Posts Tagged ‘former President Bill Clinton’
This is the question on the minds of many at the US capitol. Ever since June, when Clinton was asked by Obama to help him in his campaign, little remarks have been spoken in press interviews, though perhaps done innocently. For example, Bill Clinton stated that in order to help the economy recover, he has to extend the Bush era tax cuts, there’s no way around it with the economy stalled.
President Barack Obama’s attempt to seek a second term in office, is looking bleaker each day, and last Friday’s jobs report is just another strike against his Administration, as he fails to deal with a deteriorating economy. As it is now, we are just 5 months from the November election, and the report of how the creation of jobs has failed to pass, shows how inept Obama is at president.
On Monday former President Bill Clinton, while campaigning for Barack Obama said the Republican Party and presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney “have adopted Europe’s economic policies.” Actually the fact is, it’s Obama who has this as his Administration’s policies.
Attorney General Eric Holder is wrong, when he accused Republicans of using voter ID laws to suppress the black vote, according to political analyst John Fund. “We have two examples of states that have had photo ID laws now for seven or eight years — Georgia and Indiana,” the election expert told Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview. “They’re very tough requirements, but voting has gone up in those states, including minority voting. And not just the election that Barack Obama ran in, but even in the 2010 midterm election.”
It appears that the EPA is getting rather free with dispensing taxpayer money again, as last Thursday it announced that 46 nonprofit organizations are being granted a combined one million dollars of taxpayer money to fund “environmental justice issues.” What the translation of this means is that the money is to be used to encourage the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the environmental decision making process.