So when do we [will you*] bring criminal charges for [George W.] Bush, [Dick] Chen[e]y[,] and [Donald]Rumsfield for using torture [authorizing waterboarding]? For their lies about wmds [WMDs] in Iraq? For their getting us involved deeper and deeper in the Middle East? [For] Katrina and FEMA’s disaster [This one is a little odd: I think that the author was effectively claiming that the President used the HAARP array to amalgamate the chemtrails and resonate Hurricane Katrina into place, but I’m not sure. – ML]? For just being plain stupid (enough to shoot a friend in the face for one of this trio of criminals). [?]
[Barack] Obama is no saint by any means, but these [those] three blatantly broke the law.
(By the way, is [it] was the Republicans who had not voted enough money to secure the embassy and provide for more [M]arines.)
I know that this Mailbag is moderately boring stuff – half-digested Lefty talking points, poor grammar, and sloppier thinking – but here’s the kicker: we at RedState don’t know why we got sent this email. It’s clearly in response to something; only, I am not convinced that it has anything to do with anything that was recently on the front page of RedState. The title didn’t show up in a Google search using those precise words, either: I’m torn between wondering whether the author is reacting to something written years ago, something written on an another site entirely, or both.
Not that it matters. Don’t let this happen to you. On January 20th, 2017, let this be your motto:
Trust me: you’ll be happier if you do. Probably smell better, too.
*From context, I am not entirely sure that English is precisely this person’s first language. Even if it’s said person’s only language.
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