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between Church and State." Who coined the Phrase? Give up? Answer:
Thomas Jefferson - one of the founding fathers of this great Nation and a creator of
the U.S. Constitution and the First Amendment to that same Constitution. Thomas Jefferson, in 1802, wrote a Letter to the Dansbury Baptist
Convention, referring to the First Amendment to the US Constitution. In it he said:
"Believing that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his
God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legislative
powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign
reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their Legislature
should 'make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free
exercise thereof,' thus building a wall of separation between Church and State."
We will leave it up to the reader to determine whether
Senator Inhofe has made serious errors in in judgment.
He has supported a Conservative
Far Right Christian position especially when it comes to Church and State issues. It
is apparent from the data collected, that the first amendment may be in danger from his
past and future actions as well as other constitutional sections. He has supported
deregulation of banks and the SEC causing the current economic Depression.
Senator Inhofe's office stated that his position is that Certain Religions
aren't "Real" religions. What is a real religion, Mr.
What you have been practicing? He says on the one hand that only certain Christian
denominations are valid. Read the following and remember: "By their Works may
they be known." This is a summary of information collected from several sources
about Senator Inhofe.
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Could it be that
Sen Inhofe thinks he is entitled to special treatment because he is a
Senator, or does he believe he is god and can raise people from the dead
after he lands his plane on them?
Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) is
legislation to create
a "pilot's bill of rights" because he feels he was unfairly treated by the
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
In October, airport construction
workers told the FAA that Inhofe had endangered their lives when he
landed on a runway
that was clearly marked as closed.
"He sky hopped over us," airport
construction supervisor Sidney Boyd told an FAA representative. "He was
determined to land on that runway come hell or high water evidently."
"He come over here and started being
like, 'What the hell is this? I was supposed to have unlimited airspace,'"
the construction supervisor recalled of a confrontation with Inhofe
following the mishap.
The FAA agreed to drop legal
enforcement action in exchange for the completion of about seven hours of
remedial flight training.
"He almost landed a plane on a group of
construction workers on a closed runway, inexplicably, but now he’s the
victim," MSNBC's Rachel Maddow observed Wednesday.
"I did nothing wrong, but at any
time I could have suffered the revocation of a license," the Oklahoma
complained to Tulsa
Fracking Has ‘Never’ Contaminated Water Supply One Day After Spill
Contaminates Stream - Is he a Liar or Just Plain Dumb?
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) is perhaps
Congress’ most reliable defender of dirty energy and evangelizer against the
of global warming. This morning, he took his message to Fox News host Brian
Kilmeade’s radio show, where he extolled the virtues of
a method of extracting natural gas known widely as “fracking.” Fracking is a
new and untested
technique, but Inhofe insisted that there’s nothing to worry about, as he
claimed fracking has “never poisoned anyone” nor ever contaminated
INHOFE: [There's] never
been one case — documented case — of groundwater contamination
in the history of the thousands and thousands of hydraulic fracturing.
KILMEADE: Senator, has it ever
INHOFE: It’s never
While fracking has the potential
to create vast new American energy supplies, Inhofe’s claim that it is
completely without risk is either stunningly ignorant or intentionally
dishonest. Just yesterday, a blowout at a Pennsylvania natural gas
well engaged in fracking spilled thousands of gallons of toxic
chemical-laced water, “contaminating
a stream and forcing the evacuation of
seven families who live nearby as crews struggled to stop the gusher,” the
AP reported. Inhofe referenced the Pennsylvania spill in his interview, but
said that it has “nothing to do with fracking” because it was a stream, not
groundwater that was contaminated.
It’s worth noting that the oil
and gas industry has been Inhofe’s
top contributor over
his political career, giving him
over $450,000 in the
last election cycle alone, even though Inhofe wasn’t up for reelection.
Inhofe’s single largest campaign donor is oil conglomerate
Excerpts from a article on crooksandliars.com
Posted: 30 Mar 2011
Here's Pat Robertson giving his
undying support for Gbagbo. Do you think they are strange bedfellows?
I've been writing about the Ivory Coast volatile situation for a
while now. My last post summed up the situation a few days ago, but
things are happening fast.
Ivory Coast's Gbagbo threatens international journalists in wake of
reports of 'heavy weapons' being used on civilians I grilled Ben
Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor on a blogger call yesterday
about the possible genocidal ramifications there since Gbagbo has
refused to give up power after losing the election and since the Obama
administration has backed the Libya conflict. Enter the new crazy
- James Inhofe. He's now calling for the US to
back a new election altogether and shows his love for Gbagbo.
