GOP? What GOP?

His Imperial Majesty does believe that it’s time to take off the blinders and realize that the GOP is dead.

It’s not a surprise to us, we’ve suspected it for a long time, but we also realize that building up something from scratch is a long, arduous process, and “long” is the exact definition of the amount of time to save our country that we do NOT have. So we’ve tried to hold back on throwing up our hands and saying “the fuck with it.”

With the confirmation of a neo-Nazi, clinically retarded fuckwit like Chuck Hagel as head of the DoD, however, we’re done. That the Gutless Old Party pulled it off with their usual “we’ll vote for cloture knowing that he’ll be confirmed as a result, but then we’ll pretend to be against it by putting in a useless “nay” in the following majority vote” ploy only confirms that they’re dead. They still think that it’s Business As Usual™ and that their old obviously transparent tricks still work.

That Benedict McCain was part of the gang of 15 who decided to betray our nation by appointing a self-admitted imbecile as second in command of our military is no surprise, and anybody itching to chime in about McCain’s prior honorable service to our nation can just shut right the fuck up this minute and not even bother, because we don’t give a tiny turd. The original Benedict was a pretty formidable general on our side too, right up until he decided to suck the cock of tyrants in hopes of a reach-around, yet you don’t see very many people using his prior service as an excuse for his treason.

So just cut it out, will you? You’ll be much happier if you do, and a great deal less eviscerated in the comments too.

As far as we’re concerned, one of the single most brilliant moves the North Vietnamese made in the SEA Troubles, at least as far as inflicting damage upon our once great nation goes, was to NOT murder that treasonous son of a pestilent whore when they had a chance to.

As far as his 14 co-conspirators to put an imbecile ball washer in charge of our military goes: We won’t forget you either and you’ve just provided us with excellent evidence for your upcoming trials. Say hi to the firing squads, will you?

Alexander
Ayotte
Blunt
Burr
Chambliss
Coburn
Collins
Corker
Flake
Graham
Hatch
Murkowski
Sessions
Thune

Fuck them all, let it burn. They’re dead to us. The GOP can go straight to Hell. Not another dime. Welcome to Whig-dom.

Thatisall.

49 comments

  1. 1
    Orion growls and barks:

    As I’ve been saying – we don’t have two political parties in this country. We have two factions of a criminal cartel that are running the joint and taking their cut off the top.

    Someone please explain to me the difference between the Sinaloa cartel and the Democrat or Republican parties?

    Anyone? Bueller? Anyone?

    Orion

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    That Benedict McCain was part of the gang of 15 who decided to betray our nation by appointing a self-admitted imbecile as second in command of our military is no surprise, and anybody itching to chime in about McCain’s prior honorable service to our nation can just shut right the fuck up this minute and not even bother, because we don’t give a tiny turd. The original Benedict was a pretty formidable general on our side too, right up until he decided to suck the cock of tyrants in hopes of a reach-around, yet you don’t see very many people using his prior service as an excuse for his treason.

    That’s awfully unfair.

    To General Arnold – who really only decided to screw the country after its elites screwed him a couple of times, and even then, probably wouldn’t have but for his wife.

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    Angelo de Codevila (sp?) was right.

    And the Establishment Republicans are the Washington Generals to the Pinko Party’s Harlem Globetrotters — they always lose because they’re in on the gag.

    (I exempt the honorable TEA Party contingent who haven’t buckled under the pressures.)

    Sweet Georgia BROWN!

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    So we have two questions: can we hose out the wankers and keep the organizational shell of the party, filling it with Patriots, or do we have to start from scratch?

    I vote internal insurrection. It has advantages — even the Washington Generals have uniforms and access to the game. If we can get more Patriots into the WG locker room, we can beat those bastards.

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    lessthantolerant growls and barks:

    It is time we recast the republican party. We need to begin at ground level electing people with backbones who love this country not their own survival.

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    Jack O' Spades growls and barks:

    The Republican Party is the political equivalent of the “bad guy” in any WWE pro wrestling event.

