This blog originally founded by Blogger who holds a theological degree and a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Taught Psychology for 32 years and is now Professor Emeritus. Is a board-certified psychologist and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in his profession. Ministered as a chaplain, and pastored Baptist and Episcopal churches. Publications cover the integration of psychology and theology. Served in the Army, the Merchant Marines and the Peace Corps.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Criminality in Obama Administration

 An Anonymous Reader who keeps challenging our assertion that Obama’s is the most corrupt administration, this time links to a list of Reagan-administration convictions. To which another commenter called Sark retorts"  "Annoyance just stepped in it. Eric Holder was Obama's AG. Why do you think he would prosecute anyone in the Obama administration?"

Right on Sark. The Attorney General himself is in criminal contempt of Congress--the only one in history.  One Congressman wrote:
"Mr. Holder’s violations of the law are egregious and he should not be immune from the prosecution or given license to act without restraint. 

An ordinary citizen would go to jail for selling guns to Mexican drug cartels.

An ordinary citizen would go to jail for secretly obtaining phone records and emails.

An ordinary citizen would go to jail for lying to Congress about an investigation.

What would happen to an ordinary citizen for lying to a judge?"

No one has been tried for the abuse of power in using the IRS against political enemies. Or, who ordered the stand down in Benghazi. No one has paid for allowing veterans to die in VA hospitals.  Then there is the most recent EPA spill. And now there is Hillary.

Then there is Obama himself who has illegally put 1800 regulations into effect–and has had to be slapped down again and again by the courts including the Supreme Court, for other illegal actions.

Also, Obama has always been surrounded by law breakers and felons

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/25/the-short-cut-king-at-justice/

http://dailysignal.com/2014/09/25/eric-holders-seven-worst-actions/

There is a saying that "It’s not over until it’s over." The next Republican or honest Democrat (an oxymoron?) president may still have to prosecute a lot of cases.

30 comments:

Sarkazein said...

Obama, Holder, Lerner, Reed and others do not see the Republican majority or recent presidencies as legitimate. They only see themselves and the MSM as legitimate. Calls by the Republican majority to charge or to prosecute is mere white noise that can be ignored, they think.

Anonymous said...

Cry me a river.

Anonymous said...

Liberals (like anonymous) - "Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction! (Not a lie) Hurricane Katrina! (Not Bush's fault) Economic collapse of 2008! (not Bush's fault)"

My response? Cry me a river! Does it work both ways? Of course not! Liberals will excuse and ignore ANY wrongdoing by THEIR people, but scream their heads off with false allegations against conservatives.

Hillary, in Congressional hearing said, (to paraphrase), "What, at this point, does it matter?" Is it the liberal attitude that once you get away with something, no one can bring it up later? You can break the law, lie, cheat, abuse power, and if you can cover it up long enough, then your response can simply be, "But that was last year? What, at this point, does it matter?" Would you be so forgiving if a Republican tried the same line? Again, NO! Hypocrite.

Anonymous said...

You are wise to focus on Hillary. I would too if my party was as void of ideas and viable candidates as the republicans. You rally around a candidate that voices your views aloud that have been typically voiced privately and exposes you for what you are..old, scared white men that are nostalgic of the past with NO vision of the future.

Sarkazein said...

Well said Anonymous 7:17 PM

Anonymous said...

Ours is the ONLY party with ideas and ACTUAL CHOICES when it comes to candidates. Old white men? Can we say, Bernie Sanders? And Hillary might as well be an "old white man." Ha! No wonder Bill runs around. Is Ben Carson an old white man? Is Rubio? Is Fiorina? Again, you ASSUME that everyone here is a Trump fan and base your comments on that false assumption. I am not a Trump fan. More and more, I like Carson and Fiorina. So your entire comment falls flat on its idiotic face. You have yet to say ANYTHING in defense of your presumed candidate, Billary. What does Billary stand for? What is Billary's "vision of the future?" Are the Democrats so devoid of ideas and candidates that they have to go back in time and resurrect a Clinton from twenty years ago? Is THAT a vision for the future?

Our side will have an actual contested primary process -- unless someone else jumps in and saves your side (maybe "Lockbox" Al Gore), you will have a coronation of a person who feels like she is entitled to the nomination -- it's her time to ascend to the throne. And she acts very much like a monarch. The laws don't apply to her. You do not have the right to question her, or even address her. If she campaigns, she knows that it is just a charade she must play in order to fool the idiotic masses (you) into voting for her. You don't want a government of the people, by the people, for the people. You already demonstrate an unwillingness to hold government accountable to the laws (at least, when your party controls the government). Hypocrite.

