Entertaining the Mindless Twits
The progressive liberal demoracists refused to be demoralized by the decision of Judge Pat Priest to drop the conspiracy charge. After all there still was the matter of money laundering. Money laundering? Isn’t that where someone surreptitiously attempts to take "dirty" money tainted by crime, drugs, etc. and turn it into "clean" money? It certainly seems that by definition the cleansing would have to be safe from open scrutiny. Ronnie Earle wants the court to believe that someone who writes a check, signs his name, gives the check to someone who signs their name on the back in endorsement, deposits it to his account that he writes checks on and signs his name to is laundering money.
Only moonbats, progressive liberal demoracists and mindless twits would buy into such a ridiculously spurious argument. Putting on their best happy face they maintain a pathetically desperate hope that the ridiculous will find a favorable outcome in a court of law. It simply is not likely to happen.
Texans for a Republican Majority Political Action Committee (TRMPAC) sent $190,000 to the Republican National Committee (RNC). Subsequently the RNC sent checks totaling $190,000 to various Republican candidates in Texas. That is the substance of the alleged money laundering. That was not a violation of Texas or Federal law in 2002.
With all the negative media coverage, screaming progressive liberal demoracists, and other assorted moonbats causing confusion, it is overlooked that there was another political party active in Texas in 2002. What were those wily progressive liberal demoracists doing with their political campaign funding? Why they were doing the same thing as Texas Republicans, only more.
During the 2002 campaign cycle the Texas Democrats swapped considerably more money with the Democratic National Committee (DNC) than the Texas Republicans did with the RNC. In just one day the Texas Democrats sent $75,000 in hard money to the DNC and on the same day, Oct 31, 2002, received from the DNC $75,000 in soft money. This transaction is exactly, precisely, without variation, the same as the transaction that Ronnie Earle cited for his malicious persecution of Tom DeLay.
The Tom DeLay indictment was that he violated Texas election laws and engaged in money laundering. The election law that DeLay was alleged to have broken did not exist in 2002. Since you cannot violate a law that does not exist the charge was dismissed. The remaining charge is arguably the more ridiculous of the two, however, for whatever legal reason Judge Pat Priest chose not to dismiss the charge. Obviously DeLay cannot use as his defense the "Democrats and everybody else are doing it so I can too" ploy.
Here’s the deal for all you moonbats, progressive liberal demoracists and mindless twits who may have trouble with simple intellectual concepts. The reason that the Republicans were doing "money swapping," just like the Democrats, was that it was legal. It was perfectly legal under the laws of 2002 for TRMPAC to accept donations. It was perfectly legal under the laws of 2002 for TRMPAC to send money to the RNC. It was perfectly legal under the laws of 2002 for the RNC to send money to Republican candidates for election to office. These facts will be decided in a court of law. Tom DeLay will be found not guilty. Ronnie Earle will be shown up, once again, to be the malicious persecution partisan party hack that he is well known to be here in Texas.
The only losers in this are the taxpayers of the Great State of Texas and the nation at large. Texans once again are funding Ronnie Earle’s fantasies that go nowhere. The peoples’ business in the Congress of the United States has been disrupted to deal with a nonissue. The winners are mindless twits, and other intellectual defects, who have been immensely entertained by Ronnie Earle. A lot of time and trouble have been wasted on the easily entertained. When Tom DeLay is found not guilty who will be next to entertain them?