Brooks-LaSure, like Sebelius, is a true believer. An online bio indicates she “played an integral role in the passage of the new health care reform law, working on issues related to health care coverage, Medicare Advantage and Part D.” She previously accused Obamacare opponents of spreading misinformation about the legislative monstrosity that along with its accompanying regulations now weighs in at nearly 2.6 million words.
As Front Page Magazine readers are painfully aware, NAN is a Saul Alinsky-inspired group that uses brutal, often violent tactics against its targets. Like ACORN and Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH Coalition, it extracts money from its corporate victims through extortion. (Business must be good, judging from the glossy, professional-looking programs handed out to attendees at the convention.) The group’s motto is “No justice! No peace!” the battle cry of looters, rapists, and vigilantes during the deadly Los Angeles riots of 1992.
Sharpton, who has ties to the Communist Party USA and many unsavory figures, is an unabashed racist and racial provocateur who makes his living by stirring up racial resentments. Currently his most pressing objective is the public lynching of accused murderer George Zimmerman.
Although wise politicians run away from NAN’s Sociopath-in-Chief the Obama administration embraces him because the 1960s-inspired radicals in the executive branch consider Sharpton’s habitual acts of grotesque moral turpitude to be resume-builders. These Tom Hayden-wannabes also think it’s fine for a sitting president to attack the Supreme Court and issue thinly veiled threats against it as it considers the constitutionality of Obamacare.
Sebelius was not the only member of President Obama’s cabinet to grovel before the sartorially splendid leader of poor people whose dazzling megawatt smile suggests expensive dental restoration work.
At NAN’s annual convention in the nation’s capital, Attorney General Eric Holder hailed Sharpton for “your partnership, your friendship, and your tireless efforts to speak out for the voiceless, to stand up for the powerless, and to shine a light on the problems we must solve, and the promises we must fulfill.”
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan, himself a longtime ACORN ally, drooled all over Sharpton, describing NAN as “a remarkable partner to all of us in the Obama administration.” He quipped, “We ought to be holding our cabinet meetings here at the convention center because so many of us are over these few days.”
But why bother? Race-baiting community organizers like Sharpton already run this administration.
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