Watching the slow, public evisceration of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh by Senate Democrats —on the strength of one unsubstantiated charge of alleged sexual aggression 36 years ago when Kavanaugh was in high school — a question comes to mind:
Have you no sense of decency, Sen. Feinstein?
Decency was once an important feature of the Democratic Party’s story. Long before Bork became a verb, long before Clarence Thomas was dragged through the mud because a conservative black man proved a profound threat to Democrats, the party held fast to the notion of decency.
A lack of decency was something to be feared, something to be avoided for the health of the country.

Eviscerating Kavanaugh: Sen. Feinstein, have you no sense of decency?

Short answer: No. She is probably one of the most corrupt individuals in congress and she is trying to fend off the myriad of tons of crap that are being held above her head: From the hundred of millions of dollars her husband has made of government contract to the Chinese spy working in her staff.

“You can ask pears from an elm tree” according to one of many saying mom has. You can’t ask decency from “Mr. and Mrs. America, turn them in.”

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “When you lost the Chicago Tribune.”
  1. The Trib knows this is going to blow up in the Democrats faces and want to be able to say “We told you so.” If this gambit had any chance at all of working they would be writing op-eds decrying the evil white supremacists who are calling BS on Feinstein’s shenanigans.

  2. I was interested to note the Trib has closed its comments section indefinitely while it reviews its comment policies, or something to that effect.

    Makes me wonder what people had been posting that they didn’t want to see … or, perhaps, be seen.

  3. I think this was an op-ed, not an editorial. So while it’s something the paper is allowing to be published it doesn’t necessarily match their own policy or views.

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