Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Washington IRS Officials Were Involved in Targeting Conservative Groups


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Congress was not told tea party groups were being inappropriately targeted by the Internal Revenue Service, even after acting agency Chief Steven Miller had been briefed on the matter. 
Miller was first informed on May, 3, 2012, that applications for tax-exempt status by tea party groups were inappropriately singled out for extra scrutiny, the IRS said Monday.

Also, The Washington Post reported Tuesday that IRS officials in Washington and at least two other offices were involved with investigating conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, making clear that the effort reached well beyond the branch in Cincinnati that was initially blamed.

The Post reported that IRS officials at the agency’s Washington headquarters sent queries to conservative groups asking about their donors and other aspects of their operations, while officials in the El Monte and Laguna Niguel offices in California sent similar questionnaires to tea-party-affiliated groups.

At least twice after the briefing, Miller wrote letters to members of Congress to explain the process of reviewing applications for tax-exempt status without disclosing that tea party groups had been targeted. On July 25, 2012, Miller testified before the House Ways and Means oversight subcommittee, but again did not mention the additional scrutiny — despite being asked about it.

At the hearing, Rep. Kenny Marchant, R-Texas, told Miller that some politically active tax-exempt groups in his district had complained about being harassed. Marchant did not explicitly ask if tea party groups were being targeted. But he did ask how applications were handled.

Miller responded, "We did group those organizations together to ensure consistency, to ensure quality.
We continue to work those cases," according to a transcript on the committee's website.

Earlier, Rep. Charles Boustany, R-La., had raised concerns with the IRS about complaints that tea party groups were being harassed. Boustany specifically mentioned tea party groups in his inquiry.

But in a June 15, 2012, letter to Boustany, Miller said that when the IRS saw an increase in applications from groups that were involved in political activity, the agency "took steps to coordinate the handling of the case to ensure consistency."

He added that agents worked with tax law experts "to develop approaches and materials that could be helpful to the agents working the cases."

Miller did not mention that in 2011, those materials included a list of words to watch for, such as "tea party" and "patriot." He also didn't disclose that in January 2012, the criteria for additional screening was updated to include references to the Constitution or the Bill of Rights.

The House Ways and Means Committee, chaired by GOP Rep. Dave Camp of Michigan, is holding a hearing on the issue Friday and Miller is scheduled to testify.

The Senate Finance Committee announced Monday that it will join a growing list of congressional committees investigating the matter.

The IRS apologized Friday for what it acknowledged was "inappropriate" targeting of conservative political groups during the 2012 election to see whether they were violating their tax-exempt status.

In some cases, the IRS acknowledged, agents inappropriately asked for lists of donors.

The agency blamed low-level employees in a Cincinnati office, saying no high-level officials were aware.

When members of Congress repeatedly raised concerns with the IRS about complaints that tea party groups were being harassed last year, a deputy IRS commissioner took the lead in assuring lawmakers that the additional scrutiny was a legitimate part of the screening process.

That deputy commissioner was Miller, who is now the acting head of the agency.

Camp and other members of the Ways and Means Committee sent at least four inquiries to the IRS, starting in June 2011. Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, the top Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, sent three inquiries. And Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the House oversight committee, sent at least one.

None of the responses they received from the IRS acknowledged that conservative groups had ever been targeted, including a response to Hatch dated Sept. 11, 2012 — four months after Miller had been briefed.

In several letters to members of Congress, Miller went into painstaking detail about how applications for tax-exempt status were screened. But he never mentioned that conservative groups were being targeted, even though people working under him knew as early as June 2011 that tea party groups were being targeted, according to an upcoming report by the agency's inspector general.

The IRS issued a statement Monday saying that Miller had been briefed on May 3, 2012 "that some specific applications were improperly identified by name and sent to the (exempt organizations) centralized processing unit for further review." That was the unit in Cincinnati that handled the tea party applications.

Miller became acting commissioner in November, after Commissioner Douglas Shulman completed his five-year term. Shulman had been appointed by President George W. Bush.

On June 29, 2011, Lois G. Lerner, who heads the IRS division that oversees tax-exempt organizations, learned at a meeting that groups were being targeted, according to a draft of the report by the Treasury inspector general for tax administration.

