Loretta Lynch the Loser

What a loser.  Anybody watch Game of Thrones?  The series has a quote, “There are no heroes…in life, the monsters win.”   Sadly this so often feels true. In politics and in life it can feel like the kiss ass gets rewarded or the so obviously unscrupulous politician walks away free (cough cough Hillary Clinton cough).
In times like this it is also important to remember a quote by Orson Welles, “If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.”  If the story were to end to day it would hint at an ominous end for Loretta. This woman clearly obstructed the investigation of Hillary Clinton.  Though it seems obvious now that she should have recused herself since she was appointed by Hillary’s husband.  And to make it worse she secretly met Bill Clinton on a plane to discuss something they apparently didn’t want the rest of the public to know.

What do these losers believe? Why is it they do what they do?  Sure you can get by screwing people over, or protecting awful people for awhile.  It may even be lucrative, but the whole deck of cards is dependent on a webb of co-conspirators taking a suicide pledge. Unfortunately for them, losers make very disloyal bed companions. They will flip on you the moment it becomes clear that you are too vulnerable, or when they feel too much pressure.  Just ask Comey.

Loretta and all these other losers chose the wrong side. I don’t know if they all feed into each other’s delusions of righteousness and frankly I don’t care.  A winner stands by their principles and holds their compatriots to that same standard. They don’t win by cheating, and they take their positions seriously and with honor.   Loretta did none of that. She tarnished her name, disrespected the post of Attorney General of the United States and in so doing smudged the honor of our great country.

Her time is coming. All of their time is coming.  There is a time to sow and a time to reap, and you reap what you sow. I wouldn’t want to be her when she finally does.


P. S. I would say that we had never seen an Attorney General like her, but then there is Eric Holder.