And this is a problem, being that is shut down the Feds, why?
I see no problem…
Keep it shutdown..
If they are ‘undetectable..How would they ever know??
Is the camel’s nose under the tent flap…Pretty soon the whole damn camel will be in the tent!
On her Monday 1 p.m. ET hour show on MSNBC, host Andrea Mitchell was shocked by Senator Rand Paul’s supposedly “breathtaking” observation that continually extending government unemployment benefits can cause people “to become part of this perpetual unemployed group.” She incredulously asked: “It’s the unemployment insurance that creates the, quote, ‘dependency’?” Teeing up liberal Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus to denounce Paul’s comments, Mitchell urged her to “have at it.” Marcus ranted: “Can you say Scrooge? Yes, thank you for letting me have at it. My mouth dropped open when I heard that….he just wins my Scrooge award of the year.”
On Sunday’s NBC Meet the Press, host David Gregory used the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela to lecture American politicians: “Mandela refused to be consumed by hatred and insisted on working toward a common purpose with his political foes. That, seems to me, is what is missing from this era of argument in Washington.” However, Gregory portrayed President Obama as the victim of such polarization, rather than one of its instigators: “The election of our 44th president was similarly an example of how countries can overcome their past….Yet, President Obama has struggled since he made history. He still aspires to achieve political consensus on some of the country’s most pressing challenges.”
On Thursday’s PoliticsNation, MSNBC’s Karen Finney accused Republicans of practicing their own form of “apartheid” by “separating people and dividing people” as she and host Al Sharpton discussed comments some right-leaning public figures have made in the aftermath of Nelson Mandela’s passing. Referring to former Senator Rick Santorum comparing Mandela fighting against the oppresssion of apartheid to conservatives fighting against ObamaCare, Finney asserted: “I think about it this way and going back to the Santorum comment, if you think about what the word ‘apartheid’ means. Apartness. It was all about separating people and dividing people. That’s what this Republican Party has been about for the last several years.”
On Thursday’s PoliticsNation, MSNBC political analyst Jonathan Alter played the liberal caricature by actually suggesting that, in light of former South African President Nelson Mandela’s passing, Americans should practice “forgiveness” toward “hundreds of thousands of people” who are serving life prison sentences. Speaking to host Al Sharpton, Alter suggested: “So my question tonight, Rev, is: Can we import that spirit of forgiveness and apply it to the hundreds of thousands of people incarcerated who, for the rest of their lives, you know, will be stigmatized by this? Could we figure out a way to forgive them, maybe expunge some of those records? Release some prisoners who, with three strikes and you’re out, you have, you have people who have been there for so many years.”
On the December 8 Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace pressed ObamaCare architect Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel repeatedly about how the President’s ObamaCare promises are not turning out to be true. In 2009, Obama told the American Medical Association: “We will keep this promise: If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. Period.” But in 2013, Dr. Emanuel insisted there wasn’t a period, but an asterisk: you can keep your doctor if you pay higher premiums for it.
Norah O’Donnell’s 20-second news brief on Monday’s CBS This Morning is the sole Big Three network mention so far of the Wall Street Journal’s Sunday report about a “troubling element” of ObamaCare – exorbitant deductibles with the no-frills plans available on the health care exchanges. O’Donnell zeroed in on the item by reporters Leslie Scism and Timothy W. Martin, who cited a new report that found that “the average individual deductible for…a bronze plan on the exchange..is $5,081 a year.”
The Department of Homeland Security is coming to Wisconsin in style. The DHS is going to spend $19 million dollars on a private armed security force unit in Wisconsin and Minnesota. The unit will have “Top Secret” security clearance according to the official solicitation which also suggests that the DHS is not looking to hire armed guards, but professionals or military trained mercenaries.
This just goes to show you how the Department of Homeland Security continues to treat the American public it serves as the enemy. What on earth is the Department of Homeland security preparing for?
These are past Department of Homeland Security purchases. These items where being purchased by the Pentagon none of which is for use in wars overseas.
Top secret? What the hell are the Canadians planning on invading?
Is just to funny…