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July 2nd, 2012
04:27 PM ET

Ask Wolf!

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  1. Bill Rankin

    Wolf's point out that the top 2 per cent already pay 45 per cent of U.S. taxes ignores the fact that that same group controls about that same amount of all U.S. wealth. The notion of what a fair share is has to start with the question, Does this top 2 per cent have a fair share of their country's wealth or something larger than a fair share? If the answer is more than their fair share, then perhaps they should be paying a higher tax rate to reflect the disproportionate share of the country's wealth they hold. The top 20 per cent own 80 per cent of the country's wealth. If they aren't going to pay the country's bills, who is?

    July 13, 2012 at 6:56 pm |
  2. Lowell

    CNN has Bain on the brain! Is this the only way CNN a Democratic TV station to help Barack Hussein Obama?

    July 13, 2012 at 6:30 pm |
  3. Geraldine Brown

    That whole interview by Jim Acosta with Governor Romney was a farce. Sorry, Jim is no match for Romney who controlled the interview and there were no challenges to Romney's campaign lies about Obama, his policies, and Obama care. You handed Romney lot of good free time on national television. CNN is radically changing with tremendous leaniing toward apologia for Romney. Weak anchor people like Carol Costello, bad interviewers like Erin Burnett whose approach makes her not a credible commentato, Gloria Borger whose insights are banalr and right now I am listening to you expound on how clear Bush has been on being his own man. I just wonder what changes are happening at CNN. Who is going to take John King's – your new co partner seems to being groomed for something. I must admit she is the strongest female on the 4 to 6 lots. The daytime women who follow Costellor are doing well .They are professional. But I am disturbed at the Republican leaning tone that I continue to hear. And there is a lot of implicit "bashing" of the President.

    July 13, 2012 at 6:26 pm |
    • Geraldine Brown

      Sorry – "Bush" should read Romney.

      July 13, 2012 at 6:27 pm |
      • Geraldine Brown

        Wolfe, I am done with you – you certainly sound incredibly empathetic toRgmney's cause. The issue that the very rich pay 1/2 the income taxes to the country means nothing in terms of what they pay as individuals. That is a fallacious argument. If you are rich, you pay a lot; if you are not rich and struggling, you pay less or none. Your point is supercilious. And Kate's downright scorn at Paul Begala was so obvious. Maybe she will not be what I want her to be. But you cannot deny that there has definitely taken a very long turn to the right. Guess the Corporate world is teaming up, including CNN and Time Warner. You have lost your credibility. I am going back to Public Television, and network shows whose bias is nowhere as bad as CNN has become. We have Fox to do their thing; CNN does not need to follow.

        July 13, 2012 at 6:45 pm |
  4. Griff

    "Let keep it running right up to the fall of the once US empire, or didn't you ever have one??"

    July 13, 2012 at 6:19 pm |
  5. frank kaltenekker

    Hey wolf we hear from Mitt Romney almost everyday nowadays would some one from the CNN team please ask Mitt for A,B, C,D.E,F, so on and so forth of what this candidate hopes to do to fix the economy he talks a lot but never gives specific people want to know his position on a lot of issues but his response are certainly vague wheres the beef Mitt. Please explain yourself in more detail. and clear language Mr. Romney.Thanks Wolf

    July 13, 2012 at 6:19 pm |
  6. Griff

    "I just happen to have faith in MItt, and CNN are going to have to swallow their moment of 2009, and wake up to reallity of today and 2013 when moments won't count anymore,"

    July 13, 2012 at 6:11 pm |
  7. Griff

    "Well it's veterans night for me again, and Karaoke! So my supper will already be made to come home to. As for Condoleeza for VP? I suppose she is thinking like last time 'she doesn't want to known as the spoiler' and want's to watch/listen. But if Bidden throws a little too-much dirt on the GOP, I think it will help change her mind. If Bidden can get racial, then so can Condoleeza!"

    July 13, 2012 at 5:35 pm |
  8. Beck

    Wolf, in your segment today concerning Syrian chemical weapons, Candy Crowley stated that Saddam Hussein used chemical weapons against the Kurds. Everyone knows that Saddam Hussein first used chemical weapons against Iran in the Iran-Iraq War before using them against the Kurds and his own people. In fact, if there had been more of an outrage when he used them against Iran maybe Saddam could have been stopped in further using them. Saddam was being supported by the US (following the Kissinger doctrine) and other nations at the time. Why would Candy Crowley leave off this important fact?

    July 13, 2012 at 5:25 pm |
  9. Stephanie

    Thursday on your Situation Room you were arguing the benefits to the middle class of being able to purchase items made in China. You suggested Apple products would cost significantly more if manufactured in the US. Time for your own fact check! Well over a month ago, Christine Romans did a part by part analysis of an apple product currently manufactured in China and found the parts could be purchased as they are now and assembled in US with higher labor costs and still make a remarkable profit for Apple.

    July 13, 2012 at 5:23 pm |
  10. Illumination

    SEC filings, Mitt Romney's sworn testimony and comments from Mitt's own lawyer demonstrate he is lying about his role at Bain subsequent to 1999. What is John King trying to prove. That he's the other half od "One lies, and the other swears to it."

    July 13, 2012 at 4:48 pm |
  11. Cindy

    President Obama's campaign claims about in-sourcing are ridiculous. President Obama's first comments in office about jobs being outsourced were to the effect they were not worth the time get the jobs back as they didn't pay well. President Obama's claims that he cares about outsourcing are totally false and is just encouraging me too vote for Romney and I am a democrat.

    July 13, 2012 at 4:20 pm |
  12. llumination

    Why are Wolf Blitzer, David Gergan, John King and the rest of the CNN political team covering for Mitt Romney. Why didn't they unearth the revelations that the Washington Post and Mother Jones unearthed. And Wolf, your commentary on outsourcing being of benefit to the American consumer is ludicrous. CNN, there's a reason your rankings are going in the cesspool. Getting rid of this goofball will be a step in the right direction.

    July 13, 2012 at 3:00 pm |
  13. Griff

    "Well, Wolfe. I went to my favorite store again this morning, and it's almost empty of customers; lots of perishables, but business??? It was my favorite store a year ago before the staff went on strike, now they're having troubles. Once you lose customers it's har to get them to return, yet another store has opened and there are lots of customres there (too exspensive for me!) Solution?? You either get a good gimic, or move on. Me? I say find the Gimic, and keep the prices low!!!"

