June 4, 2012

It’s beginning to look a lot like…the Kremlin?

This one caught my eye this morning and my first thought…

Eric Holder, Barack Obama’s attorney general and David Axelrod, his top political adviser had to be separated after squaring up during a furious row over attempts to impose White House operatives in the justice department.

…was what Seth or Wolf would have remarked after a gruff laugh.

I could just hear Seth chuckling, “That would be something to see, those two pansies going at it with limp wristed little slaps.” or Wolf, with his patented sardonic grin: “Two of Saddam Hussein Obama’s pet fairies (that isn’t the word he’d use) havin’ a cat fight! Man, I’d of loved to see that!”

God, I miss those two (not the president’s pair of matched wussies, but Seth and Wolf. I wish they’d get home already!)

He writes that Mr Holder and Mr Axelrod were separated by Valerie Jarrett, a White House adviser and confidante to Mr Obama. Ms Jarrett “pushed her way between the two men, her sense of decorum disturbed, ordering them to ‘take it out of the hallway’,” says Klaidman.

Anyway, back to It’s beginning to look like…the Kremlin:

The argument is said to have erupted over attempts to add a political official to the staff of Mr Holder, who has presided over a handful of political and public relations blunders since taking office in 2009.

attempts to add a political official to the staff of Mr Holder

Like a Zampolit in the Soviet military!

In the Obama organization, huh? It’s funny how the communist fruit never falls far from the tree!

Speaking of Obama and his Kommissars

Pastors meeting in Washington have been warned about political activities that could jeopardize their churches’ tax-exempt status.

IRS regional manager Peter Lorenzetti told the Faith Leaders Summit that prohibited activities include endorsing or opposing candidates, campaigning for them, or making contributions to their campaigns.


But pastors are free to do any of those things as private citizens, according to Congressman G.K. Butterfield. The North Carolina Democrat, a former judge, said, “You simply cannot do it in your capacity as the pastor of the church and give the implication that the church is endorsing the candidate.”

Lorenzetti said churches can distribute voter guides that educate about political issues without favoring a particular candidate.

A couple of the comments below the linked article sum up our stance at Hard Astarboard, as well.

One Robert LaCoe:

I’ll bet it only applies to non-Muslim, non-black churches. Why did Holder just brief black pastors on how to influence the vote in their church. We have the most crooked regime in history in the Kremlin on the Potomac.

and one Stan Mason:

Jeremiah Wright clearly endorsed Obama in the last election. Remember his famous “Hillary ain’t never been called a N****” speech? Why didn’t Obama’s former church lose their tax-exempt status?

It appears that King Barack Hussein Obama considers it perfectly acceptable to use the power of his office to implement whatever double standards and heavy handedness he deems necessary to prolonging what he obviously considers not his term in office, but his reign.

Did I say, “It’s beginning to look a lot like…the Kremlin?”

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2 Responses to “It’s beginning to look a lot like…the Kremlin?”

  1. Always On Watch Says:

    Actually, I’m glad to see that in-fighting. Yet another indication that all is not going to be well for Obama in November. :)

  2. Mrs Wolf Says:

    Always On Watch

    I concur, the fact that Obama’s own inner circle is falling out is a good sign.

    These people really need to be voted out of the White House and sent packing while we still have a first world country, and their dividing themselves, to scramble an old adage, will make them easier to conquer.

    I’ll bet Emperor Obama is furious that the “disagreement” occured in front of witnesses:

    :-0 — What the %#@&*^%!!!!