Justice Department & Mitt Romney

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ), also referred to as the Justice Department, is the United States federal executive department responsible for the enforcement of the law and administration of justice, equivalent to the justice or interior ministries of other countries. Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman who was the Republican Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election. 5.0/5

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There are so many problems we face each day, but today's rant is revisiting the disparity of income between men and women. Companies are unlikely to change from within, either small ones, or multi nationals. I have researched this carefully, and concluded once again, that the lead must be taken by the Justice Department and leadership, even acknowledgement from the President. Neither will be forthcoming. The number of women in poverty is disgusting to me and the price society pays for this is terrible. So next time you "liberals" get a chance to read,or better yet, CONFRONT potential candidates for state or federal positions (judges and prosecutors included) DO NOT BE SHY about asking for SPECIFICS on this; not Democratic or Republican "talking points" or other "shine on Harvest Moon" propaganda to make you feel good at the moment. The sad part is, that there is a religious component to this, where some believe the MAN runs the household and the family. (Mitt Romney comes to mind.) Tell that crap to a wom ...
You've heard about Benghazi, the IRS's targeting scandal and the Justice Department's seizure of the Associated Press' phone records. Well, President Obama's tough week may be getting even tougher. As The Hill Reports, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is apparently ask
IS OBAMA UNINFORMED, A LIAR, OR SOMETHING ELSE? TAKE NOTE: And this is an incomplete list... The Department of Justice seizes the Associated Press telephone records Jay Carney, “Other than press reports, we have no knowledge of any attempt by the Justice Department to seek phone records of the AP.” The IRS targets conservative groups that opposes Obama’s agenda, pro-Israel groups that disagree with Obama’s policies and Mitt Romney donors that wanted to see Obama lose his reelection and Obama claims, ” I first learned about it from the same news reports that I think most people learned about this. I think it was on Friday.” (Note- White House Counsel knew back in April) Four Americans died in Benghazi, Libya on 9/11/12 after they had requested and been denied additional security and the White House, Joe Biden, claimed “We weren’t told they wanted more security. We did not know they wanted more security.” Fast and Furious, a federal operation allowed weapons from the U.S. to pass into the ...
The Obama Administration is mired in a fresh scandal of its own making. The revelation that the Justice Department has been snooping into the phone records of Associated Press reporters and editors indicates that the administration's ruthlessness when it comes to trying to protect its reputation and...
Transcript JUAN GONZÁLEZ: As the 2012 presidential election season heats up, new campaign finance figures reveal Wall Street is heavily investing in President Obama. According to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics, the Democratic National Committee and Obama have together raised more than $14 million from the securities and investment industry, compared to nearly $9.5 million contributed to his Republican rival, Mitt Romney. This makes Wall Street the third most generous industry donating to Obama’s re-election efforts. The news comes amidst ongoing investigations by the Justice Department into massive financial fraud by some of the nation’s largest banks. Yet four years after the 2008 economic crisis, not a single top Wall Street executive has gone to jail. Well, to look at how the politically powerful enjoy virtual immunity from the consequences of even the most egregious crimes, we’re joined here in New York by Glenn Greenwald. Familiar to all Democracy Now! viewers and listeners, he ...
To all those conservatives who will be voting for Mitt Romney next week, please be aware that you are not just getting Romney and Ryan. "When you elect Mitt, you’re not just electing him, you’re electing every right-wing nut he’s pandered to in the last ten years. If the Mitt-mobile does roll into Washington, it will be towing behind it the whole anti-intellectual anti-science freak show. The abstinence obsessives, the flat earthers, home schoolers, the holy warriors, the anti-women social neanderthals, the closeted homosexuals, and every endtimer who sees the Virgin Mary in the grass over the septic tank. Now, I understand having issues with Obama, but stop to think of all the crap we haven’t had to deal with in the last four years. Anybody remember Terri Schiavo? Obama isn’t perfect, but he never turned the entire federal government into a Jesus freak episode of House. And he doesn’t have an Attorney General like John Ashcroft, who once covered up a statue at the Justice Department because i ...
