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Congressman Trey Gowdy

With luck this guy will become US Attorney General.

 

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  1. November 25, 2016 at 3:36 pm

    If you believe that every house in your street should be tooled up and the ‘law’ enforced by armed forces, he’s your man.

  2. christinaosborne
    November 25, 2016 at 4:10 pm

    He is dead right. Enforce the laws already on the books. They don’t!
    Of course people should have the right to defend themselves, why shouldn’t they? Anyone comes in my house, they go out in a body bag if possible!
    I have to say, I do like Southerners, much more basic and honest, less flannel, cut the crap and down to earth. Pity their neck of the woods is so damned hot! Much better than the meaching canting PC drivel spouted round here by the liberal elite!
    Hope he gets the post.

  3. November 25, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    Janus: US police forces were partially militarised and increasingly brought under federal control by Holder and Lynch. That is, what you say has to an extent happened under the Obama regime.

  4. christinaosborne
    November 25, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    Quite, Christopher!

    As with gun control laws, had the laws for immigrants, on the books already, been properly implemented under past Democratic regimes the country would not be over-run by illegals.

    Round here it is a deliberate policy of the schools not to ask for any documentation from any brown child, Therefore they are educated free with access to free medicine, food, welfare, social services without the parent contributing a single penny towards it. Equally they are not required to show vaccination certificates, etc etc. Immigration services and police do not go NEAR schools deliberately. this is declared autonomy by the State of Washington against Federal regulations completely ignored by Washington. Let us see the law on the books being implemented.

    Most legal immigrants like myself get pretty pissed off by illegals. It takes thousands of dollars over the years to maintain legal status, plus hours of form filling, interviews and unnecessary tooing and froing to the UK by plane to conform. We do it, as white people, we must, but you get one hell of a free pass if you are brown of any variety! and then on top of that we pay full taxes, subject to call up in case of war but can’t vote! Not exactly parity under the law is it?

    Why the hell do you think Trump was voted in in the first place? People are fed up with 11 million parasites on our tax base. simple as that. Those that want the brown gimmigrants so much should pay for them, I notice most of Europe is none to keen to foot their bills these days! Why should we either?

    Simple, send them home. The only ones I have any sympathy for are those that were bought here by illegals as small children and know no other country, those I might well do some kind of deal for, the calumny was not of their making, but that of their parents.

  5. November 25, 2016 at 6:06 pm

    CO: You’d be surprised how enraged legal Latin American and Asian immigrants are by illegals. One Chinese lad I know went on a 15-minute-long tirade about South Asians abusing H1B visas because that made his life far, far more difficult than it had to be. Legal Mexican immigrants are frequently enraged at the kid glove treatment that illegals get because they didn’t have an easy go of it.

  6. christinaosborne
    November 25, 2016 at 6:55 pm

    Yes, I had gathered so. Likewise my Birmingham brown wine merchant an apostate muslim who used to scream abuse about ‘bloody pakis’ (sic) when given the slightest encouragement and I was alone in the shop with him, very funny. He wanted the lot deported instantly, needless to say they were not customer, nor likely to be so!!

  7. November 25, 2016 at 7:01 pm

    Well, Annie Oakley, the gun laws are yet another reason I wouldn’t live Stateside. What a mess the deliberate misinterpretation of the 2nd Amendment has landed you all in!

  8. November 25, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    Janus: There are two details that you miss. The first is that the US is, despite its numerous quirks, a Common Law country and gun ownership has been such a profound part of its culture for so long that limiting ownership is a difficult thing to do. The second detail is that the US Constitution has a clause that explicitly instructs the citizenry to overthrow an irredeemably corrupt and tyrannical government — using force if necessary.

  9. November 25, 2016 at 7:43 pm

    The citizenry will be busy soon then. I cannot imagine a Pres-elect more likely to be impeached but I doubt that any ordinary citizens will be involved in the arrest. In fact their right to expel corrupt officers seems emptier by the minute.