    In this day and age, they have become a construct of the Ruling Class to make sure that nobody will make any meaningful changes that might derail the 14-digit taxpayer-funded gravy train for lobbyists, political consultants, political appointees, government bureaucrats, public sector unions, and crony capitalist corporations.

    The sooner we all figure this out, the sooner we can destroy this ivy-league locust swarm that ravenously feeds on the fruit of our hard labor.

    I can’t post my thoughts on the Democrat Party here without risk of a visit from large men in bad suits and no sense of humor.

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    I exempt the honorable TEA Party contingent who haven’t buckled under the pressures.

    I hate to break it to you but Rand Paul voted for the son of a bitch.

    That city is a vile pit of corruption and no person can maintain their principles in Babylon D.C.

    The only viable option it to burn it to ashes, hang those that brought us here, shoot the sons of bitches that empowered them, and start the fuck over.

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    So we have two questions: can we hose out the wankers and keep the organizational shell of the party, filling it with Patriots, or do we have to start from scratch?

    I vote internal insurrection. It has advantages — even the Washington Generals have uniforms and access to the game. If we can get more Patriots into the WG locker room, we can beat those bastards.

    You can’t un-rot meat. It’s impossible. It’s foolishness, folly, and insanity to think otherwise.

    Pour diesel on the shit and toss a match at it. The flies and maggots are feasting and it’s starting to stink. You ain’t never going to make that fetid sludge edible.

    Never. After McWeenie, our family had a meeting – never again would we cast a vote for a Republican. None of us voted for Romneycare, and we will not give our consent to the fuckers that are willing co-conspirators with the Marxists on the left. It’s a false paradigm.

    As William Quick said - fuck “let it burn.”

    HELP THE MOTHER FUCKER BURN.

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    Veeshir growls and barks:

    I officially gave up on the GOP earlier this year, if America wants to bone itself, I’m not helping anymore.

    Especially as, with gerrymandering, there is no real way to get Congresscritters to be accountable.

    My only worry is that I live in AZ, that’s too clos to CA and has New Mexico in the way if I have to run to Texas.
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    LC Gregory growls and barks:

    And here in the Olde Dominion, the “Republican,” “conservative” governor Bob McBama has just railroaded through the largest tax hike in our history. The scuttlebutt around here is that he and the Establishment folks in the House and Senate are doing this to support Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, who just left the party and is flirting with a spoiler Third Party run for the governorship because he knew that Atty. Gen. Ken Cuccinelli had the nomination locked up.

    Thus, the tax hikes to intentionally destroy the GOP name and bring down Cuccinelli in the fall – giving the governorship to none other than Clinton Bag Man Terry McAuliffe.

    I still can’t believe this one. But I guess I should.

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    I’m wondering if this is part of letting the motherfucker burn.

    Days before the March 1 deadline, Senate Republicans are circulating a draft bill that would cancel $85 billion in across-the-board spending cuts and instead turn over authority to President Barack Obama to achieve the same level of savings under a plan to be filed by March 8.

    The five- page document, which has the tacit support of Senate GOP leaders, represents a remarkable shift for the party. Having railed against Senate Democrats for not passing a budget, Republicans are now proposing that Congress surrender an important piece of its Constitutional “power of the purse” for the last seven months of this fiscal year.

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    Mattexian growls and barks:

    I had a slightly related rant yesterday, at the news of Hagel’s swearing-in as Secretary of Defense: can we go back to calling it the War Department, because by my reckoning we haven’t used the military strictly for “defense” in a long time, instead taking the war across the globe to other countries, for about the last 50 years. I think the only time it was legitimately used in defense was after 9/11, to strike back at Al Qeida/Taliban, but then mission creep turned that into deposing Saddam Hussein and “bringing democracy” to Iraq and Afghanistan, two places that really don’t give a flying rat’s ass about such things. (Been reading a bit of “The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Middle East” lately.)
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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    I´d like to start a cuts ´wish list´ feel free to add yours

    above all else obama ´care´
    czars
    michelle´s ´staff´ of 43 ( Laura Bush had 3)
    vacations for the obama´s
    lavish dinner parties with their celebrity friends.
    Air Force One joy rides
    Kobe beef dinners for the DOG !
    the dogs trainers
    Michelles vegetable gardeners
    flying in StLouis pizza chefs and Chicago barbers
    47 Christmas trees

