Nobody is apparently looking at the nearly one trillion dollars that the President and Congress authorized and spent (apparently buying votes and paying off cronies). How was it REALLY spent? Is there any accountability? Wasn’t Vice President Joe (Slow Joe) Biden tagged as the “recovery czar”?
There is apparently a new American secret weapon that the US plans to deploy to wipe out Iranian nuclear ambitions:
Is the National Security Agency Spying on the Pope?
(Reuters) An Italian magazine has gone public with the revelation. It’s gone viral in Europe and since everyone knows that NSA marks every telephone call made on the planet every day and downloads the Internet daily (including this blog), the Europeans are even less amused than the spying allegations against German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Senator Rand Paul called for an official NSA response to the charges of spying on the Pope. NSA has not yet responded to the Senator, however they did issue a vaguely worded general denial that they spied on anyone – which would include the Pope. Unfortunately nobody believes them, or their boss, because everyone knows that every word out of Obama’s filthy sewer mouth is a falsehood.
The Benefits of being a Crony
(h/t Michelle Malkin)
A tech firm linked to a campaign-donor crony of President Obama not only got the job to help build the federal health-insurance Web site — but also is getting paid to fix it.
Anthony Welters, a top campaign bundler for Obama and frequent White House guest, is the executive vice president of UnitedHealth Group, which owns the software company now at the center of the ObamaCare Web-site fiasco.
UnitedHealth Group subsidiary Quality Software Services Inc. (QSSI), which built the data hub for the ObamaCare system, has been named the new general contractor in charge of repairing the glitch-plagued HealthCare.gov.
Welters and his wife, Beatrice, have shoveled piles of cash into Obama’s campaign coffers and apparently reaped the rewards.
Beatrice Welters bundled donations totaling between $200,000 and $500,000 for Obama’s campaign during the 2008 election cycle, according to campaign- finance data compiled by Center for Responsive Politics.