Thursday, March 05, 2015

Of course they lied about their actions will illegal aliens;

it's what they do.

The People's Republic of Maryland, where letting your kids walk home from the park will cause the 'Child Protection' assholes to charge you with 'Unsubstantiated Neglect'.  After screwing with your lives and debating it for two months.  And
But the finding of unsubstantiated child neglect means CPS will keep a file on the family for at least five years and leaves open the question of what would happen if the Meitiv children get reported again for walking without adult supervision.
Which is probably why said assholes came up with such an idiotic charge: "We must have some 'legal' reason to keep an eye on these people, something that will let us keep screwing with them."

And their Governor wants to be President.

I repeat: you could not pay me enough to live in this hellhole. 

From December last year, just what the enviroweenies and morons have wrought on people trying to stay warm.  Including
A year ago, the governors of the six New England states agreed to pursue a coordinated regional strategy, including more pipelines and at least one major transmission line for hydropower. The plan called for electricity customers in all six states to subsidize the projects, on the theory that they would make up that money in lower utility bills.

But in August, the Massachusetts Legislature rejected the plan, saying in part that cheap energy would flood the market and thwart attempts to advance wind and solar projects. That halted the whole effort.
Got that?  "Screw people trying to pay bills, we already have to subsidize our windmills and solar panels, and that'll make them look even worse!"  Which would probably also cut into whatever graft, payoffs and such are involved.
This kind of crap is why MA is also one of the  you could not pay me to live in.

And these are the people those chickenshits Boehner and McConnell helped fund. 
For years, top DHS officials — including those working in the Secretary’s office — knew of Echevarria’s behavior, and yet they did nothing to mitigate the obvious danger that he posed to society. But the cover-ups didn’t stop there.

One Florida news site,, reported that DHS officials may have even attempted to cover up Echevarria’s arrest and hide it from the public (Echevarria was not recorded as having been arrested by Florida law enforcement until more than two weeks after the incident).

Another campus with 'Freedom of Approved Speech' attitude.

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