    July 13, 2012 at 2:36 pm |
  14. John

    Wolf why do you think the ratings at CNN are going down some programs as low as 154,000 viewers? Let me guess. when you report that Romney is an outsourcer but Mr. Obama sends 29 billilon dollars overseas. I`m sorry according to Roland and Donna that is a racist statemenmt. Maybe when you portray Romney as rich and out of touch but say nothing about Mr. Obama being rich and not understanding business. I`m sorry according to Roland and Donna that is a racist statement. Maybe when you portray mormonism as evil but Black Liberation Theology which Mr. Obama practices and is based on Marxism is good. I`m sorry according to Roland and Donna that was a racist staement. You know I can go on and on but even the dimmest light bulb in the pack can get the point.

    July 13, 2012 at 1:21 am |
  15. Karen Diamond

    Wolf your opinion on outsourcing is unbelievable; Americans would be financially able to purchase the items you discussed if businesses offered those shipped jobs here in the US. Your idea that we should be happy with outsourcing and to obtain cheap goods and service fits into the overall corporate belief. I’m sure as someone from Buffalo, NY, you of all people should see how corporations have hurt so many of your friends and family…. I’m sure if Tim Russert were alive, those words would never have been said

    July 12, 2012 at 7:25 pm |
  16. Griff

    "Romney had a retainer fee, but he did not work for his customer1'

    July 12, 2012 at 7:14 pm |
  17. Vegas nelson

    Mr. Blitzer made sure that his opinion was that outsourcing to China and elsewhere is terrific for Americans since we Americans love to save money and American made products are to costly. May I make a suggestion, outsource Mr. Blitzer's job to a Chinese anchor and probably save hundreds of thousands of dollars while lessening the amount of commercials for better TV enjoyment. Bet he doesn't like that suggestion which I might add is common sense from his own perspective.

    July 12, 2012 at 7:07 pm |
  18. Larry Poulsen

    CNN's ratings are down, they axe John King (that's a good thing), but they put you on for THREE HOURS!! You're probably a nice guy Wolf, however that's a bit much. Can't see how ratings will improve with that brillant stroke.

    July 12, 2012 at 6:43 pm |
  19. Gretchen

    We are fired up and ready to fight back.We are witnessing on a daily basis the hypocrisy of network and sadly Wolf Blitzer.I don't know how many of you remember the 2008 campaign and how this network as well as others kept running Rev Wright and talking about whether Obama was ready to be president.Now it's all quite on Romney and his Mormon faith ,who believes that Black people are devils and the cursed people from cain.Somehow that's not considered important enough to question Romney about,he didnt just sit in a mormon church he was a bishop in that church.this week on CNN a news achor Brooke called our sitting president a murderer or she talked the man who wrote the esquire magazine article about a drone strike that killed an american citizen,that was crazy for her to even imply that Obama is a murderer.Never once did I hear a Cnn reporter call a sitting president a murderer for striking at terrorist,of course it was wrong that an american died but we are at war against terrorist.CNN has not been fair in it's coverage in this election cycle,I've yet to see or hear a re[porter ask Romney exactly how he would create jobs,or about him wanting to dismantle medicare,and social security.I remember when this network kept running when Pres.Obama saying people cling to guns and religion when they are troubled about the economy,but Mitt Romney said I"I DON'T CARE ABOUT THE POOR,THEY HAVE THEIR SAFETY NET" and you people act as though he didnt say it.Is this net work taking money fromthe koch brothers,are you all Romney supporters.I don't think that this one sided reporting is fair and I plan to take this to twitter and facebook,We will call CNN out and we will talk about Romney's racist religion.

    July 12, 2012 at 6:34 pm |
  20. Dan Fox

    Please Wolf, just shut up about your thoughts as to wether the President should have gone to the NAACP convention. They were not concerned and neither or we.

    July 12, 2012 at 4:53 pm |
    • Gretchen

      Wolf Blitzer is an obvious Romney supporter.He wish this dumb tactic would turn african americans against Obama,and it won't

      July 12, 2012 at 6:41 pm |
  21. rob

    Why do you allow these democrats to waste and steal our time and the publics with a lot of nonsense , on if Romney was or was not in Bain, how much he made etc.....
    If they have any pants, they should talk about facts and numbers. and stop acting like they are part of a soviet style mentality.
    This country is sinking into a financial abyss , and the president is leading the charge..
    Is he not supposed to lead?? show the way, try to find a compromise?? A solution???
    Does he want to be remembered as the president who sank the USA???

    As one of the best and balanced news programs ( even though being on cnn ) why dont you try to put some sense into these peoples heads??

    Why do we allow the politicians exhibit a low level IQ state, and bring us along with them.
    We want BETTER..
    Show them the way.

    July 12, 2012 at 4:40 pm |
  22. David

    You made sure your audience saw that Romney was booed in front of NAACP crowd. Then you let them know of the rousing reception Biden received. Why is it you didn't let them know of the standing ovation Romney received at the end of his speech? Is it that you are trying to lead the sheep in a certain direction i.e. (vote Obama). You are dishonest !!!!

    July 12, 2012 at 4:36 pm |
  23. Griff

    "Do you own the 'Situation Room' Wolfe??? We only have your name here??? How many other company's do you loan your name to???"

    July 12, 2012 at 3:29 pm |
  24. Rachel

    Wolf i do not know why you have Kate Bolduan with you...it is the most boring 1hr....with her

    July 11, 2012 at 8:21 pm |
  25. Rachel

    Wolf why did you fact check only Obama for job oversea not Romney...you are soooo Republican...you are not fair in no way...Stop being negative toward Obama and be fair this it not Fox News

    July 11, 2012 at 5:41 pm |
    • litalatina

      I agree with you. I have been watching the Situation Room for many years and I have noticed that Wolf Blitzer and Jack Cafferty use this program to defend Mitt Romney and attack President Obama. Does Romney Campaign is paying you guys?

