Democrisy: the man who wanted to be President says that the next President shouldn’t take unilateral decisions

Secretary of State John F Kerry said: No one has a right to make decisions that affect billions of people based solely on ideology or without proper input. Hat tip to William Teach. Translation: no one has a right to take decisions that affect billions of people unless they take those decisions in the way …

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It doesn’t matter who wins: I’m staying! I'm an American, and I'll always be an American

From Breitbart: George Stephanopoulos’s Wife: We’re Leaving America if Trump Wins By Ben Kew | November 6, 2016 The wife of prominent ABC news anchor George Stephanopoulos, Ali Wentworth, has claimed the couple will leave the country should Donald Trump become president of the United States. Talking to The Hollywood Reporter, Wentworth said that “If …

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Taxes are for the little people!

And I must be one of the small fry . . . not that I ever thought otherwise. I was more than a little annoyed that I had to pay an additional $5091 in income taxes, and it was a big hit: we had the money, saved up, but we are now going to have …

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Kathleen Kane makes a fool of herself . . . again.

I was going to post, yesterday, about this story from The Philadelphia Inquirer, in which our very pretty but intellectually vacuous Attorney General, Kathleen Kane, rather than admitting that she had been wrong concerning her allegations that then-Attorney General, and now Governor Tom Corbett (R-PA) delayed the investigation into the child sexual abuse allegations against …

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Democrisy: Attorney General Kathleen Kane caught lying (again)

Kathleen Kane won the election to become Attorney General in Pennsylvania, basing much of her campaign on a promise to investigate whether political connections dragged out the Commonwealth’s investigation and charging of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky on child sexual abuse charges. Mrs Kane cast herself as a fearless crusader against political …

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