To be perfectly honest, I'm not getting those facts from anywhere other than here, because I lost interest in this 'news' weeks ago.<quoted text>
I quit reading Hips nonsense when it became obvious he was sikply parroting mediamatters BS, as I'm sure his "facts" are in that message. Again, no reason for me to bother reading them, as I can just go to the mediamatters site, and get them firsthand.
Of course, since it's about the assailant Travon Martin, Hip probably has a lot of Al Sharpton "facts" mixed in, with a little sprinkling of Jesse Jackson.
However, I am surprised that you also disagree with the actual facts brought out in the Zimmerman trial, and with the statements of Rachael Jeanel that came out in later interviews. You're not getting your "facts" from NBC, are you?
I've also lost interest in Benghazi, the IRS, and Vacay-Gate, by the way. Personally, I thought the killings at the "Embassy" in Benghazi, were no more or less important than the dozens of other embassy killings during the previous administration, which got no press whatsoever, and even less outrage from anyone. I thought the IRS was SUPPOSED to determine whether or not any groups applying for tax exemptions, were actually eligible for them. And I am still pretty sure that Obama's vacation days over the course of the last five years, are STILL running behind his predecessor's during that fellow's first two years in office.
I would like to hear more about what's going on with the new version of Glass-Steagall, whether or not (after forty-count-em-forty attempts to overturn Obama care) the Congress Critters are going to discuss an infrastructure-based jobs plan,(or any OTHER jobs plan, since that's what each and every ONE of them campaigned on to get into office) and any sort of immigration reform, other than making English the official language of the most diverse country on the planet. And in light of the fact that it's still poised directly over the largest natural aquifers in the Mid-West, The Keystone Pipeline Project still interests me, as well.