Skip to comments.Connecticut Dem Jokes About Corruption (video at link)
Posted on 10/13/2012 1:25:39 PM PDT by Perdogg
Bridgeport's Democratic mayor Bill Finch, a supporter of Connecticut congressman Chris Murphy's bid for the U.S. Senate against Republican Linda McMahon, jokes about corruption:
Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch is at it again. The Democrat who presided over a 2010 vote casting and counting scandal in the tight race for governor was caught on video Friday guaranteeing Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Christopher Murphy a big result in the states largest cityeven if it takes days to count.
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They laugh and joke about the “other” guys until they feel the click of the cold steel around their own wrists
He aint laughin now, is he?
Joe Stalin would be proud.
Well, it is the truth.
We are nearing the end of the democratic stage of our government. Things like this will only hasten the arrival of the next stage, tyranny (in the old meaning of the word), rule by one or a small group.
These jerks in Bridgeport did this crap in 2010 during the Governorship election. Didn’t order enough ballots, hmmmmm. Then they left the polls open even longer, hmmm until Malloy and Blumnethal had enough votes to guarantee “victory”.
I am telling you, I hope they keep laughing. It will be real funny when Americans finally get fed up.
*Voter fraud in CT ping*
With respect to the execrable Blumenthal, there were enough idiots who legitimately carried him to victory. Malloy, however, was pretty clear-cut fraud.
“...Things like this will only hasten the arrival of the next stage, tyranny...”
You are assuming, of course, that the hundreds of thousands of Patriots throughout this land would sit back and let that happen...
Not gonna happen, my friend.
They are either so arrogant or so deflated that they’re letting it all out...
I am only looking at history.
Republics turn to democracies turn to tyranny. The cycle lasts between 200 and 250 years. Pretty much always.
Can you honestly say that our State today is anything close to what the founders intended? Can you say that it is even anything close to what it was 40 years ago?
Friend, we are nearing the end. IF the United States continues as a functional body, the way we elect our Kings will change (and the President has more power than many kings). You already can see the start if it.
You may be right, in that a major civil war will be the result. Or a break up. But an Empire (which we are) leads to an Emperor.
I would rather it break up. The life of a free man in a smaller Republic is superior that of a subject of an empire, no matter how gilded the latter's cage.
Where’s a volcano or giant sinkhole when you need one?