May 5, 2011 Archives

May 5, 2011 Archives

MSNBC's Ed: Where's The Patriotism?

ED SCHULTZ: "I think President Obama and the SEALs deserve a song from those fun-loving American rednecks in Nashville, TN."

Ron Paul: Government Should Have Nothing To Do With Marriage

Ron Paul explains why he thinks we need to “just get the government out” of the gay marriage issue.

Moore: Bin Laden Suffered An "Execution;" Should Have Put Him On Trial

"They killed him not because there was a fire fight or something going on. They went there with the intention to kill him. That's an execution or an assassination, whatever you want to call it," Michael Moore told CNN.

Sen. DeMint On Unions Cracking Down On "Right To Work" States

Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) on fighting NRLB's (labor relation board) battle against Boeing trying to move and create jobs in South Carolina. DeMint says the NRLB is treating the U.S. like a third world country.

Rice: Bin Laden Death Was Moment To "Acknowledge American People"

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says it was "totally appropriate" for President Obama to go to Ground Zero today. "I think President Obama went to Ground Zero on behalf of the American people and not on behalf of his administration," Rice said.

Burlingame After Meeting With Obama: He Turned His Back On Me

Debra Burlingame, the sister of Charles "Chic" Burlingame (pilot of the plane that crashed into the Pentagon) met with President Obama today, along with other families who were victims of 9/11. Burlingame said she confronted Obama about Attorney General Eric Holder prosecuting the men who interrogated KSM, which may have produced intelligence leadi

Father Of 9/11 Victim: Obama "Putting Too Much Spotlight On Himself"

David Beamer, father of 9/11 victim Todd Beamer on FOX News: "I feel some chagrin now, though, about how the rest of it has been handled. And frankly it started May Day, 2011 when the president announced what had happened. The excessive use of the personal pronoun that he used in his remarks, I really felt that was the beginning of the Commander-in

Obama: We Took More Care Of Bin Laden's Body Than When He Killed 3,000 People

President Obama says the decision to bury Osama bin Laden at sea as a "joint decision," not one he made on his own. “Frankly, we took more care on this than, obviously, bin Laden took when he killed 3,000 people," Obama told "60 Minutes."

Obama To 9/11 Responders: You Have "An Administration Who's Got Your Back"

"I just want to let you know that you're always going to have a president and an administration who's got your back the way you've gotten the backs of the people of New York over these last many years. So God bless you. God bless the United States of America. And with that, I'm going to try some of that, some of that food, all right? I appreciate y

Krauthammer: Obama Has "Compulsive Need" To "Morally Preen"

KRAUTHAMMER: "The only way the president ordered the raid the way he did -- a risky operation, he could have ordered a predator and destroyed that compound and reduced bin Laden to a cinder -- the reason he ordered a raid, a risky operation, is to produce the proof of death. We did not enter all of this to just produce a trophy and I'm not sure why

Eugene Robinson: I Would Have Released Bin Laden Photos

The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson and’s Joan Walsh talk about the debate over releasing photos of Osama bin Laden.

Oliver North: We Don't Need To Show The Photos

Lt. Col. Oliver North reacts to details released by White House.

Fineman: Bush Not Going To Ground Zero Since He's Controversial

Howard Fineman says former President Bush had enough "controversy" during his presidency to put himself back in the limelight.

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