      July 12, 2012 at 4:44 pm |
      • Gretchen

        I think they are getting money for this all out assault on Obama.I suggest we call CNN out for all this dirty one sided reporting

        July 12, 2012 at 6:49 pm |
  26. Dan Louisville, Ky

    Every candidate running for office or reelection should be asked point-blank: "If Simspon-Bowles in its entirety is put before the Congress, will you support it". It is NOT acceptable to say "I like parts of it". That is NOT an answer. My biggest disappointment with Obama has been ignoring his own Commission, but I will still vote for him because he is genuine and decent. The GOP wants you to THINK its about jobs. That is LIE. The Tea Party and the Christian Conservatives want to drive legislation ending abortion, defining "personhood" at conception, and a host of other extreme notions.. The primaries PROVED that the GOP does not trust Romney and they will continually dictate on a weekly basis which hoops he must jump in order for them to tolerate him. They will likely insist on a Tea Party colleague as VEEP, just as they did with "moderate" McCain. My guess is Marco Rubio.

    July 11, 2012 at 1:12 pm |
  27. J Greene

    Speaking of keeping secrets, what about Obama's school records including Harvard and all the other schools he went to? Where are are those records and why were they kept secret? If he is so intelligent, I would think he would want them revealed. The American people deserve to know how well their leaders did in school. Frankly school records are just as important as tax records in my opinion.
    I am tired of the hippocrisy the media has when it comes to politics. You guys are not doing your jobs because you are covering up for the liberals that you want to elect. Or else you just don't report it. Where were you on Obama's secrets...missing in action as were all the other liberal media? The scary thing is; freedom is lost when the people don't get all the facts.

    July 10, 2012 at 6:16 pm |
    • James Carroll

      Here, Here!

      July 11, 2012 at 4:22 pm |
    • Gretchen

      That's all a bunch of crap,George W Bush family history was erased from public libraries ,I think it had something to do with Nazi's in their family .Also have ytou heard of the skull and bones society,they are a part of that too,the Bush's.So go ahead and dig to find some school info on Obama.Why not dig up Romney's pass,since he is such a staunch believer in the mormon faith ,and he was a bishop,see if he really thinks that black people are cursed and once believed in plural marriage.

      July 12, 2012 at 6:55 pm |
  28. Sasha Towfigh

    How can we effectively repeal citizens united in a fair and responsible

    July 10, 2012 at 5:00 pm |
  29. John

    Hey Wolf when are you going to tell your viewers the truth? I am a small business owner if my expenses go up thru taxation or anything else I either raise my prices, cut workers or cut workers pay. Either the President doesn`t really care about the people or he just has no clue about business. I beleive both.

    July 10, 2012 at 2:11 am |
  30. Griff

    "Now you know why I say, 'all new business should be free of tax for the first few years'. You don't need to borrow from banks when you left to control your own accounts!"

    July 9, 2012 at 6:39 pm |
  31. Scott Cheffer

    OK, now there is a new term in the tax / no tax flap. What are the definitions of small businesses? It would seem defendable to declare any business not in the DJIA as small businesses. If that's too restrictive, how about not on the Fortune 500? Is a McDonalds franchise a small business?
    The point is what small business owners will be affected when we cancel the Bush tax cuts? This term is useless unless we define it. As my favorite professor taught, "Text without context is pretest."

    July 9, 2012 at 6:07 pm |
  32. Illumination

    Why is Wolf Blitzer and the CNN political team covering up the dirty little secret about Mitt Romney's Cayman Island and Bermuda Accounts. Is it not true that he his receiving payments from Bain Capital in these accounts?

    July 9, 2012 at 5:14 pm |
  33. Griff

    "Imagine Gloria if you can! If you have no money up front, and you go for a loan to invest in a business, would you get one??? NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

    July 9, 2012 at 4:09 pm |
  34. Pamela holt

    Dear wolf, why is it with the fact that cnn and other media news outlets, after having informed the public that black americans have the highest unemployment, not gone further reporting that by allowing illegal immigrants, to legally work in our country, of laws, is not only put black unemployed americans in the process of having to compete with these illegals, but is a slap in the face, as it is unconstitutional and violates their rights????? i know that you are biased toward the president, but you are soposed to be a news anchor.....

    July 9, 2012 at 4:03 pm |
  35. John

    Heres a new one . If all the Democraric pundits say Obamacare was modeled after Romneycare and what is good for MA is good for the country then tell me why if right to work is good for some states does that mean it is good for the country. I live in Florida and we beleive stand your ground is good so all Democrats should beleive it is good for the country. We also don`t pay state income tax so that must be good for the country. I can go on but you can see if you are smart that the Dems are making a not only ridiculous argument but stupid also.I wonder if anyone in this country besides myself and Allen West has the guts to stand up for the truth.

    July 9, 2012 at 4:00 pm |
  36. Doug Ericson.

    I like the photo of Mr. Blitzer here. He has a Mona Lisa like smile on his face. He seems to be looking directly at you. Is he angry or slightly bemused?

    July 9, 2012 at 12:36 pm |
  37. LIsa

    Wolf,
    You were completely out of line in your interview with LT Tammy Duckworth. Your time as a "journalist" is over. CNN needs to get out of the news magazine business. There is no more real news here and Wolf is leader of that pack. CNN do your job or quit calling yourself a news organization. Sad.

    July 9, 2012 at 9:42 am |
  38. raymond

    what has happened to collin powell, michael steele,candy rice and the rest of the minority gops? did they finnaly realize that they don't belong in the republican party.

    July 7, 2012 at 5:25 pm |
  39. John

    I would like to know why if I say the President is doing a terrible job and never takes responsibility for the economy I am a racist. I watched Don Lemon say stop blaming everything else but that is okay.Everytime I go to Mcdonalds and go to the soda machine reaching for a sprite I turn around expecting Rev. Sharpton, Jesse Jackson or Roland Martin to be calling me a racist.In the past three years people like I just mentioned and even entire networks have done more harm to the black community than in the history of this country. The worst part they have done it just for their own selfishness.

    July 7, 2012 at 2:47 am |
  40. mikeVa

    How did Mitt Romney turn $32K into $102M? Maybe CNN could do its job. All 300 million people or so in the United States can only contribute a few thousand dollars to a tax deferred IRA. CNN should play ask Mitt. He'll tell you that he got a special rule written for him to contribute any amount of their earnings into a tax deferred IRA.