At the meeting, Lerner was told that groups with "Tea Party," ''Patriot" or "9/12 Project" in their names were being flagged for additional and often burdensome scrutiny, the report says. Lerner instructed agents to change the criteria for flagging groups "immediately."

However, when Lerner responded to inquiries from the House oversight committee, she didn't mention the fact that tea party groups had ever been targeted. Her responses included 45-page letters in May 2012 to Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., who chairs the committee, and Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who chairs a subcommittee.

Lerner also met twice with staff from the House Ways and Means oversight subcommittee to discuss the issue, in March and in May 2012, according to a timeline constructed by committee staff. She didn't mention at either meeting that conservative groups had been targeted, according to the timeline.

On Monday, President Barack Obama said he first learned about the issue from news reports on Friday. White House spokesman Jay Carney said the White House counsel's office was alerted the week of April 22 that the inspector general was finishing a report concerning the IRS office in Cincinnati. But, he said, the counsel's office did not get the report and the president did not learn the focus until Friday.

"If, in fact, IRS personnel engaged in the kind of practices that had been reported on and were intentionally targeting conservative groups, then that's outrageous and there's no place for it," Obama said Monday at a press conference.
Muslim with altered Saudi passport and pressure cooker arrested at Detroit Metro Airport

From Jihad Watch / Posted by Robert Spencer

Pressure cooker bombs were used in the Boston Marathon jihad bombing. "Saudi traveler with pressure cooker arrested at Detroit Metro Airport," by Tresa Baldas for the Detroit Free Press, May 13 (thanks to all who sent this in):
Federal agents arrested a suspicious traveler with an altered Saudi Arabian passport at Detroit Metro Airport over the weekend after discovering a pressure cooker in his luggage. 
According to a criminal complaint filed today in U.S. District Court, the passenger, Hussain Al Khawahir arrived at Detroit Metro on Friday from Saudi Arabia via Amersterdam [sic]. He had a visa and a Saudi Arabian passport, and told officers in the baggage control area that he would be visiting his nephew at the University of Toledo, the complaint said.
In the baggage area, two customs officers interviewed the passenger and noticed a page had been removed form the man’s passport, the complaint said. The man said that he did not know how the page was removed form the passport, and stated that the passport was locked in a box that only he, his wife and three minor children have access to in his home, the complaint said. His hometown was not listed in court documents.
While at the airport, customs and border officials also examined his luggage and found a pressure cooker inside. When questioned about it, the man initially said that he brought the pressure cooker for his nephew because pressure cookers are not sold in Saudi Arabia, the complaint said. The man then changed his story and admitted his nephew had purchased a pressure cooker in America before, but it “was cheap” and broke after the first use.
Then came the Miranda rights.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) enforcement officer read the passenger his rights. The man acknowledged that he understood those rights, both verbally and in writing at 4:25 p.m. A minute later, he invoked his right to remain silent, the complaint said.
Kawahir is in federal court in Detroit this afternoon, making his initial appearance on charges that he knowingly used an altered Saudi Arabian passport with missing pages, and made a materially false statement to a CBP officer about his pressure cooker in his possession, all to gain entry into the United States....

Cheney: White House 'Lied' on Benghazi, 'Worst Incident'                                              
By Paul Scicchitano / Newsmax

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Former Vice President Dick Cheney charged on Monday that “several officials — up to and including President Obama” are complicit in a cover-up to hide the truth about last September’s terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi in which Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans perished.

“I think it’s one of the worst incidents frankly that I can recall in my career,” Cheney said, appearing on Fox’s “Hannity” program.

He said that officials cannot allow Americans to know the truth about the attack because it would challenge the basis for President Obama’s re-election campaign.

“If they told the truth about Benghazi — that it was a terrorist attack by an al-Qaida affiliated group — it would destroy the false image of competence that was the basis of his campaign for re-election,” Cheney insisted.

“Well they lied. They claimed it was because of a demonstration video so they wouldn’t have to admit that it was really all about their incompetence, that the State Department and the White House NSC ignored repeated warnings from the CIA about the trap,” he asserted.

Moreover, the former vice president, who served under President George W. Bush during the 9/11 attacks on the U.S., charged that the Obama administration also “ignored messages from their own people on the ground that they needed more security. Indeed they reduced what was already there,” according to Cheney.

