Line those kids up — I wanna inspect them!

Posted: 07/03/2014 in Screwed

It’s not fair!  A Republican state representative went on a walkabout in his home state of Oklahoma and discovered an immigration detention center.  And right there, smack dab in the middle, was a small section fenced off.  He couldn’t even peek through the fence because it was made of something you couldn’t see through.  And the guard at the gate wouldn’t let him in without an appointment.  When he found out it was full of kids, he went ballistic–not about the children being locked up, but about his lack of immediate access.

Yes, I’m talking about you, Jim Bridenstine.  Naturally your immediate response was to (very loudly and very publicly) ask, “What are they trying to hide?”  After all, you’re an important person.  The world should stop when you walk around.  No rules for Jim Bridenstine, no sir!  After all, what’s the point of going to all the trouble of becoming a politician if you’re going to have to follow the rules like a, a, why, just like a voter!

Of course, given the track record of Republican politicians, it might be understandable if the guards thought you were just another child molester.  It’s not like you walk around wearing a big sign that says, “Hey, you!  I’m a big-shot state representative!  Kneel before your superiors!”  I mean, you don’t, do you?  Oh, you do.

Well then, you’re right.  It’s just not fair — all those loverly kiddies there just the other side of the fence and you can’t get to them.  Almost makes you think that the feds saw you coming, doesn’t it?  Maybe you’d have better luck if you ditched the sign.


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