Tuesday, April 03, 2007

76 days and counting...

...since Quislings operating under Jorge Bush's orders threw Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean in jail.

Unfortunately, most people seem to have forgotten this hideous abuse of power. The majority seem to feel that seeing our government kissing the asses of corrupt Mexican politicians and doing the bidding of drug cartels isn't very important.

CNN's Lou Dobbs cares, thank God.

Yesterday, he devoted his show to the case. You can read the transcript here. It is nauseating.

Worst, but not unexpected, is the continuing stream of lies and fabrications from Johnny Sutton who, with persecutor Debra Kanof, made sure an illegal-alien drug smuggler went free -- more than free -- while two American citizens doing their job were punished for crimes they did not commit.

In any kind of honest government, Sutton would be in jail. Of course it wouldn't be a problem for him; the illegals he'd meet in jail would treat him like a king.

If, as Sutton keeps saying, "the American people knew the facts" of the case, with all the double-dealing, lies and perversions of justice committed by the government, if they knew the laws broken by Sutton, Kanof and the rest, if they knew about the crooked agent, friend of the illegal-alien drug smuggler who dropped the dime on Compean and Ramos, if they really understood the government's hidden agenda, there would be mass demands for arrests and impeachments.

And Compean and Ramos would be free, would never have served so much as a minute in jail.

I can't say I'm surprised by the stench of corruption that hangs over Washington. But I am disappointed that the general public can't be bothered to take to the streets over the continuing injustices done to our citizens by the shitweasels in Washington.

2 comments:

John said...

Funny how people like Sutton have absolutely no hesitation to ruin the lives of others, while using one argument one minute, refuting it the next, depending on what suits. Those people should be banned from authority. They have no conscience.

lowandslow said...

I'm reading Lou Dobbs book now. It's great! He takes no prisoners, and names names. You gotta read it, Scribbs.