Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Isn't that cute? We have vets going to memorials;

Obama & Co. have to organize protesters.

Steyn on the National Socialist Park Service:
The NPS has spent the last two weeks behaving as the paramilitary wing of the DNC, expending more resources in trying to close down open-air, unfenced areas than it would normally do in keeping them open. It began with the war memorials on the National Mall — that’s to say, stone monuments on pieces of grass under blue sky. It’s the equivalent of my New Hampshire town government shutting down and deciding therefore to ring the Civil War statue on the village common with yellow police tape and barricades.
Armed rangers were posted at the doors, and, just in case one of the wily Japanese or Aussies managed to outwit his captors by escaping through one of the inn’s air ducts and down to the geyser, a fleet of NPS SUVs showed up every hour and a half throughout the day, ten minutes before Old Faithful was due to blow, to surround the geyser and additionally ensure that any of America’s foreign visitors trying to photograph the impressive natural phenomenon from a second-floor hotel window would still wind up with a picture full of government officials. 
The NPS have not yet fried anyone for taking King Barack’s deer, but it is somewhat sobering to reflect that an English peasant enjoyed more freedom on the sovereign’s land in the 13th century than a freeborn American does on “the people’s land” in the 21st century.
Disgusting barely begins to cover it.  And this agency needs to be cleaned or done away with, since they seem to think they're entitled to do whatever the hell they want with what they seem to believe is THEIR property.

Speaking abuses of power, the good thing is this piece of crap with a badge was arrested; now we'll see if the agency actually carries through or comes up with some dodge for him.

So let's see charges filed on Hagel.  Or at the least- assuming any of the journalists in DC actually aspire to being reporters- some real hard questions being asked(I know, but I can dream).
The American Spectator has been provided with the text of a political message sent on Saturday evening, using Department of Defense communications systems, on behalf ofPresident Obama and Secretary of Defense Hagel.

It is addressed to “all US government employees” and further specified by the DoD sender to go to “all subordinate commands,” in compliance with Hagel’s call for “the widest possible distribution.”

The message contains standard presidential lauding of public service, but goes on to attack the current government shutdown by specifically castigating the House of Representatives, saying that the House — which is unsubtle code for Republicans — should “follow the Senate’s lead…without trying to attach…partisan measures in the process.”

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