Saturday, March 14, 2015

Wanna bet the RINO Senate caves on Lynch for AG?

Ahhhh.... the joys of affirmative action.

It brought us that clueless idiot in the White House.  It brought us his less than worthless corruptible friends.

It brought us fellow racist bigot victim Eric Holder... and now, it's going to bring us another moron victim by the name of Lynch.

Lynch.  A strangely appropriate name for someone who will carry on the policies of the lowlifes currently controlling government... someone who, it is alleged, said that illegal aliens in this country actually have a "right to a job."


Washington Times
President Barack Obama’s nominee to replace Eric Holder as Attorney General of the United States, Loretta Lynch, said on Wednesday during a Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing that she thinks illegal aliens have the same right to work in America as American citizens do.
“Senator, I believe the right and the obligation to work is one that is shared by everyone in this country, regardless of how they came here,” Lynch said when asked by Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) who has a greater right to work: Illegal aliens, or lawful immigrants and American citizens?
“Certainly, if someone is here—regardless of status—I would prefer that they be participating in the workplace than not participating in the workplace,” Lynch said.
She also said she doesn’t believe that Obama’s executive action on immigration is an “amnesty.”
“With respect to the provision about temporary deferral, I did not read it as providing a legal amnesty, that is that permanent status there,” Lynch said.
With respect to whether those individuals would be able to seek redress for employment discrimination, if that is the purpose of your question, again I haven’t studied that legal issue. I certainly think you raise an important point and would look forward to discussing it with you and using, and relying upon your thoughts and experiences as we consider that point.
When asked by Sessions whether she agrees with Holder’s stated opinion that amnesty–and citizenship–for illegal aliens in America is a civil right, Lynch dodged the question saying she hasn’t “studied the issue enough” to give a legal opinion.

That's a lie, of course: the only thing illegal aliens should have a right to is a permanent deportation.
Soon... perhaps next week... the Senate shall vote on this hideous legal creature's ascension to the office of US Attorney General.

That she's unfit for office is obvious: I wouldn't allow her to run an elevator for me.

So, the question, of course, becomes this: will the GOP Senate confirm her?

Of course they will.  Just like a democrat Senate would.

Which brings me back to my observation made so many years ago:  it's not going to matter who's in charge: they'll vote as if they're democrats.


Because they're cowards who'd rather stay in office than represent the people, an infectious disease that has appeared to emanate down to the lowest levels, we find ourselves $18 trillion in debt, an out of control domestic government that has resulted in continuing "Fergusons" even though the basis for that action has nothing to do with civil rights, and a foreign policy causing most every president we've ever had to spin in their respective graves like a top.

We have no GOP leadership at any level that even has a passing acquaintance with courage.  We have far too few in office who see their roles as representing the people instead of representing their own best interests.

It's disheartening.  It's painful.  It's the blinding light of corruption, white hot, that makes me recoil in horror and pain.

And it hurts us all.

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