Saturday, June 15, 2013

Right Track - Troubles

The administration does seem to have some problems at the moment.  Benghazi, the IRS, and the raid on the AP's phone records have all alerted an otherwise supportive media.  As usual, and this is the same with all political parties, the immediate reaction is to circle the wagons, but as history has shown us, the truth will come out eventually.  The main problem seems that perhaps more so than any other this administration has created a kind of "group think."  It's not necessary for the top guys to give out orders, the entire organisation is in lock step ideologically.  It reminds me of the event that occured on December 29th, 1170.  That was the day that four knights arrived in Canterbury Cathedral after King Henry II had said: "Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest!"  He didn't have to give the order, but Thomas A'Becket was dead as soon as the knights arrived.

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