    Mysteries also arise when one looks at Romney’s individual retirement account at Bain Capital. When Romney was there, from 1984 to 1999, taxpayers were allowed to put just $2,000 per year into an I.R.A., and $30,000 annually into a different kind of plan he may have used. Given these annual contribution ceilings, how can his I.R.A. possibly contain up to $102 million, as his financial disclosures now suggest?

    http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2012/08/investigating-mitt-romney-offshore-accounts

    July 6, 2012 at 8:09 pm |
  41. jamie shaffner

    Wolf.. My question is how can Govt send money overseas but block a company in Ohio from hiring and USDA lost their funding package, now lay off's and a shut down of a Organic research farm? Spoke to all Rep's and Members of Congress only to get we are to busy its election year??? Ohio farmers are not happy at all

    July 6, 2012 at 7:01 pm |
  42. Edmund Montefusco

    Everyone talks about the unemployment numbers but no one addresses the retirement of the “Baby Boomers.” A large segment of the population will be retiring and, in my opinion, this should offset a percentage of unemployment in the next several years. This is a huge group in the population and should help the unemployment rate if they are replaced by active job seekers. Will this make a dent in the unemployment numbers?

    July 6, 2012 at 6:57 pm |
    • maineiacle

      CURRENTLY. everything I read and hear states we need to create a measly 125 thousand jobs per month just to keep up with those entering the workforce. We are now in summer when temp hiring is up and we can't even get that many jobs now. 90 thousand at the beginning of summer??????? Leads me to believe the only people that are hiring are temp jobs and those that are being given fluff pieces by the media to make it appears as though many are hiring. The outlook does not look good. President Obama can spin it any way he wants. "Lipstick on a pig"

      July 6, 2012 at 8:24 pm |
  43. John

    Lets all keep in mind the Obama Administration changed the way they calculate unemployment January of 2010. What would the number be today if they counted the 800,000 illegals he just gave amnesty to. Always remember figures don`t lie but liars figure.

    July 6, 2012 at 12:17 am |
  44. Lauren M. Ronda NC

    Wolf , If you were not a CNN Reporter , What would you be doing ?

    July 5, 2012 at 7:15 pm |
  45. Billy Jacskon

    am the owner of Olympic Advanved Driving School which is located Chicago Heights. Ill. 60411. My school was closed down the Illinois Secretary of State, (SOS), because I worked 4 weeks at a approved High School Driver Education program. In 2007 a new law was implement that prohibited owners of driving schools to word at a high school. I did not get a notice of the change. On July 9, 2008, an employee of the Illinois Secretary of State came to my school and closed me down. What is odd about all of this is that the SOS violated Rules from the Illinois Administrative Codes. The Code the SOS violated states that prior to the cancellation of a school or instructor's licenses the SOS will conduct a hearing.. The SOS violated my Rights of Due Peocess by canceling my licenses, (took my right to make a living away), and then gave me a hearing a month later. The SOS has been asking for court continuances for three years. My case is is at the Illinoios Appeljate Court and the SOS has already got three extensions. There are several other violations the SOS has committed such perjury and suppression of evidence. The State of Illinois is the State of Illinois if you know what I mean. I need help to find JUSTICE in Illinois.

    Billy D. Jackson
    360 West 16ty Street
    Chicago Heights, Illinois 60411
    708 217 5086

    July 5, 2012 at 6:50 pm |
  46. Griff

    "Electronicss is just a circuit board! Have you ever seen one, Wolfe??? Not much to look at, yet you risk your life on it."

    July 5, 2012 at 5:20 pm |
  47. Julia West

    Mr. Wolf Please tell me why they are insisting upon calling the "penality" for not subscribing to the new health care program a tax. My husband and I did not subscribe to the part D (Priscription drug plan) of Medicare when it was offered....we now have taken the plan and we are paying over $20 each monthly as a "penality" for not subscribing originally.....what is the difference between this penality and the so called now "Tax" for not subscribing to the new health care program.

    July 5, 2012 at 5:10 pm |
  48. Gary Taylor

    Wolf...the dialogue of is it a tax or penalty is ridiculous at best. The court said tax not penalty and most important....the IRS will collect. If it looks like a tax and is collected by IRS....it's a bloody tax. So now that is decided...tax or penalty is only wording to win votes and dupe the voters.

    Romney says different each day although it looks very, very similar to his tax/penalty for his healthcare when a governor.

    The healthcare act is a good thing for Americans. All people deserve healthcare versus spending on war and bombs. This is really only about priorities. Do you want corporate bailouts, big $ being sent to foreign countries which usually ends up in the pockets of country leaders. Give us a break...how stupid do they think we are?

    The president has been campaigning for to years. Their ego and need to remain in office at all costs is sickening. A two year campaign....give us a break. A billion $$$ to be reelectedis just plain sick. All these guys are not working for the people ....they are working only to be reelected.

    Hold their feet to the fire with questions we need to know and don't let them reflect the question to the other candidate. They never ever answer the question asked.

    Gary

    July 5, 2012 at 4:56 pm |
  49. Pat DeGutis

    What a monumental waste of time debating whether the amount of money to be paid if you don’t buy health insurance is called a tax or a penalty. Does anyone actually believe that someone who would have to pay really cares what you call it. Money is money. Everyone especially the talking heads need to get real. Stop wasting all our time on such trivial things

    July 5, 2012 at 4:50 pm |
  50. Griff

    "If Obama goes down the same road as Bob Kennedy, there's no way he will survive till November. Lets just say I'm spychic. I also had a dream in 2008, and I tryed to relate, but there was so much racial hate, I guess he deserves even though it's a bit late!"

    July 5, 2012 at 3:09 pm |
  51. John

    Why don`t you explain to your viewers the truth about Obamacare. 1. For middle income families such as one making $30,000/yr they have to pay between 5-8 percent of their own money before the goverment will pay. Let`s talk small business. If I as a busineeman have over 50 employees I have to provide health care. Lets say I currently provide a plan that cost about $5000.00 per employee. Keep in mind the HHS secratary is writing one coverage fits all with everything in it but the kitchen sink which probally will cost about $10,000. What do you think I can afford to do as an employer pay $5000.00 more or pay a penalty and pay $2500.00 less. The Democrats talk about tax credits but I would figure sopme of your viewers don`t know that I have to pay the money upfront and get credit when I file my taxes. What if I don`t have the money. Now being honest I don`t have over 50 employees but all these things apply to someone who has. My point be honest with your viewers. Tell the truth about what an employer pays in matching taxes, emploment tax, unemployment tax, other fees and why do politicians call deductions subsidies? I believe if you tell your viewers the truth not only will your ratings increase instead of where they are going now but finally the media might get some respect. I have asked you these questions because of folks that I know watch CNN. When I explained the truth about these issues they wondered why they haven`t heard this and I explained it goes against CNN`s agenda. At the same time I said CNN will be incapable of tackling these issues as long as they get their info from media matters and the whitehouse. Now that was a partisan staement but prove me wrong!

