Of course the
dirtbag who murdered Ashli
hasn't yet assumed room temperature. As far as I know neither has
, even more of a cold-blooded murder than the Capitol
Police scumbag. I confess to having felt a twinge of sympathy even for the likes of
, who in his final hours was a helpless human being - even more defenseless than his
victims, being securely in the custody of his executioners - who was about to die and knowing the certainty of his life being extinguished. I've been in situations where I felt
likely I might die in the next seconds, and in those cases was helpless to avoid my fate, and do not fear death, but as someone one said - I believe it may have been
- I don't fear death, but I fear the process, of it being prolonged and painful
. Same here, I hope it is quick and easy.
With the likes of
beginning to warn the cabal of its destructive course, and others showing uneasiness, it seems there may be hope. With likely presidential Trump,
under indictments with more likely and having been found liable by a civil court, leading
poll, one has to wonder just how bad it is. And with
the next debacle about to break as bad as just about anything can break, you have to wonder how bad it really is. And there's still a year of likely increasing pain.
I suspect though, that if there should be such a massive backlash that the Republican candidate - particularly if it is Trump - wins the election the regime will do precisely what
they accused him of trying to do. With the Senate in dim hands, and the
bubbling over with desperation, they will try every trick in the book and maybe make up some
new ones. Suddenly it will be legal for a dim state in which the Republican won to send dim electors, or the Senate may not allow some votes. It doesn't have to be legal. I
suppose I should fear the consequences of yet another stolen election, but it may not any worse that what's coming anyway. Here in the free states, the regime doesn't have the
resources to annoy us with their own houses falling down around their ears. Those millions of parasites aren't going to come here. They can't even find their way out of the pits
they live in, much less travel many miles to find a place to loot. And get shot when they do.
I may have felt some pity for a dead man walking - or being dragged according to some - to his doom. One of the investigators in the
who attended the executions
remarked on a similar feeling, watching the evil creatures he had stalked and captured finally meeting their end. A human being losing his life is a serious thing to contemplate.
But the minions of the regime not qualify as human, at least in terms of deserving even that minimal amount of respect.
The likes of
Ted the Swimmer
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
passed without anything close to a twinge. Just a feeling as if a sudden rain took care of the the deposit the neighbor's dog
had left in the driveway before I had to deal with it.