Issa’s ‘Paid Liar’ Remarks Highlight Liberal Willingness To Follow White House’s Every Command

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House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) has spent the better part of his recent career grilling officials close to the Barack Obama White House for what many conservatives see as gross Administration failures— from the Fast and Furious gunrunning debacle to the Benghazi terror attack and, more recently, the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservatives.

Issa is now catching heat from Democrats, and some Republicans (in name only), for remarks he made during a Sunday appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union” during a discussion about the IRS scandal, which the lawmaker says is “a problem that was coordinated, in all likelihood, right out of Washington headquarters.”

“Their paid liar, their spokesperson, the picture behind, he’s still making up things about what happened and calling this a local rogue,” said Issa, pointing to a picture of Jay Carney.

“The reason that Lois Lerner tried to take the Fifth [amendment] is not because there’s a rogue in Cincinnati,” he added. “It’s because this is a problem that was coordinated, in all likelihood, right out of Washington headquarters.”

“The President’s spokesman – spokesperson – is saying whatever’s convenient at the time. The story changes,” he concluded.

During a press briefing Monday, Carney told reporters asking about the lawmaker’s remarks, “I hadn’t heard that. That’s amazing.”

The White House press secretary went on to say that he would not respond to Issa’s accusation. Carney said he believed his detractors take issue with the Inspector General’s report he read during press briefings, which found no evidence of influence or pressure from higher-ups on the IRS officials who targeted conservatives.

Carney said last month when lawmakers urged the White House to investigate the IRS actions, “My understanding is that this matter is under investigation by the [Inspector General] at the IRS.”

“The IRS, as you know, is an independent enforcement agency with only two political appointees,” he continued. “The fact of the matter is what we know about this is of concern. And we certainly find the actions taken, as reported, to be inappropriate. And we would fully expect the investigation to be thorough and for corrections to be made.”

Carney also previously shrugged off any chance that the IRS targeting was politically motivated by saying “the individual running it at the time was actually an appointee from the previous administration.”

The Inspector General report and Carney’s remarks, of course, run contrary to transcripts of Congressional interviews with Cincinnati IRS employees released over the weekend by Issa’s Oversight Committee. In the transcripts the employees say things like the following:

Investigator: “But just to be clear, she told you the specific names of these applicants.”

IRS employee: “Yes.”

Investigator: “And she told you that Washington, D.C. had requested these two specific applications be sent to D.C.”

IRS employee: “Yes, or parts of them.”

And even more damning, that particular IRS employee went on to say:

Investigator: “So is it your perspective that ultimately the responsible parties for the decisions that were reported by the IG are not in the Cincinnati office?”

IRS employee: “I don’t know how to answer that question.  I mean, from an agent standpoint, we didn’t do anything wrong.  We followed directions based on other people telling us what to do.”

Investigator: “And you ultimately followed directions from Washington; is that correct?”

IRS employee: “If direction had come down from Washington, yes.”

Investigator: “But with respect to the particular scrutiny that was given to Tea Party applications, those directions emanated from Washington; is that right?”

IRS employee: “I believe so.”

Even if Carney’s previous statements about the IRS scandal, when looked at next to the evidence Issa is bent on digging up, do make the press secretary look a bit like a “paid liar,” some among the political class have criticized the lawmaker’s remarks.

Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) said on CBS, “I never like to use that word, I think we should let these investigations run their course, let the facts come out. You’ve got to admit, these last couple of hearings where the person who, really, was in the chain of command to the Fifth Amendment, where an individual who said he was at the White House for an Easter egg roll—and he was there 170 times.”

MSNBC’s token RINO Joe Scarborough attacked Issa, saying the remark removes any credibility conservatives had investigating the scandals.

“Darrell Issa hurts himself and his cause more than Jay Carney or the White House when he calls him a ‘paid liar,’” Scarborough said.

“If you’re in this position — as a chairman responsible for these investigations — that just basically announces to everybody — I’m not saying he is — ‘I’m a partisan. Anything that I conclude is based on my partisan beliefs,’” Scarborough added. “You’ve got to pull back. You can’t say things like this.”

And former Obama “paid liar” Robert Gibbs sided with Scarborough, saying that Issa should apologize for the jibe. Gibbs went on to take a swing at Issa, saying that the lawmaker’s position as chairman of the House Oversight Committee possibly is the “biggest joke in all of Washington.”