“And the administration either had no forces ready to respond to an attack, which should have been anticipated on the anniversary of 9/11 or they refused to deploy them when our people asked for help,” he charged.

Cheney said each U.S. theater commander around the world has a “contingency team, or an extremist team” available for their use in such situations.

“Where were they that night? Why hadn’t provisions been made to have forces within range?” including one such team stationed in Sicily, which would be about an hour away from Benghazi, he said.

“It makes no sense. I mean they totally ignored their responsibility, partly because they didn’t want to admit they had a problem,” the former vice president accused. “They were trying to perpetuate this fiction that there’s no terrorist threat because they got bin Laden and that’s a lie.”

With respect to revelations that the IRS has targeted conservative organizations for additional scrutiny, Cheney compared the scandal to Watergate.

“It’s one of the most egregious abuses of government power that I can think of, and I remember well back to the Watergate days when one of the counts against Richard Nixon was that his abuse of power by calling the IRS in to investigate — do audits on certain individuals that were his adversaries.”

Rubio, DeSantis Want the IRS Investigated


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Obama’s Internal Revenue Service problems are getting bigger, as more and more politicians are asking for a congressional investigation of the IRS, this after the story broke that conservative organizations were specifically targeted for auditing.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio,who  joins Congressman Ron DeSantis (R-FL) in calling for an investigation of the IRS, and is also asking that President Obama press the IRS commissioner to resign from office.

In a letter to Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, Rubio calls these actions as a “direct assault on our constitution.”
It is clear the IRS cannot operate with even a shred of the American people’s confidence under the current leadership. Therefore, I strongly urge that you and President Obama demand the IRS Commissioner’s resignation, effectively immediately. No government agency that has behaved in such a manner can possibly instill any faith and respect from the American public.- Sen. Marco Rubio
Chances are that the IRS commissioner will step down, but the questions still remain as to how far this government overreach has gone. Its interesting to note that liberal pro-Obama organizations like Media Matters and  MoveOn.org, were not part of the Tea party audit ‘dragnet.’

Devolution Of A Narrative

by / Personal Liberty Digest

Devolution Of A Narrative
A flag lay in the rubble of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
President Barack Obama and his Democratic accomplices have spun themselves sick trying to stay ahead of the scandal they created in Benghazi, Libya.

Anyone who watched White House mouthpiece Jay Carney’s performance in the White House Press Room last week no doubt experienced liberal-induced nausea. And anyone who watched FOX News anchor Chris Wallace spank Obama surrogate Representative Adam Smith (D-Wash.) Sunday morning knows the Democrats themselves have contracted a scorching case of partisan motion sickness.

And who can blame them? The talking points proffered by the fringe leftists who have taken over the Federal government like a group of choom-addled college students staging a sit-in in the dean’s office have swerved from the ridiculous to the insultingly stupid.

Observe the devolution of the talking points over time:
  • Benghazi was a spontaneous response to a YouTube video.
  • Libyan Ambassador Ali Suleiman Aujali is either lying or misinformed when he says the Benghazi attack was premeditated terrorism.
  • Ambassador Chris Stevens never asked for extra security.
  • Information Specialist Sean Smith never warned anyone about his concerns an attack was imminent.
  • There was nothing anyone could have done.
  • No air or ground support was denied.
  • Obama was in the loop the whole time.
  • Libyan President Mohammed Magarief is either lying or misinformed when he says the Benghazi attack was premeditated terrorism.
  • Benghazi was terrorism.
  • Benghazi was caused by the YouTube video. (Note: Obama continued to cite the YouTube lie for nearly a week after his own flunkies acknowledged Magarief was telling the truth.
  • It was the “fog of war.”
  • What difference, at this point, does it make?
  • No talking points were changed.
  • One talking point was changed.
  • Twelve talking points were changed.
  • We didn’t threaten, cajole or attempt to bribe any whistle-blowers.
  • You’re only asking because you’re racist.
  • “Benghazi happened a long time ago.”
  • It was President George W. Bush’s fault.
  • It was former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s fault. (Really? Really.)
  • This whole debate is really a vast right-wing conspiracy aimed at destroying Hillary Clinton’s Presidential aspirations.
  • This is just political theater.
Were it not for the fact that he’s a simpering little twerp, I might feel bad for Carney. As even the corporate media shows signs of interest in the Benghazi cover-up (even far-left outlets like The New York Times now acknowledge Administration misdeeds), his service as the “Squealer” to Obama’s “Napoleon” is clearly taking its toll. At one point late in his dog and pony show Friday, his face was so red I thought he might stroke out on live television.

