California Dems have campaign accounts robbed.

Ok, I’ll admit it. I’m sort of giggling. It’s awful and I wouldn’t want it to happen to me, but (that was not a snort!) I find it ironic. That’s a good word. Ironic.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said she was “wiped out” by Kinde Durkee, a well-connected California Democratic political operative who served as treasurer for hundreds of state, local and federal campaign committees.


  1. I would call this poetic justice.

  2. I’m looking, but I can’t find it … the irony, that is. What am I not picking up on?

  3. Democrats have been robbing the taxpayers for generations, with their support of unions and redistribution of my wealth to people who produce nothing. The irony is that people who take from others, Democrats, have now been taken.

  4. What she said!

  5. My view was temporarily obstructed by various shades of grey. I see it very clearly now. 😉

  6. Grey is good, when it shows around your hairline at the temples, and shows that we have lived life long enough to have learned things, and experienced things, and that we have insights into human nature. Grey is a good thing, when it covers wooden architecture, showing that it has weathered, and stood the test of time. Grey is not good in philosophy, as in: there’s a lot of grey area in our fundamental beliefs. Philosophical grey areas inject a presumption that there is no right way or wrong way, simply my way. That grey philosophy shows neither the wisdom of experience and maturity, nor the proven test of time. Here’s hoping that rather than having a grey philosophy, you were commenting on the ambiguity of the irony.