Glenn McCoy Cartoon
If Eric Holder’s end is not near, it should be. AG (Attorney General) Eric Holder cannot escape the news reporting scandal including the Associated Press snooping, and specifically, Fox News Reporter James Rosen. He signed off on a search warrant for the emails and phone records of Mr. Rosen. The DOJ (Department of Justice) is even going after communications from Mr. Rosen’s parents! Oh please! James Rosen was doing his job as a reporter.
A few weeks ago, AG Holder testified before a congressional committee that he never heard of any planned prosecution of any journalist. There are reports out there that he personally vetted warrants on Mr. Rosen. Perjury! If you do not see it as perjury, then you must see the AG as not knowing what is going on right under his nose. Is it not perjury or incompetence?
People are calling for the AG’s resignation, including a few Democrats. Of course, there are plenty of folks out there who could care less, because they are not paying attention to what is going on. I notice my online Democratic friends are quiet on AG Holder. In fact, with the way things are politically, some are feverishly pushing local and state Democratic victories in place of pro Obama administration postings.
It is no surprise that there are some ‘never say die’ pro Democratic/Obama folks supporting AG Holder, but even their defense of him is weak such as columnist and talk radio host, Earl Ofari Hutchinson. He never mentions any of the serious charges leveled at AG Holder in his column. Instead, he blames Republicans for trying to find stuff. Dr. Michael Eric Dyson with that special thing he has with words, defends AG Holder by calling him the ‘Moses of our time.’ Now that is absurd!
The call for AG Holder’s resignation continues to grow. Folks like Bill O’Reilly are predicting that he will leave the Obama administration soon. I side with those calling for AG Holder’s resignation. He should go, but based on how the Obama administration is able to weather out the controversies and even win a 2nd term, I have this nagging feeling that AG Holder will not be going anytime soon. Please do not let me be right.
I guess I should do double or triple Zo videos in a blog post. I tend to do 1 Zo video a month, but I could include more. The following is another goodie that I cannot pass up. He packs so much into his videos!
Listen for Zo to take on the following:
- Debunking conservatives being kool-aid drinkers
- No to leaving faith out of politics
- Liberals having tunnel vision while accusing others of being narrow-minded
- Liberal use of old testament scripture when Christians are under the new covenant. I get hit with old testament scriptures in political challenges from folks who do not believe in anything in the bible. That always shows their lack of Christian spiritual knowledge of the old and new testaments when they think they are coming off informed. Well, my response always includes 1 Corinthians 2:14.
- Overlooking wicked choices of mankind, while calling God cruel.
Posted in Controversy, Faith, Political, Politics
Tagged AlfonZo Rachael, Bible Scripture, Christian, Conservative, Controversy, Democrat, Faith, Haterade, Liberal, Libertarian, Political, Politics, Republican, Videos, ZoNation
When I started this blog post, I could look across to the left inside to my bedroom and see the TV. I had Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on C-SPAN. It has been my desire to attend this conference since I went conservative. I guess one of these years I will make it. I know CPAC is mostly attended by mostly white college students and 20 something folks. I hope that I, a 60+ something black female will not be that much of an anomaly when I finally do get to go to CPAC.
Because of all the reported turmoil within the Republican Party, I must admit I was not as disappointed about not being able to attend this year as in the past, but there is still that inner voice saying to me that I should attend a CPAC. This year I was not able to view many of Thursday and Friday speeches. I did hear radio talker Steve Deace’s interviews with Phyllis Schlafly and Gov. Bobby Jindal. I watched as much of the final day of CPAC as I could. I enjoyed Dr. Ben Carson and the speaker that introduced him who talked about the Christian influence being the primary catalyst behind the civil rights movement. I was also glad to hear CPAC speakers speaking against the Republican party becoming Democratic light.
I stopped whatever I was doing in the kitchen during the late afternoon to hear the hilariously truthful Ann Coulter and remained in front of the living room TV to hear a great conservative, Sen. Ted Cruz. Ah, Ted Cruz! I am already to support him in a presidential run. The GOP needs to put down all the infighting and focus on sustaining and increasing the Republican majority in the House, win a Republican majority in the Senate and winning back the presidency. I know it still does not look all that good for any of those victories, but after watching CPAC today, I realize all is not lost. We can have those GOP victories.
Congratulations, Senate Elect Tim Scott! I am glad to see this appointment by South Carolina Gov Nikki Haley to replace Sen. Jim Demint. Now it is no surprise that the so-called tolerant left, especially so-called tolerant black Democrats and so-called tolerant black Independents started coming out of the woodwork to denounce and insult this senatorial appointment. They are still caught up in group black think, which does not allow for any black person to be a Republican.
Because of the Republican losses this past Nov 6th, Rep. Scott’s appointment to replace the outgoing Jim Demint is raising up my GOP spirits. When Sen. Demint announced he was leaving the Senate, the one and only name people gave to replace him on the Republican/Conservative Facebook pages was Tim Scott. In the video there are a few speakers, but for me, Tim Scott is the focus. I like this Republican conservative.
Posted in Government, Politics
Tagged Democrat, Insulting Reactions, Jim Demint, Nikki Haley, Republican, Senate, so-called tolerant, South Carolina, Tim Scott, United States Senate