"I intend to live forever.
So far, so good."
on a t shirt
even with the best of intentions, humans are subject to a higher law -- and not to mention, a whole lot of human error, miscalculation, manipulation and all-round hi-jinx that is simultaneously seen and unseen, from origins within and with-out, and can come and go as it pleases. Perfect for the popular phrase -- and rather splendid oxymoron that it is -- coming to mind: holy shit.
If your intentions include something that is not part of the Divine Plan, it gets nixed; and in equal portion, planet earth is also home to dark forces, predators of the unkind kind and led by....
oh hell, for kicks and giggles, let's let Alinsky tell it:
"Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins -- or which is which), the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom -- Lucifer," -- Saul Alinsky
This is how the infamous Leftist's playbook, Rules for Radicals, begins; with an Alinsky-ism only fit for the purpose of setting the stage of rebellion and wreaking havoc, pure evil, upon American traditions large and small, Alinsky's intentions were made known before even meeting the Table of Contents.
oooh wicked is what wicked does.
so, I kid you not with what I'm about to say --
you wanna know how the Lord works in mysterious ways? how my every intention to walk with the Holy Spirit right beside me works? No. Of course not. But you know -- it is my blog...and you know how that lyric goes, sing it with me now.... it's my party and I'll cry if I want to, cry if I want to, cry if I want to, you would cry to if it happened to you....
but I digress.
--- I opened A Super Upsetting Cookbook About Sandwiches by Tyler Kord (we've canonized this dude before, so forgive me if this girl chooses not to take up precious time and space on that again, in the here and now; you'll just have to take my word at my word, k.) Any who -- what did I open to? To a page showing a sandwich called Sympathy for the Devil, and calling for four hamburger buns, 4 veggie burgers (recipe within pg, 136) and half cup avocado blue cheese spread (pg. 181), and half cup of roasted onions (pg. 172)... to which I must reply -- if you are one to need a recipe for roasted onions, shame on you. Roasted onions, roasted whole bird chicken, roasted beets, roasted garlic, roasted just about anything and everything, should be in everybody's wheelhouse, for it is just about he easiest thing to learn to do! just sayin.
Oh the devil is in the details, right?
(Oh I love you Tyler Kord.)
"Wisdom calls aloud in the street, she raises her voice in the public squares; at the head of the noisy streets she cries out, in the gateways of the city she makes her speech: How long will you simple ones love your simple ways? How long will mockers delight in mockery and fools hate knowledge? If you had responded to my rebuke, I would have poured out my heart to you and made my thoughts known to you. But since you rejected me when I called and no one gave heed when I stretched out my hand, since you ignored my advice and would not accept my rebuke, I in turn will laugh at your disaster; I will mock when calamity overtakes you -- when calamity overtakes you like a storm, when disaster sweeps over you like a whirlwind, when distress and trouble overwhelm you...." Proverbs 1:20-27
Wisdom or folly, the play things of the ages.
And perhaps, with a short pause, we might also note that the voice of wisdom, here, is personified as a woman...tee hee. But not important; the question before humanity, good intentions and all, is whether we take the path of righteousness, being guided by God's word, having given us the first law of mankind, as written in stone, by way of the Ten Commandments and handed to Moses somewhere around 1450 BC, OR choose the wicked ways of culture, fully corrupted from the inside out, having fully evolved, organized, and made rotten to it's core.
So here's a segway divined out of the ether of the moment and following along a stream on a theme -- just how does James Comey imagine Hillary's intent lacking, and thereby a stumbling block on further prosecution (when totally guilty of transmitting confidential top-secret government information, via email, upon an illegal, non-disclosed, secret, totally insecure server...) -- AND YET, and now being ripe for umpteen calls of hypocrisy, feels totally secure in leveling a guilty verdict of Trump's ill intentions, with possibly a mission to evade and obstruct justice (but then again, said he "could be wrong") throughout the entire hearing last Thursday ??????
So the intentions of Comey ring loud and true and false and mischievous, yes?
Let's observe where we were at BEFORE the Senate testimony, shall we?
From May 3, 2017, a post by Andrew C. McCarthy, at National Review, is a perfect place to start. HERE. [Love that A-MAC....always good intentions, and always highly accurate.]
Here is the final paragraph:
Patently, Hillary Clinton was well aware of (a) the highly classified subject matter of communications that would inevitably be passing through the private e-mail system she set up for State Department business, in violation of statutes and government rules; (b) the fact that e-mails are stored on servers; (c) the fact that the communications facilities and devices used by State Department officials are routinely targeted in cyberattacks by foreign intelligence services and other hostile actors; and (d) the rules for the proper handling of classified information (and potential penalties for mishandling it). Consequently, her mishandling of classified information was knowing and intentional, as well as grossly negligent. Many reasonable prosecutors would salivate at the prospect of taking such a case to court, especially if they knew that Clinton was going to run with a “lack of intent” defense.
And then there's this, another piece leading up to the highly hyped testimony, and it comes courtesy of Breitbart.com, posted by John Hayword, and gifted to the world wide web just before the hearing started and going something like this:
Hans von Spakovsky, former Justice Department attorney and a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation, discussed former FBI Director James Comey’s upcoming testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday morning’s edition of Breitbart News Daily.
SiriusXM host Raheem Kassam observed that by Comey’s own account, he took notes during his meetings with President Trump but not President Obama, which would suggest “an element of prejudice that Jim Comey took into that relationship from the outset.”
