The Book Of Reagan, Chapter 3, Verse 5-19

Joe Doakes from Como Park emails:

The Justice Department is part of the Executive Branch.  They work for the President.

In theory, the Justice Department ought to be non-political.  But as these articles note, the career bureaucrats have their own agenda and they resent their bosses telling them what to do.  The comments by former Obama administration officials make it clear that they believe they are not accountable to the President.  They’re not accountable to anybody.

The notion of unaccountable bureaucrats pursuing their own agenda is anti-American.  There is no authority for it in the Constitution, legislation or case-law.  It usurps lawful authority.  It’s a form of coup, undermining the rightful government.  They are the swamp Trump promised to drain.

Take a lesson from Ronaldus Magnus.  Fire them all.

Joe Doakes

I’m becoming more convinced every day that Federal Law Enforcement is the “standing army” that the founding fathers were worried about, but couldn’t have possibly conceived of.

24 thoughts on “The Book Of Reagan, Chapter 3, Verse 5-19

  1. Since Marx, the Left has embraced the idea that history is progressive. For a century — since Lenin — the Left has embraced the idea that a ‘vanguard’ of intellectuals can drag humanity towards what Trotsky called the “radiant future.”
    The vanguard is never bigger than the army. Today’s Leftists are un-democratic to their core. If they found themselves believing what the mass of people believe, they would move further left.

  2. ‘Deep State’, ‘secret Obama military bases that will overthrow democracy’, ‘Sandy Hook massacre staged to undermine Americans’ gun rights’… seems like there is nothing that is too bizarre to believe for the Alt-right. And President Tee Time provides a forum to those clowns. They thought it was going to be a push-button presidency where all sorts of wish lists come true; now they realized there are other people on the planet. These alt-right folks are naive beyond belief.

    How bizarre the world has become…

  3. “They thought it was going to be a push-button presidency where all sorts of wish lists come true.”
    You were dead certain that Hillary would be elected by a large majority, Emery.
    People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.

  4. For what it is worth.

    In 2014, the company I was working for at the time (fuck you Professor Kreepy)had a project in Kennewick, OR. My colleagues that were deployed to commission the work reported that the night they arrived at the hotel, several unmarked black Hummvees arrived with at least 12 heavily armed men (side arms and rifles), dressed in black fatigues with no insignia or name tags checked in, carrying their weapons.

    The clerk later said that squads like this were common, and that they were involved in training at the Umatilla Chemical Depot, which was de-commissioned after they completed the disposal of their stockpiles in 2011.

    My friends took pictures of the vehicles parked out front, but I have lost them.

    Word around town was they were Homeland Security.

  5. The big question is whether this standing army will turn on its citizenry on command of some crazed libturd apparatchik. It is easy to bribe army in the hellholes like Venezuela, but can you offer somebody who can have anything and everything is available?

  6. Woolly: I prefer a president whose campaign manager’s house isn’t raided by the FBI.

    Guilt-by-association, Emery. By the way, by the time Trump was elected, Manafort was a former campaign manager. Trump accepted his resignation in mid-August, after Manafort’s connections to Russia came to light, and after allegations were made about Manafort illegally receiving foreign funds.

    Keep trying.

  7. Woolly: I prefer a president whose campaign manager’s house isn’t raided by the FBI.

    But you are perfectly OK with YOUR presidents breaking laws, pissing on constitution and being indicted. Natch… You are a troll. A pathetic and p0nwed troll.

  8. Only things that kept Barry out of Supermax were Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch. Sorry, Emery, but with the blue dress and the host of things that never got investigated with Obama, you might do well not to throw stones at this point.

  9. No, Emery preferred someone who, had she been a federal contractor and not a well connected and powerful politician, would be behind bars awaiting trial on felony counts.

    Oh, and Emery, Trump can creditably claim Manafort acted on his own (at least to the same level as Obama can claim the same about Lynch). Hillary cannot make similar claims.

  10. “Anyone being investigated by the FBI is not qualified to be President of the United States.” ~ Donald J Trump 2016

    Imagine how different our politics and trust in institutions would be today if Nixon had done a little hard time.

  11. Ah, life in a fantasy world… Nothing less can be expected from the troll living under a bridge while reality streams overhead. It is not even fun anymore to point out that sTrumpet is not under investigation. The trolls just no comprender.

  12. “Anyone being investigated by the FBI is not qualified to be President of the United States.” ~ Donald J Trump 2016

    Applied to HRC, hasn’t yet applied to Trump.

    Imagine how different our politics and trust in institutions would be today if Nixon had done a little hard time.

    People in Nixon’s administration were convicted and sent to jail. Was Nixon ever charged with a crime while President?

    If Nixon had done “hard time” as result of his political adversaries not liking him, I agree, our politics and trust in institutions would be different: Kangaroo courts and bloody transfers of power.

    Keep trying, Emery.

  13. Yes, your description of yourself as a disease ridden, contagious triggered snowflake is spot on, eTASS.

  14. Ivan, your English and sentence structure has shown dramatic improvement. Has Putin given his Russian trolls a performance review lately?

    Most adults who have gratifying “off-line” lives, and know better than to pay much attention to online posts. From what I’ve seen, most of it’s just so much hot air, a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing — except perhaps a sad look into an online poster’s unresolved and still-painful childhood issues.

  15. know better than to pay much attention to online posts

    And yet you just did, screwering your own narrative. What a maroon…

  16. Most adults who have gratifying “off-line” lives, and know better than to pay much attention to online posts.

    Sounds like a confession, Emery. :^)

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