    July 5, 2012 at 4:36 am |
  52. MikeB, TX

    Should taxes be punitive?
    Should the Executive Branch and its agencies have power to Create, Define, Redefine, Mandate, and Use Executive Orders to enforce Regulations that do not originate with Congress? Especially regulations that have the effect of doing Social Engineering, pandering to specific demographics, or to be punitive to specific demographics.

    July 5, 2012 at 12:56 am |
  53. roderickw

    You're a seasoned expert on U.S. politics. Why do you come out with pat, unsupported judgments about who will win the U.S. Presidency? The Republicans are buying elections and doing everything possible to stop any initiative by the Democrats or President Obama. If Romney wins, it's the end of the U.S. as a democracy and the beginning of a plutocracy. Romney is the C.E.O. of the very rich. Money is now power. You do nothing to examine this or look under the surface of things during your program. It would seem that big business and corporations pay for your pronouncements. They are the beneficiaries of your slanted views on what's going on. If Obama has not completely boosted the economy, it could be that the 2008 economic collapse still has lingering effects. You and "experts" like you spread misinformation to confuse the under-educated and under-informed. I think your credibility may depend on Obama losing in the election. Like Jeffrey Toobin, you seem pre-disposed to slanted conservative viewpoints.

    July 4, 2012 at 7:17 pm |
  54. Donald J. Davison

    Wolf
    Your partner on the 7.00p.m. show is very stressful. I feel very uncomfortable with her upstaging you the way she does.
    GET RID OF HER!!!

    July 4, 2012 at 7:07 pm |
  55. Kennyz in Toronto

    Hi Wolf I like your show and usually found CNN fairly objective , but lately you and about 10 others, Jack ,Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon,Soledad and many of your female reporters seem to be very pro Obama and dont ask the Obama spokespeople strong or hard questions . On the ground I here lots of positive things about Romney But If I watch CNN I seem to get the impression that Obamas getting off lightly. How can you NOT ask the Administration about Amnesty before an Election . It appears as a pure Vote Grab, what about the illegals relatives are they coming how many more illegals are in the USA . Should we build a fence in Canada ? Cmon Wolf . Ask Obama about the true cost of his Health Care, If your system can handle it, the cost of illegal s ETC ETC ETC ? More hard questions. ? Thanks Kenny

    July 4, 2012 at 6:55 pm |
  56. Welmon Dennison

    Just watch newsman Brian ( with Wolf Blitszer) reporting on the power outage in West Va. He was standing near down power line & power lines supporting a tree. He said he was told that a power line lying on the ground is not energized. Nothing can be further from the truth.Under no circumstances any one from the puplic should go near or touch down utilities wires, whether they are electric , telephone or any kind of utility wire. Telephone or cable wires can be entangled with energized electrical wire which can make them energized also. I worked for the electrical utilities industry for over 35 years and I've seen the aftermath of someone from the public getting electrocuted assuming wires lying on the ground is deenergized. This newsman should have never been in close proximity to the down wires nor informed the listeners that it is ok to assume that wires on the ground is deenergized. That report is a recipe for disaster for someone handling down utility wires.

    July 4, 2012 at 4:46 pm |
  57. common sense

    Wolf, i'm very pleased that you're holding politicians feet to the fire. We've all heard enough twisted truths, out-right lies, and people who think politics is a game between the red & blue teams. I can't imagine anyone honestly and morally voting a straight ticket for either political party. Its not possable for one party to have ALL the best qualified people.
    I like many Americans are sick and tired of this political atmosphere destroying our country. I've always believed CNN is right down the middle unlike 2 other networks.
    I've often wondered why reporters are scared and always back down to the politicians spewing party jargon out of their mouth. They SHOULD NOT be allowed to get away with this. I'm very pleased to know you're going to be a new breed who isn't afraid of the people wanting to WORK FOR US. They are NOT special people, although many think they are......but they are simply public servants.
    My suggestion is get the graphs, charts, actual quotes, ect. showing the actual FACTS. When someone starts twisting your words bring out these FACTS and embarrass them.
    When i was a kid my parents said we could grow up to be anything we want even President......today what kid would want to do that with all the lies, name calling and hatred in politics? It's ashame these people have destroyed America to this extent.
    Anyway GREAT JOB!!!!, and keep both sides on their toes, they will stop their lies when reporters like you hold their feet to the fire and actually get in their face with "proven facts".

    July 3, 2012 at 9:43 pm |
  58. gg

    love it when you hit the bullsifters with facts no matter what party

    July 3, 2012 at 9:09 pm |
  59. steve

    wolf glad u r back 2 three hours just watch tue show with kate love it SIT ROOM ROCKS

    July 3, 2012 at 8:04 pm |
  60. NYILOVE

    Why is Wolf taking crack shots at various subjects, groups, or issues? He seems more opinionated now than ever before and it's no longer entertaining. Retirement.

    July 3, 2012 at 7:10 pm |
  61. Meltrose in Baltimore

    I used to watch CNN a lot because I like their reporters and coverage. Some are great but Wolf is off the chain. If he can't give unbiased news, why call it "news"? Is CNN a news network, or is it Wolf's personal views?

    July 3, 2012 at 7:07 pm |
  62. Vote

    I saw The Situation Room w/ Wolf Blitzer and his guest, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, one would like to think Blitzer would be a first class journalist and not show his allegiance to either party – Democratic or Republican party. He's way out there, argumentative and not even conducting fair, professional journalism or reporting. Wolf, go cast your vote for Obama and give up on pretending to be a journalist. Ethics in journalism is probably foreign to you?

    July 3, 2012 at 7:04 pm |
    • maineiacle

      Why are you surprised? Although they do a better job than most at hiding it most of the talking heads are most certainly liberal

      July 3, 2012 at 8:30 pm |
  63. Paul

    Wolf, you ask why the US is paying a billion $ to Iraq a year when they have their own money to finance infrastructure and rebuilding their country. Also, you seem surprised that they are now courting Iran rather than show gratitude to the US.
    Let's look at some facts: the US was not invited to come to Iraq; instead they invaded the country and occupied it for 10 years. In the process, tens of thousands of innocent civilians were killed and you expect that country to be grateful to you? It was all Bush's idiocy to get rid of one man, and now you have corrupt islamists in power who laugh at you for being so dumb as to spend your own soldiers' lives and untold dollars to accomplish nothing more than making another enemy in the middle east. Will the US never learn?

