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by OPOVV, ©2014

How effective an attorney general for “his people” was Eric Holder?

(Sep. 30, 2014) — It has been said that a person will, eventually, bottom-out at the pinnacle of his incompetence. Some may never achieve that unenviable status, to be sure, while others seem to bask in the limelight of the notoriety, as outgoing US Attorney Eric Holder has been doing ever since he announced his departure from the DOJ. Other obvious examples of incompetence are to be found in the cages we’ve built (prisons) for those who can’t seem, for whatever reasons, to abide by the easy-to-follow and simple rules (“Thou Shalt Not Steal”) which rational people have set for everyone to follow in order to have a smoothly-running society.

Americans used to blame cartoons on the reason their attention span is measured in seconds. The first instance of the evidence that something was terribly wrong with the “staying power” of the mind of an American was the literary joke, “The butler did it,” in referring to the length of a book.  In other words, don’t waste your precious time reading; just go to the last page. For the longest time I was expecting them to come out with something like, “Here’s what you’ve all been waiting for, 500 great books in one!” and on every page would be written just one very short sentence: “The butler did it,” or “And then the secretary closed the door and walked away;” maybe “He rode off into the sunset,” and, of course, the ever-popular, “And they lived happily ever after.”

It used to be when a director would instruct an actor to open the door and walk into the room, they would expect to hear, “Well, okay, I’ll open the door and walk into the room, but what’s my motivation?” Not so today. Today’s motivation is “Let’s get this over with so I can (fill in the blank: do my drugs, cheat on my wife/girlfriend/Significant Other, and/or get chased by the paparazzi).” The point being, of course: make it short; snap-snap; hurry-hurry.

But the average American isn’t being instructed by a director, told what to do, or at least that’s what we think. However, let’s not be so hasty here. Let’s examine what’s really going on. The majority of Americans are maybe not “dumb,” but certainly “stupid.” Dumb would be “haven’t a clue,” whereas “stupid” is deliberately ignoring the facts.

Here’s a good example of “stupid.” Lately we’ve been hearing and seeing the atrocities that ISIS has been doing on the other side of the world. “Oh, how horrible!” Well, true, but don’t forget that the same is happening in the apartment next door, in the house a block over, in the next town, next city: a Muslim is beating and killing someone, just maybe their very own wives and daughters, or a complete stranger, as in the Beltway Sniper, Ft. Hood, and 9-11. That’s right: the atrocities that are so abhorrent to us from over there are actually, also, happening right under our noses, and we don’t seem to pay the slightest attention.

Skyjacking our airliners, murdering Americans, bombing our barracks and embassies all around the world for years, and we allow Muslims to be within our borders. Our government allowed Muslims to be in our country where we taught them how to fly planes into buildings (9-11). Nice job, US Government. The conspiracy is STUPIDITY. How’s this for a track record: 1,400 years of murdering the Infidel and our government still doesn’t get it.

But let’s not lay all of the blame on our incompetent government employees; no, let’s also blame those who have the podium (possible 2016 presidential candidates) but are fearful of saying anything not “politically correct.” They’re afraid of being called “racist” or “Islamophobic.” They are fearful little people who very well could be, as is Obama, Constitutionally ineligible to be president but, hey, Obama sneaked in, so who cares?

Recently the US Attorney General, Eric Holder, perhaps, besides Obama, the most inept person to ever set foot within the city limits of Washington, DC, announced that he is leaving his post. I’m sure Mr. Holder will be bestowed numerous accolades, but his most-deserved is that of being, without a shadow of  doubt, an American who truly reached the level of his total incompetence in rendering the Department of Justice down to the level of the Nazi Gestapo of the 1930s: Black Panther trial, “My people;” Fast and Furious and the murder of Brian Terry; contempt of Congress. On and on, page-after-page, day-after-day, Eric Holder made the DOJ and, by default, the FBI, nothing more than the enforcer arm of the White House. So, to Eric Holder, congratulations on being the “Most Mediocre American.”

I’ll grant you that there are some dedicated, honest, and hard-working, Patriotic government employees out there, but Holder certainly wasn’t one of them.

Semper Fi


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