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Who is Eric Cantor? (Disturbing Answer Alert)
Conservative HQ ^ | 4/1/14 | Jamie Radtke

Posted on 04/01/2014 6:54:24 AM PDT by xzins

Doc Thompson, with Glenn Beck’s The Blaze radio, spent his Monday morning show delving into the question, ‘who is Eric Cantor?’ According to Doc Thompson, many people might be disturbed by some of Eric Cantor’s actions if they were ‘exposed’ to the larger public.

Doc Thompson interviewed Eric Cantor’s Republican Primary opponent, Dave Brat, and they spent considerable time discussing the effort by Cantor, his consultant Ray Allen, and his Young Guns PAC, to get intimately involved in local GOP politics and remove the right of conservatives to attend and vote in upcoming Republican conventions – a practice known as slating. We have discussed this in detail on The Bull Elephant. You can go here and here and here to read about just a few examples of this deplorable tactic that Cantor’s folks are using to silence the conservative grassroots.

Doc Thompson then had Sara James on (founder of the Richmond Tea Party) to discuss her blog post on Eric Cantor’s involvement with the Stock Act. In short, a bipartisan effort in Congress was undertaken (which is extremely rare) to make it illegal for politicians to participate in insider trading. Sort of appalling to think it was ever allowed in the first place! At the last minute Cantor amended the Stock Act so that spouses and family members were excluded! It basically neutered the Stock Act bill, while politicians were able to return to their constituents and claim they had closed the insider trading loophole. It was quite a beautiful Kabuki Dance by Eric Cantor. This is the exact type of political gamesmanship that sickens voters. It is politics in its worse form.

Doc Thompson also discussed Eric Cantor’s connection with Main Street PAC, which has some interesting donor connections. Steve LaTourette, a former moderate Republican member of Congress and current Lobbyist with Main Street PAC, has stated that his goal is to take out the Tea Party and so-called ‘far-right Conservatives.’ This PAC has received donations from unions, Soros connected money, and money from Democrats. You can read all about this story at RedState.

Lastly, Doc Thompson brought up the apparent conflict of interest of Eric Cantor’s wife, Diana Cantor. I have seen other bloggers and many on Facebook express contempt at Doc Thompson for talking about Cantor’s wife – as if he crossed some insidious red line. Here is the problem though – the Washington Post reported that after Diana Cantor was appointed Chairman to the Virginia Retirement Systems Board, Bank of New York Mellon (which is the bank the Virginia Retirement System pays to hold all their pensions and funds) started maxing out each year to Cantor’s PAC. The post stated that:

Each year, the Virginia Retirement System pays Bank of New York Mellon $4.5 million to hold and protect its pension. Records show the bank — sued by the state late Thursday for allegedly defrauding state and local pension funds out of $40 million — began donating the maximum amount under federal law to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s PAC and reelection campaign beginning in May 2010. Cantor’s wife, Diana, joined the VRS board in April of that year, and was appointed board chairwoman June 2010.

I’m sorry, but when you are the Chairman of the VRS Board, dealing with the livelihood and pensions of government employees, and money is being donated to your husband’s PAC while the Bank is being sued for fraud– you are fair game!

Some Republicans have expressed concern, frustration and even anger over the recent blog and news reporting on Eric Cantor’s slating shenanigans and questionable actions as GOP Leader. They frequently quote Reagan’s 11th commandment – although Reagan never said any such thing. Anyone who has seen old footage of Reagan aggressively attacking GOP moderates in the Party knows better. Reagan was not a man of pastels in how he dealt with any issue, but rather a man of bold colors.

Many Republicans, including Eric Cantor, have contributed to our current financial and economic crisis with multiple debt ceiling increases, exorbitant spending, TARP, unfunded liabilities, special interest loopholes, crony capitalism favors and more. Our unwillingness to hold elected officials in our own Party accountable is what has led to an economy that continues to languish. I always find it amazing that Congress can have such low approval ratings, but everyone thinks their elected official is not part of the problem. Before you come to that conclusion, make sure you actually check their voting record and their actions.

