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LAUGH BREAK Is Rice really so bad? (nothing wrong with having another proven liar in the WH)
NY POST ^ | 12/7/12 | OP-ED

Posted on 12/08/2012 3:48:50 AM PST by Liz

EDITED Rice is par for the course for a sap-happy Chicago pol who never met an honest person in the Windy City in his entire life.

EXAMPLES: Ohaha's treasury secretary couldn’t figure out how to pay his own taxes. His AG leads a Justice Dept that thought selling guns to Mexican drug cartels would have good results. And he appointed only one czar who was a Communist truther (that we know of).

So, as long as Rice is reasonably loyal to the US (ie, ID'S the US as one of her five favorite countries) and doesn't accidentally start a Mideast war (or more than one war), she's “good enough” --- and unless she gives US nuclear secrets to North Korea or accidentally burns down a foreign capitol building, she might even be above average..........for the Obama Cabinet, that is.

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TOPICS: Editorial; Government; Political Humor/Cartoons
Let us not dwell on the rest of the Chi-mob inhabiting our WH---the sinister David Axelrod, the plie-ing COS/Mayor, Rahm Emanuel, not to mention Valerie Whatsherface (shiver).
1 posted on 12/08/2012 3:48:57 AM PST by Liz
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To: Liz

So many cells to Christmas wish list for the new year

2 posted on 12/08/2012 3:51:03 AM PST by ronnie raygun (bb)
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To: ronnie raygun
I hear Van Jones is getting a new job.

"I want to thank Pres Obama for getting me this nifty job after I left his admininstration."

" Hi, I'm Van, your server. You want fries with that?

3 posted on 12/08/2012 3:54:14 AM PST by Liz ("Come quickly, I'm tasting the stars," Dom Perignon)
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Let's not forget the GSA conference scandal---symptomatic of Ohaha's freespending "spread the wealth" progressivism. Notice how practiced they are at govt fraud....indicating this was done over and over. Probably there is an internal Govt Fraud Network with all of 'em colluding in ways to bilk the taxpayers?

GSA official Jeff Neely, posing in photos posted on Google Plus by his wife Deborah, enjoying Wine and Soak in Spa Tub at posh Hotel during one of several tax-paid "Pre-Conference" Meetings. Apr 16, 2012. The eight pre-conference trips alone cost the government $130,000, according to the GSA investigation.

Neely also traveled to several other luxury resorts and to Hawaii. About 115 expensive IPads--- listed as "prizes" for the LV conference are missing---one was traced to Neeley's daughter who apparently does not work for the GSA. IG Brian Miller has referred this case to the DOJ for possible criminal investigation.

Plus, nearly 100 high-ranking GSA employees assigned to work from home reportedly put in for $750,000 travel reimbursement over nine months, according to records submitted to Capitol Hill committees. Hot tubber Neely colluded with other GSA'ers warning them to keep the travel bilk quiet.

4 posted on 12/08/2012 3:58:55 AM PST by Liz ("Come quickly, I'm tasting the stars," Dom Perignon)
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To: Liz

In a USA run by incompetent racists she is a perfect fit.

5 posted on 12/08/2012 4:08:10 AM PST by Iron Munro (Big Moo & Bronco 'Bama = Robbing From The Hood and Boy Blunder)
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Who knew a vote for Ohaha was an "investment." Somebody oughta check the Constitution (/snicker).

Rev Jesse Jackson: Black Voters Deserve A Return On Election ‘Investment’
WBBM-AM ^ | November 10, 2012 / FR Posted by 2ndDivisionVe

The Rev. Jesse Jackson on Saturday said that President Obama’s reelection was “a great victory,” but that it would be incomplete with a reconstruction of urban America and an investment in the communities where the blacks who voted overwhelmingly for the president live.

“We’re happy and full of pride,” in the president’s reelection, Jackson told the crowd at the Saturday morning forum at Rainbow/PUSH headquarters, 930 E. 50th St., “but our houses remain raggedy … our schools remain closed.”

Despite attempts at voter suppression in states such as Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, Jackson said, blacks turned out en masse to vote, enduring waits that stretched into hours in many places. “We waited, we voted, we believed,” Jackson said. “Now we want to get well.

“We voted early, we voted long. Our votes won,” he said. Rev. Jackson, who spoke longer, louder, and more forcefully than he has in some time at the Saturday morning Rainbow/PUSH meeting, asked the crowd, “What do we want? We want, we want, we want, we deserve, we deserve … a return on our investment. “What’s good for us is good for everybody. What’s good for blacks is good for everybody,” he said. “We bled too much, we died too young, we cried too much, we prayed too long, now we want a return on our investment.”

