Mourdock's Demeanor Masks Conservative Fervor

May 10, 2012 Full story: National Public Radio 17

Indiana Treasurer Richard Mourdock speaks to supporters in Indianapolis on Tuesday after defeating Sen.

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“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#1 May 10, 2012


What a dumb title. Why am I not surprised it came from npr?



What a joke.




Might as well say Obama wears panties under his pants and masks to hide his Gay Marriage desires.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#2 May 10, 2012



Obama = Progressive Scumbag-o-crat that added $5 TRILLION of "Unpatriotic National Debt.



Bush = Leftwing/Moderate Republican that added $4 TRILLION in "Unpatriotic" National Debt with Obama's Votes in the Senate.


We need someone that understands WE Do NOT Want to Pass this on to our Children. Obama/Bush FAILED to comprehend this simple fact.


Idiots.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#3 May 10, 2012


"We have to keep spending money or we'll go broke"
- Jackass Biden


1/2 of the Dumb & Dumber team.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#5 May 10, 2012

Obama 'Devastating' For Civil Liberties

NPR
October 10, 2011

Jonathan Turley argues in a recent op-ed in the Los Angeles Times that "the election of Barack Obama may stand as one of the single most devastating events in our history for civil liberties." He says President Obama has continued many of the most controversial Bush administration programs.

JOHN DONVAN, host: And now, the Opinion Page. After eight years under President Bush, many civil libertarians were thrilled when Barack Obama won the 2008 election. What a difference a few years make. Law Professor Jonathan Turley argues in a recent op-ed that, quote, "the election of Barack Obama may stand as one of the single most devastating events in our history for civil liberties." Now, if you supported President Obama in the last election, we want to know: How important is this issue of civil liberties to you? Will it make or break your support for the president going forward? Give us a call: 800-989-8255. And our email address is talk@npr.org. And you can also join the conversation at our website and find a link to the Turley op-ed. Go to npr.org and click on TALK OF THE NATION.

So Jonathan Turley, he's a law professor at George Washington University. His piece, "Obama: A Disaster for Civil Liberties," ran last month in the Los Angeles Times, and he joins us now in Studio 3A. So you say of President Obama that his election may be one of the single most devastating events in our history for civil liberties? That is very, very strong language, Jonathan.

JONATHAN TURLEY: It is a strong language, but I think civil libertarians are coming to grips with what is really a building disaster for our movement, and it's been a rather difficult process. You know, I have a large civil liberties blog, and there's a lot of soul-searching among civil libertarians about what exactly happened. But we are engaging in a sense of collective denial when we deal with President Obama.

DONVAN: You mean you're not talking about it publicly.

TURLEY: Yeah. And I think that's part of the purpose of this column, is to address the fact that President Obama is a perfect nightmare when it comes to civil liberties. He not only adopted most of President Bush's policies in the civil liberties areas when it comes to terrorism, but he actually expanded on them. He outdid George Bush.

And they range. His position on torture and refusing to have people investigated or prosecuted for torture, on privacy lawsuits. He pushed aggressively for the dismissal of dozens of lawsuits brought by private interest organizations. He's for immunity for people who engaged in warrantless surveillance. He has fought standing for people even to be able to get courts to review his programs, much like George Bush. He kept military tribunals and the authority to make the discretionary choice of sending some people to a real court, some people to a military tribunal. He has asserted the right to kill U.S. citizens based solely on his own discretion, that he believes them to be a threat to the country.

His administration has, once again, as with the Bush administration, cited secret law, that - and including a case of assassinating citizens - a law that we're not allowed to see, but we have to trust them.




http://www.npr.org/2011/10/10/141213273/op-ed...

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Wake Forest, NC

#6 May 10, 2012



Attorney General Holder defends execution without charges


A new speech by Eric Holder cements Obama's legacy as the president who pioneered secretive, chargeless executions



Tuesday, Mar 6, 2012
By Glenn Greenwald


In a speech at Northwestern University yesterday, Attorney General Eric Holder provided the most detailed explanation yet for why the Obama administration believes it has the authority to secretly target U.S. citizens for execution by the CIA without even charging them with a crime, notifying them of the accusations, or affording them an opportunity to respond, instead condemning them to death without a shred of transparency or judicial oversight.

The administration continues to conceal the legal memorandum it obtained to justify these killings, and, as The New York Times‘ Charlie Savage noted, Holder’s “speech contained no footnotes or specific legal citations, and it fell far short of the level of detail contained in the Office of Legal Counsel memo.”



http://www.salon.com/2012/03/06/attorney_gene...