Anonymous said...

"Ours is the ONLY party with ideas and ACTUAL CHOICES..." Like, what??

Blogger said...

Careful Anonmous 7:17, you are going back to being vacuous and I told you I will not let you waste my readers' time either by having to read you and worse wasting their time responding. My delete finger is beginning to itch so either get back on target or plan to disappear into cyberspace. Poof in a cloud of smoke.

Anonymous said...

"(at least, when your party controls the government). Hypocrite." Republicans hold the House and Senate and, for the most part, the Supreme Court.

Blogger said...

Definitely not talking to Anonymous 8:35 PM. Wish you would get a nom de plume. You are valuable. Don't need and URL. Just pick out something. Pundit would fit.

Anonymous said...

"you ASSUME that everyone here is a Trump fan and base your comments on that false assumption. I am not a Trump fan." What does it say about your party, that the person leading your party is full of nonsense??

Sarkazein said...

Trump puts fear in the brains of Liberals because this might be the end of political correctness. Truth is rearing its ugly head and the liberals are quaking.

Anonymous said...

Trump is promoting the Trump Brand, he has no solution, no ideas and is playing to the ignorance, fears, bigotry and racism GOP base. What Damn Fools!

Sarkazein said...

Why are solutions needed? 6.5 years with the great uniter, post political, post racial, most intelligent president in the history of the world... his worshipers are still begging for solutions.

Anonymous said...

I'm always amazed at the level on misinformation, meanness, anger, lack of reasoning and logic to be found on this page. Conservativism at this level is a cult. The GOP Base is nuts for thinking Donald Trump is qualified to hold public office, any public office.

Blogger said...

Anonymous, Is this another of the oracles you were told to pronounce over us from the gods?

Anonymous said...

I see nothing but the worst of humanity from the conservative posters here, no compassion, no desire for justice, no humanity and no vision. Donald Trump? Okay with torture? Theocracy ? Now Slavery is on the table? Those with the least political power and wealth create all of the problems in the conservative mind?

Sarkazein said...

Speaking of humanity, the stock market looked like the Hindenburg today.

Anonymous said...

I remind you the Dow was at 7000 when President Obama took office and falling, today it closed at 16,459.

Blogger said...

Anonymous, don't you feel better? As a psychologist that will be $100 charge for your ventilating. Doesn't it feel great to get that off your chest?

Sarkazein said...

Pumped up with freshly printed Federal Reserve funny money backed by Chinese IOUs. Change is tickle up.

Sarkazein said...

or "trickle up". From the Federal Reserve up to Wall Street. Just in case the grandkids wonder why they have no take home pay, only food stamps, government housing and mass transportation.

Anonymous said...

Trump is on TV now selling fear to a huge white crowd of Fox viewers, scapegoating hard working Christians, who clean toilets, spread asphalt, install roofing, sheet rock, tile and empty bed pans but have not enough power to even vote. How brave of the SOB!
Hitler also drew similar huge crowds also selling the same kind of fear, hate and bigotry.
Hitler's followers were also "Good Christians".

Sarkazein said...

The END of political correctness Trump rally

Hillary's drop in the polls and someone with the ability to end the lie that is political correctness.... there is still a chance for our country.

Sarkazein said...

Politico has a story about the unprecedented damage done by Obama to the Democrat Party since his election. Losses both state and national are huge and break political records. The problem is the GOP doesn't take full advantage of the losses. Not only is Obama the worst President in US history, he is also the worst Democrat in US political history.

Anonymous said...

America, needs more political power for billionaires and less for working families. America needs a stronger police state with more brutality and more citizen incarcerated. How about another war so we can all support our team America as we make more enemies around the world? "I like Billy Graham" what a political platform! Scapegoating, fear mongering, race baiting, who needs more?

Blogger said...

Written by one of our Lefties who loves to regularly pitch hissy fits.

Blogger said...

By the way, I am really proud of you regular readers who just let him have his temper tantrums and send him to bed without his supper.

Sarkazein said...

The poor little troll. 6.5 years into it and the troll is angrier than an old Conservative white man about the results.

Anonymous said...

"...I am really proud of you regular readers.." Both of them.