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11/16/2012

About the corruption in DC? In both parties? This one is very good indeed!

In late October, an FBI agent and whistleblower brought a story of possible Bureau corruption to Republican House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. It was a story of Obama Regime operatives deliberately sacrificing the national security interests of the United States for the president’s political gain.

And what did the Republican house leader do with that information, which—10 days before the election–could have shown that Barack Obama placed his own political advantage above the security of the nation?  Why, naturally, he took the story to just one person–Obama appointee and FBI Director Robert Mueller, the very man who would have been responsible for the betrayal of those security interests in the first place!

Pretty enlightening article, I thought. See where it leads your mind. Dark places, I’m sure.

7 Comments
  1. 11/16/2012 17:00

    Ruling class looking out for each other.

    Cantor is a gutless collaborator who along with Boehner, McConell, McCain and Graham are every bit in need of defenestration as the Obama regime itself.

  2. 11/16/2012 17:37

    Oh and this just in.

    Twinkies may be able survive a nuclear holocaust but the company that makes them can’t survive the impending financial Obamageddon.

    Oh and by the way they now hand off their pensions to the serial loss running(what government agency isn’t) PBGC. You know the same government agency that sold out the Dephi white collar workers on their pensions to fund union hack cronies of Obama’s.

    Have I said I hate all those people who supported this malicious motherfucker today yet. Well if I did I just said it again. You people who voted for this two legged malignant tumor are going to get what you deserve economic desperation, belligerent indifference and an overarching malicious incompetence. Not to mention preternatural dishonesty criminality.

    The only problem with you getting what you deserve is those of us who told you so are going suffer as well.

  3. 11/17/2012 00:31

    Yes we are. I begin to wonder if the first rounds fired in the next revolution won’t be fired by the left for the betrayal?

  4. 11/17/2012 00:34

    It will have to be a thorough sweep, my friend. Not very many of them that haven’t been infected by DCitis.

  5. 11/17/2012 20:27

    But then it turns out that the FBI guy was rogue.

    Why are you siding with the bad guys on this?

    http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/closeread/2012/11/shirtless-agent-in-bottomless-scandal.html

  6. 11/18/2012 02:37

    That was weird. Amusing, abstract, a bit strange. What has that got to do with anything?

  7. 11/22/2012 09:56

    Weird, amusing, and completely debunks the claims at the post at the top of this thread. A rogue FBI agent with a vivid imagination does not make a national security problem where none existed before. It tells us we need to do a better job of recruiting ethical people to be FBI agents, and train them in ethics much better once they are in the corps.

    Your celebration of Big Brother-like ratting out inconsequential behavior should make you worry, but not about things you claim.

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