Thursday, November 29, 2007


What is it about certain people? They can be scurrilous and skate free. Some commit treason and get a Do Not Go To Jail card. All of a sudden, if they are public figures, they receive what amounts to absolution. The ticket is illness or death.

Apparently one is not supposed to speak ill of the dead, if they are public servants. Now if a child molester dies many say good riddance. Some say all life is sacred. But it is a blessing when hardcore evil is eradicated. God can sort them out.

Julia Carson (I am nauseous mentioning the name) has terminal cancer. All of a sudden, anything negative she has done is ignored and she is treated like a saint. Many have said they certainly have opposed her. But they stress she is suffering and needs our prayers. I was rebuked and my comments expunged from another blog that has done much work to reform Indianapolis. Below is what I said.

'She is a card carrying socialist. She is antigun, antiliberty period. She is at best questionable in her 'job'. I have no doubt she stole the first election from Hofmeister and probably the rest as well.

My hope for her is that she ponders her mistakes/crimes. Bet we will never see an apology for them. God help her indeed. I'd hate to have her karma.

We have had horrible deaths in our family. Rarely are there peaceful 'go to sleep and never wake up' passings.

Disease comes to the good and the evil. It is how we deal with it that counts.

Though her means of demise is terrible, I will not miss her.'

'It's too bad she is leaving this way. I would rather see her exposed and beaten in election.

Now we will have a 'martyr'. There will be no accountability for her stint in office. Nor crimes.'

(Re Frank Anderson replacing her as Congressman from the 7th District, Indiana): 'Anderson should be investigated and indicted. Then again so should Julia etal.'

(I commented that she is not running for office again and repeated a previous statement for another list, this time not expunged):'Carson Not Running: That's the good news. The bad is her cancer will make her a martyr and she will never get the investigation and indictment she deserves.'

I stand by these statements. To me she is an enemy of the state. May God have mercy on her spirit. However, neither she nor anyone else is sacrosanct. Lionizing her only perpetuates the disease of liberalism.

So, call me a callous SOB if you like. I will not recant. When I kick, let my life be examined, if there is any interest, warts and all. There are plenty. But I will stand for reestablishing this Republic. If I am to be remembered, let that be my epitaph.

Don't expect me at Carson's candlelight vigil. I will be in the company of those who care about this Republic, not those who would whitewash tyranny.

No comments: