28 June 2014


by Andy Weddington
Saturday, 28 June 2014

"It is hard to believe a man is telling the truth when you know that you would lie were you in his place." H. L. Mencken

It matters not what polling outfit poses the question, right at 75% of Americans believe the IRS purposely did something amiss with the Lois Lerner emails.

From President Obama on the IRS targeting matter...

"I first learned about this from the same news reports that I think most people learned about this."

"This is pretty straightforward. If, in fact, IRS personnel engaged in the kind of practices that have been reported on and were intentionally targeting conservative groups, then that's outrageous."

"I've got no patience with it."

"I will not tolerate it."

"And they have to be held accountable, because the IRS as an independent agency requires absolute integrity and people have to have confidence that they're applying it in a nonpartisan way - applying the laws in a nonpartisan way."

"You should feel that way regardless of party - I don't care whether you're a Democrat, Independent, Republican."

"I can tell you that if you've got the IRS operating in anything less than a neutral and nonpartisan way, then it is outrageous, it is contrary to our traditions, and people have to be held accountable and it's got to be fixed."

Shortly thereafter, with no facts whatsoever at hand, the President lumped the IRS crime into the "phony scandal" mix - along with Fast & Furious; Solyndra; Benghazi; NSA data collection; AP reporters snooping; et al.

And then as information began to show a picture of criminal activity, the President said, "...not even a smidgen of corruption...".

As the case for crimes continues to build there is but one conclusion - a logical inference: The President of the United States, Barack Obama, is at the heart of the IRS crime (not a scandal).

For were the President true to his words and not involved he would have, without hesitation, long ago ordered the delivery of all materials (including all of Lois Lerner's email - which experts say is still available) to investigative bodies. Period.

In fact, yesterday a computer duty expert commented the emails were absolutely available but finding them was simply a matter of "political will." In other words, politicians (e.g., Barack Obama; Eric Holder; Harry Reid; Nancy Pelosi; et al. - party matters not - it just so happens Democrats, in this case, are party to crime and conspiracy) are without integrity.

And his Attorney General would be fully engaged (vice dismissing as a partisan witch hunt) to produce the email (and whatever else is relevant to truth).

And there certainly would not be need for Congress to offer handsome cash rewards to lure those who know where the email in question is and more relevant information still.

In America, lots of money works wonders (think lottery players). Soon someone will be rich. And truth there will be - the crime, though bad enough, will pale in contrast to the crimes committed to hide the crime.

Truth is black and white - but colorless.

On to justice.

How interesting it'd be to turn Representative Trey Gowdy (R, SC) loose - questioning President Obama; under oath, of course.

If the President is telling the truth he has nothing to fear.

If not, fear is only the beginning of his problems.

Post Script

As to the American citizenry on this matter - 25% are disengaged mental midgets - idiots - an inescapable (national) burden.

1 comment:

dymphna said...

Only 25% of us are "disengaged moral midgets"? Really? Does that number correlate with the numbers of Americans watching the World Cup?

Not a rhetorical question. I do wonder, if you drew a two-set Venn diagram, what the overlap would be for these two groups.