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Saturday, October 12, 2019

Where's the Rabbit?

Magicians will pull a rabbit out their hat. It's an old trick, but satisfies the audience, when they see something that confirms the magician is not a fake. That's what should be happening today with the current administration. The audience of concerned citizens watches the show, knows there needs to be something to address the criminals of the past administration, and wait for the prosecutions of known crimes.

There's an article about this in the American Thinker. It's a good article, and mirrors my thoughts. The great republic is falling due to the actions of rogue politicians, and the public is becoming restless. Regardless of political affiliation, corruption is frowned upon, and the corruption of the last administration is a glaring example of the need for enforcing laws.


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    1. Only if the proceeds go to paying off the national debt, veteran care, and one way tickets for liberals to any country stupid enough to allow them in.

  2. Corruption is now expected by the people. The idea of "if it's not legal, it's fine" is the touchstone that actions are evaluated by.

    Virtue is so 1950's!

  3. I think our greatness has faded to the point that we are now a banana republic. There are clearly two tiers of the justice system: one for the well-connected and powerful, and the other is for the rest of us.

    I suspect that the public is indeed getting frustrated with the malfeasance and skulduggery of the last administration go without consequence. Accordingly, the justice system has one of the high and mighty in its grasp: Lori Loughlin (aka Aunt Becky). She is likely going to get hammered by the system in which she tried using her money to game and then got caught.

    Unlike her colleague, Felicity Huffman, who pleaded guilty, Lori is fighting the charges, and when she is convicted will face a huge prison sentence. The Zeitgeist demands it.