Note: The material first appeared on The Bull Elephant blog.


TOPICS: Editorial; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: boehner; cantor; gope

1 posted on 04/01/2014 6:54:24 AM PDT by xzins
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To: All
effort by Cantor, his consultant Ray Allen, and his Young Guns PAC, to get intimately involved in local GOP politics and remove the right of conservatives to attend and vote in upcoming Republican conventions
2 posted on 04/01/2014 6:54:55 AM PDT by xzins ( Retired Army Chaplain and Proud of It! Those who truly support our troops pray for victory!)
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To: xzins
Cantor and his wife absolutely love the DC party circuit.

Big dollars and big donors got to Cantor some years back.

He's "gone, baby, gone."

3 posted on 04/01/2014 7:04:03 AM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: xzins
Cantor is heading to the Ritz-Carlton on Amelia Island, Florida to speak to the "Main Street Advocacy" organization. Attending the event costs $5,000 a person. It is hosted by the Main Street Partnership, the progressive “Republican” group headed by former Representative Steve LaTourette of Ohio.

We put the word “Republican” in quotes because LaTourette’s group has come under fire for taking money from left-leaning unions, George Soros backed organizations, and a major Democrat donor, so the Main Street Partnership is hardly a grassroots Republican organization, it is the epitome of an “Astroturf” front organized to give the appearance of an alternative to the TEA Party movement.

Who you walk with says a lot about who you are, and the fact that Cantor is willing to spend a weekend at a posh island resort with the Big Government, Big Business, Big Labor types who fund LaTourette’s Main Street Partnership speaks volumes about who Eric Cantor really is.

4 posted on 04/01/2014 7:10:30 AM PDT by Qiviut (Obama: A Caesar at home & a Chamberlain abroad, dividing the country & uniting the world against us.)
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To: onyx; Qiviut; P-Marlowe

These people are not part of us. The other thread I posted shows again that McConnell, Cornyn, and Boehner are on the other side EVEN of fiscal conservatism.

If they’re not social or fiscal conservatives, then does it matter if they’re defense conservatives — if they’re even really that. Seriously, isn’t that who Joe Lieberman was?


5 posted on 04/01/2014 7:14:27 AM PDT by xzins ( Retired Army Chaplain and Proud of It! Those who truly support our troops pray for victory!)
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To: xzins

I am not from his state, but I have never liked this guy.

He is a terrible spokesperson, something oily and slimy about him.

He sounds like a whiner when he speaks.

This is the type that has to go. He has no principles at all.


6 posted on 04/01/2014 7:19:14 AM PDT by dforest
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Limelight-loving Eric Cantor Cantor, his consultant Ray Allen, and his Young Guns PAC, have conspired to "get conservatives"......becoming involved in local GOP politics to remove the right of conservatives to attend and vote in upcoming Republican conventions – a practice known as slating.

Cantor is also connected to the malodorous Main Street PAC. Steve LaTourette, a former Congreessman established his credentials as a "moderate"---and is now gainfully employed as a Main Street PAC lobbyist. LaTourette has stated that his goal is to "take out the Tea Party" and so-called "far-right Conservatives." This smelly PAC has received donations from unions, Soros connected money, and even (ugh) Democrats.

Kicking conservatives to the curb---that's the neocon MO. They squat in the Republican Party---donate lots of money----and take control. And remember how the neocons duped Bush into the trillion dollar Iraq invasion?

THEY'RE B-A-A-AC-K Jeez, these guys are not quitters.....colluding to advance an agenda meant to erase conservatives from the landscape. What stick-to-it-iveness these neocons be. The pukeneos despise conservatives---they came-a-squattin' in the Repub party, and joyfully kicked conservatives to the curb.

