Thursday, May 5, 2011

I don’t know who is crazier, Obama or the people who continue to support him…

Obama floats plan to tax cars by the mile

The Obama administration has floated a transportation authorization bill that would require the study and implementation of a plan to tax automobile drivers based on how many miles they drive.

The plan is a part of the administration's "Transportation Opportunities Act," an undated draft of which was obtained this week by Transportation Weekly.

This follows a March Congressional Budget Office report that supported the idea of taxing drivers based on miles driven.

Among other things, CBO suggested that a vehicle miles traveled (VMT) tax could be tracked by installing electronic equipment on each car to determine how many miles were driven; payment could take place electronically at filling stations.

After reading this story I developed a massive headache, I honestly could not figure out what to fucken say about this story.
I know I feel as though I keep repeating the same old shit regarding this idiot president, I know I have said long before I went on my blog hiatus that I have never disliked a political figure as much as I do Obama and it is idiot shit like this that just makes me dislike him even more.
Folks are losing their jobs, folks can’t find jobs. Our national debt is beyond anyone’s wildest dreams, gas prices are through the roof, food prices are higher than they ever been (I pay attention to this more than ever now) and this fool ass administration wants to tax mileage. Fucken Democrat, just like this idiot tard Negro here in Kansas who wanted to tax speeders on the turnpike by fining them if they got to the toll booth too quickly. Here you have the majority of Negros who would rather pay high dollar for hair weaves and rims but they vote for someone who wants to jack them via taxes at every turn. Jesus this country is so screwed.

Dutch Duo Report Obama to Cops for Osama 'Murder'
Leave it to the Dutch. Two men stormed into a police office in the Dutch city of Tiburg this week to report Barack Obama for Osama bin Laden's "murder." There "is a murderer who has admitted the deed on television and who dumped the evidence at sea. And the whole world is celebrating," announced Ruud Snoeren, a lawyer. "We are very angry." Dutch cops recorded the complaint, but told the men to take their beef to the World Court in The Hague, reports the Telegraph. "It is not that we do not take the case seriously, but this is not something for Tilburg police," said a spokesman. "We are not going to commit police resources to this."

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell “America Overreacted to 9/11″
Did you know that America ‘overreacted’ to 9/11?

Another day, another ‘spit take’ caused by MSNBC.

Lawrence O‘Donnell’s nightly show on the cable channel features an opinion segment called ‘Rewrite.’ Tuesday‘s ’Rewrite’ was also an attempt to rewrite history.

Like many folks on both sides of the aisle, Mr. O‘Donnell wants to find a way to associate the ’good news‘ part of Bin Laden’s death with his political party of choice while also managing to lay blame for any bad elements of this event on the opposition. Supporters of GITMO and the enhanced interrogation techniques like waterboarding are proudly stating, we would still be looking for OBL were it not for these tools of war. CIA Chief Leon Panetta admitted that information from Waterboarding helped in locating bin Laden.

Click link to see for yourself... This is just stupid beyond words.

Killing Bin Laden Once Again Makes The Case For Assassination

Why football players should play football and shut the fuck up...

and why do people "tweet?"

Steelers RB Writes Clarification Of Osama, 9/11 Tweets

PITTSBURGH — Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall wrote a “clarification” of his comments made Monday on Twitter regarding the death of Osama bin Laden.

In a tweet posted around 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, he linked to an in-depth blog post. In that entry, he wrote that he does not support bin Laden, and that he aimed clear things up, for not only himself, but also the Steelers.

On Monday, Pittsburgh’s leading rusher caused enough of a stir with his tweets, that the Steelers felt compelled to release a statement.

Among Mendenhall’s posts, the day after the bin Laden news broke, was: “What kind of person celebrates death? It’s amazing how people can HATE a man they have never even heard speak. We’ve only heard one side…” He also tweeted on the Sept. 11 attacks: “We’ll never know what really happened. I just have a hard time believing a plane could take a skyscraper down demolition style.”

Wednesday’s offering, though, was a different story.

“I appreciate those of you who have decided to read this letter and attain a greater understanding of my recent Twitter posts. I see how they have gotten misconstrued, and wanted to use this outlet as a way to clear up all things that do not truthfully represent myself, what I stand for personally, and any organization that I am a part of.

Liberals and Democrats will always tell you who they fear when they start digging for dirt so early…

Paul Ryan: Secret Union Lover?

The GOP lawmaker's generally anti-union track record has one outlier: a pro-labor law that affects his family's construction company.

Republican golden boy Paul Ryan is hardly known for his sympathies to organized labor. With his drastic budget proposal to privatize Medicare and unabashed support for Governor Scott Walker's anti-union bill, the Wisconsin congressman has become the new face of the GOP's right flank.

But a closer look at Ryan's voting record reveals a single eyebrow-raising exception when it comes to labor unions: Ryan has consistently broken with his party to defend a law protecting the wages of unionized construction workers. His stance on the issue has earned him the support of a handful of unions back home, setting them apart from the majority of Wisconsin's labor community, which who has cast Ryan as public enemy No. 1. What explains this break in GOP orthodoxy? Ryan's family owns a construction firm that relies heavily on union labor—and the company could suffer if the law were repealed.
Since he was first elected to Congress in 1998, Ryan has been a staunch supporter of the Davis-Bacon Act, which prevents federally funded construction projects from undercutting the prevailing union wages in any local area. Republicans have been pushing to repeal Davis-Bacon for years, claiming that it benefits unions at the expense of taxpayers. In a handful of states, GOP lawmakers have already succeeded in overturning state versions of the law. But as recently as February, Ryan joined 47 other Republicans and 185 Democrats to oppose overturning Davis-Bacon, defeating the repeal bill.

wow... to think I ignored shit like this...
Alabama to Undocumented Kids: No Prom For You!
Having trouble finding a date for the prom? Don't worry; under a bill that recently passed the Alabama state senate, undocumented teens might not be able to attend either. SB 256, the "Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act," takes steps to block employers from hiring illegal immigrants, gives law enforcement more authority to check immigration status, requires voters to bring proof of citizenship with them to the polls—and prohibits "participation in any extracurricular activity outside of the basic course of study" for K-12 students who aren't legal residents.
The bill, sponsored by GOP state Sen. Scott Beason, has many of the same features as the controversial law passed by Arizona last spring, with a few twists. Police officers would be required to to ask drivers for their immigration papers during routine traffic stops, if they have a "reasonable suspicion" the driver is not in the country legally. And because undocumented residents are already prevented from obtaining driver's licenses, the bill goes one step further, making it a crime to knowingly give a ride to an undocumented resident.
Beason, who did not respond to a request for comment, has previously called his measure a "jobs bill." He drew criticism in February when he told a county GOP meeting it was time to "empty the clip" on immigration reform. In the same speech he said this:
Liberals are always going to want to create their utopia—if they just have a little bit more tax money, if they just let a few more illegal immigrants in—they would just create this wonderful melting pot and it would all be beautiful and we'd run through the field of flowers. Well that’s not going to happen.

Out... break Gaius

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