Rule #40: If it seems someone is out to get you, they are.
I find it Providential that, shortly after a deliberate attempt to undermine my credibility on this blog was conducted on me by trying to paint me as a paranoid conspiracy theorist – straight out of Alinksy’s rule book – we get these stories:
This confirms exactly what I have been telling you – well, trying to tell you – since the Benghazi incident happened. This is treason. This is the best case for impeachment in the history of the United States, but the Republicans do NOTHING! Now, if this doesn’t give you reason to wonder why…
Think of it this way: You’re in the Super Bowl, it’s the 4th quarter, you’re down by 4 points, the other team has the ball and there is only 1 second left on the clock and then they snap the ball, walk it back into their own end zone, lay it down and walk off leaving a live ball just waiting for you to recover it and win the game — AND YOUR TEAM WALKS OFF THE FIELD! Then, after the game, when the reports ask your coach why they threw the game and the coach says: “Because the refs and announcers were against us, we didn’t want to anger them and risk losing the money we need to play again next year and because the fans were routing for the other team and we didn’t think we could win them to our side by taking advantage of the other team’s mistake.. So we made a ‘strategic’ decision.” Would you accept the coach’s explanation?
I don’t want to say “I told you so,” so I won’t. I’ll let a good friend of mine say it for me:
When right, I shall often be thought wrong by those whose positions will not command a view of the whole ground.
–Thomas Jefferson, Second Inaugural Address, 1805