Monday, April 6, 2015

There Ought to be a Law Against That

back in the day As US Senators go, Mark Kirk is no Bob Menendez. He hasn't been indicted.

Haha, as readers of this blog will recall ...
100% Cotton?
a letter bearing Kirk's signature was sent to the Supreme Ayatollah of Iran, which some argue was treasonous and violated the Logan Act. So far the Lake County State's Attorney has declined to press charges against Kirk (who lives in Highland Park). A spokesman said that no DNA evidence was found on the letter.

Since then, Kirk wasted no time violating another law -- with a statement issued about last week's Iran nuclear deal:
"Neville Chamberlain got a better deal from Adolf Hitler," Kirk said in a written statement.
Mark Kirk likens Iran pact to a deal with Adolf Hitler
Legal scholars agree that Kirk's statement is a clear transgression of Godwin's Law:
In a public dispute of any sort, whoever mentions Hitler or the Nazis first automatically loses.
Is a pattern developing? A spokesman for the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) told your LakeCountyEye that they don't care if Kirk breaks any more laws -- and that they would just be happy to see Kirk break the Law of Diminishing Returns come November 2016.

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