Eric Cantor

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Here is what I have been posting today in the online commentary sections of major mainstream media concerning Eric Cantor:

In his sociopathic career Eric Cantor served the National Security State in the furtherance of its imperial hegemony and projection of power and death, bolstering the invasive surveillance apparatus and destruction of essential rights and liberties once guaranteed by the United States Constitution (which he cavalierly treated as toilet paper).

He had only one unrelenting goal in life, the egregious furtherance of his personal acquisition of unrestrained and total power. 

The voters of Virginia finally saw through his vitriolic Machiavellian designs and repudiated him yesterday.

Eric Cantor considered the filthy and corrupt sewer of Washington, DC as his own personal hot tub, supporting fascist corporatism or crony capitalism, favoritism of privileged elite special interests, and the concept of “too big to fail.”

He never spoke out or broke ranks from the progression towards outright fascism over this span of time.

Throughout his sordid stint in Washington, Congressman Cantor continually wanted to invade the world, intervening in every remote clime and trouble spot, sacrificing American lives and treasure to satiate his insane blood lust and grand-standing hubris.

He lost all semblance of prudential judgment and disinterested reflection characteristic of a member of the United States Congress.

Nothing he spewed forth in his intemperate rants should be taken with a measure of credibility or consequence.

Eric Cantor was not a RINO but a fascist bully who supported a domestic war against American citizens, their fundamental rights and liberties;

Cantor supported the Nazi policy of pre-emptive, undeclared wars of aggression. Hitler’s National Socialist leadership was tried at Nuremberg and hanged for such war crimes;

He supported assassinating American citizens without due process (hence his vicious attack on Senator Rand Paul and his anti-drone filibuster);

Cantor supported the indefinite detention of American citizens without charge, trial, or attorney;

He supported the warrantless NSA spying on American citizens;

Cantor supported sending your money to foreign dictators to prop up their repressive regimes who engage in torture;

Finally Cantor supported the racist War on Drugs responsible for more Americans being imprisoned than in any other nation.

UPDATE: Wait a minute! Did you say “Eric Cantor?” I thought you said John McCain.

 

5:06 pm on June 11, 2014
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