Teh Squeaky Wheel
Happy Tuesday, GN!
I’ve had a bellyful of this “impeachment” horseshit but it appears nobody’s willing to put a stop to it. Surely even the mouth-breathers inside the beltway don’t really want a pissed-off armed populace. (Or perhaps I’ve misjudged their venality and stupidity by an order of magnitude or three?)
Hi, Fatwa. Good morning, GN!
It’s been fun watching the Dems sputter and flail their arms while they were in charge of the impeachment proceedings in the House -- here’s hoping once it moves to the Senate, that the Repubs run things smoothly.
Regarding the IG report released yesterday, sad to see that the same FBI that brought us Ruby Ridge and Waco is still as incompetent and corrupt as it was 25 years ago. Sad, but not really unexpected, is it?
Claire Wolfe: “The next time east coast masterminds make foolish decisions about people they don’t know and can never effectively control, we can hope that starvation and violence won’t be the result – though as we can see looking around the world, it often still is.”
Happy Tuesday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, and Sven!
Well, yesterday was certainly a Monday. While driving home last night, Mrs. Paddy slowed down on the freeway for traffic, then sneezed and her foot slipped off the brake. She got right back on the brake, but traffic had stopped, not just slowed. Fortunately, it was only her car and the one in front of her that were involved. She’s fine, just one small seatbelt bruise, but the airbag deployed (a new one -- not the old Takata airbag) and her car is totaled. Her car was 15 years old and had 347,000 miles on it, but we were hoping to have it last another year and a half, when we’re done paying for my vehicle. I also hate shopping for anything from a position of immediate need. We should be able to get by with swapping vehicles for a little while, but it’s still a pain.
I am so glad Mrs. Paddy is OK but very sorry she went through this. I know it is a pain to have to replace it as well.
So did they vote on impeachment already? I read that there were two “articles,” but not whether they were voted on yet. I’ve not been following the news that closely this past week. Harper and I have been watching “Comedians in Cars getting Coffee” and other lighthearted things.
I think the articles were written by Vox, or Slate. Maybe it was CNN. I can’t remember.
Wow, Paddy. Glad she wasn’t hurt.
So if I understand things correctly, the articles of impeachment published today go to a Dem committee for a vote on moving to the House. If they vote to send it to the house, then they get to vote on it and if it passes, then Trump is impeached and the next step is the trial in the Senate.
Interesting times. I wish someone would ask these guys what do you think the country will be like two years from now?
I really think that the old guard is stuck in the days of Leftist control of the media, while the young guns are gung-ho for socialism as a path to the communist workers’ paradise. One group doesn’t understand the changes that have taken place, and the other doesn’t understand why the rest of us don’t want to walk blindly into the re-education camps.
My former representative, Katie “Throuple” Hill, makes me laugh. Poor thing, so upset over what happened that she almost slit her wrists with a dull knife. “I realized I couldn’t do it,” she said in the op-ed. “I ran the campaign knowing it was bigger than me and what I wanted, and it still is. I don’t get to quit. I have to keep going forward, and be part of the fight to create the change that those young girls are counting on.”
You resigned because you were banging your subordinates. This has nothing to do with “revenge porn”, but keep up that good fight -- I’m sure you are an inspiration to many many many people. Idiot.
“I realized I couldn’t do it,”
“it was bigger than me and what I wanted”
Sounds like lines from a bad prno movie.
Based on her history, I wouldn’t be surprised.