This is just too good. I’ve been catching the corrupt media coverage for the last few days, and I thought Bill Clinton was a big hit in Wisconsin, from what was reported. There was not one mention of the meager crowd for Barrett/Clinton, and, most certainly there was no coverage of the huge republican/tea party support for Walker. So, check out “Right, Wing-Nut!” blog for photos of the 400 or so attendees at the Barrett rally and the some 4,000 at the Walker rally. Just too good. I see Obama bravely tweeted his support of Barrett yesterday, after flying over the state last week. 🙂
Wisconsin Momentum: A Picture Is Worth…
…a thousand liberal tears. Or a thousand accusations of racism.Here’s Bill Clinton rallying the troops (no pun intended) on behalf of Democrat Tom Barrett. Hmmm…seems like ‘ol Bill has lost some of his mojo among the rank & file, as a mere 400 show up to hear him speak.
See the pictures and rest of the story here:
Posted: 06.05.12 @9:36 a.m
Filed under Media, politics
This took place on Monday, May 21, 2012. It seems a lot of people are not aware of it. I guess that’s because the corrupt media has not covered it. Well, I’d call it a cover-up. Wonder why? Catholic Church suing the obama administration? No big deal? Huge deal.
The University of Notre Dame joined other Catholic institutions Monday in suing the Obama administration over its contraception mandate.
The lawsuit argues the mandate in the healthcare law requiring that insurance plans cover birth control for women without a co-pay violates the religious freedom of Catholic institutions.
The Archdiocese of Washington, the Michigan Catholic Conference and the Catholic University of America are among the other plaintiffs in the suit.
Notre Dame’s participation is notable because Obama gave a controversial commencement speech at the school in 2009. Anti-abortion-rights groups criticized the school for inviting Obama because of his position on abortion.
The suit was one of 12 similar actions filed Monday around the country, a release from the Archdiocese of Washington stated, bringing the total number of cases now pending over the mandate to more than 30.
Posted: 06.05.12 @ 8:52 a.m.