Saturday, April 18, 2015

Conservatism: Crime Without Punishment


When gangsters get caught in a crime, they get arrested, tried, convicted, and punished.

But when Cons get caught in a crime NOTHING happens, because they are members of a "political party," and this becomes clearer when we read about the GOP's Annointed One...

"Jeb Bush's long history of dicey business practices."

Jeb Bush speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) at National Harbor in Maryland February 27, 2015.  REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque  (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) - RTR4RHAO
Attribution: REUTERS
"The New York Times has an investigative look into Jeb Bush's sordid business dealings that reads a little like a white-collar thriller. The article details a number of instances where he appeared to trade on his name as a young business man (something he denies), his investments went belly up, and his business associates were accused of fraud.

"Here's one excerpt from Steve Eder's reporting:
"Mr. Bush’s association with the M.W.I. Corporation, a Florida company that makes water pumps, was emblematic of that period. The company eventually closed a deal with several state governments in Nigeria in a purchase financed ultimately with $74 million in loans from the Export-Import Bank of the United States. But the Justice Department would later sue, claiming that Mr. Bush’s partners hid commissions of roughly $25 million to a Nigerian middleman. Though Mr. Bush denied making money on the deal, his association with M.W.I. resulted in questions that have endured for over two decades, with Mr. Bush once telling a reporter the association brought 'unmitigated grief.'"
"And here's a glimpse of how Jeb's associations sometimes became a headache for White House aides.


"'We were all risk-takers,' said Hank Klein, one of Mr. Bush’s former real estate partners. 'Everybody was, and that was exciting...'"

Of course, this candidate does come from a long line of criminals.



(You remember his brother and friends, don't you?)



If we're going to criminalize Conservatism, even a short list of Conservative crimes should rationalize calling Conservatism a crime, like this...



...because Conservatives never have to pay for their crimes...



...even if one of their crimes is murder...



...or bigotry...



...or outright theft...



...and procuring of minors, even if those minors are their own children...



...and starving the poor...



...and rape...



...and fraud...



...especially the white collar variety.



But to continue, there's also torture...



...and tax evasion...



...and corruption...


...and even treason.



And all of this is in the name of patriotism and religion!



Finally, the problem with our Conservative criminals is their lack of remorse...



...which means that we better not vote for them - never, never, NEVER again.



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Crime doesn't pay, unless you're a Republican.

As a Conservative Republican, you can claim protection from your crimes, because you're members of a "legitimate business" - the Conservative crime business called the GOP.

And Conservative crime's payout is enormous, because they take the money away from all of us and stuff it into their own pockets.

Theft, murder, treason, bigotry, fraud, corruption, rape, and torture...and it goes on and on, making us wonder why we still haven't...

...criminalized Conservatism!


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''The greatest threat to America is not necessarily a recession or even another
terrorist attack. The greatest threat to America is a liberal media bias.''

Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX).

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