Amidst post-election fighting that
threatens to evolve into a civil war in Cote d’Ivoire, U.S. Sen. Jim
Inhofe (R-Okla.), a senior member of the Senate Armed Services
Committee (SASC) and a member of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee (SFRC), yesterday called on Secretary of State Hillary
Clinton to chart a new U.S. position that demands new elections in
Cote d’Ivoire to bring about peace. Inhofe, who has travelled
extensively to the continent of Africa over the past fifteen years,
including nine trips to Cote d’Ivoire, wrote for the second time to
Clinton regarding this issue.
Through his letter to Clinton, Inhofe said, “I am
aware that my position is different from that of the Obama
Administration, which has recognized Alassane Ouattara as the
winner. I ask, however, that you change your position in light of
the evidence I have provided, and that you call for a new election.
Such a change would not be viewed as inconsistent, but a wise
reevaluation in light of new evidence presented. It is also
consistent with our American dedication to the principle that
democracy works best when it works for all and not for some. I am
convinced that only through a new election will the people of Cote
d’Ivoire end the increasing bloodshed, stop another civil war and
ensure free and fair elections.”
The election results were already
sanctioned by an International body so a do-over is first of all insane,
but impossible because. the people have already spoken. Justin Elliott
finds the ties that bind them:
Why the Christian right is backing a brutal despot
While the crisis has gotten substantial
press attention, one aspect of Gbagbo's past -- and present -- has
flown under the radar: his longtime ties to the Christian right in
the United States, a movement in which he still finds at least some
That includes a U.S. senator and
acquaintance of Gbagbo who declined to intervene in the crisis when
asked by the State Department earlier this year, a former
congressman who was hired by Gbagbo as a lobbyist, and a Christian
right TV network that ran a fawning profile of Gbagbo, even as
violence engulfed Ivory Coast. The senator, Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma,
today released a
Hillary Clinton calling for new elections in Ivory Coast, putting
him in direct opposition to the view of the Obama administration,
the United Nations and the African Union that Gbagbo lost a fair
Gbagbo, along with his
influential wife, Simone, are evangelical Christians who are known
for lacing their speeches with religious rhetoric. "God is leading
our fight. God has already given us the victory," Simone Gbagbo, who
is both first lady and politician in her own right,
said at a
rally in January. Both Gbagbos have attended the National Prayer
Breakfast, a big annual Washington event run by the secretive
Christian group known as the Family, or the Fellowship.
Chief among Gbagbo's American
supporters is Inhofe, who is the most influential Republican in the
Senate when it comes to African affairs. Inhofe has been traveling
to Africa regularly since the late 1990s and, while the trips are
paid for by the taxpayer and typically involve some official
business, the senator also
missionary work. He has been to Ivory Coast nine times and knows
Gbagbo personally. That's why, early on in the post-election crisis,
when the State Department was frantically
intermediaries to reach out to Gbagbo to try to convince him to
leave the country peacefully, the Obama administration asked Inhofe
to talk to Gbagbo. But, according to a source familiar with the
situation, Inhofe declined to do so.
It's still not entirely clear why
Inhofe wouldn't help at a moment when it might have made a real
difference; I've asked his spokesman for comment. But a
Hillary Clinton released by his office today offers some clues. In
it, Inhofe explicitly takes Gbagbo's side in the election dispute --
even though all international observers and election monitors say
that Gbagbo lost...read on
The UN reports that
1 million people have fled Abidjan.
At least 462
people have been killed since the crisis began in December, not
least of whom were
six women gunned down by Gbagbo
supporters during a peaceful demonstration three weeks ago. If heavy
fighting spreads from the strategic town of
untold number will be killed.
Genocide is not out of
the realm of possibility.
There are already reports of
in Abidjan. At the very least, the country seems to be inching ever
closer toward an ethnic based mass atrocity event.
Forces loyal to UN-backed
President-elect Alassane Ouattara have captured Ivory Coast's
capital, residents of Yamoussoukro say.
They have continued their advance from the north despite
incumbent leader Laurent Gbagbo's ceasefire appeal. Mr Gbagbo
refuses to stand down despite the UN saying he lost November's poll.
