When in Hell,
sure, this was from a bit ago -- and considering how quickly things, faces, and times change these days, it's probably plum close to irrelevant by now... but no bother, no matter...
"I’m still enjoying what I’m doing, there’s still work to be done. I’m still the President’s wing-man, so I’m there with my boy. So we’ll see," Holder said in an interview on the Tom Joyner radio show. [circa 2013, plucked from Politico]
It's incredible the level of corruption; for it's the Department of Justice, not to mention what's going on in another entire branch of government in the Supreme Court, that should be -- of all places, and in all circumstances -- clinging to the virtues and duty of the Rule of Law, not to every whim and fancy and ideology according to the rule of man, even if appointed by several, even if that often looks like an entire body of congress.
Just where is America's WING-MAN right now?
Here's a serious rebuttal to Holder's wing-man philosophy of justice well served, and it comes from another former U.S. Attorney General -- Michael B. Mukasey: Justice and the Obama Justice Department, as adapted from a speech in the September edition of Imprimis, a publication of Hillsdale College.
Mukasey sums it up for us like so -- "our country has grown less honest, less fair, and less safe than it ought to be" largely because of the [Justice] department's work. And then begins, in torpedo fashion, rattling off examples behind enemy lines like a prosecutor who not only knows the law, but respects it above all else.
In the end, Mukasey gives us a warning:
The problems in the DOJ won’t be solved simply by electing a less ideological president in 2016. Many of the political appointees of the past seven years will resign and take up career positions within the department, and once such people receive civil service status, it is virtually impossible to fire them. In other words, the next attorney general will be confronted with a department that’s prepared to resist policy changes. This will require great patience and dedication by the new political appointees in their efforts to return the department to its true mandate—not doing justice according to your own lights, or even according to the lights of the president who appoints you, but defending law and having enough faith in law to believe that the result, more often than not, will be justice.
The thing is, all of this talk about justice isn't really where this American girl wants to hunker down in a bunker on the day.
It's really more about the overall climate we are in -- as a nation.
For we are becoming a nation quite amenable, newly accustomed really, to the rule of law being changed on the fly.
And for that reason alone we should stop -- dead in our tracks -- and check the compass.
To the issue of Paul Ryan becoming Speaker. Let's regroup and look at the actual navigational charts available, and review where Ryan has been and where Ryan wants to go, shall we [or do we not have your permission to ask such a thing, Mr. Full Consensus Only or Nothing?]
Sounding less like a condition and more like a threat, what would a Ryan speaker-ship do to America?
Can you say OPEN BORDER.
Talk about a section of the rule of law a Speaker Ryan would aim to have his power change....
For a full, exclusive, report go to BREITBART, rest his soul.
“There’s nobody in the Republican Party who could be worse than Paul Ryan,” Beck implored. “He has spent his entire adulthood ideologically connected to the open borders crowd. Open Borders is in his ideological DNA. That’s the terrifying thing. He’s an ideologue and his spent his whole life working for ideologues. Open borders seeps out of every pore of his being. This isn’t personal, it’s just who he is.”
This scathing report, lines up all the dots over twenty years, and blows Ryan's all-American boyhood, natural, darned right devilish good charm right out of the water.
The flow of illegal immigration is pure lawlessness, at a real cost of trillions of dollars to our economy, not to mention adding to the multi-cultural weakening of a nation dependent upon a common allegiance to the whole and it's well being, while individually carrying our own packs filled with the fundamentals of self-reliance and rugged independence and courage, alongside the Rule of Law as the real, bona fide, commander in chief (kinda like how a nation of 300 million wing-men and women might look).
All the while, a possible Speaker Ryan has made his demands clear and his intentions known and will continue to align himself against the sovereign border every time.
......And just as America elected a President Obama under the guise of hope and change -- America denied looking at the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help me God.
......And IF we are not careful -- we will do the same IF this House of Representatives appoints Paul Ryan as speaker. Boom!
is a philosophy of failure
with the creed of ignorance,
and the gospel of envy.
It's inherent virtue
is the equal sharing
Conservatives need to band together and fight like hell.
We may have won the battle in getting John Boehner to step aside -- but let's not lose the war in letting the position go to Paul Ryan. It's a position that puts America at risk, for the threat is real; if we fall back asleep, the enemy might not even need to use a gun, but just walk right on in, in the cover of darkness, and have us surrounded before we know any better. We have struggled to get this far...we must keep going. Everybody take a wing.
Make it a Good Day, G