-colonize America, the right way, with a massive influx easily led communists. All they want is free stuff, until we run out.

Immigration reform-backing Republicans are concerned that town hall protests could derail support for the immigration legislation.

Advocates of immigration reform, who once hoped to have a bill on President Obama’s desk before Congress leaves for their annual August recess, should be nervously checking the calendar. If the House and Senate adjourn before a bill is finished, members will begin feeling pressure, especially from conservative critics who think the bill amounts to little more than amnesty.

Immigration reform backers need only recall four years ago, when the August recess gave rise to scenes of angry protests at town hall meetings across the country, protests that effectively ended any hope Democrats had of winning Republican support for comprehensive health care reform.

Six months into Obama’s first term in office, Democrats held out hope that they could fashion a bipartisan agreement on health care reform. Sen. Max Baucus, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, was working closely with Sen. Chuck Grassley, the committee’s ranking member. Obama himself was assiduously wooing Sen. Olympia Snowe, who seemed open to reform. And White House officials believed they could find areas of common ground with dozens of Republicans in the House to form a truly bipartisan set of reforms.

Then came August, when conservative protesters who affiliated themselves with the nascent Tea Party movement descended upon town hall meetings held by members of Congress from both sides of the aisle. Democrats were on the defensive while Republicans, who might have once considered supporting a compromise, realized the level of anger their base felt over the bill…..

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Get them hats on, get ready now. What do you want … lowered wages, and no jobs, no middle class.

FBI Director Admits Domestic Use Of Drones

June 19, 2013

RT reports…

The FBI uses drones for domestic surveillance purposes, the head of the agency told Congress early Wednesday.

Robert Mueller, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, confirmed to lawmakers that the FBI owns several unmanned aerial vehicles, but has not adopted any strict policies or guidelines yet to govern the use of the controversial aircraft.
“Does the FBI use drones for surveillance on US soil?” Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) asked Mr Mueller during an oversight hearing on Capitol Hill Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

“Yes,” Mueller responded bluntly, adding that the FBI’s operation of drones is “very seldom.”

Vote Against Border Secuirty First

June 13, 2013

Whihc was what Rubio had promised in his multiple Apperences of Conservative Talk radio … And then like a traitor he is,  votes to kill the very part of the AMNESTY Bill he had said  was a must before his support.

Do they all just lie? Or is everybody in Washington, just in it for them????

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) made a move to formally kill an amendment Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) offered to the immigration bill. It would require border security before America’s at least 11 million illegal immigrants are granted amnesty.

Reid filed a motion to “table” the amendment, a move that he used to quickly push for an up-or-down vote. A vote in favor of tabling the amendment would kill it. A vote against tabling the amendment would allow it to move through for debate. Essentially, a vote for Reid’s motion is a vote against securing the border before amnesty. Likewise, a vote against Reid’s motion is a vote for securing the border before granting amnesty.

The Senate Reference guide describes a motion to table as: “The motion is used to dispose quickly of questions the Senate does not wish to consider further.”

Reid’s motion to table the amendment passed 57-43, with Gang of Eight Republican Sens. John McCain (R-AZ). Marco Rubio (R-FL), Jeff Flake (R-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) voting with Reid. Democrat Sens. Joe Manchin and Mark Pryor voted against Reid in favor of border security before amnesty, as did Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH). Ayotte had previously indicated support for the Gang of Eight bill.

Reid’s decision to derail an open process on the immigration bill comes during the first week of debate on what will likely drag on until close to the Fourth of July recess. Losing Grassley’s support up front on process is dangerous for Reid, too, as Grassley is a key Republican leader on issues that involve immigration.

On the floor on Thursday, Grassley argued that the “so-called open and fair process” the Democrats and the “Gang of Eight” Republicans have promised “is a farce.”

“This is not the right way to start off on a very important bill,” Grassley said.

All Gang Of Eight Voted To Table The Fence, Border Security First

June 13, 2013

All gang of eight voted to table the Grassley amendment. Which was the fence … border security first.

Our new Democrats in waiting are now more hireable than those people who are here mow … No Obamacare, for our Democrats in waiting.

Yes folks they will take your jobs because employers will not need Obamacare while they are in waiting.

Today only 30% think the federal government is to be trusted on border security. Look how well it worked in 1986 with amnesty first and fence and security later … Which never came. BTW the Regan AMNESTY is  Simpson-Mazzoli  — The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA)

A worthy read follows. You are not alone as our WDC leaders march off the cliff.

Rasmussen reports …

Many pundits assumed that this would be the year that comprehensive immigration reform became law. The conventional wisdom was that President Obama’s re-election and his strong showing among Hispanic voters would force Republicans to go along.

Now, halfway through the year, the prospects for immigration reform have dimmed significantly.

Americans overwhelmingly feel that legal immigration is good for the country and think highly of immigrants. Seventy-six percent have a favorable view of immigrants who work hard, support their families and pursue the American Dream. Most (55 percent) still support the concept of comprehensive reform that will secure the border and legalize the status of many of those currently in the country illegally.

But they also want the system to work so that the border will be secure enough to prevent future illegal immigration.

That point has become a major political problem for those who favor reform. The so-called Gang of Eight proposal in the Senate legalizes the status of immigrants first and promises to secure the border later. By a 4-1 margin, voters want that order reversed.

Additionally, while voters think highly of immigrants, they don’t trust the government, and that skepticism is growing. In January, 45 percent thought it was at least somewhat likely that the federal government would work to secure the border and prevent future illegal immigration.Today, only 30 percent have that confidence.

Polls Show 4:1 Margins, Border Security First!

June 13, 2013

So what do our leaders in Washington Do? Anything they want to do … So they can flood our labor market with low paid, low shilled, and ignorant (Democrat) Voters, err lets call them workers.

Invidious NO?

Grassley immigration amendment tabled (Border Enforcement) in the Senate … NO  VOTES on fencing!!! Or Border security.

Rubio you fool stooge, you made the commercials, then they tossed you out like a used up diaper,

Harry Reid rules.

(CNN) – An amendment to the Senate’s immigration reform plan that would have required strict border controls be in place before undocumented immigrants are able to begin the process that could lead to citizenship was tabled Thursday.

Democrats and a few Republicans voted 57-43 to table the measure, proposed by Republican Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa,

Democrats, who oppose the Grassley amendment because they think it sets security metrics that are not attainable

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