Update-Bernie Sanders: “We Don’t Want To Cut Billionaires Taxes, We’ll Just Cut The Vets Off?” What?

Bernie Sanders: “We Don’t Want To Cut Billionaires Taxes, We’ll Just Cut Vets Off”

EDIT by David Ben Mosh (Please read MarshalInfidel’s Comment, below):

Marshal Infidel
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Submitted on 2012/12/13 at 6:46 PM

MJ, After listening to the full video, I believe you have made an error of misunderstanding in Sen. Sanders’s comments with regard to veteran’s benefits…. his comments re Veteran’s Benefits begins at ~ the 09:40 minute mark and concludes at ~ the 11:10 minute mark…

Please listen again and tell me if it is I that is mistaken…

 

A commenter on Youtube:

Psy0psAgent

Psy0psAgent 

Vets – Wake Up.

Reactivate your soldier strawman and go arrest these war criminal scum

20 thoughts on “Update-Bernie Sanders: “We Don’t Want To Cut Billionaires Taxes, We’ll Just Cut The Vets Off?” What?

  1. Of course he could just suggest repudiating the debt to Rockefeller and the other banksters, but he’s in cahoots with them, just like the rest of them are.

  2. MJ, you’re completely correct. It’s a shame that he wishes to short change the veterans, but that his been obozo’s game plan from the start,

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  4. BECAUSE

    December 6, 2012
    Obama spent more than $1.45 million on his first two official state dinners, according to White House financial documents obtained by The Washington Examiner.
    The White House Executive Residence sent two invoices to the State Department’s Office of Protocol, seeking reimbursement for the White House dinners honoring visiting Indian and Mexican heads of state.
    Both invoices can be viewed following this news story.
    The October 2009 Indian dinner cost $487,168.86 or $1,485 per person, according to the invoices. The May 2010 Mexican dinner price tag was $969,793.92 and was attended by 200 people at a cost of $4,770 each.
    The Washington Examiner first reported on Oct. 25, 2012, that White House spending on state dinners has skyrocketed under Obama.
    Both invoices are simply titled “Bill for Collection” and seek State Department reimbursement. Costs of White House social events involving foreign dignitaries are covered in the State Department’s budget.
    The actual costs of the two events was not revealed by White House officials to Congress out of concern for “protocol considerations,” according to a 2010 expense report obtained by the Examiner. The White House is required to submit the report annually to Congress.
    The invoice address is 7001 Lafayette Avenue in Riverdale, MD, a National Park Service location. Federal contracting records identify Reservation Number One and the address as the financial processing office for the White House Executive Residence. Technically, the White House property falls under Park Service authority.
    The Obamas came to Washington seeking to inject sizzle into the nation’s capitol. A June 2010 Vanity Fair article gushed the Obama White House would usher in a new era of “stylishness in contrast to the uptight, closed-off dullness of the Bush regime.”
    ABC News hailed the November 2009 dinner for Indian Prime Minister Monmohan Singh as the “hottest ticket in town and the most highly anticipated social event of the year.”
    White House officials had a massive pavilion constructed on the South Lawn that took five days to build. The temporary structure included a fully heated concert hall with adjacent satellite kitchens and a dozen hanging chandeliers to make it seem like “a magical secret garden,” reported Vanity Fair.
    The Obamas rejected Cristeta Comerford, their regular White House chef and a holdover from the Bush term, preferring to import Marcus Samuelsson, a celebrity chef from New York’s trendy Aquavit restaurant.
    Vanity Fair estimated that the pavilion cost as much as $250,000. The White House invoice shows the Indian dinner’s total cost was $487,000.
    In May 2010, White House officials again transformed the South Lawn, this time into an elaborate nightclub to welcome former Mexican President Felipe Calderon. The dinner featured a private concert by pop star Beyonce.
    Daily FLOTUS blogger Lynn Sweet reported in a May 20, 2010, post that the portable concert hall was “a giant lavish venue made up to look like a ritzy nightclub with black walls, black carpet, stunning floral decorations and strings of monarch butterfly cutouts.”
    The Mexican gala was the maiden voyage for Juliana Smoot, who had been selected to succeed disgraced Social Secretary Desiree Rogers. Rogers was let go after a Reality TV couple crashed the Indian dinner.
    Neither Rogers nor Smoot had prior diplomatic protocol experience. Smoot was President Obama’s 2008 finance director and later became deputy campaign manager in 2012.
    Smoot selected celebrity event planner Bryan Rafanelli, who was famous for planning Bill and Hillary Clinton’s multi-million dollar “wedding of the decade” for their daughter Chelsea.
    Rafanelli pulled out the stops for the Mexican dinner, piling up $969,000 in expenses. The regular White House chef was again replaced, this time with Chicago celebrity chef Rick Bayliss.
    Former White House Usher Gary Walters told the Examiner that the most expensive White House state dinner he could recall was about $200,000. As usher, Walters was intimately involved in planning the events from 1986 to 2007.
    Current White House Social Secretary Jeremy Bernard has retained Rafanelli. Mark Walsh, Rafanelli’s business partner, now serves as the Deputy Chief of the Office of Protocol, which processes payments for the dinners.
    On November 1, Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Ca, Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, demanded that Secretary of State Clinton provide his panel with multiple documents about the White House State Dinner spending.

