Tuesday, September 15, 2009

LOOK AT THEIR FACES: Joe Wilson & Republicans KNEW What He Was Going to Say! Strategy to Delegitimize 1st Black President!

Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has been circulating a letter to his House Republican colleagues, asking them to sign onto a petition in defense of Rep. Joe “You Lie!” Wilson (R-SC).

King is going so far in his defense of Wilson that he’s defending the South Carolina congressman’s vote in favor of keeping the Confederate flag waving above the state capitol. Here’s what King said this morning on Fox News:

[Wilson] is an officer and a gentleman and everyone who knows him knows that. … Being a son of the South puts you in a different position when it comes to the Confederate flag. It means something entirely different to the people who have ancestors who fought in the Civil War on the south side of the Mason-Dixon line.
One retiring Republican Congressman said his reason for retiring: "Because I am tired of our party being run by the Southern Dominated Rejectionist party."

1 comment:

Vicente Duque said...

Thanks Dee for excellent reporting on this Racist Madness of Republicans ... History will condemn them as despicable fools and idiots.

Against Republican Racism and Imbecility, I collect good News on the Economic Front :


Bank of America CEO Says “There is a potential for a rebound that beats the forecasts”, "U.S. economy may rebound more rapidly than expected" - Bloomberg.com

Bank of America CEO Says Rebound May Beat Forecasts (Update1)
By David Mildenberg

September 14, 2009

Bank of America CEO Says Rebound May Beat Forecasts (Update1)

Some excerpts :

Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Officer Kenneth Lewis told investors in Japan his “optimistic side is coming back” and the U.S. economy may rebound more rapidly than expected.

“There is a potential for a rebound that beats the forecasts,” Lewis said in a speech prepared for a Bank of America Merrill Lynch conference in Tokyo.

Thin inventories, increased personal savings, lower payments on household debt and reduced numbers of unsold homes may be setting up a powerful rebound, Lewis said. Deep recessions often have led to “strong recoveries -- and strong job growth in the first year of recovery,” he said in the remarks to be delivered on the anniversary Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s bankruptcy filing last year.

Lewis’s outlook contradicts predictions of a “jobless recovery” from Janet Yellen, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and Yuji Kameoka, a Tokyo-based strategist at Daiwa Institute of Research Ltd. Deutsche Bank AG, in a report released yesterday, said home prices in the U.S. will fall a further 10.5 percent and reach bottom at the end of next year’s second quarter.

More Economic Analysis :


Vicente Duque

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