“I mean, it’s a stunning thing,” Gibbs said. “It’s why five people in this town take Darrell Issa seriously and it’s the surest bet the Republicans are very much on the verge of overplaying their hand publicly and the American people will lose interest in their side of this. They want to see the IRS cleaned up, but they will understand quickly that Darrell Issa is doing nothing more than politicizing this event.”

So basically the story is this: If you are an Obama supporter or a moderate Republican with close ties to the White House, it is inconceivable that the President’s spokesman is nothing more than a public relations hack paid to spin facts. And if you are a conservative, reading transcripts of sworn Congressional testimony that make the White House spokesman’s answers to reporter questions seem questionable in their honesty… you’re obviously nuts.

Sam Rolley

Sam Rolley began a career in journalism working for a small town newspaper while seeking a B.A. in English. After covering community news and politics, Rolley took a position at Personal Liberty Media Group where could better hone his focus on his true passions: national politics and liberty issues. In his daily columns and reports, Rolley works to help readers understand which lies are perpetuated by the mainstream media and to stay on top of issues ignored by more conventional media outlets.

  • Ped Xing

    So far, Darrell Issa has been able to dodge indictment for arson in the torching of property he owned…

    • Vigilant

      Change your screen moniker to “Alinsky.” It fits your M.O. much better.

    • Nadzieja Batki

      For all we know, your being on this site includes the possibility that you may be a paid liar?

      • Jeff

        If your posts made any sense, one could say the same of you.

        • JeffH

          Kinda hypocritical of you Jeff…considering your oft- rambling comments.

          • Jeff

            I’ll put my comments up against your b.s. any time as long as the judge is not a fellow wingnut.

          • JeffH

            You’re constant rambling is bordering on incoherence unhinged Jeff.

          • Jeff

            If you want to see “incoherence unhinged from reality,” check out some of your own posts on the gun issue. To be unhinged, you must get angry and lose your cool. I sensed you did there. Not that it matters as even sober, your comments are nonsense personified.

          • JeffH

            Au contraire unhinged one!

    • NObama_Holder_Reid_Pelosi_2012

      Alex is about as useless and irrelevant as Carney. Face it, they are all useless and compulsive liars in every department, agency and branch of the Government.

    • Jeff

      Issa started as a car thief. He then branched into making car alarms and made a fortune. Those alarms are nearly as annoying as he is – full of sound and fury signifying nothing! When you hear a car alarm, do you ever think a car is actually being stolen? Similarly, when Issa makes his ridiculous accusations, don’t you just think it’s a car thief running for the Senate?

      • momo

        If the accusations are ridiculous why is team Obama crapping all over themselves trying to shoot Issa down?

        • Jeff

          In politics, unanswered charges, no matter how idiotic, are believed by certain low information voters. For example, you probably believe John Kerry and Max Cleland were draft dodgers while Dick Cheney was the John Wayne of Viet Nam.

          • Bob666

            Yo Jeff,
            that was good and he probably does.

      • Jana

        Jeff since it was never proven and he was never convicted you had better include the word alleged.

        • Dave

          Jana, so nice of you to give Issa the benefit of the doubt. Why can’t you do the same for Obama in this is instance?
          Hyper-partisanship perhaps?

          • Jana

            So far Obama has NOT been found guilty of anything, of course he didn’t know about it, but he never knows about anything. He is too busy out raising money. That seems to be all he knows how to do, campaign, and do fund raising and play games, take vacations, and make bad policies.
            I am sure he is a nice man, but I DON’T LIKE HIS POLICIES! I DON’T LIKE WHAT HE STANDS FOR. HE STANDS AGAINST AMERICAN VALUES!!!

            I have given him 5 years now, how much longer am I supposed to give him?

          • Ped Xing

            Perhaps you have given the president five years, Jana. Too bad the same cannot be said about the obstructionist GOP, who are holding up every proposal put forth. This is only further weakening the GOP by distancing them from younger voters.

            Remember, after Obama, they will have to deal with eight years of President Hillary. If they continue to work against the interests of the MAJORITY of Americans, the GOP lawmakers will be voted out of Congress and the Senate. The ONLY reason they continue to hold the advantage in the House is through gerrymandering (something BOTH parties have been guilty of for years, by the way).

