11.30.2009 0

Appointment Watch: Wynn and Stanley

  • On: 12/01/2009 10:20:32
  • In: Appointments

  • Appointment Watch: Wynn and Stanley

    The mainstream media continue to ignore President Obama’s appointment of bizarre personnel to run the government. Personnel is policy. That being the case the American people need to know about these appointments. This week we look another couple of Obama appointees. These are not isolated incidents or an occasional bad apple. These folks are representative of the appointments he is making with little or no push back from the Senate during the confirmation process.

    James Wynn, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit

    • Wynn has been rejected by North Carolina voters twice for a position on the state Supreme Court.
    • Wynn chaired the Justice at Stake Campaign a group receiving substantial funding from George Soros’ Open Society Institute.
    • Wynn is another Obama nominee who appears to be more concerned about skin color than the ability to perform a job.
    • Wynn’s nomination is pending in the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.

    Clifford Stanley, Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness

    • Stanley appears to have difficulty sticking with career decisions.
    • Stanley is another Obama nominee who believes that racism causes him to not get the respect he deserves.
    • Stanley claimed to have been given “all kinds of unfair duties and responsibilities” while in the military – because of his race.
    • Stanley’s nomination is pending in the Senate Committee on Armed Services.

    These are just a sample of the people President Obama is placing in positions of power within his Administration. If you want more information on these three and many others, please visit: http://www.getliberty.org/content.asp?pl=187&contentid=187

    Next week we will examine two more. Those who are interested in exclusive information before it reaches the public, please contact Don@getliberty.org.


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