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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Video: Darrell Issa on Greta about Eric Holder's refusal to comply with Subpoena

During an appearance on Greta, Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa conceded that the response from Eric Holder to the subpoena - after the draft of a contempt citation was made public - has been that the DOJ will not turn over the documents demanded by the subpoena. The fact that the contempt citation hasn't been issued already is inconsistent with what Issa told Martha McCallum on May 3rd.

Here is what Issa told Fox's Martha McCallum back on May 3rd when asked about a 'drop dead' date for issuing the contempt citation:
"If the Attorney General's answer is, 'we've given you all we're going to give you,' then the drop dead date is immediate."
This is shaping up to be far more of an indictment of Boehner than it is Issa. It's looking more and more like Issa wants to move forward; it's becoming equally apparent that Boehner is the problem.

Waiting for Democrats to get on board with the Fast and Furious investigation is like waiting for oil to start liking water.

Alleged Jeremiah Wright recordings cast doubt on Obama's Christianity

In 2008, video recordings of Jeremiah Wright's sermons came closer than anything else to derailing Barack Obama's presidential campaign. Now, four years later, there appears to be audio recordings of Wright that may be damaging to Obama as well. Those recordings, allegedly in the possession of author Edward Klein, consist of Wright telling Klein some unflattering things, to include charges that Obama attempted to silence Wright in 2008.

One claim had to do with Obama's Christianity. During an appearance on Sean Hannity's radio show, Klein said that Wright wouldn't go so far as to say he converted Obama from Islam but he came awfully close:
...the Reverend Wright told me on tape, that Obama came to him and said, 'I need some spiritual advice; I don't know exactly who I am' and the Reverend Wright said... 'Well we know your Islam background... but what you need now, is some coaching on Christianity.' And I asked the Reverend Wright 'did you convert him from being a Muslim to being a Christian and he said, 'well, I don't know if I could go that far but... I made it comfortable for him to accept Christianity without having to renounce his Islamic background.'
When one converts to Christianity - from any religion - isn't the point of doing so to renounce your previous religion? Look no further than John 3:18-21:
18 “He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. 19 And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. 20 For everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed. 21 But he who does the truth comes to the light, that his deeds may be clearly seen, that they have been done in God.”
Let's not forget John 14:6 either:
6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.
Does Islam not repudiate Christianity by denying this central component? Why is the reverse not true as well? Christianity must necessarily repudiate Islam for the same reason.

If Klein's claim is true, perhaps the best we can say about the president is that he is a 'Chrislamist,' which means he is not a Christian. At worst, the president is feigning Christianity for political expediency so that he can remain a Muslim.

For some reason, this 2008 slip is looking a bit more freudian today:

h/t to Keith and Yid with Lid

Ben Barrack is a talk show host and author of the upcoming book, Unsung Davids

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Did Chris Matthews call black Bishop a racist?

Once again, the left cannot be allowed to have it both ways. One of the talking points from the liberal left when it comes to gay marriage is to equate the plight of the homosexuals to the plight of blacks prior to the 1960's. As such, homosexuals of today are fighting the same fight blacks did then, according to the left. With that as a premise the left has chosen to accept, Chris Matthews essentially called Bishop Harry Jackson a racist when he expressed a desire to see Jackson 'evolve.'

And so it begins. A white liberal identifies a black man as a racist for not supporting gay marriage. I think Mr. Matthews mis-diagnosed the thrill that ran up his leg.

It was more likely an electric shock treatment.

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