Saturday, October 05, 2013

Obama forces shut-down of open air memorials

Like the Viet Nam Wall.

Ever been to the Viet Nam memorial?  It's a wall.  There's an open sidewalk next to it for people to walk on.  It requires no effort, and no manpower to leave open.

It does require manpower to barrycade it off and prevent Viet Nam war veterans from visiting.  So Obama is wasting money for the sheer purpose of throwing a temper tantrum and shitting all over Viet Nam vets.

Obama is an insult to this country.  And the people who elected him are an even bigger insult.

Friday, October 04, 2013

Medicare Plan "G"

For the Age of Obama!

You're a sick senior citizen and the government says there is no nursing home care available for you.

So what do you do? Our plan gives anyone 65 years, or older, a gun ( " G " ) and 4 bullets.

You are allowed to shoot four Politicians. Of course, this means you'll be sent to prison, where you will receive three meals a day, a roof over your head, central heating and air conditioning and all the health care you need.  Need new teeth?  No problem.

Need glasses?  That's great.

Need a new hip, knees, kidney, lungs or heart?

They're all covered!

As an added bonus, your kids can come and visit you at least as often as they do now.

And who will be paying for all of this?

The same government that just told you they can't afford for you to go into a home.

And, you can get rid of 4 useless politicians while you're at it.

Plus, because you are a prisoner, you don't have to pay any income taxes anymore.

Is this a great country or what?

Sent to my email by a friend.

Thursday, October 03, 2013

Obama shutting down private parks

Because his temper tantrum can't find enough targets.  So privately run parks and businesses all have to kow-tow to his arrogance, narcissism and idiocy.

He wants to hurt as many people as possible, just like the overgrown, self-absorbed piece of shit that he is.  That fucking communist bitch.

However, today, we have been told by senior member of the US Forest Service and Department of Agriculture that people “above the department”, which I presume means the White House, plan to order the Forest Service to needlessly and illegally close all private operations. I can only assume their intention is to artificially increase the cost of the shutdown as some sort of political ploy.
The point of the shutdown is to close non-essential operations that require Federal money and manpower to stay open. So why is the White House closing private operations that require no government money to keep open and actually pay a percentage of their gate revenues back to the Treasury? We are a tenant of the US Forest Service, and a tenant does not have to close his business just because his landlord goes on a vacation.

It needs to be said over and over

Not only are the Democrats shutting down parks that the government doesn't own or operate, but Democrats are paying people to protest WWII Veterans as they try to view the World War Two memorial.  That would be the memorial to THEM, that THEY EARNED.

Democrats paid union goons to protest World War Two Veterans.

Let that sink in for a moment.  It took me a while, but then I had to remember that there is no action too low, slimy or despicable for the Democrat American Communist Party to employ.

Democrats paid union goons to protest World War Two Veterans.

Democrats paid union goons to protest World War Two Veterans.

Democrats paid union goons to protest World War Two Veterans.

Democrats paid union goons to protest World War Two Veterans.

Tar and feathers are too damn nice for the Democrat American Communist Party.

Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Government shutdown

Hey, I'm still working.  The world did not end.

Are the welfare moms still getting their checks?  Are the Food Stamp EBT Card Brigade still buying their McDonald's? 

Huh.  It's almost .....  as if we don't NEED a huge government.....

Monday, September 30, 2013

Government shutdown

Personally, as a member of the military who's paycheck depends on the government?

Shut the fucker down. 

Take off and nuke it from orbit.  It's the only way to be sure.  Blow this shit right to hell.  At this point, you can't stave off this country's collapse.  So speed it up, so that when the shooting starts I can be the one pulling the trigger, rather than passing off my responsibility to the next generation like the Democrats like to do.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

The biggest threat to freedom on the planet

No, not Iran. Not North Korea or China or even Russia.

I'll give you a hint: it's more of an idea, but embodied in lots of different ways, all of them fatal to freedom in any of its forms.

Give up?

Full-time Legislatures. Yup. Just that simple.

Think I'm kidding? Look, it's basic human nature. Give a man a job and he will think he is required to produce something in order to justify his salary (and inevitable demands for a wage increase down the road). Now in the Legislature's case here in the United States, that shouldn't ordinarily present a problem, since they aren't sent there to legislate, but to represent the interests of the "folks back home". Some poor sap would get damned near drafted by his fellow citizens because they knew "he were an honest fella'" and would (presumably) represent the interests of the people who had sent him. They were, after all, his neighbors, and he would have to live among them again after a few years.

The townsfolk would send him some money every now and then so he could live so far from home, and to make up for the lost income from his business, whether that was his farm, smithy, store or practice, and when he wanted to come home, the townsfolk would pick someone else.

But because Men are not Saints, some laws restricting bad behavior needed to be passed, and fine details of what was to be legal and what was not took up a lot of time, so these draftees, there to represent the interests of the folks back home needed a secretary to handle all the correspondence, and that means an office, which means other people, and pretty soon, you have a fairly healthy cadre of folks whose only purpose in collecting a paycheck is to make sure the boss sees them working as hard as possible, and making his life as easy as possible, and that means to buffer The Boss from the average Joe and his workaday problems.

And that makes life in the big city suddenly a lot more pleasant than life down on the farm, and since you are State employees (well, not really, you are actually employees of the folks back home - remember them? - but you're drinking buddies with the guy who writes the Official Dictionary, and suddenly you are!), which means you get to decide your own salaries, and it all comes out of the taxes anyway, and why shouldn't you be entitled to a few freebies, as long as you don't overdo, right?

But then bad times come and people start looking at why they have to spend so much on the government, and you have to look busy, since The REAL "Boss" is paying attention, and so, with great fanfare, you and a few of your buddies put together a Blue Ribbon Panel, with The Governor signing a Grand Proclamation That Something MUST Be Done About This Scourge Threatening Our Way Of Life.

And writing lots of laws. "Hey, look at all the things we are doing! This is what your taxes pay for!" (No mention of the 20% wasted on bureaucrats and inspectors and Senior Executives, but why muddy the waters?)

But no one bothers to see if the laws were actually needed. Or if the old laws on the books should be gotten rid of. They just sit there, until you have laws like the one in Redlands, California, that states "Motor vehicles may not drive on city streets unless a man with a lantern is walking ahead of it." Or the one from Clarenden, Texas that forbids the dusting of public buildings with a feather duster. My personal favorite is the one that makes it a capital crime - death penalty and all - to hunt whales from the back of a pickup truck. In Oklahoma. (That's like those wacky warning labels, where you just KNOW someone had to have tried it first. "Well, they don't forbid me taking my toaster into the shower with me, so I guess it will be okaBZZZZZzzzt ")

You get laws that no rational being would think could possibly be passed in the "Land of the Free", such as the one deciding what kinds of light bulbs we would be permitted to use in our homes. Or the one regulating the flow rate of our shower-heads.

Hundreds of thousands of laws, all of them still as valid as the day they forbade someone from doing something. Professor Victor Davis Hanson once opined that everyone breaks three Federal laws every day, without even realizing what or why.

I think we were better off when we only had Ten...