Thursday, November 3, 2011

Blacks too hard on Obama? - Better face it, Dems: Obama is not electable -Is Obama Toast? Handicapping the 2012 Election - Rahm Emanuel involved in Cain sexual harassment accuser attacks - Perry Pollster Worked for Restaurant Association at Time of Cain Allegations - The 99%: Official list of Occupy Wall Street’s supporters, sponsors and sympathizers - Senate Dem seeks federal funding for diapers - Democrats In Congress Attempt To Eat On $4.50 A Day To Protest Potential Budget Cuts

 Blacks too hard on Obama?
 Members of the Congressional Black Caucus are being accused of being too harsh on Barack Obama.  They’ve expressed their disappointment with Obama for not doing more for the black community.  And then there was their disapproval of with the debt ceiling agreement, among other issues.

One of those being chastised is Rep. John Conyers.  He is being challenged by a black Michigan Democrat Bert Johnson who says, “Trying to chop off the head of the president is a very destructive thing that divides us.”  Yeah … you can’t criticize this president because he’s black.  Save that criticism for the next white president.  That way you won’t be hurting “us.”

Another Congressional Black Caucus member being challenged in Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.  His primary challenger former Rep. Debbie Halvorson says, “There have been times when the congressman has spoken out against the president for not doing enough.  Voters, “really should have a person who stands with this president, who in this district is loved and revered.”  Loved and revered!

With all that being said, the latest Pew Research polls have Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney by an astounding 95% to 3% among black voters.

Better face it, Dems: Obama is not electable
Is Obama Toast? Handicapping the 2012 Election

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Rahm Emanuel involved in Cain sexual harassment accuser attacks - Washington Times

Herman Cain's campaign is revealing suspicions about who is behind the story regarding the former unidentified employees who accused Mr. Cain of sexual harassment in the late 1990's. 
According to a source who is friends with the Cain campaign, not only is the Rick Perry campaign involved but also the Mayor of Chicago and former Obama White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is likely involved with the sexual harassment accuser attacks. A friend of the Cain campaign believes a National Restaurant Association (NRA) employee out of the Chicago office leaked the story to the Perry campaign via information and influence from Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office.

According to Politico's Jonathan Martin, Curt Anderson, the Perry advisor who the Cain campaign is accusing of leaking the damaging information, is denying the charges: 
 "I’ve known Herman Cain for about 7 years. I was one of several consultants on his Senate race in 2004 and was proud to help him. I'd never heard any of these allegations until I read them in Politico, nor does anything I read in the press change my opinion that Herman is an upstanding man and a gentleman. I have great respect for Herman and his character and I would never speak ill of him, on the record or off the record. That's true today and it's not going to change."

Mark Block: Is Rick Perry going to apologize for this despicable smear or not? Update: A Rahm connection? Update: Accuser wants to issue statement, says lawyer - Hot Air

Perry Pollster Worked for Restaurant Association at Time of Cain Allegations 

Who Are Herman Cain's 'Accusers'?

One Works For Federal Government; One Works in Politics



One a 'Registered Democrat'


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From Ann Coulter:
To have been accused of sexual harassment in the 1990s is like having been accused of molesting children at preschools in the 1980s or accused of being a witch in Massachusetts in the 1690s.

The 99%: Official list of Occupy Wall Street’s supporters, sponsors and sympathizers


Senate Dem seeks federal funding for diapers

Food Stamps: Democrats In Congress Attempt To Eat On $4.50 A Day To Protest Potential Budget Cuts 


The number of Americans on food stamps increased 8% last year, meaning that a record 15% of Americans are now mooches.

Here’s the article I referenced yesterday on the program.  Facts are optional: How sex-harass suits work.

From the CBO: ObamaCare will eliminate 800,000 jobs.
On the same day Politico reported its allegations against Herman Cain, he had the highest “favorable rating” of any Republican presidential candidate.

The ladies love … Rick Perry?

NYC arrest records show that many of the Occutard protesters live in luxury.
Four years after Congress imposed restrictions on travel funded by outside groups, federal lawmakers are frequent fliers again.

I am glad to report that Colorado voters overwhelmingly rejected a measure that would have raised nearly $3 billion for education by temporarily (yeah right) increasing state income, sales and use taxes.

Democrat Senator Diane Feinstein uses Fast and Furious to try and justify the need for a national gun registration.

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