Codrea: Without Personal Consequences, Oversight Fast and Furious Report Brings No One Closer to Justice

RTWT.

How’s that Consteetooshun working out for you?

Checks.

And balances.

Boo-yah.

26 responses to “Codrea: Without Personal Consequences, Oversight Fast and Furious Report Brings No One Closer to Justice

  1. hummus abedin

    Codrea: without personal consequences, oversight fast and furious report brings no one closer to justice

    No shit.
    Anyone tuned into reality and with
    half a brain knew this years ago.
    Too bad they were slandered as heretics
    and branded with a Scarlett letter, by
    many of the well known cast of characters
    patriot blogging then and today.

  2. You are the final arbitrator of “Checks… and Balances”.

    I played the flute for you, and you did not dance; I sang a dirge and you did not mourn.

    .

  3. Fred Seymour, Jr.

    The United States Constitution is the Supreme Law of the land. Which requires real Men to enforce it. If not, the Constitution becomes as worthless as the paper it is written upon. Very much like the worthless U.S. Dollar.
    Unless we deal with the International Bankers and their communist foot soldiers like the Spartans would, we are doomed.

    Totally Obliterate them!

    • Jimmy the Saint

      “The United States Constitution is the Supreme Law of the land.”

      In theory, yes. When it runs contrary to the will of the elites, much less so.

  4. Codrea is correct: Without consequences, it never will be dealt with. They don’t do what they do because of the Constitution, so it’s not, “How’s that Consteetooshun working out for you?

    It’s more correctly phrased, “How’s those elected scumbags doing complying with the limitations on government largess with the threat of your ‘jealously guarded public liberty’ alternatives like torches and pitchforks hanging over their head (that are never lit or used, of course)?”

    The bottom line is simply this: It’s not the fault of the Constitution, Like a knife, firearm or operator’s manual, it’s simply a tool and is only as good as the operator using it or following the instructions. We have a pretty good outline of how to govern, we, as a nation, just don’t give a shit if anyone follows the rules. So, all fault lies with both the corrupt politicians and the populace that refuses to hold them accountable BAMN, because that might mean a cut off in “benefits” and a sacrifice not yet palatable that is required to set things right.

    It’s easy to fallaciously attack those who support the Constitution as being illiterate bumpkins by the phonetic spelling imitating the speech of an uneducated automaton, but the bottom line is that nobody here (or anywhere else identifiable) has done anything along the lines of what has been incessantly preached here by some to A: put things where they need to be or B: actually institute a better system, whatever that is imagined to be.

    How do I know? It’d be ‘news at 11’ if ‘A’ was happening, because that would be viewed as an insurrection and consequences would ensue. And ‘B’ requires more than bitching.

    My .02

    • Jimmy the Saint

      The Courts were smart – whenever they don’t want a mundane to attempt to enforce the Constitution against the Gummint, they simply find that the individual(s) attempting to do so lack any standing to do it.

      That only leaves extra-legal enforcement, and anyone trying that needs to make their case to the public exceedingly well before doing so, or they will find themselves without any support.

    • Gunderson

      Some great replies to a great ideal.
      “How to govern, we as a nation” is the root cause!
      Please. stop. fucking. “governing” me and mine!

      Centralization (and especially central banking) is the core of our plight and
      will be the war of all wars. (globalization)

      • Question: Do you have rules in your family? What’s acceptable and what’s not? Do you have penalties for violating those rules? If you do, and you don’t allow complete freedom to do whatever an individual in your family wants, you’re ‘fucking. governing you and yours. You are now announcing, “do as I say, and not as I do.”

        No disrespect intended; just drawing an analogy.

        What you don’t seem to recognize, at least IMHO, is that A: Someone, somewhere is going to “govern” (read, “RULE”) every one of us and B: The Constitution, if RIGIDLY enforced, allows us the largest degree of complete freedom we could possibly have. Find me ANYWHERE on the planet that someone isn’t governing/ruling the people in that area. Including tribal areas. One. Single. Place. Where men & women can live their lives completely FREE of interference by others. ONE. SINGLE. PLACE. WITH. NO. GOVERNMENT/RULER.

