In response to:

Cleared of Ethics Charges, Maxine Waters Ready to Write Bank Laws

RickeyB Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 12:01 PM
What was your first clue? For me, it was when, before the 2000 election, he declared that he was a "Compassionate Conservative". There's no such thing. All Conservitives are compassionate people but it's not a part of their politics. Compassion is a subjective personal characteristic and has no place in government if there is to be equal protection under the law.

The last time we met “This Old Socialist,” Congresswoman Maxine Waters, (D-Delusional), she was being probed for “ethics violations,” which is fed-speak for “things for which you and I go to jail, but which is legal for congress.”

Waters, then, was gamely trying to vie for a leadership position on the Financial Services Committee despite a dogged investigation regarding her finances and influence peddling that had dragged out for months. She was doing so in the wake of the announcement that the committee’s ranking Democrat, Barney Frank (D-Dope) (pun intended) was leaving congress to fulfill his lifelong dream of getting married...

Related Tags: Ethics Maxine Waters Laws