          • garygerke

            The pitiful part of liberals today is they refuse to answer the number one question…..What has Obama made better in the USA and what campaign promises has he kept.

          • Jeff

            Compare the direction in which we were headed in January 2009 compared to today and you’ll have our answer. And that’s with zero help from the Repugs.

          • rocketride

            He’s kept the ones that could be fulfilled by trashing the country pretty well.

          • Jeff

            Why don’t you tell us what American values are? Obama won majorities both times he ran so perhaps you are the one out of step with American values. Do you believe that if someone gets sick and can’t afford insurance, he should be allowed to die? That’s a tea party value – not an American one.

          • rocketride

            The very “fact” that he never knows about any of it is itself illustrative of his unfitness for the job. If he were fit for it, he’d be doing it. And a big part of doing any leadership-type job is knowing just what the he|| you minions are doing in your name. He may not have known about it, may well not have actually issued the orders. They’ve read their Alinsky and quite likely knew just what to do without being given orders, as he read it and knew what he could expect them to do on their own. After all, how many constitutionalist, small-government types do you reckon self-select for service in the bureaucracies (outside of the military, NASA, and the like)?

        • Jeff

          Yes, you are correct. As a blogger, I should be held to a much higher standard than a simple House Committee Chair. Issa makes sure to insert “alleged” when he makes his ridiculous logical leaps based on no evidence. I used to think that was Glenn Beck’s job.

    • Jana

      Since all of these allegations seem to have happened in the 70’s and they were all dropped or not proven, and nothing has been brought forth to this day, what is your point ALEX??? Maybe they had reason to believe his brother really did it since this was him MO.

      • JeffH

        His point is that he is a “POLLY WANT A CRACKER” Alex the repeating parrot…baaarrraaaccckkkkkk!

        • Ped Xing

          No Polly here, Jeff.

          Never heard Carney or any other official discuss Issa’s shady past for several years. He’s done a great job of shutting people up….

          • JeffH

            Alex is the new repeating parrot now tha 47D is no longer present.
            POLLY WANT ANOTHER CRACKER?
            baaarrraaaccckkkkk!

        • rocketride

          Indeed, it appears that any random Psittacine has more comprehension of what comes out of its mouth than Alex has of that which he spews.

    • JeffH

      Surprise, surprise…Isn’t that exactly what Former top White House adviser David Plouffe twittered out about Issa.

      POLLY WANT A CRACKER? baaarrraaaccckkkkk!

      The sharp criticism from Plouffe included allusions to Issa’s past, when, in the 1970s, he was accused of stealing a car with his brother and of committing arson…BUT WAS NOT CONVICTED!

      According to a 2011 New Yorker profile, ” Issa, it turned out, had, among other things, been indicted for stealing a car, arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, and accused by former associates of burning down a building.”…Auto Theft, Concealed Weapons Charges Were Ultimately Dropped…No one was ever charged in the fire.

      Issa’s spokesman Frederick Hill responded to Plouffe via CNN: “Looks like the Chairman hit a nerve today. Hopefully President Obama follows Plouffe on Twitter and may finally see some information from a senior advisor about what’s going on at the IRS.”

  • Warrior

    Darrell, like any good “umpire”, is just calling them like he sees em. Keep up the pressure, there’s a whole lot more here then meets the eye!

  • skippy

    Way to go ISSA!!! You took the words right out of my mouth!! hahahhahaa… Now get in there and let ‘em really have it!!

  • garygerke

    Do not apologize for calling a spade a spade or backing off for telling the truth about a paid political assassin. The GOP have been cowards ever since Obama won in 2008, they nave been terrified of the MSM calling them bigots and racists.

    Obama and his merry band of anti constitutional thugs have shredded the Constitution, Bill of Rights and continue to assault the American peoples liberties in the name of national security.

    • NObama_Holder_Reid_Pelosi_2012

      Come on now, We know this is the most transparent Administration in history. How we know that is because they said so, so it must be true right?

      • JeffH

        I even heard it on the internet so it must be true.

  • JimH

    If Jay Carney told the truth, he would be audited by the IRS.

  • momo

    Its fun watching Jay Carney twist and turn, trying to protect his boss. If the man had any integrity he’d resign. And then there’s that idiot Axlerod, an unbiased political commontater (snicker, snicker), out on the Sunday news shows telling the world why Obama would never use the IRS for political purposes…it would be too stupid! What a joke, these morons got caught and now they’re trying to cover it up, now that’s stupid.