And the show is far from over. As the liberal monolith begins to fracture under the weight of defending Obama from his own misdeeds, the Democrats have already tried to slide another plate on the bar. It turns out the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of law-abiding American citizens involved a great deal more than just a few bottom-feeders in Cincinnati.

At least the summer ought to be exciting. Here’s hoping we survive it.

Backlash Against Common Core

Phyllis Schlafly / Townhall Columnist

The national news media haven't discovered it, but the issue that is bringing out hundreds of citizens who never before attended political meetings is Common Core (CC). More precisely, it is the attempt of Barack Obama's Department of Education to force all states and schools to adopt specified national education standards for each grade level that will dictate what all kids learn and don't learn.

Common Core means federal control of school curriculum, i.e., control by Obama administration left-wing bureaucrats. Federal control will replace all curriculum decisions by state and local school boards, state legislatures, parents and even Congress because Obama bypassed Congress by using $4 billion of Stimulus money to promote Common Core.

It's not only public schools that must obey the fed's dictates. Common Core will control the curriculum of charter schools, private schools, religious schools, Catholic schools and homeschooling.

The control mechanism is the tests. Kids must pass the tests in order to get a high school diploma, admittance to college or a GED. If they haven't studied a curriculum based on Common Core, they won't score well on the tests.

Common Core cannot be described as voluntary. Since CC is so costly to the states (estimated at $15 billion for each state for retraining teachers and purchase of computers for all kids to take the tests), CC is foisted on the locals by a combination of bribes, federal handouts, and as the price for getting a waiver to exempt a state from other obnoxious mandates, such as No Child Left Behind.

Don't be under any illusion that Common Core will make kids smarter. The Common Core academic level is lower than what many states use now, and the math standards are so inferior that the only real mathematician on the validation committee refused to sign off on the math standards.

He said the CC standards are two years behind international expectations by the 8th grade, and fall further behind in grades 8 to 12. The CC math standards downgrade the years when algebra and geometry are to be taught.

Parents will have a hard time helping their children with their math homework. CC standards call for teaching kids to add columns of figures from left to right instead of right to left.

CC advocates claim that the new standards will make students college-ready. That promise is a play on words: Students will be ready only to enter a two-year non-selective community college.

Common Core means government agencies will gather and store all sorts of private information on every schoolchild into a longitudinal database from birth through all levels of schooling, plus giving government the right to share and exchange this nosy information with other government and private agencies, thus negating the federal law that now prohibits that. This type of surveillance and control of individuals is the mark of a totalitarian government.

Common Core reminds us of how Communist China gathered nosy information on all its schoolchildren, stored it in manila folders called dangans and then turned the file over to the kid's employer when he left school.

The New York Times once published a picture of a giant Chinese warehouse containing hundreds of thousands of these folders. That was in the pre-Internet era when information was stored on paper; now data collection and storage are efficiently managed on computers in a greater invasion of privacy.

Common Core is encrusted with lies. It is not, as advertised, "state" written; it is a national project created in secret without any input from teachers or state legislatures. It is not "internationally benchmarked"; that never happened.

The readings assigned in the CC English standards are 50 percent "informational" texts instead of great American and English literature and classics. The result is that CC standards are very political.

The suggested readings include a sales talk for government health care (such as Obamacare) and global warming propaganda (including a push for Agenda 21). Some of the fiction suggested is worthless and even pornographic, presumably chosen to reflect contemporary life. Another suggested reading favorably describes Fidel Castro and his associates without any indication they are tyrants, Communists and mass murderers.

We should take a bit of advice from our neighbor to the north. Canada has no national standards (all standards are adopted locally) and not even any national Department of Education.

