Monday, December 1, 2014
If you’re a democrat go ahead and vote as often as you like. Hell, no one is going to prosecute you. You belong to an elite club of liars, cheats and thieves. Townhall.com reported the following:
Video of Opelousas, Louisiana Mayor Don Cravins Sr.'s Nov. 3 remarks show him telling a crowd in his home town that 'if you early voted, go vote again tomorrow. One more time’s not going to hurt.' Louisianans, like Americans in many states, had the option of either voting 'early' or showing up on Election Day. Taking advantage of both options would be a crime. And for voters worried about criminal fraud charges, Cravins said he had an insurance policy – the re-election of a Democratic district attorney...'Tomorrow we’re gonna elect Earl Taylor as the D.A. so he won’t prosecute you if you vote twice,' Cravins said. Taylor won a fourth term on Nov. 4...Cravins' remarks were met first by laughs and then by wild cheers. Mary Landrieu's campaign did not respond to a request for comment.
And don’t worry about the mainstream media reporting any wrong doing. They’re too busy reassuring Americans there is no voter fraud.
Did Rich Lowry say what I think he said? My God! The horror! Andrea Mitchell rightfully gasped. What kind of man would suggest anyone should respect the law, or law enforcement?
“If you look at the most credible evidence [of Michael Brown's death at the hands of a Ferguson, Mo., police officer], the lessons are really basic,” Lowry said during an appearance on Meet the Press. “Don’t rob a convenience store. Don’t fight with a policeman when he stops you and try to take his gun. And when he yells at you to stop, just stop.”
What kind of Grimm’s fairy tale does Mr. Lowry think this is anyway?
It’s getting to the point where you can’t have a beer in your local pub without some sniveling, liberal weenie exclaiming racism, or some other politically correct nonsense. Take a look at the above sign. Do you see the offensive slogan?
Take a look at this glass. I don’t hear Germans complaining about being stereotyped for their weird sexual proclivities. If you want a good dominatrix flick, you’ll be sure to find a German woman dressed in skin tight latex with a whip. Just saying.
Political correctness is getting so bad that home builders are renaming master bedrooms to owner’s suites. Welcome to the brave new world of who can be the most offended.
In what world does a thug like Michael Brown become a martyr? Is he supposed to be the Rosa Parks of today’s civil rights movement? Let’s be frank, this guy strong armed a grocery store clerk and stole a box of cigars. He later attacked a police officer with the intent of killing him, and yes, forensic evidence backs up eyewitness accounts. This cannot be an isolated incident. I have no doubt Michael Brown had a history of this kind of behavior. Yet, this is the man blacks are hanging their hat on.
It is sad that the President of the United States is a cheerleader for lawlessness. His Attorney General, Eric Holder, who is complicit in the murder of U.S. border patrol agents, incited a riot when the Grand Jury didn’t indict. On top of that, this administration is in cahoots with racist like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Louis Farrakhan.
We are hearing all sorts of excuses for the breakdown of the black community. So much so, liberals have claimed it an institution. They want to embrace this felonious culture, but only if it’s black. Whitey has no excuse for their crimes because they were and are oppressors. Blacks can murder, steal and cause mayhem however, whenever and wherever they choose because it’s their birthright.
A couple of weeks ago, the Charlotte Observer published a New York Times op-ed by Brent Staples in which he bemoaned the loss of black political power because 1 out of 13 has felony convictions. And you guessed it; it’s all whitey’s fault. According to Mr. Staples, our election laws were designed by white supremacists to keep the black man down. Here is the reasoning for allowing murderers, rapist, and thieves the right to vote:
The debate looks a lot different in Maine and Vermont, states where there are no black populations to speak of and racial demonization does not come into the equation. Both states place no restrictions on voting rights for people convicted of even serious crimes and have steadfastly resisted efforts to revoke a system that allows inmates to vote from prison.
Maine residents vigorously debated the issue last year, when the Legislature took up — and declined to pass — a bill that would have stripped the vote from some inmates, whose crimes included murder and other major felonies. Families of murder victims argued that the killers had denied their loved ones the right to vote and therefore should suffer the same fate.
Those who opposed the bill made several arguments: That the franchise is enshrined in the state Constitution and too important to withdraw on a whim; that voting rights keep inmates connected to civic life and make it easier for them to rejoin society; that the notion of restricting rights for people in prison was inconsistent with the values of the state.
A former United States marshal and police chief argued that revoking inmate voting rights would strip imprisoned people of dignity and make rehabilitation that much more difficult. The editorial page of The Bangor Daily News argued against revocation on the grounds that, “Removing the right of some inmates to exercise their legal responsibility as voters in a civilized society would undermine that civilized society.”
There is dignity in being a convicted felon? I thought the point of a penal system was to separate and punish those who’ve demonstrated their unwillingness to participate in a civil society. They are in prison because they are not civilized. Why would we give them a right to vote? Is there a bottom to the Democratic Party’s cesspool?