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Duke

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oh look. it's mr. political nonsense again.

Oh look, it's Mr. Not-so-bright-republicant-clone.

I'll pay pal you 10.25 for some jergins and scott's tissue so you can work out your frustrations with a Sarah Palin blow up doll if that is what it takes for you to finally open your eyes.
 

Atan Nolme

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Is Obama's Interior Secretary lying about drilling permits..

...or his Justice Department?

President Obama's Interior Secretary Ken Salazar told Congress recently that his department has received only seven deepwater drilling permit applications and 47 for shallow water drilling in the past nine months.

That caught Sen. David Vitter's attention because he recalled that the Department of Justice told a federal judge last week that there are actually 270 shallow water drilling permit applications pending and 57 deepwater applications.

Which is it? The 54 applications Salazar claims or the 327 claimed by the Justice Department? Does the Obama administration's left hand know what it's far-left hand is doing?......












Judge Martin Feldman oughta' call DOJ back into court....and demand an explanation. And, if needed......a revision to the Appeals Court. Demand Secretary Salazar report on how many of the permits have been reviewed, and ask specifically what their objections were to each one upon which they have not acted. If they haven't reviewed any at all? Find 'em in contempt. They couldn't have counted on a stay comin' less than a week before his deadline. If they lied to the Appeals Court? The Appeals Court would lift their stay.


Texas's Governor Goodhair, as well as the governors of Oklahoma and Lousisiana should form a consortium to drill for oil.....regardless of what the Feds say.

They could tell the Feds, "you're no longer providing for the general welfare of the people, therefore you are no longer legitimate and we are no longer bound to obey you."



Watch the Progressive/Liberal/Left have fun with that one.
 

Atan Nolme

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So....this is what democracy looks like?

The New Civility: Blogger Ann Althouse’s ‘Madison Privileges Have Been Revoked’

Ann Althouse, a blogger and University of Wisconsin law professor, has provided extensive firsthand accounts and photos — along with her husband Meade — of the Wisconsin protests and related matters.

Althouse has criticized the actions of the Democratic lawmakers who left the state as well as the behavior of some of the protesters.

Amid the numerous death threats against GOP state lawmakers, the ripping up of Democratic recall petitions and university professors musing about justifications for “political violence,” it was only a matter of time before the union/left rabble would turn their ire toward Althouse.

In an unsigned “Operation: Countertroll” screed, they declare, “Your city of Madison privileges have been revoked.”.....







Cops better get on this...yesterday. Was this delivered via the website? IP address. This is a real threat. Those responsible need to be cuffed and stuffed. The letter sent to her is creepy. It names favorite hangouts.....



Operation: Countertroll


Her "crime"? Documenting what they do.
 

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Morning Boehner
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if NPR isn't going to be 100% neutral and influence peoples opinions politically one way or the other, then it should have zero funding from taxpayers.

i'd feel the exact same about fox if it was funded by taxpayers too.
 

JAXvillain

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so because one of the 2 parties has its head further up its own ass than the other they are supposed to simply ignore it? that's not choosing sides, just telling it like it is. that's what news is supposed to do.
 

dbzeag

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The New Civility: Blogger Ann Althouse’s ‘Madison Privileges Have Been Revoked’

Ann Althouse, a blogger and University of Wisconsin law professor, has provided extensive firsthand accounts and photos — along with her husband Meade — of the Wisconsin protests and related matters.

Althouse has criticized the actions of the Democratic lawmakers who left the state as well as the behavior of some of the protesters.

Amid the numerous death threats against GOP state lawmakers, the ripping up of Democratic recall petitions and university professors musing about justifications for “political violence,” it was only a matter of time before the union/left rabble would turn their ire toward Althouse.

In an unsigned “Operation: Countertroll” screed, they declare, “Your city of Madison privileges have been revoked.”.....







Cops better get on this...yesterday. Was this delivered via the website? IP address. This is a real threat. Those responsible need to be cuffed and stuffed. The letter sent to her is creepy. It names favorite hangouts.....



Operation: Countertroll


Her "crime"? Documenting what they do.

Democracy certainly doesn't look like what Michigan is doing.

http://michiganmessenger.com/47013/bill-offers-no-guidelines-for-use-of-emergency-managers-powers

State officials estimate that dozens of local governments and school districts will soon be unable to pay their bills and the Treasury dept. is on record supporting a bill — passed by the House last week — which would recast Emergency Financial Managers as Emergency Managers and give them unprecedented new power to fire elected officials, dissolve labor contracts and reorganize or dissolve cities and school districts.[\quote]

I have posted that before, but it is by far a breech of democracy more than the stripping of collective rights that WI is doing. It's actually removing elected officials at the whim of one person heading up the state. If that isn't tyranny, I don't know what is.
 

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Morning Boehner
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yea, next election elect all new people to head the state and remove those rules.

thats when democracy wins, sucks that its a 4 year cycle to do it though.
 

Atan Nolme

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Democracy certainly doesn't look like what Michigan is doing.

http://michiganmessenger.com/47013/bill-offers-no-guidelines-for-use-of-emergency-managers-powers

State officials estimate that dozens of local governments and school districts will soon be unable to pay their bills and the Treasury dept. is on record supporting a bill — passed by the House last week — which would recast Emergency Financial Managers as Emergency Managers and give them unprecedented new power to fire elected officials, dissolve labor contracts and reorganize or dissolve cities and school districts.[\quote]

I have posted that before, but it is by far a breech of democracy more than the stripping of collective rights that WI is doing. It's actually removing elected officials at the whim of one person heading up the state. If that isn't tyranny, I don't know what is.

So the Public Unions have killed the Golden Goose and now have to pay piper.
 

dbzeag

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Democracy certainly doesn't look like what Michigan is doing.

http://michiganmessenger.com/47013/bill-offers-no-guidelines-for-use-of-emergency-managers-powers



So the Public Unions have killed the Golden Goose and now have to pay piper.

None of this was about money! The unions were not costing the states anything. They made any concessions requested of them. But they were still abolished anyway. And the money that saved (which wasn't much of anything) went to pointless corporation tax breaks which won't have the effect of keeping corporation money in the state like politicians wanted it to do.

And what is this Golden Goose you keep talking of? Seriously find me a public employee that is earning more than a unionized private counterpart.

And unions have nothing to do with the tax changes that MI put into place that tax people earning below $25K 26% MORE than they were getting taxed before, but those making over six figures are not getting any tax raised. All of this amidst cutting corporation taxes. How are unions at all at fault with this? Even if you think a union is a cess pool were money just magically vanishes from the state treasury (which it isn't) what does that have to do with the MI bill to dissolve collective bargaining AND put in martial law at the whim of the governor? Wouldn't just vanquishing the unions be enough for those misguided leaders to put money back into people's pockets and keep jobs around? Why would you need the ability to dissolve any elected official's office, ignore any treaty or procedure or any state ordinance and give that power to a corporate official?