Above the Law
Posted by Jeff Condon on January 18, 2011
Most will notice that I’ve not been blogging this week. There really isn’t any time but Cuccinelli is now being given a new hurdle to uncover Mann’s emails. Virginia senators are considering changing law to prevent Mann’s private emails from being read. First the university claims they don’t exist, then as it is found that the emails do exist “friends of Mann” spend a half million dollars to make sure nobody can see them. Now Mann has enough friends in (leftist) government that they would change the law to protect his emails from being read.
Think about that! I’m tired of government funded corruption and lies and the parties which revel in it. How incredibly deep does the corruption extend. Even if you think your favorite politician is doing a good job, giving these people more power is insane.
This is how Brian McKenzie ends his thougtful piece linked above.
“There are 50 scientific organizations in 50 countries all around the world that came to the same conclusion,” Toscano said. “This is really an inappropriate use of tax dollars.”
Very thoughtful Brian, nice work.