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By Tammy Bruce
Only IRS employees could expect rewards for failing to pay their taxes
Topic - Andrew Mccarthy
A magician typically succeeds when the attention of the audience is diverted from his main activity onto some distraction. President Obama has raised this sort of deflection into a political art form.
If you're a political junkie, you've got to love a presidential candidate who lights the fire Newt Gingrich has lit. Or at least you have to love the fire. Impeach judges? Subpoena them? Arrest them?
Actor and former teen king Andrew McCarthy would rather talk about settling down.
The Muslim Brotherhood's mask is slipping in Egypt. Small "d" democrats there and elsewhere are alarmed by top Brotherhood officials who now aver openly what has been utterly predictable: Once in power, they will impose Shariah - the totalitarian, supremacist politico-military-legal program practiced in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Somalia, Sudan and, increasingly, elsewhere.
Andrew McCarthy, who was the federal prosecutor who secured Rahman's conviction of conspiring to destroy the World Trade Center in 1993, warns that despite the administration's serial and artfully worded denials, Mr. Obama is likely to release the sheikh after the November election.
Mr. McCarthy added pointedly: "It is not a question of your patriotism or your trustworthiness. It is about whether you would be burdened by such obvious conflicts of interest that you would be tempted to act on those interests, rather than in the best interests of the United States."