    Look after, and straighten out, your own country first before you meddle in countries where you are not wanted.

    July 3, 2012 at 6:28 pm |
  64. karl Scherer

    Mr Blitzer

    I was astonished to hear you just stay on the air that Gov Christi called a reporter , and I quote "an IDIOT". I cannot understand why you and your program continue to favor the dems at the expense of the repubs. will you be apologizing for your error? was it an error? I believe you will find the word used by gov christie was "stupid". By the way, the reporter was stupid.

    July 3, 2012 at 6:18 pm |
  65. TobinFrost2012

    Dear Mr. Blitzer:

    Forgive me, but I watched your show today and heard you state that US taxpayers should be expecting and/or demanding that the Iraq government [people] begin repaying the billions of dollars the US spent on liberating their country – which was already a sovereign nation before we invaded the country in 2003. As I am certain you are aware, the invasion was ill-advised and the Bush Administration consciously, intentionally and knowingly deceived the American public and its western allies with presenting trumped-up and fabricated intelligence to gain the congressional and global support to wage war against the Iraqi regime. The Iraqi people did not ask for the US and its allies to free them from the tyranny and brutal repression of Saddam Hussein.

    So I ask you kind sir, why do you think or feel the Iraqi people owe the US taxpayers anything or should be compelled to repay the US for the taxpayer money invested in rebuilding a country we [US] ripped apart and nearly totally destroyed?. The country is worse off than it was before we invaded the country. To be honest, I personally feel the US government should be refunding the US taxpayers for every dollar that was spent building that world's largest embassy in a country where we are not wanted or needed.

    In closing, I will stand with you on your comment about the IDF being full capable of defending itself against any attack from Iran and its allied neighbors. Your were spot on. Israel does not need the 100s, if not billion in foreign military aid the US gives them every single year. The US needs to cut their aid entirely or by two-thirds, effectively immediately.

    July 3, 2012 at 6:18 pm |
  66. Philip -in Michigan

    The question I would like to ask is , What the hell has happened to CNN? It seems that over the past couple of years it has become more and more politically correct and irresponsible when reporting the news. It also has become very apparent that the reporters only want their views and opinions heard, if a guest is speaking and is is not what the reporter wants to hear, they either flood them with a bunch of questions or start talking over them so they cannot be heard. CNN needs to start reporting the news correctly as it really happens, not just their opinions, which is very misleading their viewers. I will bet this post will not be allowed to be seen, because it does not follow the belief system of CNN.

    July 3, 2012 at 6:06 pm |
    • Dennis

      I guess you do not watch FOX News. They do the same, one day I was watching Magin Kelly and she cut a guest off when He did not match her view on a subject.

      July 3, 2012 at 8:57 pm |
  67. Jan in Wa. State

    Reince P. is a hack. To sit there and defend Allan West was disgusting. I'm with Wolf. I don't like that kind of talk on either side, but to call West a rising young star in the Republican party is just awful. For Reice to say he isn't the police of the Repubs....Well, he kinda is. He should have not defended Mr. West. It does not reflect well on Repubs.

    July 3, 2012 at 5:56 pm |
  68. Doug Ericson.

    In the absence of a, "Cafferty File", to vent on this week, I will vent here. We all wish Mr. Cafferty a happy vacation, but why not have a guest star, ( or wannabe tv personality ), do the Cafferty File, while Jack is off. If Mr. Blitzer can have a stand in when he is out, certainly Jack can have a temporary fill in while he is gone. I'm sure some of the other writer/stars on your show, or a guest commentator, would have fun trying it.

    July 3, 2012 at 3:11 pm |
  69. oliver El Paso, TX

    I remember when president Johnson sign into Medicare mandate of social security 1967-68 I was in military station at Walter Reed, I cal my parents in Texas to tell the good news,but my dad was very upset I ask what was wrong, he said they want turn this country into communism, so they tell us what do. I feel that Obamacare will be good for the people once we can see the benefits. I am now a senior and I like the new medicare and pharmacy discount that the Obamacare provides. The republicans like to cry wolf, they are for big business, that Mad man John Boehner wants to pull it from the roots. The insurance company's will make billions the GOP should be jumping joy. I am glade to see to that this awake the nothing congress!

    July 3, 2012 at 2:10 pm |
  70. Crissie Blain

    According to Wikipedia on the Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act in 2018 all Cadillac Healthcare plans will be implementing a 40% excise tax. (look it up)
    I feel that the only reason why the GOP and the republicans as well as those who oppose this law wants to repeal this law is because they don't want to pay their fair share.

    The GOP and the Republicans as well as other people who wants to repeal the Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, and every time they are asked just what they would replace it with, all they keep saying is what they would keep, like kids staying on their parents insurance until age 26, and the people with pre-existing conditions would not be denied healthcare. Yet now they are saying they want to rip it out by the roots. To me that says they are going to undo everything and our healthcare system will be back to the way it was once again. All people who did not have any healthcare, but was finally able to get it when this law took effect in 2010 will once again be without insurance.

    This makes no sense to me!! Why not tweek the law to fix what they don't like. 30 million people are without healthcare coverage, and all of these people which includes me, needs healthcare. Some of us need healthcare in order to be able to work!! Without it some of us had to put our lives on hold. When we are unable to work, we are unable to pay our taxes, which ultimately affects their budget for the United States.

    Ask this to the gop and replublicans as well as those people who oppose this new law please
    Why repeal the Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, when they can improve the law? Why waste tax dollars to repeal this law if they are planning on keeping the kids staying on their parents healthcare plan until age 26, and people with pre-existing conditions not be denied healthcare.

    It seems to me that the people who oppose this law are just selfish people!!!

    It seems to me that the people who oppose this law, are probally the ones who has the money to buy healthcare, but refuses to buy it, because they want to keep their money while the rest of us suffer everyday!!!

    July 3, 2012 at 9:13 am |
  71. Jack Murrell

    Kudos to Wolf for calling out his guest contributor who call Gov. Romney a "clown". When challenged for his lack of civility, he claimed he was just reporting what someone else had said. Sounds like the "I was just following orders" defense. Wolf is one of the few in the media on either side to start calling out the name-callers whose purpose is to inflame the discourse rather than to try to make their case on the merits.

