Lois Lerner, Fascist Cunt

But then again, we knew that already, didn’t we?

Seems like she started her illustrious career in government abuse of power as early as 1996, when she offered to drop bogus charges against a Republican candidate if he promised to never run for office again.

Salvi said he asked Lerner if she would be willing to put the offer into writing.

“We don’t do things that way,” Salvi said Lerner replied.

Salvi queried how then could such an agreement be enforced.

According to Salvi, Lerner replied: “You’ll find out.”

And he did. Of course, the fascist cunt was more than a little bit miffed when she had her manufactured charges thrown out of court.

And Salvi said when he thinks of that, he recalls the shock on Lerner’s face when the judge dismissed his case. “We never lose!” Lerner said, and then, he said she distinctly threatened, “We’ll get you!”

They never did. Well, except that:

“It was a nightmare,” Salvi said. “People ask me today why I’ve never run for office again after being a state representative for two terms, winning a GOP primary against the sitting lieutenant governor to run for U.S. Senate, and then finally losing an intense campaign against Durbin. All the time this long FEC ordeal continued while I ran for Secretary of State in 1998 and beyond. Why would anyone run for office again after all that? I’m very happy now, representing clients and raising my family. Never been happier.”

I guess she didn’t lose after all.

Only way to get rid of fascism is to get rid of the fascists.

One by one, if necessary.

Thatisall.

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single stack
single stack

There will be a time of reckoning. I believe it’s coming soon.

LC Spare Parts
LC Spare Parts

In California next week. Their new gun laws banning semi autos and the ammo background checks with the $50 fee are mrked up and going to pass the general assembly.

LC Xystus
LC Xystus

A little WWII nostalgia:

When duh Lerner says, “Ve’ll sqvash you like a bug,”

Then ve heil :em07: , heil :em07: right in duh Lerner’s mug!…

Don’t like our attitude, Frau/lein Schweinhund? Well, I’ve done nothing wrong–& I plead the fifth! Bwahahahaha! :em05: :em04: :em05: :em07: :em05:

LC Gregory
LC Gregory

As Mark Steyn says, with the bureaucracy, “the Process is the Punishment.”

Fa Cube Itches
Fa Cube Itches

Though it would never, ever, ever get proposed, let alone passed, abuse of power by any governmental official, federal or state, from assistant dog catcher to the president needs to be made a capital offense. Ideally, it should really be Roman style, too – snuff ’em, and take all of their holdings (in our case, to pay down public debt).… Read more »

bruce
bruce

these people are like ragheads we have to kill them before they kill us.

VonZorch Imperial Researcher
VonZorch Imperial Researcher

Fa Cube Itches says:

Ideally, it should really be Roman style, too – snuff ‘em, and take all of their holdings (in our case, to pay down public debt).

When I first saw Roman, I immediately thought you were going to suggest crucifiction.

LC Sir Clambake, Imperial Black Ops Technician, K.o.E.
LC Sir Clambake, Imperial Black Ops Technician, K.o.E.

Only way to get rid of fascism is to get rid of the fascists.

One by one, if necessary.

:em03: :em01:

VonZorch Imperial Researcher says: Fa Cube Itches says: Ideally, it should really be Roman style, too – snuff ‘em, and take all of their holdings (in our case, to pay down public debt). When I first saw Roman, I immediately thought you were going to suggest crucifiction. Nah… put ’em in a burlap sack with a dog and a rooster,… Read more »

Fa Cube Itches
Fa Cube Itches

VonZorch Imperial Researcher @ #:

When I first saw Roman, I immediately thought you were going to suggest crucifiction.

I did think about that, but given the age and physical condition of most of our pols and bureaucrats, they would not linger sufficiently long to allow for proper contemplation and reflection, shall we say?