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Friday, December 9, 2011

That Bestiality Question is Dogging Jay Carney 'Barker'

This is getting quite interesting. Last week, the Senate actually voted to lift the ban on bestiality in the military by a vote of 93-7. In the days that followed, Les Kinsolving with WND asked White House press secretary Jay Carney about this. Carney obviously thought the question was ridiculous and moved on. It appears that Carney's non-response to a legitimate question has raised the dander of PETA.

Via CNS News:
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has written a letter to White House Press Secrtary Jay Carney rebuking him for "flippantly" dismissing a question he was asked at Monday's press briefing about last week's Senate vote approving a bill that would repeal the military's ban on bestiality.

PETA has also written to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta asking him to make sure that language is added to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) to prohibit both bestiality and cruelty to animals.

A provision in the Defense authorization bill that passed the Senate last week by a 93-to-7 vote would strip the provision from the UCMJ that currently prohibits sodomy and bestiality.

In a letter to Carney, PETA President Ingrid Newkirk told the White House spokesman that the animal rights group was upset that Carney laughingly dismissed a reporter's question asking about the commander-in-chief’s position on bestiality.
HERE is a link to the letter. In related news, Senator John McCain is clueless about his own vote in support of bestiality in the military. Apparently, in addition to the al-Qaeda backed Libyan rebels being McCain's heroes, he voted to make sex with animals in the military legal.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), the ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, told on Wednesday that he did not know that the 926-page Defense Department authorization bill that came through his committee and was approved by the Senate last week on a 93-to-7 vote included a provision that would repeal the military’s ban on sodomy and bestiality if the bill becomes law. asked McCain: “Senator, did you read the Defense authorization bill that was passed last week? Were you aware of the language that repealed the ban on sodomy and bestiality?” 
“On what?” McCain replied.
McCain proceeded to say he read the bill. Uh, John, saying you voted in support of bestiality in the military AFTER asserting that you read the bill is probably a bad move. At this point, it's probably better that you profess you DIDN'T read it. Think it's time for McRino to resign?

Here is the exchange between Kinsolving and Carney that spawned PETA's letter. Maybe all of those reporters in the press pool who were on the same page as Carney should apologize to Kinsolving. His question was indeed legitimate.

Video Highlights from House Judiciary Committee on Fast and Furious

Rep. Sandy Adams (R-FL) was not happy. She identified herself as a former police officer and her husband as a current officer. She took great exception to Eric Holder's assertion that the committee was going after Fast and Furious to score 'political points.'

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) opened his line of questioning by asking Holder if the Attorney General had spoken with Barack Obama about Fast and Furious; Holder said that he had not. Chaffetz then asked Holder to explain how Obama was so confident that his Attorney General didn't know about Fast and Furious if he never spoke with him.

Holder's response? To paraphrase, someone else must have told Obama.

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Eric Holder argue the difference between 'demonstrably false' and 'inaccurate' with respect to the February 4th letter in which Asst Atty General Ronald Weich said the charge that the ATF allows guns to 'walk' is 'false.' The DOJ withdrew that letter. Logic sides with Gowdy and Holder has the low ground here.

Here, Darrell Issa compares Eric Holder to Richard Nixon's Attorney General, John Mitchell after Holder claims that he will act as previous Attorneys General have done with respect to withholding documents. Holder responds by comparing Issa to Joe McCarthy.

Via Oversight Committee

Great Question: How would Media Handle Tebow if he were a Muslim?

Players who have sacked Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow have mocked his Christianity by striking his prayerful pose as a form of celebration.

Fox Sports columnist Jennifer Floyd Engel asks a salient question. What if Tim Tebow were a Muslim? Would the players who mock Tebow's faith by getting down on one knee with head bowed have the gumption to get down on all fours and place their foreheads on the ground?

Not only would there be no takers but the media backlash would be deafening? It's not only a double standard but it's cowardice masked with religious bullying.

Matthew 10:22
And you will be hated by all for My name’s sake. But he who endures to the end will be saved.
Via Fox Nation:

Jon Corzine: 'I Simply do not know where the Money is...'

If you've ever heard the saying, 'everything he touches turns to gold,' you're likely familiar with the inverse.

Enter former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine (D). He presided over the destruction of that state's budget, then went into the private sector after losing to Chris Christie, where he proceeded to preside over the destruction of MF Global as that company's CEO.

The best worst part? He has no clue where the money went, and he admits it.

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