Abidjan is Ivory Coast's main city, but a BBC reporter says
Yamoussoukro's capture is a major symbolic victory for the pro-Ouattara
forces. The pro-Ouattara soldiers are also reported to be 100km (60
miles) north of the port of San Pedro, a major cocoa exporting
One million people have fled the violence - mostly from
Abidjan - and at least 462 people have been killed since December,
according to the UN. 'Residents clapping'
I don't think any sane person thinks a new election is the answer
there, except for the mind of Sen. James Inhofe and his C Street
buddies. What will they say when more innocents are killed while they
cheer on their unelected religious despot?
and the Republican Party Supports Rape!!!
I think that all homo sapiens can understand how the mere
thought of an organization that receives government money
through contract mechanisms being tangentially involved in
setting up a fake tax shelter for a fake pimp and his fake
prostitution ring of fake prostitutes can justifiably lead to
going absolutely cross-eyed with white-hot, impotent rage.
But what happens when a similarly taxpayer-endowed contractor
cover up employee-on-employee gang rape by locking up the
victim in a shipping container without food and water and
threatening her with reprisals if she report the incident?
Somehow, it doesn't engender the same level of anger!
30 misogynist Republicans
in the U.S. Senate are totally OK with rape,
at least where women are concerned. Predictably in yet another
routine attempt to serve their corporate masters, (this time the
GOP stood by Halliburton) Republicans voted against women and
for corporate contempt of rape victims.
Some Republican senators
are taking heat for voting against an amendment that would
allow employees of military contractors to sue their
employers if they are raped at work -- and they want the
Democratic senator who wrote the amendment to help them
fight off the bad publicity.
In October, 30
Republicans voted against Sen. Al Franken's amendment to a
defense appropriations bill that would de-fund contractors
who prevent their employees from suing if they are raped by
co-workers. Since then, those Republicans have faced outrage
for what critics say amounts to support for rape.
Instead of standing
up to take responsibility for or clarifying their disgraceful votes,
Republican cowards are instead attacking Al Franken, blaming him
for their votes.
Sen. John Cornyn
(R-TX) accused Franken exploiting the story of Jamie Leigh Jones
-- a former KBR employee who says she was locked in a
container in Iraq after alleging she was raped by co-workers
-- to further his political agenda.
"Trying to tap into the
natural sympathy that we have for this victim of this rape
--and use that as a justification to frankly misrepresent
and embarrass his colleagues, I don't think it's a very
constructive thing," Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) said in an
I guess Franken held a
sledge hammer over Cornyn's head and said if he did not vote
against the anti-rape amendment Franken would crack it over his
What shameless cowards.
To summarize the Republican
position: As women, we are not "average Americans," and gang
rape is not a "serious" issue. As women, no matter how powerful
we become on our own merits, the Republican establishment will
still be hoping for a man to come along and put us in our place.
Not every Republican signs
onto these views -- indeed, 10 Senate Republicans voted for the
Franken amendment, giving the lie to the NRSC's claim of
partisanship -- but this is the undercurrent of the party's
policies. This is what they're hoping to get voters to overlook
when they run a Sarah Palin or a Kelly Ayotte for office. This
is why Bob McDonnell's campaign for Virginia governor has been
such a popular campaign stop for 2012 prospects: because of, not
despite, his opposition to marital contraception and women in
the workplace. This is why David Vitter (who voted against the
Franken amendment) is still a senator in good standing with the
party of alleged sexual morality.
You don't have to go very
far beneath the Republican surface claims of
equality-but-not-really to get to the rock-bottom sense that
women just don't count, that our rights and our wellbeing are
always subordinate to whatever interest of men they might
conflict with. When it comes to it, even the (themselves sexist)
notions of chivalry and protecting women come behind protecting
the right of corporations to imprison their female employees to
shield their male employees from rape charges and still get
new Senator Al Franken however, for
introducing an amendment to the Defense Appropriations bill
that would punish contractors if they "restrict their employees
from taking workplace sexual assault, battery and discrimination
cases to court." You'd think that this would be a no-brainer,
actually, but that didn't stop Jeff Sessions from labeling
Franken's effort a "political attack directed at Halliburton."
Franken, of course, pointed out that his amendment would apply
broadly, to all contractors, because otherwise,
'twould be a bill of attainder, right? Right?
Franken's amendment ended up
passing, 68-30. Here's a list of the Senators who showed broad
Rapists and Pedophiles by
voting against it: (Click on their names to
find out more about them).
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