So which is it?
Sandra Fluke Argued for Mandatory Coverage for Sex-Change Surgery
From: The Other McCain
Don’t know about you, but I do not like being scammed – by Congress – putting up a distraction like this when there are more serious matters before this country.
Hear that, Mikulski and Cardin? How about you, Dutch? Steny? Van Hollen?
You really think we are going to fall for this?
Posted in Abortion, Corruption, Ethics, Life
Tagged Cardin, Control, controversy, Ethics, Fraud, Intolerance, Marxism, Mikulski, Spending
I really wish he hadn’t done that. But I guess he doesn’t care since he can’t run for Governor after his current term ends.
So be it.
You know, Martin, in 2006 all the Democrate US Senators voted against upping the debt ceiling. Were they trying to undermine the Presidency then, too?
Posted in Constitution, Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Politics, Taxes
Tagged Cardin, Control, Intolerance, Maryland, Mikulski, Politics, Spending, Transparency, U.S. Senate, Unemployment
This is the sickest thing I have ever read in my life. An alleged “doctor” butchering, excuse me, murdering – I mean – performing (so-called) abortions. A “supposed” human being did this.
Kermit Gosnell. You …. Well, forget it, I have no words that others haven’t said about you, to you, already.
Michelle Malkin has an excellent writeup on this “person” and everything about him, his actions, his facility, practices and what not. Including the entire Grand Jury Report. One portion I give here (and Ms. Malkin does also):
“It is not our job to say who should be fired or demoted. We believe, however, that anyone responsible for permitting Gosnell to operate as he did should face strong disciplinary action up to and including termination. This includes not only the people who failed to do the inspecting, the prosecuting, and the protecting, but also those at the top who obviously tolerated, or even encouraged, the inaction. The Department of State literally licensed Gosnell’s criminally dangerous behavior. DOH gave its stamp of approval to his facility. These agencies do not deserve the public’s trust. The fate of Karnamaya Mongar and countless babies with severed spinal cords is proof that people at those departments were not doing their jobs. Those charged with protecting the public must do better.”
Go read Michelle’s column on this (How Mass Murder Gets a Pass), and – if you can stomach it – read that Grand Jury Report as well.
I need to take a shower after reading this as well.
May God have mercy on this creature named Gosnell. But I don’t know about that.
I want to know what our two Senators, Cardin and Mikulski, have to say about this.
Or, am I going to hear nothing but the sound of crickets?
Posted in Abortion, Condolences, Corruption, Death Panels, Ethics, Life, Rule of Law
Tagged Cardin, Healthcare, Mikulski, Politics, Violence
So says the CBO in an updated analysis. $540 Billion over 10 years.
And – wait for it – repealing the bill would also eliminate $770 billion in taxes. It’s the tax hikes in the health care law (along with the Medicare cuts) which accounts for the $230 billion in deficit reduction.
Heh heh. Yeah. Work it, Congress. 236-181.
Posted in Abortion, Constitution, Corruption, Death Panels, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Life, Rights, Rule of Law, Sovereignty, Taxes
Tagged Cardin, Control, Fraud, Healthcare, Incompetence, Marxism, Mikulski, Spending, Unconstitutional
Yup. How about that. And guess who voted to keep that going?
From The Daily Caller –
Senate Democrats on Wednesday defeated an amendment to pay for the $60 billion in unemployment insurance payments that were included in President Obama’s tax deal with Republicans, which included a provision that would have eliminated taxpayer-funded benefits for millionaires.
A total of 50 Democrats and two independents voted against the measure, sponsored by Sen. Tom Coburn, to cut a total of $156 billion in spending over five years.
Posted in Constitution, Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Taxes
Tagged Cardin, Fraud, Marxism, Mikulski, Spending, U.S. Senate
JammieWearingFool has the list of Porkers in the Senate.
Imagine my surprise, Sen. Mikulski is on that list.
UPDATE: Hhhmm. Sen. Cardin is on there also. How on earth could I have missed that?
Posted in Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Taxes
Tagged Cardin, Fraud, Maryland, Mikulski, Spending, U.S. Senate, Unemployment
SEIU allowed to violate the law.
Federal Election Commission expressly forbids organizations from fining members for not contributing to political action committees (PACs). The Obama administration is not only sold out to unions, but will break the law while aiding them.
And where is Congress on all this? Senate, how about you? House?
Come on, November……..
And we thought the Disclose Act was perhaps done with.
It may not be.
Flood the phones folks.
Delegate Pat McDonough will be introducing a Bill in the coming 2011 General Assembly session that will replicate the Arizona immigration law here in Maryland.
It is important to understand that such legislation simply restates a federal law to the state level. This does not change or add different legal requirements that are already enumerated at the federal level. Instead, this Bill will empower enforcement within the state.
As a candidate for the U.S. Senate, I, Daniel McAndrew, applaud and endorse Delegate McDonough’s attempts to properly apply the rule of law within Maryland concerning the issue of illegal immigration.
I challenge Senator Barbara Mikulski to also endorse this Bill, which will aid Maryland in controlling spiraling costs and unemployment of our legal residents. This Bill will go a long way to return fiscal and human responsibility to Maryland.
Apparently, Governor Ehrlich is contemplating running against Barbara Mikulski.