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Monday, March 20, 2006

Ashcroft Under Fire From Arianna's Glass House

Arianna sets her sites on John Ashcroft today, who has registered as a lobbyist.

Arianna says, "So the former holy rolling AG has now hung out his K Street shingle...."

Former holy roller? Even the term 'holy roller' is a slap in the face of Americans who do believe in God. Do you mean to say that his relationship to God is void because he is making a legal living?
The moonbat left would have you believe that all lobbyists are greedy white Republicans and that all of them are dishonest.

Head Moonbat Arianna states, "Under his guidance, the Justice Department ended up charging only one person, Zacarias Moussaoui, with direct involvement with 9/11. And we see how well that's going."

Is that the best you've got? Zacarias was the only one who missed his flight, Arianna. The reason things are not going so well is due to left wing defense lawyers who are using every trick in the book to ensure that this terrorist gets the same legal results as OJ.

John Ashcroft is gainfully employed, legally paid, and is doing nothing wrong. The HuffPo would have you believe that success is a crime, that rich people have somehow cheated their way to wealth.

Talk about living in glass houses. Arianna resides in a 7 million dollar mansion and attained her fabulous wealth by marrying a wealthy gay guy in a sham marriage.

At least John works for his money. I fail to see how that makes him a 'former holy roller'.

Lets take at look at how some of the digital brownshirts of Tolerant Left respond to John Ashcroft making a perfectly legal living:

For Republican fascist swine like Ashcroft, it's invariably about money. And making millions while the rest of the less fortunate Americans go without health insurance, or, in the case of New Orleans, wonder when their trailer will be ready.

(ED NOTE: Liberal Rule #1Nobody should be allowed to make profit if others are suffering)

Ashcroft is just another right-wing money whore. And for him to claim to be even remotely Christian is even more laughable and tragic.

Are we surprised that a former member of the corrupt administration ends up becoming a "scuzzy" lobbyist who will grease palms with silver to ensure that corporations get the ear and favours of government?

Now he can get in on the looting of America with the rest of the Republicans.

Ashcroft is just another gravy-sucking pig gorging himself at the public trough.

Tom Daschle is making noise about running for president in '08. What does he do for a living?
Oh, thats right, he's a lobbyist, just like his wife and every other retired Senator and Congressman. In fact, his daughter is a registered lobbyist.

Dont kid yourselves.

Where was the outrage when Tom Daschle started as a lobbyist? And where do people get the ridiculous notion that being a Christian means you must live in abject poverty? Where is it written that success beyond a certain level is greed? We live in a capitalistic society.

Socialism does not work. It seems utopian on paper, but just look at how well its working in France and California...


Blogger Jason Ward said...

This woman uses tactics right out of the leftist playbook. Rule #2 - When you can't in good faith demonize someone, try to distort your arguements by claiming religious zealotry.

Personally, when Bush talks about religion I think it is silly and he should avoid that talk. However, that is his conviction and last time I checked, he was certainly allowed to express those views, albeit as uncomfortable as it may make one feel.

This woman, Arianna, is so embarrased by her own heritage that she doesn't even use her own last name, Stassinopoulos. I guess she is ashamed of being Greek. Apparently, Mr. Huffington wasn't, though.

She's a power-hungry oversocialized leftist who divorced her husband after he lost an election. "Till defeat do us part she meant to say at the alter"

Look, this woman received .6% of the California race for governor. Maybe she's bitter because she got beat by a guy who starred in a movie called "Kindergarten Cop".. I don't know.. She is obviously full of hostility and her anger combined with that silly accent doesn't persuade many people, I guarantee.

The people who post to her blog have all ready boarded the looney train years ago, just like the people who think everything Rush Limbaugh says is correct.

4:43 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Great comments, Jason. Like you, Im not crazy about Bush invoking Gods' name. It just feeds the left.

Likewise with Rush. I enjoy his show but I think he is a pompous blowhard and tows the party line a little too faithfully.

But, that Arianna....man, she is just whack. At least her being around gives me something to do, lol.

4:56 PM  
Blogger joe said...

I've not been by huffpo yet today so didnt read this just yet, but I'll get to it momentarily. Before I do though, I thought I'd point out that Ashcroft is a Pentecostal, indeed he's the son of a pentacostal preacher. Now I dont know if calling Pentacostals "holy rollers" is a slap in the face, the pentacostals I went to high school with called themselves holy rollers, which derscribed their services quite aptly. There was a tendancy to speak in toungues and well, roll on the floor in a sort of spiritual seizure. I dont know why one would refer to him as a former holy roller, unless that is he has changed from being a pentecostal, which is possible but I havent heard of it.

