Gut Rumbles
 

May 25, 2006

can't you smell that smell?

This crap stinks all the way to high heaven. WTF??? Legal searech warrants don't apply to congress-critters?

This is delusional. Congress had a chance to come out swinging against corruption—to demonstrate, amid a slew of tawdry scandals, its recognition that public officials are subject to the same laws as ordinary citizens (emphasis mine).

What a crock! If this isn't a duck-and-cover move, I've never seen one before. It's also arrogant, disgusting, unethical and probably unconstitutional. But---HEY!... we're talking congress here. What else do you expect?

We may not have a king, but we've sure got us some royalty in this country. And they often behave like the products of extensive inbreeding. With such "leaders," we're all fucked.

Just damn! I think we need another revolution.

Comments

it reeks of mel brooks in blazing saddles:

"We've got to protect our phoney-baloney jobs, gentlemen"

Posted by: leo on May 26, 2006 08:08 AM

Ol' buddy, keep in mind virtually every one of those loose bms are lawyers. Pretty much self-explainatory. Oughta take them out back and shoot them! ;o)

Posted by: Bogdaddy on May 26, 2006 08:31 AM

What's wrong with what they did? They just declared "we are above the law", and the career congress members really believe that. Time to turn them all out to pasture. Never happen because the fools in America think it's someone else's representative that's a criminal and not theirs. Bad new's folks, 99.9% of the suckers are liars and criminals, were when we elected them and still are.

Posted by: Scrapiron on May 26, 2006 11:00 AM

Restoration War?

I like it!

Posted by: anonymous on May 26, 2006 04:33 PM
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