        I’ll wait.

        In the meantime, consider that the US Constitution, again, if rigidly enforced by the people, actually RULES the government, and provides us ALL with the largest amount of individual freedom (not being ‘governed/ruled’) in the entire recorded history of mankind.

        Open to corrections, this, and again, no disrespect in my tone or reply.

        Thanks!

        • Grey Ghost

          While theoretically you are right… in REALITY the CONstitution has been usurped/bypassed by “elected” politicians since from before Lincoln. He is without a doubt the greatest tyrant and abuser of the CONstitution in U.S. history, as he didn’t give a rat’s ass about the CONstitution. Lincoln always gets a pass on his unCONstitutional actions during the war by his bootlickers because he was a war time President… bullshit! Either you are gonna follow the CONstitution or you aren’t. Further Lincoln’s view of the CONstitution is some convoluted permanent suicide pact that was enforced on the all the States forever. That was NOT how the framers envisioned the country.

          As CA, and others have said over and over and it doesn’t seem to sink in… it doesn’t matter who you vote into office to supposedly follow the CONstitution because when push comes to shove they WON’T follow the CONstitution because of systemic corruption issues and there are no consequences to not following it. For the very few CONstitutional cases that there are consequences, no one in the political class enforces it when they should. No one. And please don’t tell me we just need to get real CONstitutionalists in office… uh huh how’s that working out for ya in the real world. AS of today you might have 2 in the Senate and a handful in the House. FUBAR.

          IMHO we aren’t voting our way out of this. The left who cares not for the CONstitution except when it helps their propaganda campaigns are not gonna back down and now some on the right have no intention of backing down… what does that tell you?

          No disrespect meant just some early morning cold water to the face.

          /r
          Grey Ghost

          • SemperFi, 0321

            Everyone is looking for an easy way out, like voting, or giving up money as bribes, because they refuse to face reality.
            Reality involves fighting to the death, to gain back your right to life, free from intrusion of control freaks, thieves, and liars. But for most, paying bribes is their way of doing something, just not the right thing.
            Try explaining to the masses how the Federal Reserve controls our lives, and they don’t want to hear it, they refuse to listen, or inform themselves. Even so many who call themselves Constitutionalists really have no idea of facts or who’s pulling their strings. There’s no hope of ever fixing this giant clusterfuck, it has to collapse under the weight of ignorance, and arrogance.
            So at this point, in the name of simplicity, let them all die, they deserve it.

          • Jim Klein

            “An anarchist is a minarchist who ran out of excuses.”

            —unknown

          • I don’t believe I said a word about voting our way out of this mess. Nor Lincoln; I know his unrevised actions and what he did to further the cause of tyranny. You make my point for me regarding how the ‘political class’ does what it wants when it wants with impunity. And the reason for that? Since, as you say, before Lincoln, the citizenry has not stood up and taken them out of office…because it’s not in their own self-interest to do so. Even more so today. Otherwise, if it was in all of our self interest to do so, WRSA wouldn’t even exist, because I’d be willing to be that those who so ardently speak of what must be done would be busy doing it.

            No disrespect taken. Appreciate the discussion.

        • Anonymous

          I’m not in his family. Why do you think everyone living within a line on a map is in the same family? Because both our mothers birthed us in the same hospital, mere geographical proximity?

        • Northgunner

          Hi DTG,

          The main problem is that you and others hallucinate that some people have the right to own/rule over other individuals (whether one calls it ‘democracy’, ‘consent of the governed’, ‘constitutional republic’, monarchism, fascism, socialism or communism is a diversion).

          One either believes in freedom and understands that each individual owns themselves or one believes that they owe an imaginary entity called ‘gov/authority’ loyalty and submission that is in essence devotion to a man made religion (statism/collectivism).

          I own my self and respect that principal in others. I don’t own you nor do I have any claim on you, your property or your right to exist? Why is this so hard to understand? Just because someone jots something down on paper and does a quasi-religious ritual associated with it DOES NOT magically create or confer any rights or powers that they didn’t already possess as induviduals.

