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The Glam Arsenal Boutique is open and ready for business! In the arsenal you will find affordable clothes, accessories, and shoes for very reasonable prices. You will also enjoy FREE SHIPPING!! Be sure to check out The Glam Arsenal online boutique and SUBSCRIBE so you can get discounts on items. http://www.glamarsenalboutique.com
So, it seems that comedien, Katt Williams is the latest of many entertainers to join the “I ain’t payin’ taxes” club. Word is, Mr. Williams has not paid taxes in a few years! (surprise, surprise)
We all know that it’s been a hell of a year for Katt Willaims with his countless slaps and run-ins with fans, police and even his assistant. And if those legal woes weren’t enough to carry over into 2013, now he has the weight of Uncle Sam on his back.
First, Katt is accused of not paying $3.2 million in taxes for his big money days of 2008; then he didn’t pay $829,352 in 2009; and now the Feds want $284,000 for 2010!
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Stevie Wonder saw this one coming. Colin Powell, again, endorsed President Barack Obama for second term!
Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell on Thursday endorsed Barack Obama’s bid for re-election, citing the Democratic president’s efforts to wind down the war in Afghanistan and tackle terrorism.
“I think we ought to keep on the track that we are on,” the Republican, who also backed Obama in 2008, told “CBS This Morning,” adding, “I voted for him in 2008 and I plan to stick with him in 2012.”
The move comes just days after Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney clashed over foreign policy in the third and last presidential debate ahead of the November 6 election.
Polls show Obama and Romney neck and neck. A Reuters/Ipsos online tracking poll gave Romney a 1-point edge on Wednesday, 47 percent to Obama’s 46 percent.
Obama’s campaign was quick to promote the endorsement in a video statement released about 30 minutes after Powell’s appearance.
Powell criticized Romney’s foreign policy as inconsistent and questioned the former Massachusetts governor’s ability to tackle the deficit and looming defense cuts.
“I’m not quite sure which Governor Romney we’d be getting with respect to foreign policy,” Powell said, calling Romney’s foreign policy “a moving target.”
As for the U.S. budget, he added: “It’s essentially, let’s cut taxes and compensate for that with other things, but that compensation does not cover all the cuts intended or the expenses associated with defense.”
Powell has been critical of Romney’s foreign policy advisers and has taken issue with the former business executive’s stance on countries such as Russia.
A moderate Republican, Powell served under President George W. Bush. Some of Romney’s advisers are more conservative veterans of the Bush administration.
“There’s some very, very strong neo-conservative views that are presented by the governor that I have some trouble with,” Powell said on CBS.
He added that other issues such as the economy and education also loomed large in his continued support for a second term for Obama
Singer Bobby Brown was arrested for DUI in LA this morning, around 1AM, after he failed a field sobriety test. TMZ reports that Bobby was driving erratically down Ventura Boulevard and Corbin Avenue. The smell of alcohol was loud and clear once officers approached his car.
When Bobby got out of the car…his sobriety test didn’t go so well. This is his second DUI this year and comes after he did a short stint in rehab in August.
A word of advise for Bobby: GET A F**KIN’ DRIVER!!!!!!!
It’s seems that this party’s hatred for women grows and grows with each passing day! Once again, here is a Republican Senate-hopeful who is trying to legitimize rape. It’s funny that they express these outrageous opinions and views, but I wonder if they would feel the same way if it was THEIR daughter, mother, or wife. Would it still be “God intended”??
Indiana Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock said pregnancies resulting from rape are part of God’s plan, tearfully explaining that he only supports abortions when a mother’s life is in danger.
“I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen,” Mourdock said during Tuesday’s Senate debate, choking up. Mourdock’s opponent, Democratic Rep. Joe Donnelly, opposes abortion except in cases of rape and incest.
After the debate, Mourdock further explained his comment.
“Are you trying to suggest somehow that God preordained rape, no I don’t think that,” said Mourdock, according to The Associated Press. “Anyone who would suggest that is just sick and twisted. No, that’s not even close to what I said.”
Democrats wasted no time linking GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney to Mourdock. Earlier this week, Romney personally appeared in a TV ad for the Indiana state treasurer, offering his endorsement.
“Richard Mourdock’s rape comments are outrageous and demeaning to women. Unfortunately, they’ve become part and parcel of the modern Republican Party’s platform toward women’s health, as Congressional Republicans like Paul Ryan have worked to outlaw all abortions and even narrow the definition of rape,” Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz said in a statement released to press.
“As Mourdock’s most prominent booster and the star of Mourdock’s current campaign ads, Mitt Romney should immediately denounce these comments and request that the ad featuring him speaking directly to camera on Mourdock’s behalf be taken off the air,” she added
“Mitt’s man Mourdock apes Akin, reflecting a GOP that is way out of mainstream,” Obama strategist David Axelrod tweeted.
Romney’s campaign distanced itself from Mourdock’s comment.
“Gov. Romney disagrees with Richard Mourdock’s comments, and they do not reflect his views,” campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul said.
Abortion has become a more prominent issue in the presidential campaign in recent weeks, as Mitt Romney told the Des Moines Register that he would not pursue any specific abortion legislation as president and began airing a new TV ad in which a woman touts Romney’s support for abortions in cases of rape and incest-a difference of opinion between Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan.
The Obama campaign hit Romney on abortion soon after, releasing a TV ad of its own that features footage from a 2007 GOP presidential primary debate in which Romney said he would be “delighted” to sign a bill banning all abortions in the U.S.
Missouri Senate candidate Rep. Todd Akin said during an interview in August that women’s bodies have ways of preventing pregnancy in cases of what he called “legitimate rape.” Akin apologized for the comment, but refused to leave the race despite pressure from his own party.