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Wednesday, July 10, 2013
What’s transparent is the corruption
The most transparent administration ever has become a Scandalgate. This administration has little regard for the First, Second or Fourth amendments, but really likes to use the Fifth. Those who know where the bodies are buried have been silenced.
The culture of the White House sets the tone for the administration. President Obama has made quite a carbon footprint with Air Force One, demonizing those on his enemy list. His minions have set about carrying out his desire to squelch any who oppose him. The mainstream media serve as the janitorial service trying to clean up the many scandals. The Internal Revenue Service has proven itself to be a vindictive political weapon for this administration.
Other countries are thumbing their noses at his leading from behind. That pesky Constitution keeps getting in his way, but he is not concerned about violating his oath to defend it.
Obama brought Chicago politics into the White House. The climate is one of arrogance, deceit, intimidation, incompetence and character assassination of those who question his actions. He should be held responsible for the scandals and questionable actions coming from the executive branch. The strong-arm, corrupt tactics in D.C. should raise an alarm for all taxpayers.
Attacks on Cuccinelli are groundless
I would be more inclined to believe Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s attacks on Republican opponent Ken Cuccinelli’s handling of the oil and gas case if McAuliffe actually put forth a reasonable and coherent energy policy. Instead, I have seen nothing but misinformed accusations without substance. Cast the first stone, McAuliffe.
Attorney General Cuccinelli took on the case to protect Virginia law and make sure gas owners will receive more of the royalties they are due from the mineral companies. I find this villainization of Cuccinelli by The Roanoke Times very disturbing.
If I am to trust either of the candidates with protecting the interests of common Virginians, I will trust the one with experience. McAuliffe is out of touch with what we need. I thank Cuccinelli for working for us rather than just talking at us.
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