16 years of scandal; maybe its time for Ron Paul

August 27, 2007

   The never ending treadmill of scandal has finally claimed Alberto Gonzales.  An honest to god rags to riches story, he is now naught but fodder for the uninspired inanities of career corruption facilitators Patrick Leahy (D-Vt) and Harry Reid (D-Nev).  If you add in the smarm merchant John Edwards, it has to be a devestating blow for Gonzales.  To be trivialized by a bunch of scoundrels who lack the ability to think on their own is surely a long drop from  being considered for a Supreme Court job, and being selected as the Attorney General.

   It doesn’t take a huge helping of intellect to understand that this is just partisan politics.  Congress never even bothered to name what it was that Mr. Gonzales did that would amount to wrongdoing, because in point of fact, they can’t prove he did anything wrong.  These same pontificating lackwits stood mute during the FBI file scandal, and the white House post office scandal during the Clinton administration, where not only wrongdoing did occur, but proof of said wrongdoing was available.

   I guess the question is whether the electorate is tired of supporting one band of rogues at the expense of another.  Neither major political party has moral standing, and integrity is a punchline for both.  They have spent the past 16 years making themselves and their friends richer while America languishes in every major economic category except the stock market, where the rich like to play.  Ineptitude and malfeasance have become the rule of law on capital hill, and Harry Reid is a known participant.  It’s a shame that he maintains his seat while a man trying to do what he thought was right for America goes home in disgrace.  I guess if Alberto needs consolation he at least has that.  That he at least tried to do what he believed to be right.  The slatterns nipping at his heels lo these many weeks know that they are not doing what is right for the country, and they don’t care.

   If there is one thing that would get me to vote Ron Paul this may well be it.  The major parties are too corrupt to trust America’s future to, and any who think otherwise are either mentally challenged or unaware of the depth of the larceny being perpetrated.  I believe that if Ron Paul were elected we would at least in the executive branch experience honest government for a change.  Not necessarily successful government, but honest none the less.

   It’s another sickening day for Americans.  A good man was dragged down like a wolf by feral dogs, and we are worse for it happening.  Those of you supporting these two parties are as much to blame for whats wrong with America as the parties themselves.  You lack the intestinal fortitude to  say “my party is wrong,” and instead spend your time looking outward, ignoring the enemy within.  We have less to fear from Jihadists than we do from Democrats and Republicans. 

Try and prove me wrong on that.  All the data is on my side.

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