Monday, April 20, 2015

What's The Real Deal?

 President Barack Obama blasted the Senate for stalling on the nomination of Loretta Lynch to be the next attorney general. This has been the longest wait for a nominee to lead the Justice Department in three decades.

What’s Your Take? Is it leverage to push Democrats to drop a filibuster on an unrelated anti-human trafficking bill as some GOP members have said or could there be some other hidden agenda?

 



Comments

1. RobertBrown said...

They know that she will as vocal if not more vocal than Holder.

2. Lawrence said...

Republicans say they are afraid victims of human trafficking would have money in a fund that could fund abortions.The real deal they continue to say NO to anything Obama wants

3. Kevin said...

Party of NO!

4. Tonia said...

I agree with Rev. Al Sharpton, who said: "Why is it that the first black female nominee is being treated in such a disrespectful and inexcusable manner?"

5. Long Time Listener said...

This is more about Obama and Race than it does with Lynch. If Obama had nominated a White female,this would have been done weeks ago

6. ManChild said...

She supports the President,she agrees with Eric Holder,she is a female and she is African American.

7. Jesse said...

Ultimately,everything seems to boil down to race with a lot of the GOP,but I applaud Jeb Bush for calling for a vote. Rand Paul has gone as far as to call her a radical because she “agrees with President Obama’s view of unlimited executive powers.How the hell can he call anybody a radical?



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