BTW, you remember that GW Bush installed the neos in the Office of Special Ops where they connived (using our tax dollars) to get the US to invade Iraq. Puke-duped Bush actually believed the pukeneos when they said that would bring "Middle East peace."

REALITY CHECK The Middle East is still in turmoil 10 years after the pukeneos duped Bush into invading Iraq. A horrendous foreign policy decision devised by the pukeneos on the backs of the 2300 killed on 9/11.

Let's be clear---Iraq's in the Mideast---a place the pukeneos said was "thirsting" for American-style democracy.

(waiting for hysterical laughter to die down)

Same place now known as a terrorist hellhole where trillions of US tax dollars were wasted and rivers of young blood were shed. <><> Where the blood-thirsty Muslim Brotherhood has a stranglehold. <><> Where the WSJ reported neocon godfather, Richard Perle, is starting an oil company with his war profiteering billions (your tax dollars at work).

It took the US about a decade to get out of Iraq....as the globe erupted into Mideast-centered terrorism.....and hate-filled Muslims set sail for America.

But not to worry---at the serene Four Seasons lounge, where the champagne flows, the Iraq War is still seen as a really, really good idea......and hatred for conservatives continues unabated.

Cheers.

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Mmmmm......sure would like to be a fly on the wall at the Four Seasons---where the puke elite meet downtrodden GOP'ers---- over chilled Cristal, imported room temp Brie and water crackers.

Rubio just hired a puke for his campaign team. Looks like there's gonna be A LOT MORE puke-invasions and land wars since the pukes duped Bush into invading Iran, now that the entire 100 million-strong Muslim world is aflame with hatred for the US, Americans, and Christians.

PIN THE TAIL ON THE COUNTRY THE US SHOULD INVADE NEXT--I guess the pukes will have to pin donkey tails on a Mideast map to decide which country they want the US to invade next (cackle).

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REFERENCE On the eve of the US invasion of Iraq, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee heard testimony from Marine Corps Gen Anthony Zinni---and other millitary experts---that the architects of the Iraq invasion were totally ill-prepared for a post-combat occupation. The military experts ridiculed administration claims that rebuilding could be achieved within two years, that the weapons of mass destruction would be destroyed-------and that a vibrant new political and economic system would emerge.

AFTERMATH Ten years later, Iraq---and the rest of the Mideast---has yet to create a viable political and economic system....(a system the pukes knew was totally incompatible w/ archaic Islamicist thinking).

7 posted on 04/01/2014 7:23:21 AM PDT by Liz
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To: dforest

I agree with you completely. The one word that comes to mind when I see him is smarmy.


8 posted on 04/01/2014 7:23:50 AM PDT by surrey
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To: dforest

He reminds me of Eddy Haskel from Leave it to Beaver.


9 posted on 04/01/2014 7:30:28 AM PDT by jospehm20
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To: xzins

This will never happen, but we need to seriously “clean house” and the situation with the Federal government needs to go back to where politicians have REAL jobs and only go to DC a couple months a year for necessary business (not spending all year coming up with laws to regulate everything under the sun and give perks to their special interest groups). The liars say/promise anything to get elected and as soon as they are, it’s all about getting re-elected and accumulating wealth/power while the people who elected them and America’s best interests fall by the wayside. There are very few exceptions to these corruptocrats.


10 posted on 04/01/2014 7:31:03 AM PDT by Qiviut (Obama: A Caesar at home & a Chamberlain abroad, dividing the country & uniting the world against us.)
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To: jospehm20

Good one. His demeanor is like that. LOL


11 posted on 04/01/2014 7:31:55 AM PDT by dforest
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To: xzins

House leadership bump for later......


12 posted on 04/01/2014 7:38:05 AM PDT by indthkr
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To: xzins

A government of the people and by the people...

Ruling class makes me sick. They should be in jail.


