RUSH: Now, Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory has released a video message to his constituents about why he switched parties from Democrat to Republican. Now, the fact that there have been Democrats switch parties is not new. The fact there have been black Democrats switch parties is not new. But State Senator Elbert Guillory does it in an historical way and says things that you don’t hear ever, from anyone from the civil rights coalition. We have three sound bites from this. The whole thing, if you look at this in the right frame of mind, could be a tear-jerker.
Rep. Diane DeGette, a Colorado Democrat, stumbled over a question concerning the right to life of a baby in five months of development on Tuesday during a presser on Capitol Hill. After stammering over answers claiming that "States" had laws concerning abortions, DeGette eventually shut down the questioner and called a bill that would prevent abortions after 20 weeks "unconstitutional."
What does Pam Think ?
Isn't it grand to see their own rhetoric used against them? It's even better when they can't answer the question without either damning their own side or sounding like callous fools.
Not just a stain on our character, but a blood stain on our population if we don't get with the program. These people hate us - it's not what we do, but who we are. Period. End of story. All the talking in the world will get us nowhere.
WASHINGTON (CNN) — The director of the National Security Agency said Tuesday that he will provide details of two previously classified cases in which secret surveillance programs thwarted terrorist plots. Gen. Keith Alexander told the House Intelligence Committee that the plots were more than 50 that the programs helped prevent, and he would provide classified details of the others to the legislators. Panel Chairman Rep. Mike Rogers welcomed his testimony on the benefits of the secret programs. "I think you have struck the right balance between protecting sources and methods, and maintaining the public's trust — by providing more examples of how these authorities have helped disrupt terrorist plots and connections," Rogers, a Michigan Republican, said in his opening statement.
I hope he isn't planning on working anytime soon - evoking God publicly is the kiss of death in Hollywood. Now, if he'd talked about Buddhism or some other Eastern religion, he'd be asked to speak at seminars and coffee klatches of the rich and famous.
Next week, Martinez — who was one of the first 29 Dreamers in the United States who received a work permit and authorization to be in the country under the Obama administration’s deferred action program — will begin working for IBM in California. His first day on the job is June 19, four days after the one-year anniversary of President Barack Obama’s announcement of the deferred action program.
What does Pam Think ?
I see - Martinez must be doing one of those jobs Americans won't do...
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