‘The Madness of the King’ or Jay Inslee Strikes Again!

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The only thing crazier than what’s going on outside today may be what’s going on inside Governor Jay Inslee’s head. And that’s saying a lot. Or not much, depending on how you look at it.

Never one to be at risk of snagging Brightest Bulb on the Tree honors, Jay-Jay has clearly taken leave of his senses over Syrian refugees. His Monday pronouncement that Washington will gladly roll over and play dead (pun intended) and cheerfully accept same is nothing short of madness.

Incredibly, Inslee’s insane announcement came three days after the bloody attacks in Paris. You’ve heard about those. I’m not going to rehash them here. Frankly, the perps don’t deserve the space. I will just add this: One of those cowardly **** (insert colorful metaphor here) was a Syrian “refugee.”

Hello?

A few observations vis-a-vis Jay the Madman:

  • This is what happens when a partisan political hack is more interested in being a partisan political hack and kowtowing to the Commander in Thief than he is in securing the safety of state residents.
  • This is not “compassion.” This is Sheer Stupidity. Don’t confuse the two. Translation for libs: This is not “compassion.” This is Sheer Stupidity. Don’t confuse the two.
  • In all fairness, poor Jay Jay can’t help himself. After all, he’s with the 3D Party – the Party of Debt, Despair and Dependency – that hasn’t had a new idea since Woodrow Wilson. He doesn’t know any better.
  • Jay Jay and Dan Kimmel are Exhibit A in Why Friends Don’t Let Friends Vote DemoLib.

Lest you think me hard-hearted on the question of Syrian “refugees,” fret not. I have an answer for that:

How ‘bout we accept these nice people into our country as soon as Islamic countries start taking Christian refugees into theirs?

Fair enough?

I emailed the governor’s office this morning. Also made a phone call. Referencing Inslee’s announcement on Syrian refugees, all I said was, “That’s the dumbest thing I ever heard. What is he thinking?” The nice man on the other end of the line couldn’t hang up fast enough.

Go figure.

You can contact the Jayster here. Or call: 360-902-4111.

 

 

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