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Ted Cruz had an embarrassing Rick Perry oops moment

Ted Cruz decided to up the number of agencies he would get rid of. He must have forgotten Rick Perry’s attempt to do the same. Watch him forget the agency he would close above.

“There are five major agencies that I would eliminate,” Ted Cruz said. “The IRS. The Department of Commerce. The Department of Energy. ah ..pause.. The Department of Commerce, and HUD.”

Notice that he repeated the Department of Commerce. It is easy to forget a list. However when one is a pompous demogogue, one would expect he has all of his ‘T’s crossed and ‘I’s dotted.



Braver than every Republican candidate on stage tonight:


Ben Carson Is Posting Fake News Reports Ahead Of The GOP Debate

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson's campaign posted a spate of fake news reports carrying the names of real news outlets to his Facebook page Tuesday afternoon in a further effort to make light of media scrutiny about his biography.

Carson's campaign has attempted to downplay inconsistencies in his biography after Politico reported that he falsely and repeatedly said he'd turned down a scholarship from the elite U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Carson's campaign acknowledged that he never applied or was accepted to the academy.


The Road To Hell Is Paved With Good Corporate Donations!

xlnt stuff here:

Obama to seek Supreme Court ruling on immigration actions

Source: The Hill

The Obama administration announced Tuesday it plans to file an appeal to the Supreme Court of a ruling that blocks the president’s executive actions on immigration.

The decision comes less than one day after the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals decided to keep an injunction in place that has prevented the programs from taking effect.

“The department disagrees with the Fifth Circuit’s adverse ruling and intends to seek further review from the Supreme Court of the United States,” Department of Justice spokesman Patrick Rodenbush said in a statement.

The administration’s decision was widely expected, and sets up a potential high-stakes court battle over Obama’s immigration policies in the midst of an election year.

Read more: http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/259657-obama-to-appeal-immigration-ruling-to-the-supreme-court

Me too.

Stephen Colbert’s Utter Destruction Of What Little Cred Ben Carson Had Left Is Magical


A-HA! Liberal Media Bias!!

More coffee please.

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