"In Tuesday night's debate, President Obama delivered a bold, powerful, aggressive performance that has Democrats across the land cheering. One of his most effective lines about the oligarchical fraud known as Mitt Romney was this one: 'Governor Romney...has a one-point plan. And that plan is to make sure that folks at the top play by a different set of rules.' "It would be terrible indeed if 'folks at the top' were able to 'play by a different set of rules'. It might mean that Wall Street tycoons could perpetrate a massive fraud that virtually collapses the world economy and causes massive economic suffering, yet suffer no consequences of any kind thanks to a subservient Justice Department - all while ordinary Americans are subjected to the world's largest and one of its most unmerciful penal states. It might mean that the nation's largest telecoms could enable illegal spying on millions of their customers and then be retroactively immunized from all civil and criminal liability. "Such a state affairs co ...
Paul Ryan, the Republican vice presidential nominee, has pledged that a Mitt Romney administration would defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). During a radio interview with Focus on the Family President Jim Daly, Ryan criticized President Barack Obama for instructing the Justice Department to no longer defend in court DOMA, the 1996 law which bans federal agencies from recognizing the legal marriages of *** and *** couples, and promised Romney would reverse course. “It's the foundation for society and for family for thousands of years,” Ryan said of marriage. “First of all, Mitt Romney and I – I'll just say it, it's worth repeating – we believe marriage is between one man and one woman, that's number one. Number two, you know where I come from we had one of those amendments in Wisconsin, I was a big supporter of it and we passed it like you say, where it's put on the ballot it passes. The second point is, President Obama gave up defending the Defense of Marriage Act in the courts, I mea ...
With the presidential election just a few weeks away, a panel of three federal judges this week questioned whether South Carolina should wait until 2014 to put its voter ID law into effect. As attorneys for South Carolina delivered closing arguments in the trial over the validity of a new state law in the state, the judges case is pondered whether the law would discriminate against minorities. Last December, the Justice Department refused to "preclear" the law — find it complies with the Voting Rights Act — so it could go into effect. Voter identification laws have become a major point of contention in this year's presidential election, given the close race between Republican nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama, a Democrat. These laws could prevent key constituencies from voting, making a difference for Democrats in tight races. While supporters have pitched the laws as tools against voter fraud and to build confidence in the election system, the laws are in reality a Republican response ...
Democratic group Moveon.org Political Action is asking the Justice Department to investigate whether Mitt Romney violated the law when he stated, in a 2011 ethics filing, that he was not active in Bain Capital after 1999.
According to an article published by the Boston Globe, dated 7/20/12: "Government documents filed by Mitt Romney and Bain Capital say Romney remained chief executive and chairman of the firm three years beyond the date he said he ceded control, even creating five new investment partnerships during that time." It would appear that Romney filed a false statement to the government which is a criminal offence. Moveon.org is requesting individuals to call the justice department to investigate this situation. If you would like the number for the Justice Department, press like and I will get it for you.
This seems reasonable wonder why anyone would argue ...unless .. well ... maybe ... they shouldn't be voting and someone needs the votes...WASHINGTON - South Carolina is in federal court arguing that its new law requiring people prove their identity at the polls won't make voting so tough that it reduces turnout of African-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities. A federal panel is to determine whether South Carolina's voter identification law violates the Voting Rights Act by putting heavy burdens on minorities who don't have the identification. Last December, the Justice Department refused to allow South Carolina to require the photo IDs, saying doing so would reverse the voting gains of the states' minorities. Closing arguments in the case — which went to trial in August and included several state officials as witnesses — were scheduled for Monday. South Carolina has said it would implement the law immediately if the three-judge panel upholds it, although a decision either way is likely to be app ...
So on Constitution Day, the Obama Administration detains for questioning a filmmaker who made a film critical of the religion of peace and they ask YouTube to remove the offending video, they refuse to answer any more questions about the debacle in Libya ostensibly because the Justice Department is conducting a Criminal Investigation in Libya, and the "free press" is obsessing about Mitt Romney's allegedly disastrous and highly political response to the debacle in the Middle East. Yup, the First Amendment is alive and well in Obamaland.
