Friday, March 19, 2010

While waiting for the front to arrive, I've found some

fine examples of petty bullcrap and incompetence:
Incompetence:A computer database glitch has sent police to the home of an elderly Brooklyn couple more than 50 times since 2002, sheepish cops admitted today.

Walter and Rose Martin endured the most recent raid on Tuesday, when four cops showed up looking for a suspect. Two officers broke a window in the back of their Marine Park home.

Police are still investigating why the couples’ address shows up in their database when some suspects’ names are keyed in.

But they’ve flagged the Martins’ address, and say the couple shouldn’t get any more visits from cops
NOBODY remembered the problem? NOBODY thought "Hmmm, we've gone there in error before, maybe we should check this out"? Computer glitch my ass.

Petty bullcrap: Since taking office, Obama has refused to approve any major Israeli requests for U.S. weapons platforms or advanced systems. Officials said this included proposed Israeli procurement of AH-64D Apache attack helicopters, refueling systems, advanced munitions and data on a stealth variant of the F-15E.

"All signs indicate that this will continue in 2010," a congressional source familiar with the Israeli military requests said. "This is really an embargo, but nobody talks about it publicly."

Absolute effing disgusting bullshit. Actually, this shouldn't be marked as bullcrap, this is active malice.

Speaking of active malice, Sen. Linsay Grahamnesty(Stupid Party Backstabber-SC) and Sen. Charles Schumer(Evil Party Camera Chaser-NY) want to force us to carry a national ID AND open us up to illegal aliens. Both should be among the first to hit the tar barrel.

"The Republicans did it too!" my ass:
Every legislative bill for which the House has used a self-executing rule in the past has already been considered, debated, voted on, and passed by the House.

In all uses of a self-executing rule, the House has never “deemed” as passed a bill on which it has not yet voted, but rather uses “deem and pass” in order to expedite passage of the Conference Report for a bill that has passed both House and Senate.

Thus, in all such cases, the Congressional record will show the results of the consideration of the bill. What is being “deemed” is merely that bill, as amended in Conference
This "We don't have the balls to actually vote on this" cowardice is squarely the Democrats own piece of shit. And it needs to be smeared all over them.
AND the bastards are playing word games with the possibility of doing the same crap on immigration. Hell with tar & feathers, maybe we should go straight to ropes.

I'm going to close this with two things: first, the increase in IRS powers this Obamacare crap would hand out:
House Republicans said Thursday that the health care overhaul will expand IRS authority by giving agents the power to verify acceptable health care coverage and fine or confiscate the tax refunds of Americans without coverage.

Republican members of the House Ways and Means Committee, a panel that oversees taxes and health issues, also charged that IRS audits will likely increase if health care legislation is passed. They added the IRS will require up to $10 billion to administer the new program. They also claimed the IRS may need to hire 16,500 additional employees.

"This dangerously expands IRS authority," said Representative David Camp, (R., Mich.), the ranking Republican on the Committee on Ways and Means. "Most Americans will find it shocking and troubling."

No bloody kidding.

Last, Big Dick's prediction. If he's right, it'll be the damndest mess since the Brits burned DC. Except they weren't specifically trying to run down and hang politicians. Speaking of whom, would be hiding behind every uniform they could drag in front of them, because they're a bunch of corrupt cowards who don't have the balls to stand up front.

Also, as Kevin has pointed out, if it hits that point this nation may well be screwed; once that starts there's no guarantee it can restore things, or be restrained enough to prevent tremendous damage to what we're trying to save.

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