Skip to comments.Tom Perez: What You Need To Know About the Most Radical Cabinet Nominee
Posted on 03/18/2013 9:08:43 AM PDT by jazusamo
Today, President Obama issues a challenge to Republican Senators: in nominating Tom Perez as Labor secretary, he implies that Senate Republicans dont have either the guts or organizational skill to stop what would become perhaps the most radical left-wing cabinet member in history.
Whether the president is right about GOP senators remains to be seen.
As they say, I wrote the book on Tom Perez. My New York Times bestseller Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department is largely a catalog of the rancid racialism over which Perez has presided.
The New Black Panther case is one small part. But so are the eighth-grade transvestite lawsuits in New York, and so are the race quotas in New York City. PJ Media has been covering Perez in a way that no other outlet has for the last three years: his wars on peaceful Catholic pro-life protesters, his dishonesty under oath, and his overruling of career DOJ lawyers in the South Carolina Voter ID case are but three more from a long list of radical transgressions.
Make no mistake thats why Obama appointed him.
Obama knows power is fleeting. You have a short amount of time to affect a large amount of change. He knows Perez is an unapologetic leftist from the Hugo Chavez-wing of the Democrat Party. (Not an exaggeration: Chavez once had Citgo make a payment to Perezs illegal alien advocacy group Casa de Maryland.)
Below, a list of some of PJ Medias coverage:
Breaking: Inspector General Report on Racialist Dysfunction inside DOJ
DOJs Tom Perez to Speak at U of Baltimore Law Tonight
Yes, Justice Scalia: Section 5 Is a Racial Entitlement. Even DOJ Says So
Justice Department Prepares for the Demise of Federal Oversight of Southern Elections
DOJ Sends Lawyers to Monitor South Carolina Election With 186 Voters
Federal Court: DOJ Must Reimburse South Carolina for Voter ID Folly
Identity Politics Recruiting at Holders Justice Dept.
(Exclusive) Internal DOJ Documents Argued for SC Voter ID Approval but Obama Appointees Overruled
Eric Holders Keystone State Voter ID Shakedown
DOJ Employee Contempt for Mississippi Citizens on Facebook
Millions of Dead Voters, Brought to You By Eric Holder
Breaking News: DOJ Retreats on Kinston Voting Objection
Criminal Rot Spreads Through Justice Department
Eric Holder Announces Opposition to Election Integrity Laws
Assistant Attorney General Perez at Center for American Progress
Every Single One Fallout: Justice Dept. in Turmoil From PJMedia Series
Well, hell, who’s going to stop the Kenyan-born sock puppet? The RINOs in the Senate? And if he’s not approved, the handlers of the sock-puppet will wait for a recess and appoint him anyway.
So, cave in, kiss the sock-puppet’s ass, and get it over with. Boehner does it in the House, so why not do it in the Senate,
The RINOs will confirm the radical turkey.
“Most Radical Cabinet Nominee,” there’s some competition for that title with this Administration.
Paging Rand Paul.
excerpts from article just posted at The Hill:
The president also noted that as Secretary of Labor in the State of Maryland, Perez fought for increasing the minimum wage to a "living wage" an initiative that Obama championed in his most recent State of the Union address.
Perez's selection is expected to garner strong support from civil rights groups and organized labor, who have said they are ready for a fight if his nomination faces opposition from Republicans. AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka and NAACP president Ben Jealous were both in attendance at Monday's ceremony.
"At a time when our politics tilts so heavily toward corporations and the very wealthy, our country needs leaders like Tom Perez to champion the cause of ordinary working people," Trumka said in a statement.
“livable” for whom?
Yep...Certainly not small business.
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