The headline on CBS Charlotte says it all:
Dem Candidate Accidentally Calls Gov. Haley ‘Whore’ During Campaign Event
CBS has to cover for the Democrat “War on Women” when the Democrat candidate calls his opponent a “whore”.
First, how do you “accidentally” call her a whore?
Second, where is the so-called “press”? Certainly not a CBS.
Third, why is the media covering for a “sexist” remark like this?
Fourth, Vicent Sheheen is laughing about it with a nice sneer. It was no accident.
Fifth, the Democrat war on women continues.
Here is the video:
Talk about someone who is confused:
Dr. Tom Frieden, director for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said during a telephone press briefing Wednesday that you cannot get Ebola by sitting next to someone on a bus, but that infected or exposed persons should not ride public transportation because they could transmit the disease to someone else.
“Essentially any hospital in the country can take care of Ebola. You don’t need a special hospital room to do it. You do need a private room with a private bathroom. And most importantly, you need rigorous, meticulous training and materials to make sure that care is done safely so that caregivers aren’t at risk.” – Dr. Tom Frieden Oct 2, 2014.
UK Labour politician, Mayor of Rochdale Cllr Carol Wardle, announcing the result of the election saying to the Labor Candidate Liz McInnes: “It would have been that result whatever it said.”
So, there she is apparently stating she was going to fix the election no matter what.
Just read that I wanna get married which is hilarious b/c I will never get married. Why would I want the govt involved in my love life? Ew. It’s barbaric. Sarah Silverman, Sept 22, 2014
Exactly right. The government should not be involved in anything regarding marriage. But in point of fact, it was the progressives of the 1800s that fought for licensing and all kinds of government involvement.
Clemson University required students to submit sexual history or face disciplinary action. One questions the HIPAA compliance for the survey when student names are linked to sexual history. What protections are in place to comply with HIPAA? How long have those protections been in place?
Requests for comments from Clemson about the HIPAA compliance for this program have not been answered.
You can read more about the potential penalties for HIPAA violations here.
Listen to the IRS state: “Wherever we can, we follow the law”. How about follow the law period? Or is that an acceptable answer for taxpayers? “Wherever I can, I follow the law”?
Ocala Florida Treads on Don’t Tread on Me Flag. See more
Cops again don’t understand the Constitution and the Law:
The complexity of modern federal criminal law, codified in several thousand sections of the United States Code and the virtually infinite variety of factual circumstances that might trigger an investigation into a possible violation of the law, make it difficult for anyone to know, in advance, just when a particular set of statements might later appear (to a prosecutor) to be relevant to some such investigation. Supreme Court Justice Breyer