Obama Thugs Rough Up Gallup For Polls They Don't Lik The Obama Administration's Justice Department announced, on August 22nd, that it was joining a lawsuit by a former Gallup employee and whistleblower against the Gallup Corporation for allegedly overcharging the government on polling work. The announcement comes on the heels of a confrontation between Gallup staffers and Obama strategist David Axelrod in which he accused the company of using out of date sampling methods which, he said, generated polling data negative to the president. The whistleblower's lawsuit has been kicking around since 2009, but the Justice Department joined the suit only after the run-in between Axelrod and Gallup in April of this year. In a scene right out of a typical authoritarian regime, Fox News reports that "employees at the venerable Gallup polling firm suggested they felt threatened by Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod when he questioned the methodology of a mid-April poll showing Mitt Romney leading the president - acc ...
President Obama has some explaining to do. The Daily Caller's Matthew Boyle reports that emails between senior officials at The Gallup Organization, show senior Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod attempted to intimidate the polling firm when its poll results found Mitt Romney leading President Obama. According to Boyle, after Gallup declined to change its polling methodology, Obama’s Department of Justice hit it with an unrelated lawsuit: "Since Gallup first roused Axelrod’s ire, Obama’s Justice Department revived old allegations against the firm that, according to now former Gallup employee Michael Lindley, the polling company violated the False Claims Act by over-charging the federal government for its services." Boyle explains that "Michael Lindley was a field organizer in Council Bluffs, Iowa, for then-Sen. Obama’s 2008 run for president before joining Gallup, a fact omitted from the DOJ’s legal filings and from most press accounts." In a very Nixonian abuse of power the Obama/Holder Justi ...
Hey Jim. Here is some tidbits on Romney. These can be verified: Mitt Romney invests $10 million with son Tagg Romney to start Solamere Advisors with three executives from the Stanford Financial Group. It was seized by the SEC as a ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of $7.5 billion. Allen Stanford was recently sentenced to serve 110 years. The remaining participants are still under investigation. Source - ABC News. One of Romneys top donors, Credit Suisse was charged in 2009 with dodging -- and ultimately violating -- sanctions on financial involvements with Iran, including advising Iranian banks. The group reached an agreement with the Justice Department and Federal Reserve and was fined more than $500 million. Source - CNN Romney top six donors list: Goldman Sachs $676,080, JPMorgan Chase & Co $520,299, Morgan Stanley $513,647, Bank of America $510,728, Credit Suisse Group $427,560, Citigroup Inc $363,015 (Can you name six banks that received bailout money?) Source - OpenSecrets.org Another top donor ...
Lucy, Sheldon Adelson's shady dealings bring one question to mind: Is he trying to corrupt Washington? If you haven't heard of Sheldon Adelson, here's the scoop: The billionaire mogul and his wife are the largest donors to Mitt Romney's super PAC, Restore Our Future.[1] At the same time, Adelson's behemoth company, the Las Vegas Sands Corp., is under investigation by the FBI, the Justice Department, and the Securities and Exchange Commission for possibly buying off Chinese officials to build a gambling empire in Macau that made Adelson one of the richest people on Earth.[2] It's not hard to connect the dots between Adelson's money and Romney's candidacy: Shortly after meeting with Romney,[3] Adelson made a $10 million contribution to Romney's super PAC. And Adelson could win big with a Romney administration if it swept away investigations while rolling back the laws that are a problem for Adelson's company in the first place. That's corruption, plain and simple. As article after article alleges serious po ...
