So much truth.
The Progtard Parasites actually believe they are doing a good job.
“Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”
― C. S. Lewis
A hard rain’s gonna fall.
Sorry — in my post above I posted 3 thumbs up, but it apparently didn’t make it.
Okay. Bravo, bravo, bravo, Chris!
Perspective! As long as the guy with the pitch-fork is on the other side of that wall, it’s all good. Adding some Colonial French doesn’t make it smell any better.
But watch out for the guy with the wool underwear….. He might have a different perspective.
Chris, your Yellow Vest is showing.
Well said, Sir!
When walking, you are supposed to have bags, preferably plastic, to pick up any droppings.
All that, and I’d definitely bring a Pooper Scooper along.
What kind of leash? Maybe they can borrow something from the Nuclear Waste Management critter. I bet it has a rather diverse collection of leather goods.
Yeah… A long walk off a short pier with a couple of quick set blocks strapped to his ankles.
I have some spare weight belts we can wrap around his neck.
his ego would weigh him down more than enough.
From somewhere in the Great Beyond Rush Limbaugh is shouting “It’s time to panic!”
I am afraid both Rush and you are right!
The Capitol Police, like the FBI, need to be fully investigated. After all guilty individuals are in jail, the organizations need to be eliminated and new organizations created for the jobs they are supposed to do.
Over 30 years ago, Clifford Stoll wrote “The Cuckoo’s Egg: Tracking a Spy Through the Maze of Computer Espionage.” He had stumbled over evidence of spies going through his university’s computer system and into the government’s, but the Feebs weren’t interested in even looking. It would have been a tough case to investigate, and with too much work for too little a chance of a successful prosecution they blew him off.
When the left is involved, truth is stranger than fiction:
A nice Jewish girl like her and those moslem goniffs.
Strange bedfellows indeed.
The part about ‘elements of the surreal and the farcical’ is our governments’ response to that insanity. They did Nothing about the Pakistanis access to a Democratic Caucus server, which if it holds true like usual, means DNC connected to everything in the government. You have to figure, if the Pakis have it, Russia, China, and anyone with hacking skills has it. I suppose I should not even bring up Hitlery and her servers or Hunter.
The FBI are cybercucks.
The fedguv spends mucho effort passing computer crime and cyberbullying laws, then every time GiveSendGo takes another commission to support a “deplorable” cause, all the Marxist cyber-thugs riot and vandalize their website. We know it’s gonna happen, and we see it happening, and the FBI just sits back and Toobins.
Bunch of laws, no enforcement again actual criminals. Just like guns.
ONE WORD: “REVOLUTION!”
I didn’t spend twenty years in the US Army to defend this.
Much less give our lives in defending today’s corrupt leadership. In defense of our Constitution, yes. After all, that oath still holds…
That’s the key to this whole thing.
A psych test battery could easily separate the sheep from the goats here simply because ALL federal officers are sworn to “preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States”.
Just expelling the oath breakers alone would do two things.
1) Remove the vast majority of corruption in the US government.
2) Subsequently allow us to balance the budget and pay off the National Debt in short order by de-funding the National Parasites the Oath breakers support at the expense of actual productive enterprise.
We thank you for that service and position, some in the Canadian military are saying the same thing.
I have never been in the military, but my father and two brothers served. I also understand the military code somewhat and know this man violated them, much like Marine Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller did with his remarks. BUT, given the on-going interesting times we live in, I am not surprised and believe at some point one’s oath to the Constitution outweighs the duty to follow that code.
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