CC advocates admit the standards cannot be changed or errors corrected because they are already printed and copyrighted by the private owners such as the Gates Foundation. Bills to repeal CC have been filed in Oklahoma, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Alabama, South Dakota and Georgia, and Indiana Governor Mike Pence just signed a law to "pause" the CC implementation and hold public hearings.

Benghazi, IRS: Son of Watergate?

Cal Thomas / Townhall Columnist

In his defense of President Obama, Press Secretary Jay Carney is beginning to sound a lot like Ronald Zeigler, Richard Nixon's spokesman. Carney only has to use the word "inoperative," as Ziegler did when incriminating evidence surfaced that proved his previous statements untrue.

Following what appears to be a cover-up in the Benghazi attack, the Washington Post has obtained documents from an audit conducted by the IRS's inspector general that indicate the agency targeted for special scrutiny conservative groups with "tea party" and "patriot" in their names, as well as "nonprofit groups that criticized the government and sought to educate Americans about the U.S. Constitution."

IRS official Lois Lerner described the targeting efforts as "absolutely inappropriate," but said IRS actions were not driven by partisanship. How, then, would she explain why no groups with "progressive" in their titles were similarly targeted? Carney labeled Lerner an "appointee from the previous administration." In other words: Bush's mistake, not Obama's.

The Post's editorial board writes, "A bedrock principle of U.S. democracy is that the coercive powers of government are never used for partisan purpose." The board called for a full accounting. I doubt we'll get it. Take Benghazi.

ABC News first reported that the now famous Benghazi "talking points" used by U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice on five Sunday morning news shows were revised 12 times, deleting references to "the al-Qaida-affiliated group Ansar al-Sharia (and) CIA warnings about terrorist threats in Benghazi in the months preceding the attack."

Carney said Ambassador Rice's initial claim -- that the attack grew out of protests over a video that insulted Islam -- was based on what was known to U.S. intelligence at the time. But as last week's testimony by three whistleblowers before the House Oversight Committee revealed, much more was known at the time.

Contributing to cover-up suspicions is the administration's continued stonewalling when asked to provide information on Benghazi. CNN sources acknowledge that "An email discussion about talking points the Obama administration used to describe the deadly attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, show the White House and State Department were more involved than they first said..." The American people deserve the full story.

The latest, but probably not the last shocker, is a report in The Daily Caller about CBS News Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson, who has "steadily covered the Obama administration's handling of the Benghazi terrorist attack in Libya," reportedly frustrating CBS News executives who claim her unrelenting coverage is "bordering on advocacy" on the issue. Now, according to Politico, Attkisson can't get some of her stories about Benghazi on the air. Oh, did I fail to mention that CBS News President David Rhodes is the brother of Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes?

Coincidental? Attkisson is reportedly in talks to leave the network. Is it because she chooses to behave like a real journalist instead of a cheerleader for Obama?

On Friday, Carney held a "secret briefing" on Benghazi for a select number of White House reporters, raising the ire of reporters not in the room. Is this what the Obama administration calls transparency?

Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA) has asked Speaker John Boehner to name a select committee to investigate the Benghazi attack with full subpoena powers that could place witnesses under oath. Boehner should. Meanwhile, House Oversight Subcommittee Chairman Charles Boustany (R-LA) has demanded the IRS turn over by Wednesday all communications containing the words "conservative," "patriot" or "tea party." And the IRS should.

Democrats now accuse Republicans of partisanship, claiming their motive is to damage Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential prospects. If she has nothing to hide, transparency should enhance, not harm, her chances. We've learned more about Benghazi since her appearance before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in January and she should be asked to account for it.

In 1972, Republican partisans initially accused Democrats of wanting to destroy President Nixon, but most were forced to acknowledge his culpability in Watergate once the facts became known. One of the Articles of Impeachment of Nixon concerned his misuse of the IRS to undermine political enemies.

Journalists should stop protecting President Obama and Hillary Clinton and do their jobs, like Sharyl Attkisson. Congressional Republicans should press for all the facts. That's their job.
Even hell is too good for some monsters 
By: Diane Sori

The monsters amongst us deserve to spend eternity in hell, for the crimes they commit are so heinous that hell is simply the place where they should be...and Dr. Kermit Gosnell is one such monster.

