First of all, I have to make it clear that I am not a Rand Paul supporter.
However, I feel that I have to speak out, in his defense, of how he is being portrayed in the media as of late. It is quite ridiculous that he his harsh on women reporters/journalists.
Here, Sen. Dr. Rand Paul is criticized for ‘shooting’ the interviewer, however, if you will note, she did NOT give him a question, she made a statement and he wanted to correct the statement. At the end of the interview, he was correct in how the media handles these things. They need to come with questions that matter about the voting records, the bills, or the campaigns. What she was doing was not right and it is exactly how ALL journalists and TV hosts are.If it were Hillary Clinton being interviewed in this same way, and she responded in the same way, the outcome would be totally different.
Now here he is, criticized for correcting this interviewer for how she runs through a list at rapid fire, and he is trying to stop her because she is editorializing and not asking questions. If she is going to INTERVIEW someone, she should ASK questions. He has every right to stop the interview to be able to get a chance to ANSWER questions. He has done nothing wrong here. Again I say, if it were Hillary Clinton that were interviewed in the same way, and she responded in the same way, the outcome would be totally different.
“Ye shall no more give the people straw to make brick, as heretofore: let them go and gather straw for themselves.” Exodus 5:7
By Riley J. Hood-CPoW State Chairman
Every year I had received my 1040 tax form instruction manual in the mail. When President Obama arrived in the Oval Office, I had to wait until the public library received copies of the instruction manual.
This year, the inconvenience was ramped up. I was told I had to down-load a copy of the manual or call the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to order a copy. I tried calling the IRS several times and waited for over one-half hour each time, never speaking to an operator. I suspect they had no intention of taking calls.
The reason given for this harassment was “Due to federal budget cuts, the IRS will no longer be supplying libraries with many of the forms and…
Greta is on the ball here as well! This video is only 3:35. There are so many emails that needed responses regarding to the location of Ambassador Chris Stevens. He also had been asking for U.S. Security as it was becoming more hostile and he asked for help and received NO ANSWER. I watched the men that went it regardless of the ‘stand down order’ that has been denounced now. Had they been allowed to go in earlier, they feel they would have been able to secure the building and requesting helicopter rescue of the Ambassador. Too many lies and very little truth from then Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, who dared to blame it on a video and it had nothing to do with the video.
~ nanarhonda ~ copyright 2015
This was taken from an email that I get every day. I usually don’t pay much attention to it but this one caught my eye. What did she have to hide? Why did she use her personal email account instead of the government one that is archived? She has MUCH to answer for, but the big question is WILL SHE? ~ nanarhonda ~ copyright 2015
Clinton used personal email while Secretary of State
Hillary Rodham Clinton used a personal email account during her time as secretary of state, rather than a government-issued email address, potentially hampering efforts to archive official government documents required by law.
Clinton’s office said nothing was illegal or improper about her use of the non-government account and that she believed her business emails to State Department and other .gov accounts would be archived in accordance with government rules.
“Like secretaries of state before her, she used her own email account when engaging with any department officials,” Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill said. “For government business, she emailed them on their department accounts, with every expectation they would be retained. When the department asked former secretaries last year for help ensuring their emails were in fact retained, we immediately said ‘yes.’”