28 September 2016


by Andy Weddington
Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Justice is merely incidental to law and order. J. Edgar Hoover 

Well, this morning I watched our Director, FBI, Mr. James Comey, testify, again, before the House Judiciary Committee.



During a rigorous workout, a few thoughts came to mind. 

To any decent soul who believes in American values and blind justice, Mr. Comey, a lawyer, validated one thing - he should be charged with abetting the Hillary Clinton (high) crimes his agency investigated, substantiated, and bewilderingly poo-pooed.  

Therefore, add his name to the 'Bad Boys & Girls List.'

To that same roster, add Attorney General Loretta Lynch. She's a Bad Girl. 

Justice in America?

Not these days. For there is purposely orchestrated mass confusion as to right and wrong and good and bad.  

Historically, Santa rewards 'Good Boys & Girls.' 

Good is now a matter of perspective.

Bad is the new good.

Wrong in the new right.  

Mr. Comey and Mrs. Lynch (et al.) will surely get a visit from Santa this year, if not already.

So, hang the stockings and decorate the tree. Don't forget milk and cookies. And carrots.   

Santa exists in print. 

He lives in spirit. 

Law and order exists in print. 

And, too, lives, in spirit. 

Mr. Comey can sugarcoat whatever he's done, failed to do, and said before Congress but the spirit of same is not truth. And he knows it. 

I heard him say lawyers abide by "a canon of ethics."

That's hilarious! 

And deserves a hearty, "Ho! Ho! Ho!"

Bad Santa adds, "Hee. Hee. Hee," and "Ha. Ha. Ha." 

Good grief.

May President Trump clean up this damn mess and fittingly deliver to Mrs. Clinton and Mrs. Lynch and Mr. Comey (et al.) a lump of coal. 

What a Christmas gift for the miners. 

In closing ...

As another Hoover (Herbert - 31st President of the United States) said, "A good many things go around in the dark besides Santa Claus."

Among those things, bad boys and girls in Washington (but they're brazenly going around in daylight, too) - who eagerly await Bad Santa. 

For the rest of us, that's not good. And it's not right. 

1 comment:

Tom Hickinbotham said...

The adage "Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely," seems to have some relevance to our current elected/appointed officials inside the Beltway. The only difference now is that the stench of that corruption is the worst it's ever been...