I like the sound of that, and so does the current governor of Florida:
Governor Rick Scott hasn’t picked a new Lieutenant Governor, and it’s not clear whether he will, but he says at least one Florida politician would make a superb choice.
On AM Tampa Bay, the governor responded to a question by saying West “is a great American and a great patriot… he’d be a great Lieutenant Governor.”
This would be a big step for Rep. Allen West. It’s a small step from Lt. Governor to Governor, and West could use that kind of executive experience if he wants to run for President of the United States.
And you and I both know he does.
Hat Tip: Breitbart
When you hear that the IRS was subjecting Tea Parties and other conservative organizations to high scrutiny, you might think they are just losing paperwork or making them fill things out in triplicate.
But it’s far, far creepier than that:
Now listen to the people interviewed on Glenn Beck’s show Monday:
List each past or present board member, officer, key employees and members of their families.
Why would the IRS need to know the names of family members?
And why would they want a login of the Tea Party website? That’s completely outrageous!
This goes far beyond extra scrutiny.
This smacks of the building of a nationwide enemies list.
You should know this, but I want to make sure you are aware:
NOT SAFE FOR WORK LANGUAGE
Now, act accordingly:
Hat Tip: Clash Daily
Probably nothing to see here:
Lois Lerner, the senior IRS official at the center of the decision to target tea party groups for burdensome tax scrutiny, signed paperwork granting tax-exempt status to the Barack H. Obama Foundation, a shady charity headed by the president’s half-brother that operated illegally for years.
According to the organization’s filings, Lerner approved the foundation’s tax status within a month of filing, an unprecedented timeline that stands in stark contrast to conservative organizations that have been waiting for more than three years, in some cases, for approval.
Lerner also appears to have broken with the norms of tax-exemption approval by granting retroactive tax-exempt status to Malik Obama’s organization.
In her defense, she’s not good at math, or something:
Some are still oblivious:
Meanwhile, in the MSNBC senior offices:
Bad Luck Press:
And the right of center feels their pain:
Update: Linked at Rare. Thanks!