Sunday, October 26, 2014

Molehill Moeller: leadership versus partisanship and thinking for yourself.

First of all, Sen. Ann Rivers (R-18) is just that: Senator Rivers of the 18th District.

As a litmus test, any time Moeller disagrees with anything Rivers does or does not do, that generally means that Rivers is right.

However, Moeller does not live in the 18th, mores the pity.  Because if he did, he'd have a better chance to master levitation then he would to get elected to anything here.

That said, Molehill Moeller frequently confuses his partisan stances with what he refers to as "leadership."

Frankly, Moeller wouldn't know leadership if it bit him in the butt.

Secondly, Moeller, who lied to us about every aspect of the CRC Scam... every CONCEIVABLE aspect of it, come to think of it, knows nothing about "leadership."  If he did know anything about it, he would know that one of the first tenets of the art is "setting the example."

Moeller confuses "leadership" here with "doing what I want to do, and doing what I tell you to do."

This is the same Molehill Moeller who not only sued his own district over their overwhelming support of the 2/3rds requirement to increase taxation, but who routinely affixes his fangs to the taxpayer trough to enrich himself personally whenever the legislature goes into special session by taking full per diem when he's not even there.

Thirdly, it seems apparent to a fringe-left nutter like Moeller, "leadership" is defined as "doing what I tell you."

Moeller is a hypocrite on so many levels, has been for years.  But then, that sums up democrats who view the honor the people have done them by electing them as a free license to ignore the people whenever they feel like it, as best displayed by democrat Steve Stuart:
"And I've said it before: I don't speak for the people.. I will NEVER speak for "the people," I speak for Steve and some of you are going to agree with me and some of you aren't."
That school of thought has brought this country the leprosy of Obamacare, for example.  And wow, what a deal THAT's been, eh?

Fringe-left nutters like Moeller view Sen. River's failure to rabidly support the idiocy of the CRC/Loot Rail scam and the twin idiocy of the Charter scam as a personal affront.

While I personally would have been thrilled to have her come out against this, I am by no means upset that first, her opinion is her business and second, that she seems to be telling the voters that unlike Moeller, who confuses "leadership" with tell you what to think, Rivers takes the unusual for the left idea of urging us to think for ourselves to a new level.

I'm satisfied with her response, considering that she didn't need to say anything one way or the other.

Obviously, whack jobs on either side won't agree with that.  But I find it refreshing we've been reminded that the responsibility for our vote (And my vote is as a rabid a "no" vote as humanly possible) rests with the voter, and that we should not take a position as voters one way or the other merely because someone with a title told us to.

Molehill, of course, takes the exact opposite tact.

He's a leftist robot who wants YOU to be a leftist robot.  And in response to that, I offer this observation:

Molehill, you don't like what Rivers is doing, then don't vote for her.

That said, I use that observation to point out the following:

YOU DON'T LIVE HERE MORON.  Frankly, how she votes, what she supports or opposes is really none of your business.

Of course, you could do us all a favor by resigning in protest, but how likely is it that your aircraft carrier-sized ego would allow you to do that, eh, Moeller?

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