intr.v. pan·dered, pan·der·ing, pan·ders
1. To act as a go-between or liaison in sexual intrigues; function as a procurer.
2. To cater to the lower tastes and desires of others or exploit their weaknesses: "He refused to pander to nostalgia and escapism" (New York Times).
[Middle English Pandare, Pandarus, from Old Italian Pandaro, from Latin Pandarus, from Greek Pandaros.]
Hillary's feelings are unimportant in this matter. What is important is that the Department of Justice is running a racebaiting Community Relations Service inside its civil rights division and is using these "peacekeepers" as organizers and agitators. I know it's far easier to talk about Hillary than to deal with the extent of the corruption in our government. That's why most people read "People Magazine" but can't get through "The Economist".
But understand this: the entire structure of government is being misused by this administration. We already know the IRS is being misused and that the orders to target conservative organizations came from the top. Now the DOJ is racebaiting, engineering arrests for non-crimes--that is after spending the past several years illegally running guns to Mexican cartels. We know HHS was misused to push Obamacare and that Sebelius was soliciting donations. How many more public agencies do we need to see corrupted before people take notice of the pattern?
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