Thursday, December 03, 2009

Arrogance Unbounded

Washington D.C. is absolutely overflowing with arrogant, self important polpigs, bureaucrats, lobbyists and "journalists". An oath of office or ethics of professional codes of conduct mean nothing to the elite class that would rule the United States of America as their personal fiefdom.

Standing tall amongst the ranks of the arrogant polpigs is Senator Barbara Boxer, Dem-Socialist, CA. As if to confirm her position within the D.C. cesspool, Senator Boxer has weighed in on what has come to known as "climategate".

Briefly for those who have been out of touch for a few weeks, "climategate" refers to aftermath of the release of a large collection of emails and other documents and programs that clearly show that the claims of man-made global warming is an outright fraud. The documents were obtained by persons concerned with getting the truth into the hands of the people. Mainstream media and the entrenched elites label these people as "hackers", the rest of us consider them to be whistleblowers.

[As a sidenote, the data that has been released was requested through the British version of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The requests were either denied or ignored.]

Rather than investigate the truth of these documents, data and programs, Senator Boxer, an unflappable champion of man-made global warming, believes that the whistleblowers should be investigated not as concerned and frustrated citizens but as criminals.

"You call it 'Climategate'; I call it 'E-mail-theft-gate,'" she said during a committee meeting.

One may safely assume that if this were a case of information being leaked regarding fraud or corruption within a conservative group, Sen. Boxer would be leading the campaign to honor the whistleblower.

The Senator goes on to say:

"We may well have a hearing on this, we may not. We may have a briefing for senators, we may not," Boxer said. "Part of our looking at this will be looking at a criminal activity which could have well been coordinated.

"This is a crime," Boxer said. [read more]

No Senator, the release of data that by all rights should have already been in the public domain is not a crime. The only true crime here is that someone as arrogant and self absorbed as yourself sits in a seat of power. Shame on you and shame on the people of California for electing you in the first place.

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