21 June 2016


by Andy Weddington
Tuesday, 21 June 2016

A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth. Aesop

The White House is a liars lair.

So is the Department of Justice.

Add the State Department and others. 

Censored, edited, redacted (whatever you want to call it - especially to further an agenda) truth is not.

The White House issued the Department of Justice (think principals here) marching orders to not tell the public the truth (with respect to the Orlando 911 transcripts). 


Not only liars but cowards (and worse).  

At least for a day or two. 

That the White House was quick to claim it was solely a Department of Justice decision proof enough it was not.

Believe whatever you want.  
Regardless, a liar is a liar. 

What else are they lying about?

We know Benghazi.

IRS targeting conservatives, et al.

Iran deal. 

American ground forces in combat. 

And so forth.  

How about the criminal investigation focused on Hillary Clinton?

No doubt.

The 'fed up with this crap cohort' is growing. 

The truth is government has gotten too big and is a failure (not trustworthy inclusive). 

The good news is there's Constitutional remedy that empowers the citizenry.


Guns - the reminder that government represents, works for, the folks. 

Control (or seize) them? 

Ah, no! 

It is not only healthy but right the elected respect and fear the electorate. 

Generally speaking, controlling guns (whatever the weapon) is not the answer to the shootings problem. 

Control trigger fingers.

In God We Trust. 

Trust in government?

Only fools.

I'm with Aesop. 

And the NRA. 


Unknown said...

You must give credit where credit is due. We can't say we haven't been warned.

"And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."

Today's assignment: When governments move towards totalitarianism, the first two physical items seized are? QED; the solution is left up to the student.

Tom H. said...

A step in the right direction would be the enactment of term limits on members of Congress. No more career politicians.