          To understand this better please see the following:

          The Most Dangerous Superstition
          http://www.larkenrose.com/store/books/2019-the-most-dangerous-superstition.html

          The Whole Problem (and Solution) in Two Minutes

          Government is an illusion

          You’re Not The Boss of Me

          In summation, no, I don’t own or rule anyone else other than myself nor do I accept or grant any other individual or group of individuals the right to own or rule me. Nor do I grant any worship or legitimacy to any imaginary entity called ‘gov/authority’ to do so or to the misguided individuals who claim to act in its behalf. Aggression from them towards myself would be no different from any other individual and defensively resisted and rightly so.

          Yours in Daily Armed Liberty via anarchy!
          Northgunner III

          • Hi Northunner; I’m not anywhere NEAR in my beliefs what you describe, nor do I hallucinate (funny, that, coming from an anarchist) about ‘owning’ other people (where you get that is beyond me) and I am decidedly not an anarchist, which in theory, sounds peachy, but in reality, allows a huge, gaping, sucking vacuum to be filled by very bad actors.

            I’ll leave it by agreeing to disagree with you.

            Thanks for the discussion.

        • Yea, but Fuck The Police, cuz it’s their fault. DTG, your points are valid, your rationale , on point. Without rules at home, or nationally, we WOULD be just another banana republic, not the greatest nation on the planet.

          I’m still proud to be an American. I’ve lived all over the world, I’ve seen how things are in other places. I’ll take America for 20.00 Please.

          Not saying we are issue free, we aren’t. It’s simple, follow the rules, pay your fair share, and contribute when you can.

          ” keep on prepping” a hedge isn’t a bad thing.

          Dirk

          • Jim Klein

            “It’s simple, follow the rules, pay your fair share, and contribute when you can.”

            Yeah, simple. Whose rules? What’s a “fair share”?

    • Amen on That Brother…

  5. Bears repeating! Key (to me) elements split out for emphasis:

    “The bottom line is simply this:

    “It’s not the fault of the Constitution.

    “Like a knife, firearm or operator’s manual, it’s simply a tool and is only as good as the operator using it or following the instructions.

    “We have a pretty good outline of how to govern, we, as a nation, just don’t give a shit if anyone follows the rules. So, all fault lies with both the corrupt politicians and the populace that refuses to hold them accountable BAMN, because that might mean a cut off in “benefits” and a sacrifice not yet palatable that is required to set things right.

    “It’s easy to fallaciously attack those who support the Constitution as being illiterate bumpkins by the phonetic spelling imitating the speech of an uneducated automaton, but the bottom line is that

    “nobody here (or anywhere else identifiable) has done anything

    “along the lines of what has been incessantly preached here by some to A: put things where they need to be or B: actually institute a better system,

    “whatever that is

    “imagined

    “to be.”

    • Jim Klein

      Never mind all that…was it YOUR fault? Counterintuitively, it’s better if it was, since that’s the only person you can do anything about in the first place. Well, unless you’d prefer to make yourself a thug. Just a choice, after all.

      That’s why it can be a great thing that the truthful answer to that question, for each of us, is “Yes.”

  6. Dirt on the floor

    The constitution doesn’t put a shitty politician in jail. Men with guns do that.

    First we need a grand jury……..or……..it’s time to root hog.

  7. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  8. fuck the rotten poop poop
    fuck the corrupt gubbermint
    fuck the law

  9. It’s pretty clear that everyone ignores…

    – You are the final arbitrator of “Checks… and Balances”. –

    They played the flute for you, and you did not dance; they sang a dirge and you did not mourn.

    And for this reason… you are never, ever, going to restore any semblance of your great-great-great-grand-daddies freedom/liberty for yourselves and your posterity.

    Everything else, the training, prepping… is nothing more than a hopeful edge to live and breathe another day, with a little respite here and there… without freedom, without liberty.

    • Jim Klein

      If it were only ignorance, then the nightmare might be avoided. Fact is though, it’s willful evasion.