13 posted on 04/01/2014 7:42:11 AM PDT by CincyRichieRich (A government of the people and by the people...)
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To: xzins

Just my personal observation:

When politicians in particular begin to practice evil, they begin to look evil, their whole demeanor changes, is it just me or has others observed this as well?


14 posted on 04/01/2014 8:09:30 AM PDT by PoloSec ( Believe the Gospel: how that Christ died for our sins, was buried and rose again)
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To: PoloSec

When politicians in particular begin to practice evil, they begin to look evil, their whole demeanor changes, is it just me or has others observed this as well?
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I think you are correct. Like when you look at your dog or cat.
If YOU think he/she should be happy you perceive a ‘grin’ on their face, if YOU think he/she should be sad, you perceive a ‘grimace’.

Maybe a better example is the GPS DUDE/GAL.

Ever notice if ‘it’ alerts you that you missed a turn and you keep going that EACH and EVERY time ‘it’ tells you to ‘MAKE A U TURN’ that the voice gets more and more ‘disgusted’ with you?

This is especially true when you DELIBERATELY make a wrong turn or ??? just to ‘have someone to talk to’ on a long trip.

The more you either ignore or defy ‘it’ the nastier the tone of the voice gets.....

Which, in itself, may make many to feel they are back home again, not on the road in the middle of the night, 500 miles away.


15 posted on 04/01/2014 8:17:47 AM PDT by xrmusn ((6/98 --"I would agree with you BUT that would make both of us wrong".))
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To: onyx; hoosiermama; LucyT; WildHighlander57; crosslink

Wiki:

Personal life[edit]

Cantor met his wife, Diana Marcy Fine, on a blind date; they were married in 1989.[7][23][61] They have three children: Evan, Jenna, and Michael. Fine is a lifelong, liberal Democrat. Contrary to her husband’s stated positions, she is pro-choice and supports same-sex marriage.[62]
Diana Cantor is a lawyer and certified public accountant. She founded, and from 1996 until 2008 was executive director of, the Virginia College Savings Plan (an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia). She was also chairman of the board of the College Savings Plans Network.[61][63][64] Mrs. Cantor is a managing director in a division of Emigrant Bank, a subsidiary of New York Private Bank & Trust Corp. [65]

http://web.archive.org/web/20120108081748/http://www.loop21.com/eric-cantors-wife-pro-choice-pro-marriage-equality

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/06/diana-cantor-joins-revlon-board-92831.html

Diana Cantor, the wife of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, was elected this month to the board of the cosmetic giant Revlon – the fourth public company for which she serves as a director.

The Cantors have a longtime friendship with Ronald Perelman, the chairman of Revlon’s board and the head of holding company MacAndrews & Forbes that owns a large chunk of the cosmetic company.

http://www.forbes.com/profile/diana-cantor/

Profile

Diana F. Cantor, has served on our Board of Directors since October 2005, serves as the Chairperson of the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors and also serves on the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of the Board of Directors. Ms. Cantor joined Alternative Investment Management, LLC as a Partner in January 2010 and is the Chairman of the Virginia Retirement System, where she also serves on the Audit and Compliance Committee. Ms. Cantor was a Managing Director with New York Private Bank and Trust from January 2008 through the end of 2009. Ms. Cantor served as Executive Director of the Virginia College Savings Plan, the state’s 529 college savings program, from 1996 to January 2008. Ms. Cantor served seven years as Vice President of Richmond Resources, Ltd. from 1990 through 1996, and as Vice President of Goldman, Sachs & Co. from 1985 to 1990. Ms. Cantor is also a member of the Boards of Directors of Media General, Inc., Universal Corporation, Revlon, Inc., Knowledge Universe-US and Service King Body and Paint LLC. Ms. Cantor also previously served on the Boards of Directors of the Edelman Financial Group Inc. and Vistage International.