    • Nadzieja Batki

      What the Os and Carney and Axelrods and Holders of the US tell their followers is actually the truth according to them. The problems arise when there are people that don’t believe that they tell the truth. We are going to have a distinct differentiation in our population, the out and out collectivists and statists and all others (sheep). The human sheep don’t do harm when they form a flock but human predators forming a pack do a lot of harm.
      All this focus on O and Holder and the IRS will only make them become more treacherous and deceitful and cunning because the light was shone on them and whatever malevolence they do will be done more sneakily. They will not go quietly into the night.

  • Dave

    Press Secretaries do matter who are doing that work are the whipping boys… I guess people forget the lap dogs for Bush now.
    But lets put the IRS deal in its proper perspective.
    The first issue should be why were these overtly partisan political groups (liberal or conservative) granted tax exempt status in the first place? They should not have been because they have no business being subsidized by my tax dollars to wreck our system of governance further.
    There was ZERO rejections of conservative groups as a result of the extra “scrutiny”
    It just so happened in the 2012 election cycle there were far more right wing organizations looking to suck off out tax payer subsidized teet.
    The IRS should never have singled out conservative groups but more importantly, these groups should never be tax exempt either.

    • Don 2

      You go Jay, uh, I mean Dave! Get after the IRS to remove that 501(c)3 tax-exempt status of Media Matters!

      • Dave

        You funny Don, You lie for the conservative cause so I guess we are equal there. All political groups liberal or conservative should have their tax exemption yanked but then again, that is the real story but conservatives only care about the non-story to make sure obama can accomplish nothing because their eye is on the 2014 and 2016 elections, the good of the country be damned…

        • Don 2

          Dave, I agree with your confession that you lie. However, please point out what you allege that I lied about.

          • JeffH

            Don 2, now don’t challenge Dave47DCarney like that…he’ll be forced to lie…again.

          • Dave

            Hey Jeffrey… squeezed off a few to clear your so-called mind today?

            Care to tell me where I have lied?

          • JeffH

            Dave47DCarney just admitted that he lies…with these statement.

            Dave to Don 2: “You lie for the conservative cause so I guess we are equal there.”

            Dave to Don 2: “I tell the same lies you do but for the liberal side Donny boy.”

            It’s no wonder Dave47DCarney has no credibility…he’s an admitted liar.

            Nuff said!

          • Dave

            I tell the same lies you do but for the liberal side Donny boy. Maybe you and Jeffrey can come up where I lied.
            1) Do you believe groups like Freedomworks and Media Matters should be tax exempt?
            2) Were any conservative groups denied tax exempt status?
            3) Were there more conservative groups applying for tax exempt status in the 2012 election cycle? Yes or No.
            The only places I could have lied is on questions 2 and 3. So unless you have something to counter what I said, then all you did was present an attack because you have nothing else… like facts.

          • Jana

            It doesn’t matter if they should or shouldn’t be at this juncture, if it is the law, the IRS should not show prejudice.

          • JeffH

            Hear Hear!

          • Dave

            Wow Jeffrey you are deaf as well as blind now too?

          • JeffH

            Fortunately, unlike you, I’m not stupid and I might be fluent in braille.

      • Jeff

        What makes the 501(c)(4) exemption so easy to abuse is the fact that donors are not disclosed. Do you really think Karl Rove’s 501(c)(4) has any non-political interests? When his organization runs its patented smear ads against its opponents, don’t we have a right to know which slime balls contributed?

        • Don 2

          What’s your problem Jeff? Are you sticking up for Media Matters, whose tax-exempt stated mission in life is to go after FOX News and drive them out of business because they don’t kiss Obamas butt like the rest of the MSM?

          • Jeff

            I don’t care about Media Matters’ tax status. 501(c)(3) is not the problem. It’s the 501(c)(4)s that don’t have to report their donors because they’re doing “social welfare” work and not politics. The point is they are political and it’s just a way for rich guys to donate to political causes without facing feedback in the marketplace for supporting an extreme right wing, anti-environmental agenda. Karl Rove can spend billions making sleazy commercials about the Democrats, but if we have to watch the crap we should at least know who’s paying for it.

