Skip to comments.Obama nominee for Labor secretary could face questions on New Black Panther testimony
Posted on 03/18/2013 10:53:27 AM PDT by Nachum
President Obama nominated Justice Department official Thomas Perez for Labor secretary Monday -- but the candidate could be haunted by a newly released report that found he gave incomplete testimony on the controversial decision to drop charges against members of the New Black Panther Party. Perez, an assistant attorney general in charge of the Justice Department´s Civil Rights Division, would replace Hilda Solis at Labor if confirmed. Obama, touting Perez´ personal story as the son of immigrants who became the first lawyer in his family, urged the Senate to act quickly on the nomination.
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Why does Obama always want you to "act quickly" or the sky will fall....had our elected decided to read and understand the Obamacare bill first, we would not be in the medical pickle that is growing every day....we would know where the "bailout" money went...STOP elected....STOP and vet this nominee for Labor Sec.
But, we now live in an upside down world where these *leaders/reps* shrug it off with "What difference does it make?".
At least Rush was explaining it on his show, today.
Probably of the Liberation Theology Marxist persuasion like the NBPs are.
You mean like Obama learned from Derrick Bell?
"Need more proof? Perez is president of a Soros-funded nongovernment organization called CASA de Maryland, which counsels illegal immigrants in ways to evade U.S. law and whose officers have ties to leftist guerrillas in El Salvador, Nicaragua and possibly Colombia. In 2008, CASA took a $1.5 million grant from the government of Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez, putting the group in Chavez's debt.
From the beginning of the article:
A secretary of labor's job is to be a fair arbiter between workers and employers. But Thomas Perez, now shortlisted for the job, is so radical he makes the last labor secretary, Hilda Solis, look like Ayn Rand. Just say no.
Make a list of all the most outrageous, extremist and divisive acts of the Obama administration and odds are they will intersect in the person of Assistant U.S. Attorney General Thomas Perez, who's run the Department of Justice's troubled civil rights division since 2009. "
Heck. The Republicans are going to reach out to the Panthers. Isn’t that what their report says?
They want to be LIKED.
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