Here’s a real Independence Day

To the Hildabeast, Slick Willie and our little Barry Hussein: Fuck off.

“The attorney general secretly canoodles with the husband of the subject of criminal investigation by her own department and the president, the enforcer of our laws, shrugs. The media, the challenger of the powerful, smirks. They rub our noses in their contempt for the law. And by doing so, demonstrate their contempt for us…

“We are not all equal before the law. Our constitutional rights are not being upheld. We are not being defended – hell, we normals get blamed every time some Seventh Century savage goes on a kill spree. Yet we’re still supposed to keep going along as if everything is cool, obeying the law, subsidizing the elite with our taxes, taking their abuse.”

To the Hildabeast, Slick Willie and our little Barry Hussein: We owe you nothing. Not respect. Not loyalty. Not obedience. Try running a country whose citizens pay you no mind. No mind at all.

Via Instapundit

UPDATE:  Far as I’m concerned, Famous But Incompetent’s decision today not to prosecute the Hildabeast was no surprise. The way things work in Washington these days, it was only to be expected. And in no way does it change any of the foregoing.

5 responses to “Here’s a real Independence Day

  1. Two observations Dick—
    Up until today, Comey was universally respected in DC as a stand up guy who acted honestly and apolitically. The amount of influence and power used to subvert this investigation and make him implicit in the act is HUGE.

    Do you really think Obama would be on the campaign trail with Hillary today if he was not sure of the outcome of the FBI investigation?? No way! He knew exactly what the findings were even though Comey said otherwise.

    Hillary is not above the laws, She IS the law and the FBI’s report today assured her the Presidency.

    The fix is in and us flyover folks are just going to have to grin and accept it.

    We saw tyranny today unmasked.

  2. Wasn’t really a surprise, though, now was it? You didn’t really think a Democrat administration would allow the presumptive Democrat candidate to be indicted, did you?

    I noted that he said no prosecutor wanted to touch it because Fart, Barf & Itch hadn’t found the evidence to prove intent. Her intent to break the law. That is the usual hangup when a grand jury no bills a case. Of course here those prosecutors might have had other reasons not to be spoken of in public.

    As for our little Barry Hussein, well, he is Comey’s boss, so it figures he would have known in advance. And, for that matter, Lynch, Comey’s other boss, who probably told Slick Willie in their private meeting not to worry. In case he was worried. Or maybe he just delivered the check from the foundation for her coming campaign for whatever.

    They are all corrupt, indeed. And I think passive anarchy is going to grow more common if she is elected president. Time will tell. It would be better than a civil war, for sure.

  3. Sennacherib

    No Stanley it isn’t a surprise, but it does give them all a legacy sure enough, just not the one they want. It confirms with out a doubt for the right that they are as corrupt as has been alleged. But also there is a huge percentage of our friends on the left who now think, but not say out loud the same thing. This is what these people will be remember for, not any of their high flying euphemisms. Now if she is elected (and that’s far from certain), in her mind it will be to avoid further prosecution little else.

    And yes I think you’ll see a lot of “Irish Democracy” in effect. They have destroyed their own legitimacy and very few will take seriously them in anything.
    Does it mean the end of the Republic, who knows, I personally doubt it, but the future is obscure.

  4. It won’t bring down the government, I agree, but it might de-legitimize the Democrat party for a decade or two. Of course it all depends on how people vote in November. They’re going to have to hold their noses either way. As others have suggested it will be a “crook vs racist” contest. But she’s a well-known crook. Whether he’s a racist or not is in the eye of the beholder. I doubt that he is. If building a wall on the southern border is racism, call me a racist, too. Not that I expect one to be built. At least not in the Valley.

  5. It’s not going to change things a bit, I reckon. But like I’ve been saying for years, fuck the law. It’s only for dumbasses. Just don’t get caught.