Last Impressions #49: Crowd Out the Rats!


Justin starts with a roundup of conservative news in Rhode Island and discusses the problem when legislators and other elected officials make room for rats in the State House and BLM and Antifa riots in the streets.


  • Lou

    “Where’s the mafia?”

    More whining about the Governor’s “dictatorship”; scratching the itch of your unhealthy obsession. You are not unaware of the legal process of filing frivolous and unsuccessful lawsuits. Why don’t you take your complaints to where something can be done about it…court, not a blog.

    • Rhett Hardwick

      You are constantly attacking Justin personally. I do not always agree with him either; but, how does it advance your cause?

      • ShannonEntropy

        Loo duzn’t have a cause. Some men just want to watch the world burn

        • Justin Katz

          Nah. An unfortunate blend of personalities among a handful of people in Tiverton has created a political atmosphere built on hatred. (I’ve heard from others that this well predates my involvement.) They think hating individuals is the appropriate response to political disagreement, and they appear to believe that if they make me feel bad enough, I’ll just go away, and their world will be right.

          They actually managed to disgust a few of my erstwhile allies to such a degree that they up and left the state, so the malcontents have gotten some emotional reward for their hatred, and that has only encouraged them to go farther and sink deeper.

          Witness the anonymous commenter who makes a nearly daily habit of appearing on this site to sneer at me who then turns around and calls it an “obsession” when I periodically express an opinion about the highest-profile government official in our state, who also happens to be wielding extraordinary power these days.

          • ShannonEntropy

            Loo to me seems like an NPC robot

            I really cannot figure out if the guy is being deliberately obtuse just to annoy us, or if he’s just your run-of-the-mill maroon that lacks critical thinking skills

            The biggest pra-blem with him is that it’s easy to cast aspersions but much more difficult to fully rebut them and then when you do he just throws another one at you… it’s annoying and tiring and if I was still working his strategy might work: I’d just give up and quit

            But I’m retired now so let the verbal war games continue !!

          • Lou

            “periodically “?

  • Lou

    I think it’s fascinating you are in lock-step with the ACLU taking exception to the Governor’s “dictatorship”. The difference is they are actually trying to do something productive about it.