Mitt Romney on….where else….Fox and Friends :
“I was concerned that her(Hillary) comments smacked of politicization of the terrible tragedies that are going on there. When she said we’re not going to have mass incarcerations in the future, what is she referring to? We don’t have mass incarcerations in America”.
From : http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/05/04/3654337/mitt-romney-america-doesnt-incarceration-problem/
Military exercises are common and yes even on US soil.
But because we have Republican nut cases and a black guy in the White House, all of a sudden “We’re being invaded”!!!!
“Friends, when it comes to freedom, we must question, verify and vet everyone and everything,” Norris wrote’.
‘One of the best part of the conspiracy theory embraced by top Republicans in Texas is the idea that shuttered Walmart stores are actually being prepared as either staging areas or detention facilities for President Obama’s planned military takeover of Texas’. ‘Some theorize that tunnels may be being prepared connecting the shuttered Walmarts as part of the takeover’.
“The U.S. government says, ‘It’s just a training exercise.’ But I’m not sure the term ‘just’ has any reference to reality when the government uses it.”
“Whatever Jade Helm 15 actually is, I think it is more than coincidental that the FBI director just confessed in February that the presence of ISIS can be felt in all 50 states of the U.S. and that the Pentagon is suddenly running its biggest military training exercise with every branch of the military across seven Southwestern states.”
‘Last week, the House Subcommittee for Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development approved a bill that cuts funding for affordable housing for the lowest income households’.
‘The move by House Republicans imperils a crucial resource that can help address homelessness’.
‘The National Housing Trust Fund is the only resource dedicated solely to funding affordable housing for people most at risk of becoming homeless’.
‘In December, money started flowing into the fund for the first time from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’.
‘The National Housing Trust Fund focuses on the most vulnerable and low-income populations, making it a key resource toward that goal’.
‘Most Trust Fund money must go to support housing for extremely low-income families, those whose incomes are not greater than 30 percent of area median income’.
‘Through their latest bill, House Republicans would effectively eliminate the Housing Trust Fund’.
‘Meanwhile, the HOME program, which targets people who make 60 or 50 percent of median family income, has also been cut by over 50 percent since 2010’.
From : http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2015/05/04/3654419/national-housing-trust-fund-republicans/