Referring to those voter suppression efforts, he said, “these acts of meanness had unintended consequences.” Rather than keeping blacks and Latinos away from the polls, voter ID measures and the curtailing of access to the voting booths made people more determined to vote. “Suppression became stimulation and people fought back,” he said.

“We fought back,” and the battle was won, but the war still remains, he said. “If we vote and don’t bargain we get nothing. A Jacuzzi filled with stagnant water will not get you well,” Jackson said. “You have to stir the water.” Jackson said blacks, who voted for Barack Obama for state senator, for U.S. Senator, and now twice as President of the United States, should demand, bargain, and march if necessary, for an end to “patterns of race discrimination, (for) our share of jobs. We want faster public transportation to connect us to where the jobs are.”

He said black American also needs “access to capital,” noting, “It’s cruel to say. ‘jump in the pool,’ when there is no water. “

He also called for “fair trade,” a “domestic trade zone. We need a domestic OPEC,” he said. “In Chicago, for example, there are 100,000 vacant homes or abandoned lots; 40,000 in Baltimore. If we were to rebuild 25 percent, if we take down the boards and put in window panes, fix the broken sidewalks, cut the grass, fix the roofing, we’d create more jobs than there are people, just rebuilding where we live.”

Jackson said, “there must be a plan for reconstruction” of urban America. Saying that automobile companies and banks got bailouts, “we’re the people who provided the votes — we want to be bailed out. We need jobs, education, healthcare now. If we can be targeted for voter registration and voter turnout, target us for reconstruction, now.

“We are the new mainstream,” Jackson said. “We are the America of shared hopes and shared dreams. We have the power, we have the votes. “We waited, we voted, we believed, now we want to get well.” He then asked the crowd, “Do you want to get well? Are you willing to fight to get well?

“It’s time to sing a new song, of joy and hope,” Jackson said. “It’s time to march again. March for healthcare, march for jobs. When we march great things come our way. “


Not to worry, taxpayers---Rev JJ's employee has just declared his candidacy for JJJr's seat (sonny is convalescing b/c he screwed up buying Ohaha's seat).

You remember Mel Reynolds----he resigned from Congress after a conviction for statutory rape.

BACKSTORY In August 1994, Reynolds was indicted for sexual assault and criminal sexual abuse for engaging in a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old campaign volunteer that began during the 1992 campaign.

Despite the charges, he continued his campaign and was re-elected that November; he had no opposition. Reynolds initially denied the charges, which he claimed were racially motivated.

On August 22, 1995, he was convicted on 12 counts of sexual assault, obstruction of justice and solicitation of child pornography. He resigned his seat on October 1 of that year. Reynolds was sentenced to five years in prison, expected to be released in 1998.

In April 1997, Reynolds was convicted on 15 unrelated counts of bank fraud and lying to SEC investigators. These charges resulted in an additional sentence of 78 months in federal prison. Reynolds served all of his first sentence, and served 42 months in prison for the fraud charges.

At that point, President Bill Clinton commuted the sentence for bank fraud. As a result, Reynolds was released from prison and served the remaining time in a halfway house.

FYI In January 2001 Reynolds received a pardon from President Bill Clinton and was hired by Jesse Jackson's Rainbow/Push Coalition to decrease the number of young blacks going to prison. In 2004, Reynolds was overwhelmingly defeated in the Democratic primary by incumbent Jesse Jackson, Jr., with Jackson netting 88% of the vote.

ANOTHER community organizer?---- Before entering politics, Reynolds worked as an assistant professor of political science at Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois. He also founded the Community Economic Development and Education Foundation.

6 posted on 12/08/2012 4:18:32 AM PST by Liz ("Come quickly, I'm tasting the stars," Dom Perignon)
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Rice is affirmative-action incompetent.
Kerry actively hates the USA.

Given a choice between the two for UN or State, I prefer Rice.

7 posted on 12/08/2012 5:43:09 AM PST by I want the USA back
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To: I want the USA back

Yeah-—but whenever Rice gives a presser, she will have to adjust her jock strap before greeting the press.

Kerry will not have that problem.

8 posted on 12/08/2012 6:33:29 AM PST by Liz ("Come quickly, I'm tasting the stars," Dom Perignon)
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To: I want the USA back

Rice is from the Brookings institute. She is a full blown new world order dope. It’s this bad.

9 posted on 12/08/2012 7:12:13 AM PST by lookout88 (.combat officer's dad)
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