Speaking of sophistry, this story almost made me tip over backwards while rolling my eyes:
My first thought was #Benghazigate and #4DeadAmericans. Oh wait, that was all Hillary’s fault and not Obama’s?
But wait, there’s more:
- Obama’s Top Five Health Care Lies
- Ten of Barack Obama’s Worst Lies
- Fact Check: To 10 Lies in Obama’s State of the Union
- Obama’s lies and the lies of the media
- 9 Biggest Lies Obama Told in His DNC Speech
Quote: Psychopaths in Command
“To defeat domestic psychopaths requires that we recognize that the most characteristic and destructive traits of a psychopathic system are corruption and incompetence.” ~ James G. Long
Now there is a fact.
Additional Reading: Hare.org
This Charming Psychopath: How to Spot Social Predators Before They Attack – An excerpt from Dr. Hare’s Without Conscience, published by Psychology Today.
So for some reason Twitter placed my @JSWardell account in Twitter Gulag (TG). They held me hostage for my mobile number. (I hate Twitter for that.)
In the beginning the Twitter Progressives were skilled at trashing Conservatives and throwing them in the TG therefore it was necessary and essential to have a backup account. For me that is and continues to be @JSWardell2.
What caused this unjust imprisonment?
Well, it could be that I was rapidly Tweeting back to Progressives attacking my stand on DACA. And it was going well, thanks to Daniel Greenfield‘s fantastic article that so wonderfully frames the debate:
DREAMERS AND THE “HOLDING CHILDREN ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR PARENTS” ARGUMENT
If your father embezzled millions of dollars from his company, if you didn’t know about it, you wouldn’t be liable for the theft. But you wouldn’t get to keep the money.
If you’re unknowingly living in a house that doesn’t belong to you because of the actions of your parents, you still have to give it back. You’re not being punished for their actions. But that doesn’t mean you have a right to benefit from their illegal acts.
The DREAMERS have a certain call on our sympathy. But their American victims have both the moral and legal case to protect their rights.
It’s sad when someone loses their house or has to change their lifestyle because their parents stole it. But it’s those they stole it from who are the real victims.
Oh my gosh, I LOVE Daniel Greenfield, prolific and brilliant writer.
Anyway, back to the saga. Finally, after not quite a day in the TG, my original Twitter account @JSWardell is functioning but please be sure to #Follow @JSWardell2 in case my page is suspended in the future.
What do you do with the people you voted into power, or maybe you did not vote them into power because the candidate of your choice was far more fiscally conservative, and now those you did not vote for are, seemingly, in a drunken stupor over their perceived power and control to manipulate and gerrymander the legislative process?
I remember when, and still believe, Mitch McConnell lied to Ted Cruz.
And recently, I wonder who lied when….
Now there are those pushing for Tax Reform. But what about fully repealing Obamacare as essential to serious tax reform?
Get out your copy of The Declaration of Independence. Read it and then read this:
So what to do?
America is not a country for servile men and women. We not only have a right to be free, but a duty to be free. For “when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security.”
~ David Azerrad
It has been a very long and exhausting day. I have been off and on the internet in very short spurts so do not really know what has been going on as the “hot topic” for the day other than #ProgressiveRepublicans and their #PRL have passed the Progressive #OmnibusHell bill and will never #FullRepeal as they bully votes for #Ryanocare instead.
That reminds me: Watch the LIARS segment about Margaret Sanger with Glenn Beck at the end of this post. And get the book.
On a positive note: The best part of my day was reading A Grateful Yet Regretful Farewell To Heritage’s Jim DeMint.