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/diana-cantor/22/206/50a

http://www.uschamberfoundation.org/bios/diana-f-cantor


16 posted on 04/01/2014 8:32:35 AM PDT by maggief
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To: xzins

Cantor is a weasly RINO Boehner wannabe.


17 posted on 04/01/2014 8:48:38 AM PDT by Georgia Girl 2 (The only purpose o f a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should never have dropped.)
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To: maggief

LOL. Of course she’s a democrat!

Of courese she holds absolutely no sway over her husbnad’s politics. /s

Just one happy family.


18 posted on 04/01/2014 9:11:11 AM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: maggief; onyx; hoosiermama; LucyT; WildHighlander57; crosslink

Beck video
7:49 Minutes

#FireEricCantor
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBIv6ijmYUE

Published on Mar 31, 2014
Doc Thompson lays out the bizarre connection between Eric Cantor & George Soros

53:47 Minutes
Doc Thompson on Eric Cantor’s shady stock dealings
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kETJnWD0VnE
Published on Mar 31, 2014

Doc Thompson on Eric Cantor’s shady stock dealings

31 seconds
Doc Thompson Derides Cantor’s Marriage
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqAiEy5JB_o

Published on Mar 31, 2014
Radio show host Doc Thompson attacks Eric Cantor by saying he is subservient to his wife.


19 posted on 04/01/2014 9:15:54 AM PDT by Whenifhow
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To: Whenifhow

BTTT


20 posted on 04/01/2014 9:18:36 AM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: Whenifhow

BFL


21 posted on 04/01/2014 9:53:10 AM PDT by maggief
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To: maggief
Looks like Cantor and Rogers picked the right wives. This is sickening.
22 posted on 04/01/2014 10:16:32 AM PDT by crosslink (Moderates should play in the middle of a busy street)
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To: crosslink

See also post #19.

http://www.newsmax.com/FinanceNews/Congress-Insider-Trading-Law-Loophole/2012/07/20/id/446051/

CNN: Congressional Insider-Trading Law Has Family Loophole

EXCERPT

The Senate bill did include a provision that covered spouses and children, Robert Walker, an ethics attorney and former chief counsel for both the House and Senate Ethics Committees explained to CNN.

However, he said, when the House version was written by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., this language was shifted to a different section of the bill.

In doing so, spouses and dependent children essentially became exempt from the reporting requirements.


23 posted on 04/01/2014 10:36:25 AM PDT by maggief
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To: maggief
Yes , I saw that yesterday,it is in both parties, they are not representing any of us. The elite need to be removed and the house and senate needs to be fumigated.
24 posted on 04/01/2014 11:32:49 AM PDT by crosslink (Moderates should play in the middle of a busy street)
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To: crosslink
The elite need to be removed and the house and senate needs to be fumigated.

We must vote for "The Man With the Big Red (R)" Beside his name.

“We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the Party over to the so-called moderates wouldn’t make any sense at all.

Ronald Reagan, 1965

“I know here that you will agree with me that standing up for America also means standing up for the God who has so blessed our land. I believe this country hungers for a spiritual revival. I believe it longs to see traditional values reflected in public policy again. To those who cite the first amendment as reason for excluding God from more and more of our institutions and everyday life, may I just say: The first amendment of the Constitution was not written to protect the people of this country from religious values; it was written to protect religious values from government tyranny.”

- Ronald Reagan -

“Faith in God, patriotism, freedom, the love of freedom, family, work, neighborhood — the heart and soul of America’s past and the promise of her future. If we stand together and live up to these principles, we will not fail.”

- Ronald Reagan -

25 posted on 04/01/2014 2:04:23 PM PDT by itsahoot (Voting for a Progressive RINO is the same as voting for any other Tyrant.)
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To: Liz
Okay, Liz, gotta disagree with you.

