By Julian Pecquet
Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist
There you go again, it’s election time here and in Mongolia and you start your saber-rattling. You feign outrage over the due process not being afforded to former President Nambaryn Enkhbayar. Yet in your never-ending zealotry and hypocrisy you continually attempt to crush the inalienable rights set forth by The Founding Fathers in the Second Amendment, with your desire to hinder and even abolish gun ownership in America.
Why is it all right for you to carry a concealed weapon and attempt to deny your constituents the same protection from rapists, mugger’s, car jacker’s, home invaders are murderers? Have you forgotten that you were elected by We The People, that we do not work for you, you work for the people. As an elitist you have forgotten your place. Members of the NRA in CA have targeted you, it’s time for you to retire before you are embarrassed on November 6th.
The United States should demand that Mongolia, the only functioning democracy in Central Asia and a close U.S. ally, respect its citizens’ legal rights amid a crackdown on political opponents, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said on the House floor Monday.
Now here’s a thought Mrs. Feinstine try reading the constitution. You won’t like it but the voters certainly do.
Feinstein said she has been in contact with the State Department and Vice President Biden’s office throughout the weekend as the health of imprisoned former President Nambaryn Enkhbayar took a turn for the worse. Enkhbayar was released on bail Monday morning so he could get medical help following a hunger strike.
The former president from 2005 to 2009 was arrested last month by an anti-corruption agency after taking the head of a new political party due to compete in parliamentary elections next month.
“Certainly, to say the least, the bringing of charges against a political leader in the midst of an important election campaign is, to say the least, unusual,” Feinstein said. “We need to press for due process in the adjudication of his case and ensure he is afforded his full rights.”