Thursday, April 10, 2014

No wonder that bastard Cummings wanted the IRS hearings to end;

he didn't want this coming out.
The top Democrat on a House committee tasked with investigating the IRS scandal may have been involved in the targeting of a Texas-based conservative group, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) claimed on Wednesday.

Citing documents obtained last week, Issa suggested Wednesday that Rep. Elijah Cummings’ (D-Md.) seeming eagerness to end the IRS investigation may be due to the fact that the Maryland congressman’s office in August 2012 communicated with the IRS about True the Vote, a non-profit group dedicated to preventing voter fraud.

I'm calling bullshit on this:
“Our security force, based on limited information, made a high-risk traffic stop and believed that this vehicle was stolen based on the information they received,” said Cassie Barlow, 88th Airbase Wing Commander at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Really?  They 'believed' the vehicle was stolen?  Based on what?  Information from where?

Sounds like they really effed-up, and are trying very hard to come up with an excuse.

Well, look what else is coming out about Gov. Howler's bill:
Under the SAFE Act, the New York Department of Criminal Justice (NYDCJ), the overseer of the database, may declare a person ineligible to own or possess a weapon without any type of judicial process.

Furthermore, the suit argues that if the NYDCJ declares a person ineligible, “such a determination makes the person vulnerable to imminent seizure of all weapons, without a hearing or even an arrest warrant.”

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