Stipulating to everything you posted about Cantor and "slating" and to everything in the other (Buchanan) thread about Sheldon Adelson, we nevertheless have to address a couple of things. And yes, I think tons of East Coast Jewish "moderates" really do dislike Flyover Americans, and hate Sarah and other conservative paragons. Like, for instance, the gutty and heroically outspoken Pamela Geller (Palin/Geller 2016!). And the late and lamented Andrew Breitbart (did you whack him, Barky?).

Okay, let's review.

Kicking conservatives to the curb---that's the neocon MO. They squat in the Republican Party---donate lots of money----and take control. And remember how the neocons duped Bush into the trillion dollar Iraq invasion?

You didn't have to be a "special needs student" to see what was the driver here ..... state-sponsored terrorism. Iraq had dabbled in it for years, and even if Saddam didn't specifically green-light 9/11 in his office, he'd done more than enough to earn his place on the sh*t list: he'd trained and fostered Ramzi Yousef, the WTC bomber of 1993 and mastermind of the abortive "Bojinka" airline slaughter. Yousef was also, it is said in some quarters, Terry Nichols and Timothy McVeigh's bomb-making instructor; when Nichols went to the Philippines and hooked up with Abu Sayyaf personalities known to his family (who knew a guy who knew a guy), Abu Sayyaf brought in Yousef to teach Nichols all about the finer points of building a really big ANFO truck-bomb. Which is precisely what the WTC bomb had been.

So there were lots of nasty threads that led back to Saddam's Mukhabarat even before one throws in references to Ansar al-Islam, Abu Nidal, and Abu Abbas. Or to 600 lbs. of ricin stored "to kill rats" in the Finsbury Park Mosque run by "Abu 'Orrible" the Taliwhacker imam with the hook.

For all I know, it was Tony Blair who nominated Saddam for the Big Rub-Out. That 600 lbs. of ricin would have killed a couple hundred thousand Londoners if it had ever made its way into London water supplies.

As for the Neocons being some sort of Machiavellian demiurges swishing around behind White House curtains like Polonius, poisoning the minds of Yalie Bonesmen in the Oval Orifice, keep in mind that "regime change in Iraq" had been official USG and British government policy since 1998, when Tony Blair and Slick had signed an MOU to that effect.

Too, the Neocons had written their white papers even while Bush I was still in office, urging that, in view of what Saddam had nearly achieved by seizing Kuwait (he could have screwed us all very, very hard by going all the way to Oman and grabbing off the entire southern shore of the Persian Gulf), it would be better if Saddam's regime disappeared from the map of the Middle East.

Then there's the human factor, which, when we are discussing George W. Bush in particular, we had best not overlook. Remember that he exercises regularly with his veterans and never, ever forgets what they left in The Sandbox while carrying out his orders; and that he shows every sign of being a humane and dutiful man in sharp contrast to his feckless and worthless successor and predecessor.

So that brings us to the weeping Kurdish woman that some heartless newsie ambush-interviewed one day in 1991 as she stumbled along a road in northern Iraq, away from Irbil and the massacre just that morning of her family. She was walking with the rest of the fleeing refugees, in the general direction of the Iranian border, weeping piteously and inconsolably for her lost children, husband, and in-laws. In the middle of all this she burst out, "Are we not human beings? Are we not people?" Half a world away, I could not look at her -- I turned my head aside, literally, like a dog getting his nose swatted with a magazine for messing on the carpet. I couldn't listen to this woman's just complaint against America, which had entered the arena with trumpets and the sounds of crushing victory, only to walk out again and leave her to the devices of a vindictive tyrant whose arms we had allowed him to retain -- and which he had promptly turned on her and her people.

I like to think that somewhere in the world, Dubya heard her, too, and made a destinating decision about what he was going to do about it. (Okay, go ahead and say it: "Dumb Texan.")

26 posted on 04/01/2014 4:30:09 PM PDT by lentulusgracchus
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To: dforest

Go Dave Brat—CUCK FANTOR!


27 posted on 04/04/2014 2:54:59 PM PDT by GunsareOK
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