Monday, January 02, 2012



A new state law every 13 minutes

                   A new state law every 13 minutes


In 1925 it would have taken you 12 days to read all the United States’ federal laws and regulations if you plowed through about 200 pages per day. Today that same task would take you three years. You can thank the 5,000 pages of Obamacare and Dodd–Frank for the extra 25 days of study.

And none of this even counts state laws, of which we now have 40,000 new flavors. Utah has banned Happy Hour. Illinois motorcyclists can now run red lights if they don’t change quickly enough. And if you want to drive a golf cart in Georgia, it simply must have a horn. [Full]

Sorry folks, but our governments are a deadly cancer.  What's  the treatment for cancer?  Amputation and radiation. 

Res Ipsa Loquitur

Rep. Louie Gohmert

Rep. Louie Gohmert
sees President Obama as one of the biggest threats to this nation.


"Well for one thing, I see the president is a divider, not a uniter. He said the opposite, but what we've seen is he's using class warfare, he's dividing America. He's trying to say, if you don't have a job then you need to look around and be jealous of people who have money, who have a job and want what they have.

"He has encouraged the Occupy movement as being a good thing. There hasn't been a president in our history, that as a sitting president, encouraged protesters. ... That makes no sense unless you have a divider, not a uniter." 
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R TX)
Obama's patronage of the OCCUPY movement cannot be mentioned too many times.  It puts him in the Bürgerbräukeller.

Red Hair

Red Hair



Gifts Dismissed ..

Today's Evocativeness


Superman's Slapdown

I'll bet many of you have in the past also been hurt by a careless dismissal of something you gave to a friend or loved one, just as Jimmy Olsen was here. Mine happened when I gave my dad a briefcase for Father's Day, and he made me take it back because it cost too much money.  In retrospect, since I was only around 11 years-old, I can't imagine that any attaché' case I could, even extravagantly,  afford would have been something a professional would be seen dead with.  Still ... I remember it. don't I?

 BTW, this is the only instance in my entire life that my dad disappointed me wantonly.  Oh yeah, there were several instances where I tried to give girlfriends something very precious to me, and was refused, but I don't remember their names, so who cares?  I call them Losers!

The Pizza Gun

  Liberal cancer; don't hold the 'chovies


Res Ipsa Loquitur

In the past, a gunmaker's name on a pen and a drawing of a space weapon have been enough to bring down school officials' wrath on students; now it's a piece of pizza.

At an elementary school in Smyrna, Tenn., student Nicholas Taylor, 10, has been ordered to spend lunches for the rest of the semester at the lunchroom's "silent table" because he allegedly picked up a piece of pizza and waved it around like a gun. [the full pie]

Is there anything I can add?  Just this. 

This is just another of hundreds, I mean thousands millions  of extant examples of what we face,  moving on.  We can't kill all of them, nor would we want to, since many of are loved ones, or just innocent victims of Liberal educrats.  This, then, is another argument for why we must expel a number of states from this Union (you know which ones), and let them flop about governing themselves without taking down the entire house.  So it's not secession we want; it's expulsion!  Lincoln would be okay with that.