Liberals are also experts at citing references which were compiled by other liberals. And ignoring references they no likey. Hmmm...like the layers of an onion, liberal muck begets liberal muck. As for owning stock (something for which Pelosi openly admits to insider trading), that's notably different than buying politicians. Anyone can buy stock...but only the elite can buy a senator.
As for snakes....recently a 'good snake' visited my shop. I almost stepped on it as I walked out the door....it was a big-ass snake of more than 3 feet, a yellow bellied water snake. According to the internet....it's not poisonous but has a nasty temperament. It went under a workbench....which is how I had time to identify it. Since it woulda made a mess under there that woulda taken lots of effort to clean...I decided not to introduce him to my good friend, Mr. Winchester. I left the door open overnight and it fucked off by itself.
So....in the late 70's my father would hire Mr. Diaz to do tractor work. Mr. Diaz had an old yellow International. One day he showed up and spent a long time talking to my father before he started working...turns out, Mr. Diaz had a 2 year old daughter who had been playing in their yard. She came across a good snake, which wasn't in a playful mood. It bit her on the corner of the eye socket, and despite being taken to the hospital...she died within a few days of an infection that spread into her brain. This was not a poisonous snake, mind you, it was a good snake. That's why every time I violently rearranged a snake I remember Mr. Diaz and I remind myself that there are good and bad snakes. The good ones are the ones who have successfully undergone my violent rearrangement program.