Tell you What friends! When you go to the polls,on Nov.6th. Don't think about,electing Mitt Romney an Paul Ryan. Think of it as, your duty to the rest of us,RED BLOODED, Natural Born,GOD fearing,AMERICAN citizens. Try to forget about Obama,we have to get rid of Janet Nepolitono,an Eric Holder. Nepolitono's imigration dept. have there own agents filing suit, against thier own agency. They want to shed light on the fact,that they are NOT ALLOWED TO DEPORT ILLIGALS!!! WHAT!!! Eric Holder, our Attorney General prosecuted a border agent,that detained a known drug smugler, that got caught,crossing the boarder, down around Lorado TX. Not to mention that the agent got shot in the arrest. Thats just one instance, of the Justice Department's blatant miscariage of JUSTICE!! So please everybody,if you don't vote for Obama,I promise, we won't call you a racist. Thanks, A concerned Citizen.
Obama has vigorously defended the wide-ranging Bush-era warrantless surveillance of American citizens with Justice Department lawyers, and has continued massive funding of the NSA warrantless surveillance capability. Under the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, government searches of American persons and private property require Probable Cause and a warrant from a judge, with a description of what is going to be searched and what contraband or evidence will be found. But Obama has continued, without warrants, to build a permanent database of Internet traffic through the NSA, which will be able to store the entire content of the Internet. The NSA database reputedly includes all e-mails sent through the Internet, all web pages, and the dates, times, length, and parties’ numbers of all telephone conversations by American citizens. Mitt Romney would be unlikely to dismantle the spying apparatus or confine its use to constitutional searches, having long supported the Patriot Act’s warrantless surve ...
Las Vegas tycoon Sheldon Adelson has done more to fund those who want to see Obama voted out than anyone else. He poured millions into Newt Gingrich’s campaign and now is doing the same for Mitt Romney. Suddenly last week there was an announcement the Justice Department was investigating Adelson’s Corporation for possible money laundering. COUINCIDENCE? I doubt it. more like chicago style politics.
July 16, 2012 Mormon Sickness By Bill Maher Forget Sharia law -- the United States Justice Department is finally doing something about a religious threat that actually exists in this country: radical Mormonism. There are two little towns on the border of Utah and Arizona, called Hildale and Colorado City respectively, and they are both made up almost entirely of people from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. If that sounds familiar, that's the polygamous Mormon-offshoot sect of that creep Warren Jeffs, who is spending the rest of his life in prison after being convicted of basically claiming and raping dozens of child brides in Texas -- which almost assuredly will dampen his chances to be Mitt Romney's running mate. Anyway, the Justice Department is suing these two towns, claiming that Jeffs still runs them from behind bars and that local, sect-member authorities and townspeople victimize and try to run off non-sect members by damaging their crops and property, denying them ** ...
On Thursday, House Republicans criticized the Justice Department for challenging voter ID laws. The critical lawmakers believe that DOJ is acting in a partisan manner and that DOJ’s actions show that the Obama Administration is more concerned with winning in November than protecting against election...
Some thoughts from Jim O'Sullivan at National Journal: "Mitt Romney today saw President Obama’s nondisclosure allegations, and raised him. Pretty substantially, actually. Sitting on tax returns and having a foreign bank account is one thing, grating as it is to an electorate leery of big business. But national-security leaks that could jeopardize lives, for the sake of electoral currency, and alleged by the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Democrat chairwoman, is of the stuff that ends political careers. The nearest historical echo is the Scooter Libby/Valerie Plame case, which undercut President George W. Bush’s ur-patriot image, and may have intensified the counterattacks on John Kerry’s campaign. Like Bush did, Obama has commissioned a Justice Department investigation into the leaks. But Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., before backpedaling on Tuesday from her earlier charge, lending a bipartisan tinge to the criticism of alleged politically inspired leaks, green-lighting Romney to tell the Veter ...
