Wednesday, February 19, 2014

It don't git no plainer'n'is.

It don't git no plainer'n'is.

Metzga Metzga


Here is a link to Texas Secretary of State Elections Dept. On this page is a link to pdf copy of their complaint form.
Put links to Breitbart and youtube in the body of the complaint and FAX IT!!
And pray - our complaint becomes public record.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas—In an apparent violation of state law, Battleground Texas officials are exploiting legally protected information to turn voters out to the polls as part of the Democratic party's quest to paint the Lone Star State blue, a new undercover video from James O'Keefe reveals.
The footage shows Battleground Texas volunteer Jennifer Longoria saying the group uses the phone numbers from voter registration forms in later efforts to boost turnout on election day.
Texas Election Code prohibits the use of, or even the copying of, phone numbers provided by individuals registering to vote.
“Every time we register somebody to vote, we keep their name, address, phone number,” Longoria said.
The video also shows volunteers calling to boost turnout for Wendy Davis's gubernotorial bid.
The new revelations are likely to add to concerns about an apparent culture of data sharing among Democrat-aligned political and nonprofit organizations. For example, a previous O'Keefe expose raised questions about whether campaigns to get people to sign up for Obamacare had secondary political motives.


                      —   you dooks

This “administrative error” gave Duke possession when it should have been Maryland’s ball late in the second half. The Blue Devils scored on that possession. They ended up winning by two points.

If you didn’t hear, Maryland’s final visit to Duke as an ACC program included an admission of error by game officials. Via Prewitt:

In a statement provided Sunday night, ACC senior associate commissioner of men’s basketball operations Karl Hicks acknowledged that an “administrative error” was made concerning a series of held balls in the Maryland-Duke game on Saturday at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

This “administrative error” gave Duke possession when it should have been Maryland’s ball late in the second half. The Blue Devils scored on that possession. They ended up winning by two points.
Terps Coach Mark Turgeon has taken the highest of high roads in discussing this screw-up, but many Maryland fans were less forgiving. And then there’s Gary Williams, who was discussing the game on ESPN 980′s “Sports Fix” on Tuesday afternoon.

“You know, there’s been times down at Duke over the years – not just when we played – but when funny things happened at the scorer’s table,” Williams told Kevin Sheehan and Thom Loverro.
Williams appeared to be referring both to the jump ball situation and to a later incident when officials missed a Duke shot-clock violation before eventually correcting the ruling via replay. So Williams was asked whether he believed the jump-ball foul-up was an innocent mistake.

“Uh, it can be,” he said. “I’ve seen it. I wasn’t there. I don’t know. But I know one thing: I would have been very upset after the game, because that was a big play in that game.”
Williams was also asked if he did anything to guard against such mistakes.

“I always had a guy taking care of fouls, because you didn’t always trust the scorer’s table,” Williams said, speaking of all games, not just at Duke. “He wanted to know how many team fouls, whether it was a guy’s second or third foul, [which] is really big in the first half. And then the arrows become a thing you’ve got to keep track of, because you want the team to know when you have the arrow. … That arrow thing is really big on your bench, and so usually an assistant coach keeps track of those things and keeps reminding the head coach of the situation.”

And, awesomely, Williams also talked about Duke’s rims, when discussing Charles Mitchell’s last-second attempt that rimmed out.

“Those rims at Duke, going back to the ’60s, they’re as loose as you’ll find in the Atlantic Coast Conference,” Williams said. “And for Mitchell’s shot not to go in, I just couldn’t believe that shot didn’t go in to win the game.”

As for his assessment of the game, “I thought Maryland outplayed them,” Williams said. “Once again, I’m not being biased on that. I just think that the way Maryland played in the second half, they were the better team on the court.”


Going into this last season in the ACC,  we knew that ACC Coach K's "Who will rid us of this troublesome team" would find willing takers in the Carolina centric game officials.  Their principle weapon this year has been the "declaration foul."  That's when officials (in any sport) very quickly levy 2-3 penalties on the target team's best scoring threat, which message is not lost on the players,  and alters everything.  I don't know squat about the BIG, but I hope those officials are consistent in the way they call a game.  I will miss beating DOOK though. 

The First Annoying Liberal

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The mess at the IRS is worse than people realize, and a new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, Internal Revenue Service's Executive Long-Term Taxable Travel, reveals widespread flouting of rules, and underreporting of income by senior IRS officials. Such a pattern and practice on the part of those charged with supervising (and prosecuting failure of taxpayers to comply with) tax law is a major scandal.
The Internal Revenue Service has become a partisan tool of the Democrats, a constitutional abomination that should be the basis of impeachment - and use of the IRS against his political enemies was an article in the proposed articles of impeachment against Richard Nixon drafted with the help of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

The GOP has a ready-made issue to take to voters. The IRS is easily the most-hated institution of government power. Evidence that it doesn't obey the laws it enforces against others is an electoral gimme for the GOP.As Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit comments dryly: "Rules are for the little people." Leona Helmsley didn't earn much love with that approach, and sticking that view to the IRS will ahve the same potentcy.

It is time to draft and pass in the House IRS reform legislation and to lay the groundwork for abolishing the agency in a wide-ranging tax simplification a d reform agenda to hold out for the public following the 2016 elections, if they have the wisdom to hand Congress and the Oval Office to the GOP. [FULL].



Most Arrogant Man in the World

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What other explanation is there  ?

Richard Nixon “went down the toilet” for talking about using the IRS as a political tool while Republicans have backed away from “high-level investigations” of IRS targeting under President Obama. - John LeBoutillier

Pat Caddell said Sunday on Fox News that the reason Republican leadership hasn’t pushed for a high level investigation of the IRS for targeting the Tea Party is because they want the IRS to go after the Tea Party:

When you have 71 percent who want an investigation, 64 percent who believe it is a sign of corruption including nearly a majority of Democrats, the reason is the establishment Republicans want the IRS to go after the Tea Party. Got it? They want them to go after the Tea Party because the Tea Parties are an outside threat to their power hold. And I’m telling you the lobbying consulting class of the Republican Party or Republican leadership who have been attacking the Tea Party and alienating them, they want the IRS to do this!

What other explanation is there for the Republican majority to be sitting on its hands?

Boned Jello
Maybe this is the end of the "Phony War."  Hi-Fo voters have recognized for some years now that the GOP is in the business of growing government, and will fight vigorously to defeat any "conservative" candidate for any office.  Caddell's statement has gone as viral as anything that  favors Teaparty Americans can.  The GOP are little more than the Nazi infiltrators wearing the American uniform during the Battle of the Bulge, and should similarly, albeit figuratively speaking, be summarily executed.