    • Nadzieja Batki

      Giving the tax exempt status is not a problem at this juncture, the decision was made to give it to all groups impartially. But now the dividing line is drawn to play favorites toward groups of same ideology and undermine the others.
      Don’t come up with the quip that the Republicans do it too because the Republicans are not capable to be so devious and cunning as serpents (it is not in their nature), unless the Republican Party has been infiltrated by Dems/Progs/Leftists.

      • Jeff

        How about following the law and granting the 501(c)(4) tax exemption (and non-disclosure of donors) ONLY to social welfare organizations not involved in politics?

        • Jana

          Exactly, which the IRS did NOT DO!!!

          • Dave

            Yes Jana, on both sides which is wrong and the point I was making but you, Jeffrey and Donny all have special reading into glasses that prevent you from understanding that.
            I guess in conservative world big money in politics and political groups being subsidized by our tax dollars is ok. But to everyone else who doesn’t have an ax to grind against Obama…. we know that that is the real issue here.

          • Jana

            As I said before. If the law allows it for one side it should be for both sides. the IRS should not be prejudicial. Otherwise stop it all. However the IRS is NOT denying them, they are holding them up for 29 months AND, sending in the CIA as well as the FBI and the DEA to check these people out as well as their children as well as their parents and acquaintances and businesses and leaking their tax information to their political opponents. This is NOT RIGHT, no matter how you look at it.

          • JeffH

            The IRS should not be “political”.
            Dave47DCarney is eating crow and making a poor attempt to excuse the IRS of having any WH influence in this scandal or any of the other scandals linked to the WH.
            Tell or participate in the lies and they will eventually come back to bite your minions and you Mr. POTUS.

          • Dave

            Funny Jeffery, 501(c)(4) should not be political either yet they are.

            What proof do you have that the WH have ANYONE at the IRS marching orders to go after conservative groups? None…It couldn’t just be bad decisions made within the IRS could it? Nah…Its not what you and their other right wing loons want.

            Have a nice day.

          • JeffH

            LMAO at more of Dave47DCarney’s ignorance.
            Can you say with complete honesty that the WH doesn’t have any fingerprints on this administration’s IRS scandal?

          • Dave

            As I said Jeffrey, you have nothing. LOL. I feel so sad for you that you spend your time trying to destroy this country along with your fellow corporatist conservatives.

          • JeffH

            Dave47DCarney, don’t feel sad for me, I’m quite comfortable where I stand…as a patriot.

            You said “I feel so sad for you that you spend your time trying to destroy this country along with your fellow corporatist conservatives”
            “corporate conservative”? The word of an ignoramous for sure! ROFLMAO at that ignoramous!
            Can you come up with any more of an ignorant statement as that? You’ll try I know.

          • rocketride

            See my reply to one of your earlier postings waaaaaay above.

          • rocketride

            But we all know that it is going to be political, at least the grown-ups among us do. And we can even predict (postdict?) with an excellent degree of confidence, on which side it will inevitably come down.

            After all, how many constitutionalist, small-government types do you reckon self-select for service in government bureaucracies (outside of certain niche “markets” like the military and NASA in their heydays)? The selection bias is clearly towards those who think that whatever the bureau they’re joining is doing, it’s probably not doing enough of it.

            Not to mention that once they’re in, there is the rational, from their viewpoint, anyway, observation that if those pesky “Tea Party” types actually got into power in any meaningful way, most of them would be out on their butts and having to find honest work in a saturated market and with maybe not so many skills that would be useful in the real world.

            So, guess who gets a rectal exam (in the form of abusively invasive extra interrogation*) and a couple of years’ wait before maybe getting their exemptions, and guess who gets their exemptions within 10 days without even having filled out the normal paperwork correctly or completely.

            To paraphrase Cato the Elder– IRS delenda est.

            * Given the reactions of some of the witnesses in the recent hearings, I hereby propose “raperwork” as a name for this procedure.

          • Jeff

            As the law currently stands, groups don’t even need to apply for the 501(c)(4) exemption. They can just operate that way. It’s often easier to apologize than to ask permission, but no right wing group has been turned down – not even Karl Rove’s organization! How can he possibly qualify under any reading of the statute when all he does is political? Don’t you think he’d have been the first one targeted if this had been an actual political operation? Instead, you’re talking about some small-time tea party organizations that hardly make a dent even in the closest of elections, which this one wasn’t.

