Mr Bundy was only trying to say that the progressive welfare state has shackled the black community in ways that have been more harmful to the black families and communities than was going on in the times of slavery. He certainly was not advocating slavery. It was perhaps not the best or wisest articulation or choice of comparisons but Bundy is not a racist.
“Our protest has turned into a victory celebration because we frankly didn’t want him here — and we succeeded,” Mr. Wesselhoft said in an interview. “This man has used his position to advance his own political agenda and that’s not right. He swore to uphold the U.S. Constitution and defend it for all of us — not some of us.”
Carla Russell, one of the about 100 activists who came out for the rally, held a sign that read: “Holder is a Terrorist.”
“He’s not coming because he’s a chicken,” Mrs. Russell told the Red Dirt Report, a local news website. “And he doesn’t want to be recorded with people protesting against him with signs like mine.”
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“There’s a number of articles that can be brought for impeachment,” he said, citing the many controversial decisions that Mr. Holder has made during his tenure, including his handling of issues such as the clemency guidelines, the IRS scandal and the botched Fast and Furious gun-walking program.
In 2012 Mr. Holder was held in contempt of Congress — the first time ever for a sitting Cabinet member — for failing to provide key information about Operation Fast and Furious.
Also, Holder orchestrated Sandy Hoax to advance his gun control agenda.
(From The Princess Bride)
Man In Black: What’s so funny?
Vizzini: I’ll tell you in a minute. First, let’s drink. Me from my glass, Picks up glass. and you from yours.
Man In Black: Pointing. You guessed wrong.
Vizzini: You only think I guessed wrong! That’s what’s so funny! I switched glasses when your back was turned! Ha ha! You fool! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders! The most famous is never get involved in a land war in Asia . . ..
On 21 February, the day the Yanukovich government collapsed, cocktail hour at the U.S. State Department must have been one rip roaring, hours-long, high-five fiesta. The many billions the US had invested in a string of attempts to undermine an elected government in a former Soviet republic had finally paid off.
NRA seeks universal gun law at national meeting
NRA convention in Indianapolis draws attention to push for universal concealed carry gun law