“I actually agree with that. I actually think his opening statement is more of an indictment of him than of the president,” said Spakovsky. “If he thought that he was being asked somehow to do something wrong in his dinner conversation with the president, then his duty was to go back to his office, write a letter of resignation, and leave the FBI.”
Of course, there was another part of the post that made this girl go hmmmm:
“The other thing about the way he’s been acting, the CYA memo he put together – how much would you all like to bet that he’s already got his book in the works that he’s going to put together about all of this?” Spakovsky asked.
This is called intentions meeting more intentions and immediately receiving real world context; like, how could he publish a book now, right? Who in their right mind would ever buy a book that you can't trust a single word but his own name to be true? holy shit, it's like, you can't be serious.
NINE TIMES; there were nine times during testimony when James Comey not only intimated he could be wrong, but said so in no uncertain terms! [And thank you, Breitbart, for one more time.]
Not to mention, if this girl hears him disparage "common sense" even one more time, why I oughta... [And who knew there would ever come a time to quote The Three Stooges....right?]
But back to COMEY being wrong nine times during under oath testimony -- isn't that when we move to strike the entire answer? His testimony, then, becomes riddled with merely personal bias, built up by pure conjecture, using inconclusive evidence, with the intent to harm Donald J. Trump, now president of the United States of America. Of course, this girl could be wrong.
All this being said,
all we arrive at is a situation
that can only be characterized as being
completely and absolutely ridiculous.
What a farce. Is this really the best use of our time?
Remember now -- Trump was told three times that he was not under investigation (by Comey), that there was no evidence of collusion; while the obstruction of justice investigation just became the latest diabolical scheme, organized with every intention of bringing the Trump Administration to it's knees, if not beheaded. [Yes. I said it. I said it for the express purpose of tying Kathy Griffin's antics directly with the intentions and actions under the deep state apparatus, clearly out to take out Trump.]
In one of my favorite books of all time, The 5000 Year Leap, by W. Cleon Skousen -- Part II of the book focuses upon The FOUNDERS' BASIC PRINCIPLES....there are 28 of them, according to Skousen, if you so choose to take The Leap and read it. It is the 13th one that we will concentrate on for today: "A Constitution Should be Structured to Permanently Protect the People from the Human Frailties of their Rulers"
Oh woe is me to the force of power under the weight of good intentions...
As Skousen writes, "Every unconstitutional action has usually been justified because it was for a "good cause." Every illegal transfer of power from one department to another has been excused as "necessary." The whole explosion of bureaucratic power in Washington has been a result of "trusting" benign political leaders, most of whom really did have good intentions." And then promptly quotes Thomas Jefferson:
It would be a dangerous delusion were a confidence in the men of our choice to silence our fears for the safety of our rights; that confidence is everywhere the parent of despotism; free government is founded in jealousy, and not in confidence; it is jealousy, and not confidence, which prescribes limited constitutions to bind down those whom we are obliged to trust with power; that our Constitution has accordingly fixed the limits to which, and no farther, our confidence may go....In questions of power, then, let no more be said of confidence in man, BUT BIND HIM DOWN FROM MISCHIEF BY THE CHAINS OF THE CONSTITUTION.
And for supplemental support, goes to good old George Washington, who once said:
"Government is not reason,
it is not eloquence -- it is force!
it is a dangerous servant
and a fearful master."
Might as well put a pin on the map that points out the obvious, "you are here."
Based upon a series of good intentions, and some bad, the overwhelming arch of truth tells us that after two hundred years of "gradual and silent encroachments of those in power" (James Madison), we the people are experiencing less freedom, less security, less dominion over our lives; being guided by men of "human frailties" at every turn, the sad truth is, good intentions have the capability of being intrinsically and thoroughly evil, with the power to make more corruption, more doubt, and more erosion of our nation's basic precepts of Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.
Thus --- making the entire case arguing on behalf of the INTENTION at the heart of the matter entirely subjective, nefariously revealing political party lines more than anything else, to the extent of making it totally irrelevant in most instances; the only thing that matters is the law!
Did you or did you not break the law?
Who really cares what is in your heart, as far as understanding your intentions, back behind the clear disregard of the law itself?
As a people, we used to recognize that when we chose to kill another person, it was not only a sin against God, it was breaking the law! When we coveted another man's wife, or house, or horse and buggy -- to the point of stealing another man's wife, house, or horse and buggy -- it was not only a sin, it was breaking the law!
The thing is, there once was a day when the original law -- The Ten Commandments -- was all we ever needed; there is that. That's just a statement of fact.
Huh, wonder why making MORE laws have not served humanity, as a whole, any better? Wonder what is at the heart of all this madness, discontent, and lawlessness?
What were Comey's intentions when he decided to leak government memos to the New York Times -- Answer: IT DOESN'T MATTER; it was illegal! He broke the law! GO HERE -- to RED STATE -- for a whole lot more on the controversy.
Oh enough of G for one day, huh?
Time to go make a sandwich; so hungry I could eat my neighbor's horse (but I won't -- that would just be gross.....and WRONG! Vewy vewy wong in more wong ways than one. teehee)
Make it a Good Day, G
please note: when this girl signs off, saying the exact same thing every single day: MAKE IT A GOOD DAY, G -- it goes without saying that the intention, the first thought, of going in the direction of making it a good day comes before actually making the good day. The thing is, if we intend to have a good day no matter what happens, taking everything that comes our way with an attitude of gratitude, there are no bad days. Not to contradict or discount anything said here today, everything begins in the heart and mind with a single thought, for an intention truly lives there for better or for worse.