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Friday, September 3, 2010


Maricopa County Sheriff, Joe Arpaio has fired back at the Department of Justice in a major way in response to the lawsuit filed against him by the Feds. The lawsuit claims that Arpaio's office refused to turn over documents. In a statement from Arpaio himself, he vehemently disagrees and is obviously not backing down.

From Arpaio's statement:
“The Obama administration has filed three lawsuits against Arizona in the last few weeks ... one against a college district, one against the state of Arizona and now one against my office. Each lawsuit centers on something to do with alleged racial discrimination.

These actions make it abundantly clear that Arizona, including this Sheriff, IS Washington’s new whipping boy. Now it’s time to take the gloves off.
How can you not LOVE this guy?! It doesn't take long for Arpaio to get his gloves off either. In the very next paragraph, he makes it clear what he thinks of this administration and the implication is that it's made up of liars and backstabbers.
They smiled in our faces and then stabbed us in the back with this lawsuit. The Obama administration intended to sue us all along, no matter what we did to try to avert it. Washington isn’t playing fair and it’s time Americans everywhere wake up and see this administration for what it really is. Calculating, underhanded at times and certainly not looking out for the best interests of the legal citizens residing in this country.
Obviously, the DOJ and Obama think Arpaio is acting stupidly. The claim is that Arapio's office is withholding documents. Arpaio's office is claiming they couldn't have been anymore transparent. Based on the Obama administration's track record with respect to transparency, who do YOU believe?

Be sure to read the whole thing, including the statement from Arpaio's attorney.

h/t to Free Republic


I almost didn't post this but the longer it went on, the more it became obvious that Michael Joseph Gross, writer for Vanity Fair, while justifying his reasons for quoting anonymous sources who claimed to have heard the Palins at their most intimate and inside their own home, was actually engaging in projection. Once you get past the profanity laden quotes he attributed to the Palins, pay attention to why he thought publishing these things was important. Every reason this guy gave sounded like he was describing what the mainstream media should have done with respect to Barack Obama.

For example, after being asked why Vanity Fair would quote such anonymous sources, this guy says things like:

* "I think it's important to know this character."
* "She is becoming so powerful in our society."
* "She's not subjecting herself to the normal interaction with the press that (other) politicians have."
* "Usually we expect that they're (politicians) are going to tell us the truth and we don't continually give them a pass when they've proven that they lie over and over again as she has."
* "The only time she treats people well is when other people are watching."

Gross then goes after Palin for claiming to represent average Americans when she really doesn't. Uh, that's Obama on steroids.

The entire exchange - and I mean entire exchange - is FULL OF Gross misapplying to Sarah Palin characteristics that should be applied to Obama. No exaggeration.

Then, for good measure I guess, he points to the unmitigated gall of Sarah Palin to tip bellhops and maids no more than a paltry "five bucks".

Via Breitbart


In much the same way Jimmy Carter should thank Obama for seizing the mantle as worst American president ever, Obama should thank Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick and TIME Magazine editor Richard Stengel for besting his 'Joe the Plumber' moment about spreading the wealth around being 'good for everybody.' First up, Deval. WTKK radio in Boston aired a Q & A segment in which Patrick was asked for his thoughts about Glenn Beck's rally on the anniversary on MLK's 'I have a dream speech' on 8/28.

The quote? "It's a free country. I wish it weren't."

Via Hot Air

Now, move on over to Stengel who, on Morning Joe, was discussing the Israeli / Palestinian 'Peace' talks. When the topic of the Israeli wall came up, Stengel delivers this gem: "The sad truth" is that "the wall actually worked". Hmmm, so it's a bad thing that innocent Israeli civilians weren't blown to bits?

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h/t to RCP
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