Can you believe Mitt Romney running for President for the GOP is putting his money into Banks in other countries? Just so he doesn’t have to pay his taxes. Just think if all of us did this where would our freedom be…This makes this the biggest crime in the United States. The IRS and the US Justice Department should go an arrest him as so as they can….. He should be sent to a federal prison for tax evasion just like “Scarface”... Al Capone On June 16, 1931, Al Capone pled guilty to tax evasion and prohibition charges. He then boasted to the press that he had struck a deal for a two-and-a-half year sentence, but the presiding judge informed him he, the judge, was not bound by any deal. Capone then changed his plea to not guilty. On October 18, 1931, Capone was convicted after trial and on November 24, was sentenced to eleven years in federal prison, fined $50,000 and charged $7,692 for court costs, in addition to $215,000 plus interest due on back taxes. The six-month contempt of court sentence wa ...
can't help but notice in the past couple of days that the ACA was upheld, the Justice Department did not stoop to partisan politics by conducting an unprecedented investigation/prosecution of Atty. General Eric Holder and the Federal Student Loan Interest rate was extended at its current levels. Mitt Romney is probably what hit him right about now.
Spokeskid Blames Bush for Fast and Furious June 21, 2012 All Audio & Video » BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Jay Carney, the spokeskid for President Obama at the White House, just got some questions on the executive privilege and Fast and Furious, and who do you think he blamed for Fast and Furious? You think Bush? You don't have to stop and think about that for very long, Snerdley. Well, you're right. Here's Jay Carney blaming all of this on George W. Bush. CARNEY: The problem of gun walking was a field-driven tactic that dated back to the previous administration, and it was this administration's Attorney General who ended it. In fact, the Justice Department has spent the past 14 months accommodating congressional investigators, including producing 7,600 pages of documents and testifying at 11 congressional hearings. Yet, Republicans insist on moving forward with an effort that Republicans and objective legal experts have noted is purely political. Given the economic challenges facing the country, we be ...
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- The U.S. Justice Department is suing Florida over the state's voter purge, saying it was done too close to August's primary. The lawsuit Tuesday comes just a day after the state sued the U.S. Department of Homeland Security over the purge.
The apparently intellectually and ethically challenged Secretary of State for the good State of Arizona, Ken Bennett, has declared that he may exclude President Obama's name from appearing on Arizona's November ballot unless the good State of Hawaii supply him with ample verification of the President's birth records. A similar request to the good State of Michigan for presumptive nominee Mitt Romney was not made. The rightfully exasperated State of Hawaii has referred Mr. Bennett to the US Department of Justice for authorization to make such a request. In case he does not have the phone number for the Justice Department, Mr. Bennett may obtain it from directory assistance. The area code for Washington, DC is 202.
When Mitt Romney gets elected president I got $2000 riding that he issues an Executive Order stopping the Justice Department from enforcing the Mann Act.
THIS IA S SHORT READ MAYB E 12 MINUTE AND A GREAT READ: Richard Nixon's "enemies list" appalled the country for the simple reason that presidents hold a unique trust. Obama, who acknowledges no rules Subject: Obama and his ilk have no scruples. - Strassel: The President Has a List Barack Obama attempts to intimidate contributors to Mitt Romney's campaign. By KIMBERLEY A. STRASSEL Try this thought experiment: You decide to donate money to Mitt Romney. You want change in the Oval Office, so you engage in your democratic right to send a check. Several days later, President Barack Obama, the most powerful man on the planet, singles you out by name. His campaign brands you a Romney donor, shames you for "betting against America," and accuses you of having a "less-than-reputable" record. The message from the man who controls the Justice Department (which can indict you), the SEC (which can fine you), and the IRS (which can audit you), is clear: You made a mistake donating that money. Are you worried? Richard Ni ...
As a candidate in 2008, Barack Obama said, "I would not have the Justice Department prosecuting and raiding medical marijuana users. It’s not a good use of our resources.” Today, his Justice Department is raiding Richard Lee's home, harass...ing dispensaries in California, Colorado and elsewhere -- and even threatening the landlords who rent space to medical marijuana businesses operating according to state and local laws. In short, while Obama said one thing, his actions aren't all that different than what we could expect from Mitt Romney. I need your help to take the debate over legalization and medical marijuana directly to the national stage and make both the Democrat and Republican candidates for president explain their support for the failed War on Drugs.
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