Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Democrat Corruption

Remember the Dumocrat congressman who grabbed one of the military units sent to New Orleans after that massive hurricane to help survivors, to retrieve some of his ill-gotten gains he had hidden in his refrigerator? He was sentenced to 13 years in prison, one of the longest terms ever given to a former congressman. But he took advantage of a court ruling and was released until the case was adjudicated. When it was, he took a plea bargain and was sentenced to “time served.” Which means he mostly got away with his corruption, and gave a bad name to black elected officials in the South. Even so, he is in disgrace, and will be so for the rest of his life. I don’t expect he will ever try to run for an elected office, but his conviction won’t stop him if he does. As with former DC Mayor Marion Barry (also a Dumocrat) that conviction won’t stop him from being elected. That is yet one more mistake the Founders made, not prohibiting felons from being elected to office. (Wikipedia)

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