Things I have learned from genuine, honest journalists and other Democrats

As I have gotten older, I have been enlightened about so many things from honest, genuine, conscience-driven journalists and other Democrats.  Of course, to accept what I have learned, I had to check my common sense at the door.

I learned in 2008 that John McCain was a despicable racist who would be a terrible president.  Later, I learned how beloved, smart, and honest he was as long as he was trashing Trump.  He was deeply respected when he died and had been in high demand by genuine journalists who care about only the truth.

In 2012, as I supported Mitt Romney, I learned that he was deplorable, greedy, and stupid.  He even thought Russia was dangerous, and President Obama laughed at him.  Now he is the most respected, genuine, God-fearing man of conscience as long as he trashes Trump.  He is in great demand by the honest, non-partisan media.

I have learned that Democrats who vote against impeachment aren't respected at all.  Mavericks who vote their conscience on the Left must have some ulterior motive.

I have learned that it is OK for the DNC and Hillary to contract out investigations to foreign sources and receive a fictional document to destroy a Republican in an election.  The brilliant Congressman Jeffries said that was OK because they paid for it as opposition research.

But it is impeachable for President Trump to comply with the a treaty and ask a foreign country to investigate corruption as we fork out hundreds of millions of dollars.

I've learned that it is OK for the Obama administration, including the Justice Department, State Department, and intelligence agencies, to spy on citizens, lie to the courts, and infiltrate political opponents' campaigns.  I thought meddling in elections was bad, but I guess not if you are targeting people the media and other Democrats want to defeat.

I have learned that Adam Schiff and others can lie for years about Russian collusion, the FISA courts, and the whistleblower and make up fictional phone calls, and he will be considered a reliable, honest source by the complicit media.  He will be in high demand.

I have learned that the Bidens and Clintons can enrich themselves greatly with funds from foreign countries, and the media will say there is no evidence that anyone did anything wrong.

I have learned that a book called Profiles in Corruption will generate little interest in the media.  After all, why would anyone want to look at how politicians like the Bidens, the Sanders family, and others enriched themselves as they pretend to care for the poor?  Who would want the media to investigate corruption by political candidates?  If the media didn't give a damn about all the laws the Clintons broke as they greatly enriched themselves, why would they care about other corrupt Democrats?

I have learned that it is never OK for a president to have domestic or foreign policies that he believes are good for the country but might benefit himself in the next election.  To journalists and the rest of the media, that is abuse of power and impeachable.

But it is OK for Democrats to vote for impeachment, support open borders, give federal dollars to Planned Parenthood as they support abortion on demand, pander for votes by pretending to have free education and other stuff, or seek to destroy fossil fuel companies as they pander for votes.  Why isn't the vote for impeachment an impeachable offense, since it is meant to influence the next election?

Is it any wonder there is so much corruption in the U.S today when the media are so willing to ignore corruption and elect politicians if they have a "D" behind their name?  In Illinois, the Democrat governor, Democrat House, and Democrat Senate are currently pretending they are focusing like a laser beam on ethics reform.  It appears we have a lot of slow learners, because we have had a Democrat speaker for over thirty years, who has been in office for around fifty years, and now he is focused on ethics reform?  It is a shame anyone believes them.  Here are some simple ethics rules.  Don't steal from taxpayers, including having ghost payrollers, and don't take kickbacks in return for votes.

Here are a couple of hints as to whom you shouldn't support for president.  Don't support someone who takes massive kickbacks for her personal foundation.  Don't support someone who is in charge of Ukraine whose son gets a ghost job at a corrupt company, making millions, and who threatens to cut off a billion dollars if the Ukrainians don't fire a prosecutor.  Don't support someone who makes up a fake racial composition to enrich herself, and don't support a socialist who appointed his wife to receive commissions on advertising his campaign buys.

Graphic credit: Needpix.

As I have gotten older, I have been enlightened about so many things from honest, genuine, conscience-driven journalists and other Democrats.  Of course, to accept what I have learned, I had to check my common sense at the door.

I learned in 2008 that John McCain was a despicable racist who would be a terrible president.  Later, I learned how beloved, smart, and honest he was as long as he was trashing Trump.  He was deeply respected when he died and had been in high demand by genuine journalists who care about only the truth.

In 2012, as I supported Mitt Romney, I learned that he was deplorable, greedy, and stupid.  He even thought Russia was dangerous, and President Obama laughed at him.  Now he is the most respected, genuine, God-fearing man of conscience as long as he trashes Trump.  He is in great demand by the honest, non-partisan media.

I have learned that Democrats who vote against impeachment aren't respected at all.  Mavericks who vote their conscience on the Left must have some ulterior motive.

I have learned that it is OK for the DNC and Hillary to contract out investigations to foreign sources and receive a fictional document to destroy a Republican in an election.  The brilliant Congressman Jeffries said that was OK because they paid for it as opposition research.

But it is impeachable for President Trump to comply with the a treaty and ask a foreign country to investigate corruption as we fork out hundreds of millions of dollars.

I've learned that it is OK for the Obama administration, including the Justice Department, State Department, and intelligence agencies, to spy on citizens, lie to the courts, and infiltrate political opponents' campaigns.  I thought meddling in elections was bad, but I guess not if you are targeting people the media and other Democrats want to defeat.

I have learned that Adam Schiff and others can lie for years about Russian collusion, the FISA courts, and the whistleblower and make up fictional phone calls, and he will be considered a reliable, honest source by the complicit media.  He will be in high demand.

I have learned that the Bidens and Clintons can enrich themselves greatly with funds from foreign countries, and the media will say there is no evidence that anyone did anything wrong.

I have learned that a book called Profiles in Corruption will generate little interest in the media.  After all, why would anyone want to look at how politicians like the Bidens, the Sanders family, and others enriched themselves as they pretend to care for the poor?  Who would want the media to investigate corruption by political candidates?  If the media didn't give a damn about all the laws the Clintons broke as they greatly enriched themselves, why would they care about other corrupt Democrats?

I have learned that it is never OK for a president to have domestic or foreign policies that he believes are good for the country but might benefit himself in the next election.  To journalists and the rest of the media, that is abuse of power and impeachable.

But it is OK for Democrats to vote for impeachment, support open borders, give federal dollars to Planned Parenthood as they support abortion on demand, pander for votes by pretending to have free education and other stuff, or seek to destroy fossil fuel companies as they pander for votes.  Why isn't the vote for impeachment an impeachable offense, since it is meant to influence the next election?

Is it any wonder there is so much corruption in the U.S today when the media are so willing to ignore corruption and elect politicians if they have a "D" behind their name?  In Illinois, the Democrat governor, Democrat House, and Democrat Senate are currently pretending they are focusing like a laser beam on ethics reform.  It appears we have a lot of slow learners, because we have had a Democrat speaker for over thirty years, who has been in office for around fifty years, and now he is focused on ethics reform?  It is a shame anyone believes them.  Here are some simple ethics rules.  Don't steal from taxpayers, including having ghost payrollers, and don't take kickbacks in return for votes.

Here are a couple of hints as to whom you shouldn't support for president.  Don't support someone who takes massive kickbacks for her personal foundation.  Don't support someone who is in charge of Ukraine whose son gets a ghost job at a corrupt company, making millions, and who threatens to cut off a billion dollars if the Ukrainians don't fire a prosecutor.  Don't support someone who makes up a fake racial composition to enrich herself, and don't support a socialist who appointed his wife to receive commissions on advertising his campaign buys.

Graphic credit: Needpix.