Friday, August 01, 2014

So sue me





Debbie Duh



Obama 'Doing His Job Less Often Than Any President'
Republicans are foolish to sue the president, says DNC Chief Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Why? She says Obama is "doing his job less often and at a rate that is lower than any president since Grover Cleveland," of course! With friends like these...

 Hot Air's Noah Rothman observes, "[W]hat she is likely saying here is that Obama has issued fewer executive orders than did most of his predecessors. If that is an accurate interpretation, it is worth noting that Wasserman Schultz disturbingly equated the president issuing executive edicts with 'doing his job.'" 

The president's job isn't "taking executive actions to help people," as Obama put it. His job is to support and defend the Constitution and to faithfully execute the laws. On that count, yes, Wasserman Schultz is correct -- he's doing his job less often than any president.

I mean, it hasn't been a secret





Previously

A fine cesspool

                        
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They own the lead mines from whence come the dinner plates they sell.







They don't know [history] now.  And this is a fundamental change in America. Machines are taking over the world; these Blackberries, or whatever you have in your handsthese iPhones; people can create their own little universe in this bubble, and you don't ever have have to go out of it, and they don't.  And schools don't teach it .
Bill O'Reilly NBC NEWS, June 6, 2014.

Bill Weir is a CNN host, so he's just playing to form. Who knows anymore which of these media lightweights believes in AGW (man caused global warming), or is just too invested in the con to turn tail?   And there's Gov. Moonbeam.


Is he that stupid?  Or is it that he knows the folly of it all, but see Anthropogenic Global Warming as a useful tool to achieve Liberal goals too important for all mankind not to be implemented. Or is it that California Democrats have spent so much taxpayer money (billions) combating phantom AGW (while lining the pocketbooks of favored contractors); and so used so much political capital defending it that there is no way in hell they can recant.  They own the lead mines from whence the dinner plates they sell.

O'Reilly is spot on when it comes to the prole problem.  They all log onto the same moonbeam.  We are so screwed.
 




Puzzles for smart people

Subject: Puzzle for all you smart people
Puzzle One:  
Imagine you are a 3-year old to 8-year old child. You are on your own without adults. You are asked to walk from Houston, Texas, to Minneapolis, Minnesota, on your own with no food or belongings to sustain you. Then you are asked to walk an additional 100 miles past Minnesota. 
Could you do it?

·       How long would it take you as a 6-year old? That is the minimum distance these poor, helpless little ones have supposedly walked from Central America to the border of Texas, again, on their own. They didn't get lost.

·       And they survived the journey without help (unless you buy into the notion that a destitute out-of-work family, run out of their homes by gangs, and living in squalor somehow came up with $8,000 to $10,000 for EACH child to pay a coyote to take them to the border).
 
Puzzle Two:
Now, on the map above, you must start somewhere in the green area. Let's make it easy and start where green meets orange, so that you had the least mileage by not having to cover the whole green area. Just start where the green meets the orange. Blue, of course, is water.

·       Your task is to figure a route from the green area to the purple area without going into the blue area and avoiding towns and cities in the orange area. The black line is the distance from the nearest town to Mexico's southern border that touches the green area to Laredo, Texas, one of the CLOSEST purple towns. 1,220 miles across desert and mountains with no equipment, food, or help.

·       If orange had stopped these innocents where orange touches green, problem would not have occurred. However, what 6-year old do you know who could walk 1,220 miles (minimum), probably more like 1,500 miles, on their own without dying?

·       How many days would it take for a 6-year old to walk 1,220 miles without help, directions, food, sun protection, etc.? 
  
I don't think the whole truth is being given to us, folks…… Someone created and assisted this, and the media should be figuring out who it is.

Ron the legal Metzager