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1. There was a GREAT article by Frank Hawkins published at on Sunday that discussed one man’s list of the 10 most destructive Americans in his lifetime.
2. While many might disagree with his ranking (and probably would love to add a few to the list!), I believe it to be an excellent summation that segues perfectly into discussion of an YUUUGE societal/cultural problem that has developed over the decades.
3. But before we get to that, here is his list:
#1 John Kerry
#2 Barack Obama
#3 Lyndon Johnson
#4 Jimmy Carter
#5 Valerie Jarrett
#6 the Clintons
#7 Walter Cronkite
#8 Ted Kennedy
#9 Bill Ayers
#10 Mark Felt
4. Here is his list of “dishonorable mentions” (to which we could all add names, I’m sure!):
John Brennan
Jane Fonda
Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin (!)
Robert Johnson/BET
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr./NYT
George Soros
Frank Marshall Davis
5. For each of his top ten, he provided an explanatory paragraph. Here is the para on “Public Enemy #1”:

“Some readers will likely say Kerry does not deserve to be number one on this list. I have him here because I regard him as the most despicable American who ever lived.”
6. “After his three faked Purple Hearts during his cowardly service in Vietnam, he was able to leave the US Navy early. As a reserve naval officer and in clear violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, he traveled to Paris & met privately with the NVA and the Viet Cong.”
7. “He returned to the United States parroting the Soviet party line about the war and testified before Congress comparing American soldiers to the hordes of Genghis Khan. It was a clear case of treason, giving aid and comfort to the enemy in a time of war.”
8. “We got a second bite of the bitter Kerry apple when as Obama’s secretary of state, he fell into bed with the Iranian (“Death to America”) mullahs giving them the ultimate green light to develop nuclear weapons along with billions of dollars that further supported ….
9. “…their terrorist activities. Only the heroic Swift Vets saved us from a Manchurian Candidate Kerry presidency. Ultimately, we got Obama.”
10. Amen, amen, amen! To pile on, Kerry has been a serial violator of the Logan Act across the decades. The Logan Act is a United States federal law that criminalizes negotiation by unauthorized persons with foreign governments having a dispute with the United States.
11. Kerry “negotiated” with the North Vietnamese in the early 70s, the Sandanistas in the 80s, and the Iranians in the 90s, 00s, and 10s! What we could have avoided had he been properly dealt with in the beginning.
12. Before getting into a key societal problem that we have, please do take the time to read the rest of tes article, especially the paragraph summaries for each of the “top ten” here:…
13. We have a societal and cultural problem in American as it relates to our inability these days to seemingly hold anyone accountable for their actions.
14. While this is particularly true within the political class, the rest of us have become infected over time by watching them get away with actions for which we know that we would be hammered for had we done them ourselves.
15. Once upon a time in America, civic courtesy, behavior in public places, and even language used were commonly scrutinized and corrected, and people were held directly and immediately accountable for their bad actions, including via the legal system if sufficiently egregious.
16. Over time, we have adopted cockamamie slogans like “I’m okay, you’re okay” and “anything goes” and even “affirmative action” as means for coarsening dialog, lowering standards, and letting people off the hook who exhibit bad behavior and bad actions.
17. This is particularly true within the political class, where corruption, law-breaking and a seeming lack of accountability for ANYTHING no matter how horrible/illegal has become endemic.
18. Maybe you can help me out here: was ANYONE ever held accountable for misdeeds/scandals/law-breaking within the Obama Administration? Did anyone ever get fired/prosecuted? For Fast and Furious? For the Benghazi debacle? For the illegal domestic surveillance? Etc., etc.
19. Here is one tiny example of how lack of accountability within the political class is cynically normalized. Bill Clinton was NOT held accountable for his actions while president with a young intern despite what the Left and Democrat Party would have us all believe.
20. Losing his license to practice was a slap on the hand – and those of us who are normals who believe in accountability and the rule of law understand that completely. The result? Further cynicism, including among our kids who watch his get off scot free.
21. Now the name “Lewinsky” has been added to the urban dictionary and another use for cigars normalized and made acceptable.
22. All because we as a society failed to hold Bill Clinton accountable, which in his case should include a heavy dose of public shaming versus glorification by the Democrat Party and continuing financial rewards through his shameless grifting.…
23. Some weeks ago, I did a thread that examined the consequences of delayed justice by several people in the political class over the past few decades:

24. Unsurprisingly, some of the folks investigated in that thread are also on the top ten list in the Americanthinker article, and all of them should have been held accountable for actions early on in their careers. But accountable how and by whom and to what end?
25. We all hold our progeny accountable (or try to) based on our personal moral views. We also hold colleagues, business partners, clients/customers, hired contractors, and others accountable in our private lives. Why the disconnect with respect to the political class?
26. The reason is that We The People have abrogated our responsibilities to hold them accountable! Far easier to succumb to the “bread & circuses” approach delivered by the political class, don’t get involved in “dirty” politics, leave things to “experts,” & get on with our lives
27. We deserve the blame for allowing the political class to evolve into the corrupt “professionals” that they have become. And their corruption seeps into the federal law enforcement agencies and the rest of the bureaucracy, too (think IRS, EPA, and other overlords).
28. Thanks to @POTUS , we are seeing some of that corruption exposed in spades. But there is much more to be discovered if we choose to look and demand that the few honest elected representatives move forward with oversight and helping @POTUS drain the friggin’ swamp!
29. Some useful actions we should take are to demand accountability in our private lives, support civic discourse, set examples for others, publicly shame wrong-doers, investigate all candidates for office and then vote accordingly, and hold them accountable once elected.
30. And think about running for dog-catcher or some higher office yourself! We need to restore accountability and strict enforcement of laws for everyone – especially the corrupt crooks who infest the political class (and their many enablers). ///The end.
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