Recently the current justice department suggested that if there was wrong doing in the firing of the justices, then these said jusitices were criminally negligent in not reporting the conduct. After all, if it were illegal, as officers of the court, they had a duty to report it, so their firing was justified.
So, then does this mean that if you are raped and do not report it, you are ciminally negligent? Should you be sent to prison for this negligence and perhaps be raped again?
My platform is that if you are doing wrong you are a criminal. If you knowingly don’t report the wrong doing, then yes, you are criminal. However, if the person to whom you would report the wrong doing is the one doing wrong, then perhaps you shouldn’t report the wrong doing and should not be held accountable in the same way as the wrong doer who was doing wrong in the first place. You were merely trying to not exacerbate the threat to you over their wrong doing. This cannot be wrong doing if there is a threat of further wrong doing. Wrong doing is only when you are doing wrong and not when you are doing right or perhaps when you are trying to figure out why they did the wrong doing in the first place.
Ah… my first political speech. What did you think? Should I have used wrong doing a few more times?
It would be wrong to use “wrong doing” any more than you have, Chey. We get the point. I do think that it’s time to consider impoochment for the doers of wrong, don’t you?
Whoa, you lost me there Chey! 😛 Too many “wrong doings”. 😉
Um Chey sweetie? My head is spinning and I’m getting a little dizzy. I think you are probably on to something but you may want to slim it down a bit. I just don’t want to be wrong.
I don’t think I could explain this to the blog world, but I’ll try. Blog world, Chey doesn’t think that there was any wrong done by the justices, and Chey will stand against wrong doing as president!
I can tell it’s a pollytical speech, cuz I can’t unnerstand hardly none of it. Good job, Chey! hehehe
Crews' Views says
Uh…is this like the case where a burglar was breaking into a house, in the process ended up being hurt, and turned around and sued the homeowner for his injuries and medical bills? No?
Then I’m afraid your speech was lost on all of us, Chey. But, isn’t that the way most politicians talk anyway. Doublespeak…(isn’t that from “1984” by George Orwell?)
As part of his job as your Press Secretary, maybe it would be wise to have Skeezy check over your notes before you get behind a microphone. We want to be sure the voting public understands everything you say!!
Caesar and Prinnie says
we are completely confuzzled.
I feel a nap coming on, or maybe it is a hairball
The Meezers says
we unnerstand purrfektly – we speak Meezer.
Skittles, The Huntress says
Made perfect sense to me.
There was wrong doing all around, and so somehow it’s made everything not wrong. Right?
Skittles, The Huntress
I’m your running mate and my head is spinning too. Do lots of wrongs make a right?
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zevo calamari says
I think what those in power right now are telling us that no matter what they do…that we think is wrong, we are at fault for it.
my pet human said that they speak some bizarro language called rove-speak.
we support you in your efforts to right real wrong and expose the truth!
pooses for peace
Kim and Oscar says
I think that it doesn’t matter what party a person belongs to. Since the mid 80’s politics has become a game of chess. The real power comes from behind the scenes. The President is a puppet, his strings are being moved for him. Politics now stands for dishonesty and hate. Long lost is the real reason behind running a country and doing right by it’s people.