Sunday, July 03, 2011

What A Voice! What a country!

Why We Win!
Want some goose bumps of pride?

What A Voice! What a country!

USA! UAS! USA!
Jawa

Who's that knocking on my door said the fair youn - *gunshots*

Pima County GOP Establishment Backing Sheriff Dupnik over botched no-knock raid?

Pima County Republican Party leaders voted late Thursday to take away party chairman Brian Miller’s keys to the GOP headquarters and called a special meeting to try to remove him from his post.

 
Hang Them Quoth Goodwrench
  Miller has been under fire from party stalwarts for the past month, with meetings called in recent weeks after he criticized a SWAT raid in May that resulted in the shooting death of a man law enforcement officers suspected of involvement in drug trafficking.

    Several elected officials and party leaders have complained his comments pitted the party against law enforcement at a time when city elections are looming and candidates are gearing up for bigger 2012 races.

—  In other words, they value political alliances with government employees over the constitutional rights of constituents. Nice to hear them make that clear. Instapundit

In the same post Glenn Reynolds points to this.
Hang Them Quoth Goodwrench
Virginia Tea Party organization fights planning commision issuance of search warrants for suspected “code violations.”

The Lynchburg Tea Party is reaching out to community groups all across the city and across political lines to fight an issue that will directly effect you and your neighbors.

The City of Lynchburg is trying to give the planning commission (building permits, code enforcement, etc) the ability to issue search warrants if they suspect “code” violations.

This is an outright violation of the 4th amendment.

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Obama has certainly ushered in an era of  gummint by jack-boot thug, wot.  It's not enough to stop civil outrage like this, those responsible have to be ripped from office and driven from town.


Paint Ball Duck Hunt

Why We Win!

Paint Ball Duck Hunt

Sid the Trip

Gummint Healthcare Short Version

World’s Shortest Health Care Debate
(Made even shorter)

There’s lots more wrangling to be done about that Ohio decision, and the only thing that can be stated with confidence is that Anthony Kennedy will end up making the final call. One thing I know for an absolute certainty, is no matter how ObamaCare turns out, more is coming afterward; we aren’t finished with statist politicians beseeching us to support this-or-that centrally-managed scheme. That’s going to go on and on. The non-productive people will always want to make rules about how the productive people produce.
[...]
Gummint Health Care
Pick a year. Like, for example, 1975. Would you say government has become more involved or less involved in the administration of medical care since 1975?

Wow, that was easy. Okay. Would you say medical services have become more customer-oriented, or less customer-oriented, since 1975?
[...]
How about cost? Would you get slapped with bill for two thousand bucks after having your hand stitched up in the emergency room — in 1975?
[...]
So, government has gotten much more involved. Customer service is down, screw-ups are routine and expected, costs are soaring out of sight.

No need to argue in a vacuum about what “would” happen with more government intervention. We already know. We know it for an absolute, tested fact.

Argument over.  [House of Arrestallthese]


Sweet.

Barry - Do We Deserve Him?





revealing quote ...

Pappy And James Taranto:


An Associated Press dispatch about California's budget dispute contains one of the most revealing quotes we've seen in a long time, from the head of the California Federation of Teachers:

"Our polling shows us clearly that this is a winner, that very high numbers of the public and likely voters agree that the wealthiest Californians should contribute more," said Fred Glass, the federation's communications director. "I think there's a growing recognition that it's not that California's broke. We have plenty of money in this state; it's just in other pockets."

It's like when Willie Sutton was asked why he robbed banks and said, "That's where the money is."

Kerry Busted?

Campaigning in Massachusetts?

John Kerry?


Signs of the Time

Signs of the time

Hutchinson, KS signage

thor

Hey mom, can we have more cottage cheese?

Mad Men: Futile Assignments
Your mission, should you chose to accept it, involves making cottage cheese a kid favorite.


  6o years later these same men are ramping up Obama reelection spots.