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About Me

Firm believer that all corporations are as open to the same extent that corporations demand of the government. Then they must be allowed to exist when they, corporations, agree, in writing, that they are not living entities entitled to the same rights as Homo Sapiens. Equally as important is corporations, at no time and under no circumstance, are allowed to endanger the citizens nor the commons citizens inhabit. Any attempt, covert or otherwise to affect these rules by any means will be grounds for the immediate disillusion of said corporation(s) with all assets becoming the property of the commons. Lastly, when it is established, any and all elected or appointed officials that violate their sworn Oath of Office, they be removed and prosecuted for their violation(s) to the full extent of the law. Anything less is violates the Rule of Law of which is the foundation of our nation.

Journal Archives

Rick #3 Perry

When will the Trump White direct Fudge Barr to open
a D.O.J. to investigate the drug deal by the dumb one
of the Three Amigo's, using his "charm" to secure a
contract with an Ukrainian Gas company for one of
his donors?

BOTH should go to prison! Yesterday.

Jim Jordan

the no-jacket, headless republican, mens locker room perv, chicken
that will be freed in the barnyard by other idiotic republicans smart
enough to await the Joran chicken dance and make bets behind his

Ought to be a barnburner!

If the occupants in the White House

were Branch Davidians, tanks and SWAT teams would
have already cleared the criminals out.

But oh no, as they are protected by the wealthy white
christian republicans we have to await the local sheriff
serve them an Eviction Notice that they will just ignore.
Posted by Cartaphelius | Tue Nov 5, 2019, 04:44 PM (0 replies)

Let me ask a question...

Ready? (not the question, just a prep....)



If, like every trumple with breathe in their clueless bodies, milling aimlessly about in the woods,

were singing in unison the praises of Trumpler, "No Quid Pro Quo, don't ya know?"

would there be sound?

I just checked

Posted by Cartaphelius | Mon Nov 4, 2019, 07:24 PM (1 replies)

Public Enemy #1


No matter the form they come in.

Don't fall for "let the votes decide" in the next election!

Remember that is how we got into this mess! And if that
isn't sufficient, consider they would not suggest such a
"daring" move if they didn't already know the outcome.
Posted by Cartaphelius | Sun Nov 3, 2019, 01:23 PM (3 replies)

David Gerkin on AC 360

Talk about an useful idiot for the Right.

Admits that a SCIF and all that takes place within its walls
securing the secrecy of testimony of witness and codified are
in the House Rules. Then justifies Meadows & Jordans violations
of National Security Laws and the House Rules they, Meadows
and Jordan, passed, as political violations. And he goes on to blame
Democrats for doing the exact same thing based solely on assumption.

Ignoring the Nunez aid that is suck to Trump's ass, Gerkin, pickled in
whatever, justifies breakin the LAW as well as House Procedures, which
the Republicans, to a person have spend an enormous of time and energy
decrying the Democrats lack of transparency.

I am quite sure that this direct pipe line from the SCIF to the White House
was never shared with the Democrats. In fact, considering that Meadows
and Jordan led the storming of the SCIF, where actually present in the SCIF
for each and every witness deposed, why aren't they in Jail.

Why haven't these traitors to the Rule of Law and the Constitution not been
stripped of all of their House Committee Appointments?

The argument "well the democrats do it" to justify their law breaking is specious
at best and an all-out-lie at the worst, as the republicans may have "constructively"
leaked so that they could "blame" (throw shade) on the democrats.

Neither of which does nothing to satisfy the proposition that "2 wrongs does not
make a right".

All HOUSE MEMBERS involved in the "Storming The SCIF" should all be stripped of
committee assignments, sanctioned and censored, never to allowed to participate
in secured investigations.

Posted by Cartaphelius | Sat Nov 2, 2019, 10:44 AM (2 replies)

The most obvious reason

republicans demand the breaking of laws, like the release of FISA Court documents, names of LEGALLY protected whistleblowers,
of their own, established by them in 2015, House Procedural Rules, National Security violations, etc., etc. is only to enrich themselves, secure
their ill-gotten power over American Citizens and further their reliance on WIN BY ANY MANY MEANS NECESSARY while making the American Citizens pay for everything they destroy.

Lindsey the Limp,

please tell us all again how the Nancy and the Demreps
are "unfair", illegitimate, dangerous criminals, ignoring the
Rule of Law that you yourself championed in 1998.

Again, as your Master is married, your prostration before
him, as a U.S. Senator, is indeed, more criminal as you
offer the United States of America and every man, woman
and child for sacrifice, just to preserve "the secret skeleton
hiding in your closet."

Save us all and prostrate with your secret to your god and
at least pretend that your blind ambitions matters less than
the survival of Democracy.

America's Deficit - 2019 and beyond

Can anyone name ONE Republican Administration since 1960 that paid on our
debt instead of adding to it?

As politicians tend to digress endlessly with non-answers, they need not respond.

Lindsey and the Senate

Exactly what authority grants the Lindsey the right to focus the
power(s) of the senate to insert themselves in the House of Representatives
and their exclusive Congressional power of IMPEACHMENT?

Lindsey the Limp, Lame and Lazy, has forgotten his own words regarding
an Executive Branch refusing a subpoena, by just the refusal to comply,
"has committed an impeachable act".

See Chris Cuomo at

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