  10. November 25, 2016 at 8:15 pm

    Janus, mate, Hillary designed Libya and the US response to Syria. Obama knowingly sold military-grade weapons to Mexican drug cartels. Is this really something you wish to pursue?

  11. November 26, 2016 at 7:06 am

    The Republicans conducted ill-judged campaigns in Iraq too. Bad statecraft all round. But tell us about Obama’s drug crime – and why isn’t it the topic of choice among the meeja jackals?

  12. November 26, 2016 at 9:24 am

    Janus: In the US the meeja jackals are of the Indy and Grauniad bent. If left-wing politicians do something out of order they’re broadly ignored or only lightly reprimanded. If an unsavoury organisation says something positive about a right-wing politicians, unsolicited and unwanted, it is considered grounds for destroying said politician’s career. For example, Robert Byrd was a Democratic senator from West Virginia. In his early years he was a KKK Grand Wizard. His party and the media protected him from harsh questions concerning his conduct. On the other hand, Jeff Sessions, a Republican senator from Alabama actively worked to crush the KKK in his home state when he was Alabama’s attorney general by fining it into oblivion. Years later a Klan-related group gave him an unwanted endorsement and Democrats are trying to block his appointment as US attorney general on that basis. The media jumped into the fray and tried to smear him as a KKK supporter and racist based on that and a few unsubstantiated allegations of things that “might” have been said 30 years ago. Harry Reid and Joe Biden referred to Obama as a “negro” and nothing came of it in the media, either.

    You miss a key point when mentioning Iraq. Bush Jr. isn’t the president-elect, nor are Cheney or Rumsfeld being considered for any cabinet positions. Hillary supported the war in Iraq, Trump was not involved in politics at that time. Hillary was involved in crafting the US government’s response to the “Arab Spring” and was largely responsible for US responses to the situation in Libya and Syria.Trump was not involved with any of it. Hillary has been wrong about almost everything in her political career, at times destructively so but she is not taken to task for it. Trump played the same game as everyone else, gave the same donations as everyone else, “invited the right people to the right parties” like everyone else. He readily admitted to that.

    Here is a review of Obama’s gun-running: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATF_gunwalking_scandal

  13. November 26, 2016 at 11:15 am

    If he escapes corruption charges, I’ll be surprised if not disappointed. The guns to Mexico saga looks typically dark. The CIA et al at work.

  14. November 26, 2016 at 11:39 am

    Janus: Nixon fell on his sword in the 1970s partially as a favour to the powers-that-be. It was for the same reason that Gerald Ford later pardoned Nixon. That is, the more the US Government’s dodgy dealings were investigated, the more people from both parties and at all levels of government were being implicated.As it was the Cold War and the recent failed Vietnam War was casting doubt on the credibility of the US, the last thing the US needed was its entire government discredited. The Soviets would have made good use of that! Similarly, pursuing Trump would dredge up much that would implicate not only New York City’s local government, but the New York State and Federal governments as well. The Clintons took donations from Trump, as did Schumer — the new Senate Minority Leader, successive mayors of NYC as well as much of its city council and successive governors. They all swim in the same foetid pond. The public mood in the US is febrile. It won’t take much to spark a low-level civil war. The US is a regular swamp of machine politics, sleaze and corruption, Janus. A number of local governments have third world-style governance. The Democrats are talking the piss to score cheap political points — they’re no different than the SNP stirring up their supporters’ waning morale. You’ve spent too much time in Denmark, mate. The things of which you speak are far darker, more cynical and turgid than you can even begin to grasp.

  15. November 26, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    Yes, the witches’ kitchen here is just for sorcerers’ apprentices. They leave the light on while they’re plotting.

  16. November 26, 2016 at 3:27 pm

    Janus: Amusingly enough Jill Stein, the Green Party’s candidate, has started an online campaign for “recounts” in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Naturally she admitted that there was no evidence of fraud. She raised her goal several times until it was well past any amount she needed for a recount. The “excess” will be used for campaigns to ensure “transparent elections”, etc and no guarantee was made that recounts would even be held. In short, it was a scam to raise money for her party.

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