  5. MJ, After listening to the full video, I believe you have made an error of misunderstanding in Sen. Sanders’s comments with regard to veteran’s benefits…. his comments re Veteran’s Benefits begins at ~ the 09:40 minute mark and concludes at ~ the 11:10 minute mark…

    Please listen again and tell me if it is I that is mistaken…

  6. It has been Announced:

    the White House is hosting more than 25 holiday parties this month…. In all, about 14,000 people will attend a White House party or reception this holiday season.
    On Wednesday, the president held a meeting and conference call with mayors of both major parties from across the country, seeking support for his proposal to raise taxes on families earning at least $250,000 per year. It was Mr. Obama’s only scheduled event of the day, aside from his daily briefing.

    White House press secretary Jay Carney defended the president’s schedule Wednesday.

    Carney … said Mr. Obama is working hard to reach a deal with congressional Republicans and that part of that effort is marshaling public support for his fiscal position, with events such as the one in Michigan

    Have a green peas pie for Xmas. While your darling Nigger hosts dinner at the cost of $4000+ per person.

  7. I changed it into a form of a Q, MI, dont have the time to listen to his yammering on.

  8. MJ, I am only trying to protect and defend the correctness and credibility of your site’s reporting by acting as “tail-end Charlie”… Sen. Sanders is a member of Congress so that is definitely a strike against him from the beginning…. But on this issue you’ve got him dead-ass wrong.

    Please listen to the segment I’ve identified…. I’m gonna shut up now.

  9. MJ, I am only trying to protect and defend the correctness and credibility of your site’s reporting

    YES!! I know, which is why I changed it to the form of a Q and altered the sentence.

    I have company, MI, cant change it right now.

    I appreciate the correction!
    I musta just heard him wrong

  10. @Marshal:

    Thanks for looking out. I edited the post. MJ probably got irked with the title of the Y.T. and flew off the handle).

    (We have company, Mj is entertaining & asked me to correct it. I trust it is corrected.)

    -DBM

  11. No worries my dear! I am one who genuinely appreciates your expressed views, and the great amount of education and enlightenment you bring to the web. I have a great affection for your Blog, and I would be remiss in our friendship if I did not point out an error when found.
    I have made copious errors in my day with my initial misunderstanding of the words and actions of others, and I will no doubt make some more errors before my time is finished in this world. When I do I hope you are there to knock on my door and point them out to me….kick it down if you have too! 🙂

    “The only mistake in an error is when you don’t correct it.”
    I said that. 😉

  12. Hi MI,
    I was just WAY too busy last night and we dont do ‘damage control’ here.

    If something is wrong and we were wrong, we leave it there.

    The only time we knock out a post is when we find it is like THE ONION.

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