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Yeah,

20 Jun

the Democrats want the Trump/Russia/Comey stuff to continue. But they are strangely incurious about Loretta Lynch, even though Comey testified under oath that she may well have committed a serious crime. Their curiosity is really quite selective. We should have an independent counsel for this! That there are no Democrat calls for this just shows that they are soulless hacks. If they cared one whit about injustice and wrongdoing they would be on this like ugly on a hog.

What we have now is NOT a search for justice. It is merely more Democrat tantruming and irrational bloodlust for Trump. THAT is all this is.

NOW I am angry! They can kiss my butt!

 
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Maybe civility is for losers.

19 Jun

The Left has taught us that. Being respectful and polite may just get you railroaded. Maybe we should take a different approach. As told by Instapundit (who quoted it from elsewhere):

There’s an old joke about a boy who complains to his mother that his little sister keeps pulling his hair.

“Oh,” responds the mother, “She doesn’t know that it hurts.”

A few minutes later, the mother hears the girl scream and runs into the other room. “She knows now,” the boy explains.

There’s a lesson for Republicans in that old joke, if they’re smart enough to absorb it. 

Don’t make the Right angry. You won’t like them when they’re angry…

And we are seeing a bit of a sea-change, here. We’re getting close to the point where Conservative are not going to just sit back and take it silently anymore. Historically, the Left is violent and the Right just suffers it and doesn’t say a word. But is that changing? Is the sleeping giant awakening?

Please understand that I’m absolutely not advocating anything illegal. But we all need to understand that our actions indeed have consequences. Please Lefties, the the sake of all of us, back away from this.

The famous (apocryphal) story is of a Texan who shoots and kills a would-be robber who was in the middle of an armed robbery. The robber had a long history of violence and theft. When brought to trial the Texan was quickly acquitted. His defense? He took the stand just long enough to say, “He needed killin’.” The jury nodded their heads. Case dismissed.

 

 
 

Talk about

23 May

poetic justice!

Honestly, I would laugh my butt off…

It’s really not often that we see people get their just desserts. But it is just so satisfying when they do. Let’s hear them whine about it!

 
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Yeah, there

10 Mar

should be a special counsel.

 
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Well,

30 Dec

it’s not over.

I think that most people want her to be prosecuted. She deserves it and is a criminal.

 
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I really hope

31 Oct

it is true. FBI agents should be in full revolt right now! I bet the rank-and-file FBI agents are both livid with rage and despondent.

 
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Well, let’s hope

31 Oct

this is true.

 
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Mirengoff is

31 Oct

just wrong, here. He talks about the difficulty of Comey “striking a balance” and such, but he is wrong.

Comey’s job was NOT to “strike a balance.” It was to pursue Justice. In that he failed totally. Comey is (to put it in the most charitable way possible) confused. He is confused about his job. He is confused at his own role. But Mirengoff seems to have joined him in that confusion.

 
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The death of Mens Rea

04 Oct

is a serious problem for the rule of law.

 
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The case for

07 Feb

the firing squad as a means of execution. It’s a very compelling argument. I think that if we’re going to use the death penalty, we ought to make it as humane as possible. We also ought to be honest about what we are doing. I’m not at all sure that lethal injection as it is practiced now qualifies on either count.

 
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