Scott Hagerstrom of Americans for Prosperity explained, “We fight these battles on taxes and regulation, but really what we would like to see is to take the unions out at the knees so they don’t have the resources to fight these battles.”
It’s all interesting, but the words above can be seen starting at one minute, forty-eight seconds into the clip.
House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Peter King (R-N.Y.) falsely proclaimed today that “not one terror-related case in the last two years involved neo-Nazis.” But there’s proof he’s lying, right here:
Police: Bogle Street man waves Nazi flag, threatens to cut gas line during hourslong standoff
According to Lt. David A. Gouveia ….
“Vieira was uncooperative and began shouting racial slurs out the window,” Gouveia said. “Vieira stated he broke a gas line in the apartment and would blow up the building.”
“Vieira hung a Nazi flag out the window, started barricading the doors, shouted ‘Heil Hitler’ and turned off the lights,” Gouveia said.
More details on more neo-Nazi terrorism here….
Chairman King also asserted that he never said there are “too many” mosques in America. However, that’s another lie. Check it out here….
“New York Rep. Peter King, a prominent House Republican, said there are “too many mosques in this country” in a recent interview with Politico.”
Rep. King has tried to deny this remark, but there’s video, available at that same site.
Right-leaning think tank says Rove group “misrepresented” its data in ad attacking public employee unions
By Greg Sargent
As you may have heard, Crossroads GPS, the group founded by Karl Rove, has gone up on the air with a new 60-second ad that attacks public employees and the Democrats who support them as greedy thugs. The spot, which is backed by a $750,000 buy, represents a national, high-profile effort to turn around a public opinion war the right seems to be losing as the Wisconsin standoff drags on.
But now the fiscally conservative think tank that the ad itself cites as the source for one of its central claims is accusing Crossroads GPS of misusing the think tank’s data. The author of the Cato Institute study cited in the ad tells me the spot “misrepresents” his study’s findings.
(read more at this link) http://voices.washingtonpost.com/plum-line/2011/03/right-leaning_think_tank_says.html
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