golfboy » 09 Jan 2014 3:34 pm wrote: Misty » 09 Jan 2014 3:32 pm wrote:
It is illegal for public assets to be used for a political purpose.
The executive director of the Port Authority said violations of not only state but federal law have occurred.
The executive director of the Port Authority is not a law enforcement position, it is a political one.
Did you notice he cited no laws which were violated?
You don't have to be law enforcement to know that it is illegal to use public assets for political purposes.
Don't worry, I'm sure this investigation has only just begun.
You don't decide which laws were broken before you investigate, you investigate to find out which laws if any were broken.
Golfboy: And did you hold the same position when the IRS was used to target people for political purposes.
Or when the Obama Administration closed the national parks and monuments, for political purposes?
Or when they sent public assets out to lie about what happened in Benghazi?
1. Can you cite the specific laws that were broken, since that seems to be your criteria?
Imagine if e-mails had surfaced out of the President's Chief Of Staff's office ordering the IRS to target Conservative groups.
You guys would have been screaming for Obama's head on a platter.
2. You mean when Republicans shut down the government?
3. Are you referring to Susan Rice as a 'public asset'?
And still sticking with the story that she was told to lie?