Monday, August 25, 2014

How They Roll

***Here are several examples of Democrats trying to destroy Republicans via the court system when they can't beat them at the ballot box. It's sleaze to the highest degree, and it's routinely done by liberals.

***Obama is rewarding criminals. Well of course he is. From Sheriff Joe Arpaio:

Our country is under attack.
And Barack Obama is the aggressor. That’s right. Our own President has overseen the release of thousands of illegal immigrants…hundreds of whom are convicted criminals – even felons, which are flooding into America.
Every day you read the newspaper or turn on the news, there is something tragic happening, something Obama says is beyond our control.
But I must tell you: the state of the U.S. – Mexican border IS NOT BEYOND OUR CONTROL. In fact, it’s one of the key places where the safety of our nation starts. AND I am working around the clock to take criminals off the streets. Will you support my reelection campaign with a $15 or more donation right now?
Every action Obama has taken since the border crisis began has led to an increase in the flood of men, women, children, AND CRIMINALS! The icing on the cake…Obama’s solution is holding events at the White House “honoring young adults who came to this country illegally.”
HE IS REWARDING CRIMINALS! We are arresting them just to have the Obama administration release them the next day!

Obama should have been removed from office a long time ago. But he's black, so it's not going to happen.

***Ben Carson slams Jesse Jackson for exploiting the tragedy in Ferguson for his own ends. That's all they know how to do. I'd love to see Ben Carson in Scott Walker's cabinet in 2016.


***Scary Selfie. Yikes.

***This coffee shop is staffed by homeless people - and it's working.

Getting a job can be difficult for anyone in our nation’s ongoing employment slump. For every job opening, there are currently more than three unemployed people looking for work. And those already-difficult odds are significantly exacerbated for job applicants who can’t afford a home.
“If you’ve been homeless and have a gap on your resume, people don’t give you a chance,” Seth Kelley, co-founder of RedTail Coffee in Fort Collins, told ThinkProgress by phone. “It’s a cycle that’s really hard to shake.”
That’s why Seth, along with his wife Kelly, opened RedTail Coffee in May: to provide job opportunities to homeless and low-income applicants.

This is an interesting story - I hope it continues to work.

***I think he has an itch...

***Don't let yesterday use up too much of today. ~Cherokee Indian Proverb

***Have a great day!

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