Friday, December 02, 2011

Dallas Democratic State Representative Roberto Alonzo: you're full of crap

Brinsdon said she stood her ground by staying seated when first-year Spanish 3 teacher Reyna Santos assigned her class to stand and recite Mexico's pledge of allegiance.

Students stood with right arms straight out and palms down, which is how the school district says Mexicans say their pledge.
is NOT 'learning an aspect of what is Texas'. Unless you think reciting the Mexican pledge, while standing at attention, is; being a modern effing Democrat, you might well.

Speaking of modern Democrats,
“I have my own army in the NYPD, which is the seventh biggest army in the world. I have my own State Department, much to Foggy Bottom’s annoyance. We have the United Nations in New York, and so we have an entree into the diplomatic world that Washington does not have,” Mayor Bloomberg said.
When politicians start referring to the police as 'my own army', that's a definite warning sign.
And I don't care that he changed his letter to 'R', he's still the nanny-state NSD he's always been.

"Every single thing that we care about is at stake in the next election," he told one donor group. "The very core of what this country stands for is on the line."
Yes, it is, you socialist bastard, just not in the way you mean.

I wonder: is there any limit to the idiocy of the Federalized Professionals of the TSA?

Probably not.
TSA isn't budging on the handbag, arguing the phony gun could be considered a "replica weapon." The TSA says "replica weapons have prohibited since 2002."

It's a rule that Vanessa feels can't be applied to a purse.

"Common sense," she said. "It's a purse, not a weapon."
'Common sense'? From the TSA?

Google: "Don't be evil. Unless it benefits us."

And from Tam, on the idea of government having a monopoly on force:
Central governments have managed to turn murder from a hobby pursued at home by individual craftsmen into a wholesale industry churning out slipshod and substandard corpses in numbers that can’t be read without sounding like Carl Sagan.
Even the worst serial killer has to operate at a retail level; you need uniforms and flags and stylish logos to go truly wholesale.

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