Wednesday, December 01, 2010

For your morning collection,(which was the evening collection

that somehow didn't get published last night)
Breakables and RCOB warning in effect: the TSA dirtbags involved should all be fired. Period. And I can only wish there were some way to prosecute the bastards. There is absolutely no excuse- none- for this kind of 'pulling rules out of your ass', let alone what they did to this woman.

Corrupt, vile, highly partisan Sen. Chris Friend of Angelo Dodd says the Senate is too partisan. Screw you, you disgusting piece of crap; you cheated, you lied, you attacked people and now you want to make teary-eyed speeches when you've been thrown out. Just leave, and improve the moral tone of the place.

Your gasoline, heating oil and natural gas costs go up? Thank Obama, the lying little shit.
Wednesday, the Interior Department said it would not propose oil exploration off the Atlantic and Pacific coastlines or the eastern Gulf of Mexico for at least seven years.

But unlike the late March announcement when President Barack Obama took to the podium to embrace domestic energy production and call for bipartisan support in Congress, Wednesday’s declaration came with little fanfare - a press release and a phone call with reporters by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
Because he doesn't have the balls to come out and say it himself.
Hey, Carville, you helped get him in office and now he's screwing Louisiana; hope you like the result of your work.

So, after all the "We have to save our economy!" crap, it turns out FOREIGN banks got billions at 'favourable terms' in the bank bailout. Hard to make a list of all the people who need hanging over this crap.

Rep. Charles Rangel(Corrupt Dirtbag-NY), seems it wasn't that 'he couldn't afford a lawyer':
Harlem Rep. Charles Rangel bailed out on his House ethics trial just as committee lawyers were preparing to call a parade of corporate bigwigs who would testify about his fund-raising tactics, new committee documents reveal.

Lawyers were planning to challenge Rangel with a conga line of corporate officials who would testify about his pitches for multimillion-dollar contributions to the Rangel Center for public affairs at CCNY -- among them Donald Trump, Verizon Communications CEO Ivan Seidenberg and Hank Greenberg, CEO of C.V. Starr & Co.

Ethics lawyers also planned to call top lobbyists for AIG, NY Life, and Verizon, according to an Oct. 22 letter from the committee to Rangel.
So add chickenshit to corrupt.

Warren Buffet, you are cordially invited to kiss my ass, you hypocritical son of a bitch.
The report highlights the contrast between the public perception of estate tax proponents as fighting to break up wealthy, almost oligarchic families and the reality that a key force behind the tax is an industry for which ten percent of its revenues depend on maintaining the status quo.

One of the most outspoken voices urging a higher estate tax, Warren Buffet, owns six life insurance companies, the report says

Soon-to-be-former governor Ted Strickland(NSD-OH)joins the "We just don't explain in the right way how wonderful we are" group.
But his frustration was evident as the discussion progressed. Talking, unprompted, about the debate over the expiring Bush tax cuts, Strickland said he was dumbfounded at the party's inability to sell the idea that the rates for the wealthy should be allowed to expire.

"I mean, if we can't win that argument we might as well just fold up," he said. "These people are saying we are going to insist on tax cuts for the richest people in the country and we don't care if they are paid for, and we don't think it is a problem if it contributes to the deficit, but we are not going to vote to extend unemployment benefits to working people if they aren't paid for because they contribute to the deficit. I mean, what is wrong with that? How can it be more clear?"

Please note, he says that continuing the CURRENT TAX RATES is a cut 'that has to be paid for', miserable little bastard that he is. And, soon-to-be-former Governor Strickland, despite your wishes we CANNOT AFFORD TO MAY UNEMPLOYMENT PAYMENTS PERMANENT; I notice you don't seem to have any problem with THAT not being paid for.

Damn. Are there ANY actual professional law-enforcement officers in Nevada who'll do their damned job right?

Kilgore College President Bill Holda isn't just a liar; he's a user of biased information. And a liar again.

Well, Nanny of the Month is OKC Mayor Mick Cornett

Apparently his paymasters didn't like the idea. And no, I don't mean the taxpayers.
Thanks to Theo for finding this

And now it's been a LOOONG night and I have an unpleasant duty to perform before I can rest, so I'll leave you with this:
"You give me the memory card, you get the tripod back"

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