Wednesday, March 10, 2010

If they actually try this, hell with tar & feathers:

we go straight to ropes.
House Rules Chairwoman Louise Slaughter is prepping to help usher the healthcare overhaul through the House and potentially avoid a direct vote on the Senate overhaul bill, the chairwoman said Tuesday.

Slaughter is weighing preparing a rule that would consider the Senate bill passed once the House approves a corrections bill that would make changes to the Senate version.

Slaughter has not taken the plan to Speaker Pelosi as Democrats await CBOscores on the corrections bill. "Once the CBO gives us the score we'll spring right on it," she said
So the miserable little cowards not only don't want us to actually see everything in this abortion of a law, they don't want to have to actually put their name up as voting for it.

No, HELL no. You bastards have to actually put your name to a vote yes or no; this crap will not be allowed. Period.

I started to ask if anyone has a concession on good hemp rope, but in the interests of cost control- and the amount we may need- I'll settle for nylon or other synthetic. As long as it's strong enough.


Anonymous said...

The only problem I see with nylon is the stretch factor. Of course the amusement involved in watching them bounce like yo yo's a few times might be worth it.
Rey B

Kevin said...

I prefer nylon or synthetic. That way the rope can be thin enough to actually cut into the skin of their necks. With a particularly hefty member, or a sufficient drop, their heads might just pop right off!

(I consider this a feature, not a bug.)