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The Vent: Dec. 8

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Posted: Sunday, January 8, 2012 9:41 am

“I applaud our President’s recess appointment of Mr. Cordray to direct the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau! It’s about time Mr. Obama confronts the Republicans who seek to block his every good move and keep our nation in such desperate straits. Clearly, Republicans — representing the upper 1 percent — want to keep the rest of us at an economic disadvantage while continuing to enrich themselves. Among Mr. Cordray’s responsibilities will be to oversee and regulate payday lenders, who suck the life out of desperate, struggling Americans. Too bad, Republicans, your lie of ‘Congress is in session’ has been finally challenged. If we cannot stop your rich buddies, we will at least slow them down.”

“No tax is temporary; once in place, always in place. You citizens who voted for the temporarty one-cent sales tax in the beginning are scumbags. You citizens who want it extended, well, there’s no discriptor for you. Let the tax expire. If you want funding for your supposed cause, go through the proper procedures.”

“What’s with Sen. McCain giving Mitt Romney his support? Please John, wake up!”

“What is wrong with the GOP’s that are running for the Oval Office? Not one of them has said how they will better this country. All they want to say is that they want Obama out in one term and from the way they are now handling their part in Congress, we will be worse off than we are now.”

“I have a suggestion for all the black and hispanic leaders who said Sheriff Joe should resign. Please, go to a state with a sheriff who will dance to your tune, because our sheriff will never do that. Plus, the majority of us voters stand with him. Just a little info. Goodbye.”

“Watch out, Mike Stauffer! In spite of overwhelming evidence of corruption, malfeasance, and racial prejudice openly exhibited over two decades, Sheriff Joe — our most costly sheriff ever — has a war chest of about $6 million to use against you and any challengers. He intends to do to you what he did to Dan Saban, who twice challenged him. He will try to character assassinate and defame you, too! So, Mr. Stauffer, where do I send my check?”

Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez, the DOJ goon charged with ‘taking out’ Arpaio, is a long time advocate for illegal aliens who served as president of Casa de Maryland, a radical open borders advocacy organization that encourages illegal aliens not to speak with the police and urges local governments not to enforce federal fugitive warrants against them. He also fought to mandate that Mexican identification be recognized as valid photo ID in the United States, even though the documents are so rife with fraud that twenty-two of Mexico’s thirty-two states and districts refused to recognize the documents.”

“Fraudulently taking taxpayer money, the Planned Parenthood received $487.4 million a year budget — subsidized by our tax dollars — up from $363 million the previous year. Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, performed 329,455 abortions each year, and the Obama Justice Department has the vast resources of the federal government to defend the ‘abortion giant’ agenda. But, the U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide if pro-abortion ObamaCare is unconstitutional.”

“The phrase ‘In God We Trust’ was first seen on coins during the Civil War in 1854. It was adopted as the official motto of the United States in 1956 — and last year, by a vote of 396-9, the House of Representatives reaffirmed our national motto ‘In God We Trust’ that can be displayed in all public schools, Post Offices and government buildings. Religion should be part of public life, and ‘In God We Trust’ is our national motto. Christians are committed to living a life of trusting in the God. While others who practice different religions are free to commit themselves to trusting in their ideas of God. This is the practical significance of our national motto.”

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