What FILTH!

Cat74

United States

#7 May 10, 2012
Obama-Biden are trying to spend us into prosperity. It cannot be done. It has to stop. The Democrats refuse to stop spending. Now they plan on disaring us by robbing the Defense fund to provide more freebies for their lazy pet people. It is a mess, and the only way to fix it is to get rid of all of them.

“common sense isn't common”

Since: Oct 11

Adelaide, Australia

#8 May 10, 2012
I think that at 80 years of age and 6 terms in office it was time for Dick Lugar to retire, don't you? Change is as good as a holiday as they say here. Change always brings [eventually] new blood to the old body politic.
Obama Eats Dogs

Maple Shade, NJ

#9 May 10, 2012
Obama likes Wookies. Wookies are very high maintenance too. It costs us a LOT of doe to keep his wookie happy. LOL.. A "LOT" of doe.
Tony

Broken Arrow, OK

#10 May 10, 2012
The girlie guy wearing the stupid hat and outfit. WTF
Sheik Yerbouti

Lambertville, NJ

#11 May 11, 2012
Another teabagger nutjob! Guaranteed win for the Democrats! teabaggers are a gift that keeps on giving! What's with the picture of the guy in drag? I thought teabaggers hated gays.
harvey

Columbus, OH

#12 May 11, 2012
He's an absolute raging Teabagger nutball, and we certainly do NOT need more of these anti-American thugs in Congress. Here's a quote from this choad:

"Bipartisanship ought to consist of Democrats coming to the Republican point of view."

—Senatorial candidate Richard Mourdock, winner of the Indiana GOP primary

No Congressional seat for you,'bagger. Send him back to his militia compound and elect a Democrat.
harvey

Columbus, OH

#13 May 11, 2012
CrazeeCatLadee wrote:
Obama-Biden are trying to spend us into prosperity. It cannot be done. It has to stop. The Democrats refuse to stop spending. Now they plan on disaring us by robbing the Defense fund to provide more freebies for their lazy pet people. It is a mess, and the only way to fix it is to get rid of all of them.
Literally insane, Cat Ladee. You cannot CUT spending and expect recovery from recession. That's the actual economic law here, one that we've known for 80 years. Naturally, the far Right advocates things which are known not to work, but which will make them wealthy. They always put party and wealth ahead of their country.

It i sin fact the TeaTHUGlican Party which is trying to renege on their OWN SPENDING CUT AGREEMENT and cut money frmo social services and give it to the "Defense" department. You need to quit lying, Right-wing hag.
harvey

Columbus, OH

#14 May 11, 2012
The larfing loon wrote:
Attorney General Holder defends ...blah, blah, blah...without_charges/
What FILTH!
More support for Muslim terrorists from the larfing loon, who hates America as do most reTHUGlican haters. Don't give these people power! They are our ENEMIES!
harvey

Columbus, OH

#15 May 11, 2012
The larfing loon wrote:
What a dumb title. Why am I not surprised it came from npr?
What a joke.
Might as well say Obama wears panties under his pants and masks to hide his Gay Marriage desires.
Why not just admit that a) you don't know what objective reporting is, and b) you don't know what "demeanor" means? LOL

Tool.
Cat74

Westmont, IL

#16 May 11, 2012
Mourdock will be elected, because he stands for the values the people in Indiana share, morally strong, hard working, clean living, and they will reward him by giving him Lugers seat.
Paul Revere

Ormond Beach, FL

#17 May 11, 2012
Addelpated in Adelaide wrote:
I think that at 80 years of age and 6 terms in office it was time for Dick Lugar to retire, don't you? Change is as good as a holiday as they say here. Change always brings [eventually] new blood to the old body politic.
* At the least it kind of enforces the need for term limits.
harvey

Columbus, OH

#18 May 14, 2012
CrazeeCatLadee wrote:
Mourdock will be elected, because he stands for the values the people in Indiana share, morally strong, hard working, clean living, and they will reward him by giving him Lugers seat.
'Baggers only pretend to be those things, they're fundamentally (pun intended) dishonest people who put up a facade of "personal values" but turn around and get divorced, molest kids, hide their homosexuality in a closet, have affairs, and are willing to trash the needs and rights of the poor, minorities, gays, women, and anyone who disagrees with them.

CrazeeCatLadee is a serial liar.

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