As to the left wing defense lawyers remark, it seems as if someone didnt pay much attention to the OJ trial, and I cant say as I blame you, but the reason that OJ walked was the hatchet job Mark Furman did in trying to frame OJ. See I think everyone knows OJ is guilty, but when the cops break the law, especially in order to assure a conviction, it throws the whole rule of law thing out the window. I've never seen a jury that would allow the officials to get away with breaking the law. Well with the poossible exception of federal courts, federal cases are often allowed to proceed despite the illeagal actions of court officials. Take for instance the massoui case, the federal prosecutors have been coaching witnesses which is explicitly against the law, and have been lying and witholding evidence from the defense. This wont stop the massoui case anymore than witholding evidence stopped them from convicting and killing timothy mcviegh. Federal cases are not stopped by federal lawbreaking, they are the jackbooted thugs we should all be worried about.

5:18 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Hate to break it to you Joe, but Mark Furman didnt plant anything. That was the Race Card being played by Johnny and crew. It worked on the jury and I guess it worked on you too.

5:33 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Just so you know, Joe, 'holy roller' is considered offensive. As are 'jesus freak' and 'bible thumper' and 'kike', and 'jewboy'.

5:36 PM  
Blogger joe said...

well as I said, the pentecostals I used to know called themselves holy rollers, I wasnt aware it was an insult, just thought it was descriptive.

It is possible that I'm misremembering the case as I saw it, I tried not to watch the actual coverage, that was a horrible time for news. But it seems to me I remember inapropriate chain of custody as to certain evidence, specifically something Furman took home...I'll have to look it up, I'm sure I can find it somewhere.

Maybe, if you are correct, I was fooled by the visage of corrupt officials. But I doubt it, why isnt Furman a detective anymore?

hmm maybe something to do with those tapes:

On the tape recording of Mark Fuhrman's interview with professor and screenwriter Laura McKinny, he spoke about planting evidence to set up "niggers". In a private court session not seen by either the jurors nor the media, Fuhrman was asked under oath if he had ever planted evidence in any case, and if he had planted evidence in that particular case. He plead the 5th to avoid answering both questions. Judge Ito ruled that the jury should not be told that he had done so, but that they should only be told that he was "unavailable" for further questioning and that they could consider that fact when determining his credibility.

Fuhrman's excuse for all of this - after perjuring himself on the stand and claiming that he had never said it and anyone who said he had was a liar - was that he was just "assuming a role" to give the producer insight into how a racist cop might think or talk. But the producer testified that in fact, the show he was helping her develop was not about racist cops but about women cops and that she had told him before the interviews to just be totally honest about life as a cop and the kinds of things that went on.

All of this, and much more is available through CourtTV's website.

pleading self incrimination on a question about planting evidence is pretty obvious isnt it? maybe its just me then.

8:57 PM  
Blogger Jason Ward said...

Mark Furman... I have to say, I think Mark Furman's actions were very suspect and the fact that he found both gloves, including the second after jumping OJ's fence before obtaining a search warrant doesn't bode well for his innocence.

Mark Furman framed a guilty man!

11:06 PM  
Blogger EAPrez said...

Furhman was discredited because he lied on the stand. Said he never used the "N" word and then it was shown that he did. He who has nothing to hide, hides nothing. The ends never justify the means.

1:04 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

In case you didn't get it the first time.
This site really, really sucks, Kevin. It's nice to know that some neo-cons aren't so busy screwing their neighbors and employees out of money that they have time for this kind of contribution. I'm over twenty-five and you can suck my big wet one.

7:54 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

7:54 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Had to delete that last post by moonbat. Nothing bad, he just posted the same thing twice.

I heard you the first time, Moonie. Its because I am so busy fleecing the 'unfortunate' that I have all the free time I need for wingnuts like you.

You keep coming back! Thanks for stopping by and sharing.

8:34 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

Oh, wow! Kevin is the Iowa dictator! He has the power! To make or break the posts! I'm impressed.
BTW, did you read my little snipe about your lousy punctuation?
And I'm still in love with you!!!

8:51 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

I'm excited. There are four of five of us on this site having a go-at-it! Wow.
I'm just afraid that the two advertisers will count me as a whole bunch of visitors and send Kevin a check for a quartet. USD.
But, he can still have me.

9:06 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

Sorry that should be quarter.
Kevin, may I borrow your editor?

9:06 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Its ok, im not here to rag on your punctuation, spelling, or lack of a sophisticated vernacular.

10:16 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

What the fuck are you here for? Besides an ego trip that amounts to as long as this enterprise holds your interest...which maybe another couple of weeks.

10:49 PM  

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