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Martha Coakley missing in action
Where can AG be?

Friday, April 19, 2013 By: Howie Carr

Anybody here seen my old friend Marsha/ Can you tell me where she’s gone?/ She let a lot of hacks go free/ But it seems the voters they get an-gry./ I just looked around — and she was gone.

So where is Martha Coakley? After vanishing this week, they might have to put the attorney general’s mug shot on a milk carton along with that of Andrea Cabral, the secretary of 
public safety.

Whenever there’s an atrocity such as this week’s marathon bombing, as horrible as it turns out to be for the victims, it gives public officials a chance to dump bad news out at a time when no one will ever see it.

Marsha Coakley, come on down!

In case you missed it, and I have no doubt you did, Marsha’s minions went down in flames again this week, on Tuesday, the day after. They failed to win a conviction against John O’Brien, the ex-hack commissioner of probation. She basically accused him of not only being a hack, but also engaging in open and gross hackerama.

O’Brien was put in his six-figure job by ex-House Speaker Felon Finneran. They jogged together. That alone would be enough for me to send O’Brien to the jug for the rest of his life. But I live in Norfolk, not Suffolk County.

However, the larger problem for Marsha is, the people seem to have rejected her attempt to criminalize hackerama. They apparently see it not as crime, but as a disease.

The theory is that some people just lack the genes necessary to work hard, and support themselves. Some people are just plain addicted to taking off Bunker Hill and Evacuation days.

If we’re not going to send potheads to jail for their worthlessness, why should hacks be punished any more severely?

First Marsha went after then-state Rep. Brian Wallace of South Boston. She basically accused the coatholder of using his campaign funds on himself.

The judge — who by definition understands hackerama more than somewhat — laughed the case out of court. Wallace ended up paying a $35,000 fine.

Next came Tim Cahill, the former treasurer and collector general. He, too, was accused of hackerama. The jury took one look at him — the round face, the vacant expression, the vapid banter — and deduced that, like Wallace, he had the hack gene. Not guilty!

And now Cahill’s pal John O’Brien beats the rap.

No wonder Marsha Coakley has missed every press conference this week. But then, unlike Dan Conley and Steve Lynch, she doesn’t need any face time at the FBI media availabilities. She’s going nowhere.

See you in the funny papers, Marsha.

7 posted on 04/19/2013 7:18:46 AM PDT by raccoonradio
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Carr: USA needs refuge from refugees
Saturday, April 20, 2013 By: Howie Carr

So once again, no good deed goes unpunished.

Uncle Sam lets another bunch of leeching future terrorists into the country who have absolutely no business being here, gives them “asylum,” making them immediately eligible for welfare, and this is the thanks we get?

They turn into mass murderers.

We bring in thousands of Muslims from a primitive society that has been battling Christians for centuries, and put them into a peaceful Christian society — what could possible go wrong?

This is what I was thinking about yesterday, with much of the city under what amounted to martial law. Once more, law-abiding American citizens were paying the price for the insane immigration policies that have so damaged this society in recent years.

You can see the decay everywhere — in the emergency rooms, in the courts, in the welfare offices and, yes, in the epidemic of senseless murders. The only difference this time was one of the bloodthirsty fiends was actually a naturalized U.S. citizen.

And then these “refugees” started killing the generous Americans who supported them for years in their indolence. The young Tsarnaev even got a $2,500 scholarship from the City of Cambridge — which is why I never, ever gave a dime to the Cambridge scholarship fund when I lived there.

I know you’re not supposed to paint with a broad brush, unless you’re a liberal, in which case you are not only permitted, but expected to make Adam Lanza the poster boy for 100 million law-abiding legal gun owners.

But please, before the Kool-Aid drinkers in the Senate try to get amnesty for at least 12 million un­documented Democrats, can somebody please consider how many more of these Dzhokhar Tsarnaevs we really need?

A better question: How many of these jihadist “refugees” can we as a society survive?

Look at the chaos and the tragedy these Chechens have inflicted on the people of Boston this week. Who asked them to come here? What exactly do they contribute to the culture? They have had everything — absolutely everything — handed to them.

Obviously, no other country in the world wanted these sharia-crazed Stone Age Muslim terrorists.

The older terrorist, Tamerlan, was described as a “very religious” Muslim. I guess that’s why he was arrested for domestic abuse in 2009, because he was so “very religious.” And he told a photojournalist that, “I don’t have a single American friend.”

Then he should have gone back to Chechnya.

Yesterday, one of the moonbats on MSNBC was talking about the “family’s deep roots in Boston.” Too bad we don’t have a death penalty here. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev might find out just how deep his roots would be — 6 feet deep.

8 posted on 04/20/2013 12:29:38 AM PDT by raccoonradio
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