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November 15, 2012

Who's the Weak Sister?

Brother Leon fit the bill. Just a shill. And an especially supine one.

He's never been a Blue Light Progressive Fanatic, anyway. He's worse than that. He's just a rent seeker, a hitcher of wagons. A shoer of horses' asses. His zeal is waning, I guarantee. He's seeking safe harbor, repudiation, and a life without bars or bumfuckery. He'll cave for no other reason than everyone else has plausible deniability except him. The music's over. Brother Leon finds himself a chair short. Let the Games begin. -- Velociworld:

Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 15, 2012 8:00 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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As time wore on, and the necessities required to sustain the Revolution changed over time, members of the original Inner Circle became a liability, obstructing progress. Josef didn't like a mess, and when he wanted it done, he wanted it done now.

He called the Party stalwart in, thanked him for his tireless and invaluable service to the Party, and let him know there was one thing more he could do for the Revolution. And the lucky guy, would invariably go right out and do the deed.

Leon Panetta sorta does look like Frank Pentangeli.

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