Found guilty on three of the four first-degree murder charges levied against him, Gosnell, coward that he is, is now begging for his life...begging for a plea bargain...as in life without the possibility of parole.

Sorry but the same verdict the Monster gave those sweet babies is the only verdict such a monster deserves...DEATH.

The Monster is afraid to die but NOT afraid to MURDER babies...living breathing babies who had the misfortune of being in the wombs of mothers who are monsters in their own right...for they willingly gave permission for Gosnell to MURDER their babies.

In January 14, 2011, the Monster was charged with 263 crimes, including first-degree MURDER in the deaths of four babies...babies who survived the barbaric procedure called 'late-term abortion'...babies he then MURDERED by snipping their spinal cords with scissors.

Snipping the spinal cords of babies who were ALIVE...oh dear God the pain those babies must have felt as the life drained out of them...and then to be tossed into the garbage...NO...even hell might be too good a place for the Monster.

Gosnell's lawyers claiming that a drug was injected into the mother's uterus to stop the baby's hearts before they were actually aborted (saying this is standard procedure as per abortion guidelines) brings to light the simple fact that the Monster was paid to MURDER babies...paid to MURDER for late-term abortion is legal under this administration.

And how I wish the media would stop portraying the mothers who allowed their babies to be MURDERED to be thought of as victims, because victims are at the receiving end of a crime NOT the willing participants in said crime. These mothers willingly gave the Monster permission to MURDER their babies...NO one twisted their arms...NO one made them do it...of their own free will they did the unthinkable for mothers are supposed to protect their children at all costs NOT aid in their MURDER.

The Scarlet Letter 'A' of years past now becomes a Scarlet Letter 'M'...'M' for murder...a letter that will be branded upon the hearts of those mothers who willingly allowed the Monster to work his evil upon their sweet innocent babies.

Didn't these mothers ever hear of or consider the word 'adoption'...guess they were too selfish...too caught up in their own little me, me, me world to even let that word enter their consciousness.

And after the jury found Gosnell guilty on three counts of first-degree MURDER they acquitted him of one first-degree murder charge involving an aborted fetus, and also acquitted him of third-degree murder in the death of a patient during an abortion but found him guilty of involuntary manslaughter in that case.

It should have been a conviction on all four but at least three babies were vindicated with the ruling.

As for the lesser charges he faced, the Monster was found NOT guilty of 16 out of 227 counts of violating a Pennsylvania law requiring doctors to wait at least 24 hours before performing an abortion after first consulting with a patient. However, Gosnell was found guilty of 21 out of 24 counts of performing an abortion at 24 weeks or later in a pregnancy.

And while this case was for the most part hushed up by the left-leaning main-stream media, both sides of the abortion issue were very vocal. Those opposing abortion said it showed the true horrific nature of abortion (horrific puts it mildly), while abortion rights proponents claimed that Gosnell's dirty unsanitary practice brought to light what poor desperate women could face if Roe v Wade is overturned and abortion is driven underground.

After the verdict the infamous Planned Parenthood chimed in with spokesman Eric Ferrero saying, "This verdict will ensure that no woman is victimized by Kermit Gosnell ever again...This case has made clear that we must have and enforce laws that protect access to safe and legal abortion, and we must reject misguided laws that would limit women's options and force them to seek treatment from criminals like Kermit Gosnell."

Empty words...callus words...for NO mention of the babies MURDERED just more rhetoric supporting abortion...supporting it at any stage in a pregnancy...any stage...including at the stage we call 'late-term abortion.'

And as usual, the left brought the race card into the mix. bloviating that the guilty verdict handed down was because Gosnell is black and most of his patients were poor minority women.

Sorry, but the race card doesn't cut it as infanticide is blind to race and color but NOT blind to the MURDERING of the most helpless among us...babies surviving botched late term abortions at the hands of monsters like Gosnell...babies fighting for their lives...but babies predestined to death by mothers who consider the human life they once carried and so cavalierly threw away as NOTHING but refuse to be thrown into a garbage pail by a Monster carrying scissors.

NO...in a perfect world death is too kind for the Monster but death it must be for the cries of the babies he MURDERED must be heard over his desperate pleas for his own life...and let the mothers who allowed this to happen to their babies hang their heads in shame for the rest of their own miserable lives.