    July 3, 2012 at 9:10 am |
  72. Barbara

    Why did you admonish the democrats for not saying the individual mandate is a tax but you do not challenge a rich man trying to influence an election wi h money and saying this is a middle class tax and the biggest tax in crease in history. Republicans think the American public is stupid so they play into the stupidity and tell lies which are accepted as gospel. The only persons who would be taxed are those WHO CAN AFFORD HEALTH CARE AND DO NOT GET COVERAGE!! Why just let these Republicans come on the air and lie and you never challenge them. At least Piers Morgan had the guts to stand up to Bachman and the other lying Republican operative he had on his show. Had more guts then you the reported consummate politico.

    July 2, 2012 at 11:23 pm |
    • maineiacle

      I suspect many younger people that receive a tax break for the insurance still will not purchase insurance.. Exactly what do you think will happen to them?? If they aren't penalized what's the point?Take the tax break and run all the way to the hospital and sign up for insurance with that broken arm?

      Your point makes no sense and I don't believe it to be accurate.

      July 3, 2012 at 10:36 am |
  73. Andre Hassid

    In your show, you spent quite some time on the issue of whether the the Health Care mandate is a "tax" - citing Justice Roberts in the recent ruling on the Affordable Health Care Act. If you take a close look at the ruling, you'll see that for some purposes, Justice Roberts decided the mandate was not a tax ("The Affordable Care Act does not require that the penalty for failing to comply with the individual mandate be treated as a tax for purposes of the Anti-Injunction Act. The Anti-Injunction Act therefore does not apply to this suit, and we may proceed to the merits."). Thus for some purposes the court found that the penalty was not a "tax" while for other purposes it could be permitted under the governments tax and spending powers.

    Interpretation of law is a highly technical field, as demonstrated by the court's decision in which it treated the penalty as a tax for some purposes, and not a tax for other purposes. Using the reasoning in these decisions or the arguments presented for to accuse anyone of "lying" or contradicting what they say in the political realm...really makes little sense. And if you are going to do it, then point out that Chief Justice Roberts found both that the penalty was not a tax, and that it could be treated as a tax. It may sound to be contradictory, but in both instances the Chief Justices' opinion was well reasoned and correct.

    July 2, 2012 at 8:16 pm |
    • Barbara

      Thank you for clarifying/ Does not seem to happen on CNN anymore. Everyone acts like they are afraid of the Republicans!

      July 2, 2012 at 11:25 pm |
      • maineiacle

        And by that comment I can only assume you think that MSNB is doing a great job. I believe CNN is doing it's darnedest to not become MSNBC or FOXNEWS. If real reporting and politics is about bombthrowing for you then go watch Ed(ugh) Schultz. he does enough for all of the networks combined.

        Look to the news for information. If they form your opinion please don't vote. You're obviously not well informed.

        July 3, 2012 at 10:27 am |
    • Jack Murrell

      Why is everyone who supports ObamaCare running away from the notion of a tax. The bill contains 21 separate taxes which are necessary to pay to provide healthcare for 40M more Americans. What is wrong with that? Of course, it cost money to provide basic healthcare to those who can't afford it. But this is America and everyone should have access to quality healthcare. Let be honest for a change. The issue is not about taxes. The discussion should be about how best to deliver affordable healthcare to the most folks.

      July 3, 2012 at 9:20 am |
  74. Diane Dalton

    Dear Wolf Blitzer, Today you sat next to Grover Norquist – You did not go after him for buying Congressional Votes???!!! He makes an offer to provide money in return for a "NO" vote on any tax – or tax reform – That is an offer, acceptance and exchange of money – IT IS A SALE OF A VOTE BY CONGRESS. To assure the sale Norquist threatens (which seems illegal) to put millions of dollars up against anyone who decides they are in charge of their own vote. He says he is doing this for the American people – isn't that what any con man would say – he is doing this to support the wealthy donors to his PAC – if he can buy a tax vote he can buy any vote! Grover has stated publically he wants ignorant people in Congress so they do what he tells them... And to think – you kept prattling on about name calling and missed an opportunity to be a investigative news journalist – makes no sense

    July 2, 2012 at 7:49 pm |
    • Barbara

      Amen! You go girl!!!

      July 2, 2012 at 11:26 pm |
    • Jack Murrell

      He is no different from any other lobbyist. The SEIU visits the White House several time a week lobbying the Administrative to support their causes in exchange for continued financial and other support. And they have been very successful. A large portion of the Stimulus went to retain teachers and public sector jobs. Sadly, the funding lasted a year or two and then both the money and the jobs were gone.

      July 3, 2012 at 9:25 am |
  75. Becky c

    When you questioned Congresswoman Debby Wasserman Schultz, she kept saying that Obama care would keep people from irresponsibility not getting insurance and making the rest of us pay for that when they get sick. I want to know why no one is asking how this will stop illegal immigrants from walking in emergency rooms , with no insurance, having babies, getting care, and not having insurance. How does Obama care penalize them or force them to get insurance?

    July 2, 2012 at 7:45 pm |
  76. william

    A southern Republican congressman thinks that it is a good idea to spend MILLIONS on shipping military working dogs back to the US and paying for their LIFETIME CARE! He says, "It's really not that much money". That's the problem with Congress! Too many Members with too many pet projects! And, he votes against me having affordable, guaranteed health insurance, but wants to provide DOGS with lifetime care! I'm outraged.

    July 2, 2012 at 6:58 pm |
  77. Griff

    "The Care tax was not a tax, it was a pick-pocket! Fagin new a lot about knicking!"

    July 2, 2012 at 6:36 pm |
  78. Mimi Hope

    Why the obsession about whether the affordable health care act is a tax or a penalty? Why is the conservative media trying to create a controversy where there is none by spinning the ruling into a taxation issue? The Supreme Court has ruled the legislation constitutional and it will, therefore, stand unless repealed. Please, focus on what is important: the affordable health care act (not "Obamacare") has/will put in place a number of positive changes from which millions will benefit. Is there room for improvement in the law, I am sure there is. So, focus on what can be done to shore up the law, give credit where it is due, and stop "reporting" on what essentially are Republican talking points. I yearn for the days of real journalism!

