Solid guy, and, at least historically, has gotten broad bi-partisan approval. Yeah, we know that in a few weeks or minutes he’ll be the evil love-child of Béla Ferenc Dezso Blaskó and Pennywise. No doubt he did something bad in high school in 1965, and we’ll be hearing all about it soon and over and over again.

2 Responses to “Durham”

  1. feeblemind Says:

    An interesting read.

    Thank you.

    I had missed this.

  2. feeblemind Says:

    re What are the odds that the Durham investigation is for real and will bring the bad actors to justice?

    We don’t know. Only time will tell.

    Our betters’ credibility is gone. Seeing is believing.

    Great quote from Rush as he was talking about Durham.

    RUSH: Holy cow. Some of you people are on fire out there today. I checked the email during the break, and I got a bunch of people sending me notes. “I don’t care about this guy’s resume. I’m fed up with hearing about people’s resume!” They’re talking about the guy that Barr has appointed. “I’m gonna wait see results. I don’t care what this guy’s done. You know, that’s all we get. We get resumes, we get past history, we get performance, we get our hopes raised, we get our expectations raised, and then nothing ever happens.

    “So you can stuff this guy’s resume, Mr. Limbaugh, as far as I’m concerned. I’m waiting to see if anybody delivers on this.” I understand the sentiment, folks. I understand the sentiment. I can count as easily as you can the number of times over whatever length of time in the past you want, 30 years, 10 years, 15, five, it doesn’t matter. The number of times we’ve been led to believe that heads are gonna roll, things are gonna happen, the bad guys are gonna get caught. I mean, for two years we’ve been, “Breaking news! Breaking news!

    “The bottom’s gonna fall out tomorrow,” and it never does. “Breaking news! Breaking news! Heads are gonna roll tomorrow,” and they never do. “Breaking news! Breaking news! Full operation exposed, details tomorrow morning,” whatever. Never happens.

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