Wednesday, January 02, 2013

You’d think they would know their American history.

Taxes started the debate, going to take the colonials firearms started the war. Ah, but the history they know is the PC version; and they don't care, anyway.

Some of the new taxes on people Obama promised wouldn't see higher taxes.

From one of the countries Feinstein says we should improve our image with:
Hundreds of empty, parked cars go up in flames in France each New Year’s Eve, set afire by young revellers, a much lamented tradition that remained intact this year with 1193 vehicles burned, Interior Minister Manuel Valls says.
His announcement on Tuesday was the first time in three years that such figures have been released.
The conservative government of former President Nicolas Sarkozy had decided to stop publishing them in a bid to reduce the crime – and not play into the hands of car-torching youths who try to outdo each other.

'Freeloader's manifesto'; yeah, that covers it.

1 comment:

Windy Wilson said...

"The . . . government . . . had decided to stop publishing them in a bid to reduce the crime."

Thinking that if it isn't in the statistics it didn't happen, or if it doesn't hit the papers the "disaffected youths" (we know what ethnicity they are) will be discouraged by not seeing it in the papers and sleep in. Not that they can read and thus be discouraged, but that is the theory.

And thus the Soviet theory of Isvestia and Pravda move west.