    July 2, 2012 at 6:22 pm |
  79. Griff

    "Why is it Barack Obama has just decided, he doesn't want to beat Mitt Romney in this election? Why is it that Democrates have decided to throw in the towel??? "

    July 2, 2012 at 5:49 pm |
  80. maineiacle

    Wondering why no one is discussing the Medicaid expansion. After three years of Federal assistance the states will be left on their own to make up the difference. In the case of California that could be a couple billion a year. Let's ask Governor Brown what he thinks about that.

    June 29, 2012 at 5:44 pm |
  81. Steve Zakszewski

    Can the Situation please stop referring to Fast and Furious as a "gun walking operation"? It is inaccurate and supports the conservative belief that the DOJ and ATF knowingly approved of and participated in the transfer of weapons to Mexican drug lords, when the truth (as explained in the Fortune magazine article) was that the sale of these weapons to straw purchasers was completely 100% legal per the laws of the state of Arizona and federal laws, and that unless the ATF broke the law and either stopped the sales or arrested the buyers and violated their 2nd Amendment rights, all they could do was attempt to follow those weapons after they were purchased. This is most assuredly NOT "gun walking". Please respect the truth and use the proper language to convey it so as to not continuing to perpetuate this mischaracterization.

    June 29, 2012 at 4:19 pm |
  82. Bertran Harrison

    I am loyal democrat. I believe that Obamacare ruling is the right ruling. However, I do not agree with some parts of the bill. But it is a start. A start to maybe effective dialogue to get people talking about the problems with Obamacare and the good parts of Obamacare. Where at the end of the day, the "People" can have the right plan, if we put our prides and opinions aside and work together – Democrat and Republicains and unite the US once again.

    Side Note:
    I am very upset with President Obama. Why? I believe he is not fighting with the vigor he champion when he was running for the presidency. In my opinion, President Obama needs to be out in the public more, with a intense resolve. Re-igniting the people to rally around him to move this country "FORWARD" as he promised during his campaign. Live up to your promise President Obama and lead this country to positive change. If not, then....Will we all know what will happen.

    Finally, if it was me to ensure President Obama re-election, I would ask for Vice President Biden to step aside and allow Hillary to shore up the fall ticket. This will accomplish two things: One Obama 2012 to 2016 and Hillary 2016 – 2024. That's the ticket! This of course, if President Obama does not get out there are re-ignite he voter base. Young people and old will not vote, if not inspired to do so. PLEASE TELL PRESIDENT OBAMA we need INSPIRATION AND PERSPIRATION!

    June 28, 2012 at 6:30 pm |
  83. Griff

    "Even Democrates came out on Holder! First time ever???? There were Democrates in that vote!!!
    So don't try and play it down!"

    June 28, 2012 at 6:17 pm |
  84. joshua

    Why is CNN losing viewership? Do you think it is a trust issue?

    June 28, 2012 at 5:52 pm |
  85. PHIL,georgia

    Thank God, Thank God, Thank God that all of that work and compromise was not in vain. America is progressing, it may just need a little tweeking to make it the best in the world.

    June 28, 2012 at 5:28 pm |
  86. John Alter

    Message to the members of Congress who abdicated their responsibilities and walked out on the Holder vote. Keep on walking!

    June 28, 2012 at 5:28 pm |
  87. Susan Sladden

    Wolf,
    I am on Social Security Disability. Will Obama Care (Health Care 1.0), have any affect on my benefits? Will it change the amount I pay for my SSD premium? Thank you!
    Susan Sladden

    June 28, 2012 at 5:08 pm |
  88. Griff

    "Flawed under an Obama watch! What happened to all those weapons? Obama knows but is not saying!"

    June 28, 2012 at 4:54 pm |
  89. Chris M

    It's clear you don't want the dems to be heard. You had the opportunity to let the dem caucus speak in front of the Capitol but instead you and your reporter keep talking over the press conference instead of letting the free and direct flow of political discourse happen. Very disappointing.

    June 28, 2012 at 4:50 pm |
  90. Gene

    Who cares if the Democrats are so upset. Poor babies. What about the American People when you push more taxes down our throats and OBAMA NO CARE.

    June 28, 2012 at 4:47 pm |
  91. Gene

    Maybe the American People should protest just like the Democrats are. We smell something that stinks also in OBAMA NO CARE. Be nice if the American People were given a choice. So why are the Democrats up in arms about. Why should we care what you protest or walk out on. We should march on Washington to show our disapproval of OBAMA NO CARE and OBAMA Period!!!!!!!!

    June 28, 2012 at 4:46 pm |
  92. Donna Wood

    How will Obamacare affect ILLegals and immigration?

    June 28, 2012 at 4:26 pm |
  93. Ron B

    I'd like to know why no one is willing to call a lie a lie anymore???? Now everthing is "misrepresented" or some other term used instead of calling the lie a "LIE".......

    June 28, 2012 at 12:15 pm |
  94. 65dave

    C'mon Wolf...tell the whole story about the healthcare decision by the Supreme Court. You keep on saying it is a tax BUT it is not a tax to those that carry health insurance, ONLY THOSE THAT CHOOSE NOT TO PURCHASE HEALTH INSURANCE ARE TAXED! Not everybody as you keep on implying by your incomplete reporting!

    June 28, 2012 at 10:59 am |
  95. Griff

    "The countries in a hole!" Finally CNN admitted it.

    June 27, 2012 at 6:48 pm |
  96. Griff

    "But Romney did make his idea;s Federal Law! Only Obama did that!"

    June 27, 2012 at 6:42 pm |
  97. PHIL,georgia

    Fast and Furious is nothing but a witch hunt!! If Republicans trully wanted to thoroughly investigate they would start when the practices began under the Bush administration. Bush killed thousands of Americans under false pretense in the Iraq war and now Republicans claim to be so outraged over 2 agents. They have selective outrage depending on administration......all because of power. Wasting tax payers dollars when they should be creating jobs. They need to go to jail for wasting taxpayers money.

    June 27, 2012 at 6:30 pm |
  98. Griff

    "Biden's now infamous statement! Since when does CNN get to decide?"

    June 27, 2012 at 6:21 pm |
  99. manning El Paso, TX

    Wolf Has there ever been a removal of supreme justice?

    June 27, 2012 at 6:02 pm |
  100. Robert Rich

    As someone dealing with a civil rights issue at Ellsworth AFB, the problem seems to be the right people do not want to listen.

    June 27, 2012 at 5:32 pm |
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