          • Jeff

            How many Republicans in Congress do you think would support a clarification of the law making it harder to qualify for the 501(c)(4) exemption? I say virtually none.
            How many Republicans in Congress would scream bloody murder if the IRS re-interpreted Section 501(c)(4) to exclude political groups? I say virtually all of them.

            The Republicans are looking for things to talk and cry about. They’re now accusing Obama of attempting to “pack” the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals because he dare appoint people to fill 3 vacancies. It needn’t make any sense for Republicans to say it.

          • Bob666

            Yo Jeff,

            The GOP will defend the 501(c)(4) to the end as it works far better for large groups to manipulate the system.

    • Jeff

      W had some winners, didn’t he? Ari Fleischer who denied the undeniable. And Dana Perino who had never heard of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Birds of a feather.

  • wandamurline

    It is about time that political correctness is thrown out the window and the truth is spoken…you go Issa. It is about time that someone said what needs to be said …. that this is not untruths or that these were fabrications….what they are are LIES, and you are correct in pointing that one out.

    • Jana

      The Cry of everyone should be Politically Correct was just a way of dumbing down the masses, in other words us. Phooey. I will be silent no more.

      • perry

        At last you have found your voice yea

  • John H. Holliday D.D.S.

    Carney has sharpened his skill at Lying to a fine art. Carney can very easily sell snow and ice to an Eskimo.

    • Jeff

      Sorry you bought all that snow from Issa now that it’s melted all over your new rug. Will the Mrs. ever forgive you? The liar is Issa. He tells you what happened before hearing the evidence. Then, the evidence contradicted him 100%. But he still has his job. I guess it pays to be a right wing zealot. How’s that ice workin’ out for ya?

      • John H. Holliday D.D.S.

        Jeff, as usual you are overdosing on the liberal progressive Kool-Aid.

        • Jeff

          As usual, unable to refute what I say, you resort to burping.

          • John H. Holliday D.D.S.

            Your purpose here is to distract attention away from the known facts and to distort and subvert the known facts. You are easily refuted. Your blogging here is simply unimportant and irrelevant. I listen to Congressman Issa’s methodical investigation process of nailing down the facts and not to brainwashing distractions, distortions and subversions named Jeff or Jay Carney. Carney has taught you well in the fine art of subversion from the known facts. You are very transparent. You would have been a fine progressive liberal useful idiot recruit for the former KGB until when the KGB decided you are an expendable useful progressive liberal idiot.

          • Jeff

            All those words and you managed to say nothing. What has Issa’s investigation shown other than that he’s an extraordinarily dishonest, ideologically-driven hatchet man? He makes accusations just like a right wing blogger, and he can prove nothing. What are the known facts of which you speak?

          • John H. Holliday D.D.S.

            Why are you so impatient to brag about your skills in the art of subversion? You will eat crow soon enough. Wait until the fat lady sings. Wait until Congressman Issa kicks over some more rocks during the investigation process. There will be plenty of time for you to see useful progressive liberal idiots like yourself crawling under those rocks in the IRS. Until then, you will continue to prove to everyone here that you are as important as a gnat and I’m sure that you will continue to prove that fact with blog after blog after blog and again with blog after blog after blog, etc. and etc.. Be patient and witness and listen to the investigation process into the IRS criminal tyranny and acts of criminal treason until the investigation is finally COMPLETED. You must know what the word completed means. At least we all hope you know what the word completed means. We are only seeing the tip of the iceberg of the tyranny and criminal treason against the Constitution, in violation of the public trust, that has been committed by the so called federal government IRS “public servants” of the people.

          • Jeff

            Your post might make sense if Issa himself could wait for the results of his “investigation” to spew his rhetoric. The evidence now shows progressive groups were similarly targeted. There’s no enemies list just like there are no death panels. Issa has a mouth but it’s not connected to an actual data source.

  • Bob666
  • tncdel

    Issa has been as useless as tits on a bull. His record of prosecuting the many Obama admin scandals is about 0-7.

    When is the GOP going to call for Obama to be PROSECUTED and removed from office? A non-U.S. citizen is NOT constitutionally-entitled to impeachment proceedings.

    Obama’s social security number failed E-Verify, and anyone with enough intelligence to follow the simple instructions of this video can prove to themselves beyond any doubt that the document Obama claims is his birth certificate was amateurishly created using Adobe layering techniques. Please see: