Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Awww, the poor little nannies are intimidated

by having to obey the law; don't you just feel so sorry for the sad little pandas?
To borrow from Insty,
So they happily broke the law to deprive people of their legal rights and now that they might be punished for doing so, they’re troubled? Personally, I’m gratified. And if being punished for violating the law is troubling “intimidation,” then what have you folks been doing — illegally, I stress — since 1987?
They've been screwing with people's lives because they could get away with it, that's what.

So the corrupt bastards running Fannie Mae knew about problems clear back to 2003? Why am I not surprised...

Note to the dumbass redhead in the BMW on NW36th this afternoon: you know, deciding to blow past me in the narrowing area wasn't a real good idea, and if I hadn't seen you and eased back & over you'd have had some nice scrapes in your paint; and after all that you were right in front of me for blocks. You idiot.

On that Gunwalker news, listen to what the White House weenies were telling her about 'reasonable' media:

They REALLY don't like it when major media people actually ask them hard questions on a seriously nasty matter, do they? All good, the 'reasonable' crap starts about 8:20
They will tell you that I’m the only reporter–as they told me–that is not reasonable. They say the Washington Post is reasonable, the LA Times is reasonable, the New York Times is reasonable, I’m the only one who thinks this is a story, and they think I’m unfair and biased by pursuing it.

(fG)Britain is well and truly fucked, just no two ways about it.

...Only in a world where irony is dead could people not marvel at concerned parents being prosecuted for stealing a free public education for their children.

In August, an internal PowerPoint presentation from the American Federation of Teachers surfaced online. The document described how the AFT undermined minority parent groups' efforts in Connecticut to pass the "parent trigger" legislation that offers parents real governing authority to transform failing schools. A key to the AFT's success in killing the effort, said the document, was keeping parent groups from "the table." AFT President Randi Weingarten quickly distanced her organization from the document, but it was small consolation to the parents once again left in the cold

1 comment:

Windy Wilson said...

How dare they take an interest in "their" children's education!
Of course, then, once they are properly chastened and leave the matter to the professionals, they are calumnied when the professional process produces little thugs the teachers don't want to handle, saying the parents have abdicated their responsibility to take an interest in their children's education.
AFT should go the way of the passenger pigeon and (we hope) the BATFE.