Remainders: Comey don’t play that

A flashback to a post on an old version of TRR, regarding one James Comey, soon to be nominated to be the next director of the FBI.

Meanwhile, ricin was sent to Mayor Bloomberg and to the head of his gun reform organization. The same poison was previously sent to the president and to a Mississippi Senator who went apostate by voting to end a filibuster of the ill-fated Manchin-Toomey gun bill.  The new ricin attack was much more specific than last time: the letters made direct reference to the gun debate. I’m assuming police don’t want the actual wording reported, since no news outlets are, but suffice it to say they made themselves clear.

In one photo, John McCain illustrates why the Obama administration is keeping its hands off Syria: the difficulty of knowing whether the guy in the photo op with you is a kidnapper.

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3 Responses to Remainders: Comey don’t play that

  1. Joan says:

    As usual McCain mumbles and fumbles his way into another mess.
    As far as the ricin laced letters are concerned, I consider this domestic terrorism, and wonder when the right start screaming about it, perhaps it is acceptable to them?

  2. Socialkenny says:

    What the hell is up with these people and ricin being sent through the mail!?

  3. Kerry Fox says:

    Chris Matthews calls McCain’s odd episodes his “razzle dazzle.” Like suspending his presidential campaign when the economy took a dump and picking Sarah Palin as his running mate. This trip to Syria was more McCain “razzle dazzle.”

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