Sunday, March 23, 2014

Yes, it's morning now

Yes, I slept well.  I'm also a bit sore- mostly from lots of walking over broken ground- and the shoulder is giving me some notice of unhappiness, so details on the noisemaking later.  Also, I may go back.

In the meantime, you can see what a corrupt and nasty bunch of people work at the Washington Post.  Makes you wonder if they got a push from Harry Reid, or if they just hate the Koch brothers on their own.

There's also a response at Powerline, which notes
And yet, a still deeper level of corruption is on display here. Juliet Eilperin is a reporter for the Washington Post who covers, among other things, environmental politics. As I wrote in my prior post, she is married to Andrew Light. Light writes on climate policy for the Center for American Progress, a far-left organization that has carried on a years-long vendetta against Charles and David Koch on its web site, Think Progress. Light is also a member of the Obama administration, as Senior Adviser to the Special Envoy on Climate Change in the Department of State. The Center for American Progress is headed by John Podesta, who chaired Barack Obama’s transition team and is now listed as a “special advisor” to the Obama administration. Note that Ms. Eilperin quoted Podesta, her husband’s boss, in her puff piece on Tom Steyer.

Oh, yes–one more thing. Guess who sits on the board of the Center for American Progress? Yup. Tom Steyer.
I repeat: corrupt bastards.

Speaking of corrupt dirtbags, I give you the response of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane to being called on some pretty blatant corruption: threaten to sue people.
The decision to lawyer up and take “appropriate action” against either the leakers or the papers goes far beyond the bounds of a reasonable response. This is indisputably a newsworthy story. The public deserves to know what happened with this investigation and why it happened. Kane’s acceleration from “it was racism” to “it’s the Good Ol’ Boys” to “I will start suing people” is despicable in any public servant, but even more so from the state’s top prosecutor.
I'm also wondering just what reaction she's getting from the prosecutors and investigators she called racists; be interesting if they sued her for lying about them, wouldn't it?

Representative Renee Ellmers of North Carolina; didn't take long for her to turn into an arrogant, abusive, lying politician, did it?

That's it for now, as even if I don't go back I've got stuff to clean.

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