Why am I not surprised that the blogger at BayAreaHatemonger would choose to attack the patriot and not the criminal?
This blogger and Democrat activist with a history of hate speech, racist speech, sexist speech and threats of violence against elected officials has set himself up as something of an ethics czar (maybe it takes a crooked pol to catch a crooked pol) -- and is a member of the governing body of the Democrat Party here in Texas. And in light of yesterday's indictment of one of the constables here in Harris County, one would think he would comment. Here's that story from local media.
Longtime Precinct 6 Constable Victor Trevino was indicted Friday, accused of failing to report cash campaign contributions, diverting money from his youth charity for personal use and using deputies to serve eviction notices and then keeping the delivery fees.
Trevino was charged in four felony indictments alleging abuse of official capacity, misapplication of fiduciary property and tampering with a government document. He faces 10 years in prison if convicted, said Harris County District Attorney's Office prosecutors who investigated the constable for more than a year and interviewed 165 witnesses.
The response at BayAreaHatemonger? Silence. Of course, that is slightly better than what he did when another local Democrat constable was indicted recently, when he argued for leniency.
It isn't that BayAreaHatemonger has been silent since the indictment came down -- there was time to post an attack on a Hispanic Marine who had the audacity to run for office as a Republican.
So let's recap -- this blogger and SDEC member chose to attack the honest veteran who ran for office (and who lost 10 days ago) while ignoring the corrupt lawman of his own party who has been indicted.
I sure hope Texas Democrats are proud of what passes for "leadership" in their party.
UPDATE -- November 19, 2012: Well, he finally commented -- and defended the crimes of the corrupt Democrat as not a big deal. Well, he didn't think his own legal violations were a big deal, either.