Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Man Who was Already a Convicted Murderer (Sentenced to Only Six Years) Strangles Stepfather, Who Had Petitioned Court for an Order of Protection

By Prince George’s County Ex-Pat



Anonymous said...

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) is calling for using federal funding for Planned Parenthood and food stamps to help pay for President Trump’s southern border wall, the Washington Examiner reported Wednesday.

On Tuesday, the House Appropriations Committee introduced a spending bill that would allocate $1.6 billion toward building the wall separating the U.S. from Mexico. The funding is part of the total $13.8 billion for Customs and Border Protection.

King said he supports the spending measure, but he would prefer an additional $5 billion for the wall — and suggested taking the extra funding from Planned Parenthood and federal welfare programs.

“I would find half of a billion dollars of that right out of Planned Parenthood's budget," he told the Examiner. "And the rest of it could come out of food stamps and the entitlements that are being spread out for people that haven't worked in three generations."

"We've got to put America back to work, this administration will do it," King said.

A spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood said the group “receives federal funding the same way as every other hospital or community health care provider: through Medicaid reimbursements,” adding that King’s comments make no sense.

“For Rep. Steve King to propose using Medicaid reimbursements to pay for a border wall is nonsensical and cruel. Blocking individuals on Medicaid from going to Planned Parenthood for preventive care will result in people losing access to care,” Erica Sackin said.

King went on that he believes the border wall would create millions of new jobs and reduce the amount of public assistance people would need.

King added that food stamps were created to fight malnutrition but that the people who benefit from these programs are now overweight.

"Now we have a problem of obesity," he said. "And when you match up the [Electronics Benefits Transfer] card with what the scales say on some of the folks, I think it's worth looking at. [Former first lady] Michelle Obama looked at it, Republicans should be able to look at it too."
GRA:King for President in 2020?
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
I was reading and MSN article and went to the comments, you know, where the real analysis is, and encountered this patronizing message:

"MSN has temporarily removed commenting on our websites while we explore better ways for you to engage in discussion on the issues you care about"

What exactly could be better than people simply expressing their opinions freely and openly? What is meant by "better ways"? What it really means is that MSN will no longer allow people that are not ideologically (PC) pure to publicly post comments calling them out on their hypocrisy concerning issues of race. That is the primary reason. Gotta love the way they make it sound like they are doing the public a favor and this is for "our" benefit. What a load of condescending crap, it's being done to protect virulently racist minority groups. The comments field are 80% of the reasons I even read the articles on MSN, there's barely any point reading most of what they post otherwise.

Anonymous said...

Prince George is Maryland? NO death penalty? Having served time for one murder and then committing a second murder is usually grounds for receiving death as a sentence.