Bunker Mulligan "Let us endeavor so to live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry." ~Mark Twain

May 8, 2005

Janice Rogers Brown

Filed under: Politics — Bunker @ 2:59 pm

Democrats in the Senate don’t like Blacks who stray from the plantation. Captain Ed found a story from the Sacramento Bee which explains the lies:

She was born and raised poor, a sharecropper’s daughter in segregated Alabama. She was a single mother for a time, raising a black child, a male child. I don’t think you can raise a black man in this country without being sensitive to the issues of discrimination and police harassment.

Condi received the same treatment, as did Clarence Thomas.

I’ve never understood why minorities in this country support those who do everything to keep them down.


  1. Research, and more research….. This does bend the original thrust of the topic a tad, but I think it’s apt.

    We have a relatively new traffic law around here, not many folks know about it yet, and I think that’s by design.

    Did you know; your car’s license plate cannot be obscured by those plate holders we are so used to seeing, you know the ones I mean, the ones the car dealers add on to advertise their place of business, like: “Crosstown Ford Lincoln Mercury, Corpus Christi, Texas”, or some such. We’ve all seen millions of them. Well, if the plate holder covers over half of the name of the State, it’s illegal, and you are subject to being pulled over.

    I asked a cop friend of mine about this new bit of “chickenshit”, and he told me flat out that it’s the little insignificant infractions that lead to the biggest busts. Our law enforcement agencies need that little chickenshit excuse to do summary traffic stops. So far Corpus cops are finding these stops net a high number of persons driving without a license, without a valid registration, without current a safety inspection, without insurance, or with serious outstanding arrest warrents. Policemen need tools to do their jobs, this is just another tool in their kit.

    I believe the tiny infraction that put the drug dealer, Richard McKay, away for 32 months was nothing more than a tool in the lawman’s kit. Thank God he had it. If Ms. Brown got her knickers in a knot over this, she was wrong. She does not deserve a place on a Supreme Court.

    It’s just my opinion, I could be wrong.

    Comment by John — May 9, 2005 @ 10:50 am

  2. Bunker,

    If being on the Supreme Court is “keeping you down”, I want to be kept down. As for Condi, Charlie McCarthy had a similar puppet.

    As for John’s comments, I’m glad it’s your opinion. Police Officers have to have PC to pull someone over. ha ha They will use any means they can, whether or not it is true. I sit in a squadroom all day and listen to them laugh at fake reasons they use to pull people over. So don’t tell me law enforcement agencies need chickenshit excuses to pull over citizens. The problem is, where does it end? In my town, they use these chickenshit excuses to pull over anyone who looks like they are between the ages of 16-20. It got so bad that the Police Department was inundated with 1,000’s of letters from parents of these young drivers who were forced from their cars, searched and let go or ticketed. One young man, a Mormon boy was pulled over 5 times in one day, forced to do sobriety tests twice, and ticketed for not signaling 100 ft before a turn. The officer admitted that he had signaled, but not long enough. Give me a friggen break. Anyway, the police in this town have changed their ways and now adhere by the law! LOL

    Comment by Mary — May 10, 2005 @ 1:22 am

  3. Mary,

    I never said cops had to be super smart. I said they need tools. Your town is what you make it. If your local Police Officers abuse the law, so be it, expose them, and God help them.

    What I said was, (do I need to restate everything) cops need tools to do their job. It’s real simple, give them the tools, and they will do the job.

    Comment by John — May 10, 2005 @ 3:04 am

  4. By the way,, Bunker Mulligan is not responsible for my thinking, I’m guilty of everything written in the comments section.

    Comment by John — May 10, 2005 @ 3:11 am

  5. Gosh, Mary. How did you reach that conclusion? Being on the Supreme Court would not be keeping her down, would it? Keeping her from becoming a Justice fits that conclusion far better. And, by the way, she isn’t nominated for a spot on the Supreme Court.

    The cops in Oregon must not have enough to do. My son never has to resort to such antics–there are plenty of criminals just begging to be busted.

    Comment by Bunker — May 10, 2005 @ 2:48 pm

  6. I was refering to Clarence Bunker. I am gald to hear that your son is a responsible cop. Knowing you, I can understand why he is. There are quite a few that don’t have the security of self. This leads to self importance and an abuse of power. I guess I have just been in the “business” too long.

    And John, no you don’t have to restate yourself. I understand your point. I disagree with it. I believe cops have to be super smart. That’s what keeps them alive. Well, that and a good dispatcher! The problem is that most departments don’t hire the “smart” ones. They hire Uncle Danny’s son/daughter, or Grandpa Joe’s son/daughter because they themselves were good cops. That’s what I see happening here in Oregon, and I can only speak for that.

    I do enjoy reading the blog Bunker! And please. don’t hate me because I’m beautiful! LOL

    Comment by Mary — May 10, 2005 @ 8:25 pm

  7. Yes you are, and I don’t hate you for it!

    Comment by Bunker — May 11, 2005 @ 5:52 am

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