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    Alexander and Corker both – fuck me to bloody tears man…Looks like TN just went a sickening shade of ‘purple’.
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    DarkStar growls and barks:

    Fuck them all, let it burn. They’re dead to us. The GOP can go straight to Hell. Not another dime.

    I still get calls from the RNC, even after I have told them every time they call, that they aren’t getting a single cent from me until they grow some cojones and spit in the eyes of the dhims. There is no leadership and no one that really wants to change things. They are ALL in it together, worried about how they will maintain power and feeding at the public trough for life.

    Worthless bastards, should all be taken woodshed and beat with a 2×4 until all their stoopid ideas that are clouding their thought processes get knocked out of their heads.

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    Physics Geek growls and barks:

    You should check out Boehner’s-and the House GOP’s- response to the abortive Violence Against Women Act. If the GOP had any balls (hah!), they’d submit a budget called Saving Children and Puppies Act. “Why do you hate children and puppies?!” would be the constant refrain to Harry Reid and the Democrat Senate for refusing to bring the act to a vote.
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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    Understand this: the LIBERALS will not let this die. WHY? Because they don’t have to. As long as WE, THE PEOPLE, or those who are simply tired of all this, DO NOTHING, then they will continue with their insinuations, their diatribes, their anger, their REVENGES, their tirades. DON’T YOU PEOPLE GET IT YET? No one in this country (IN THE MAJORITY) IS STANDING UP TO THESE LIBERALS – yes, that means YOU. Most of you simply sit on these blogs and lash out with WORDS to one another. The liberals simply sit back and LAUGH at us.

    Do you get on the phone and call your Senators?
    Do you do anything CONSTRUCTIVE except COMMENT ONLINE?

    I was on the phone all day yesterday, talking to my Senators, along with other states’ Senators, AND the White House about this Administration releasing all those prisoners because of the Sequester coming. I was so angry (but very civil and polite) and had my facts in front of me and the reasons for why WHAT THIS ADMINISTRATION DID TO RELEASE THESE CRIMINALS TO ARIZONA, WAS SIMPLY IMMORAL AND WRONG AND AN IMPEACHABLE OFFENSE FOR THE PRESIDENT!

    A MAJOR Conservative movement needs to be started, to counteract these liberals. When it grows large enough, the liberal left WILL STOP THEIR IDIOCY.

    IT IS THE MINORITY WHO IS NOT ONLY CAUSING THE PROBLEMS, BUT WHO ARE CREATING THEM.

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    Don’t assume that we are doing nothing Gladiator old buddy. We ain’t insects as the good Mr. Heinlein would say – we can multitask. For example, just cause I’m posting some hate right now don’t mean I ain’t helping coordinate…. “stuff” elsewhere.

    Spent 30 years fighting in the political arena, and my brother spent longer than that – hell, he worked his ass off trying to support anyone but that shitbird Romneycare, and ended up damn near broke for his trouble. Speaking personally, I’m through with playing their rigged political horse-shit games. You can only spend so much of your life trying to win a fixed contest before you say “fuck it” and instead focus your resources and attention to more practical and time honored solutions to the situation.

    If you still got the energy to try and fight the good fight, more power to you. Me? Got tired of yelling at 19 year old government interns back in the early 90′s when it became obvious they don’t give two shits about us peons. Fuck their tricks and magic shows.

    I’ve been working with my family members to handle this our own way. Alot of resources you can pull together with your kin. Hell, we’re trying to set up a damn anti-propoganda propoganda mill, got my brother’s writing chops, my… ah… “legal maneuverings” the newphews web brains, and the “gals” are proofing, researching, learning, prepping, and keeping us testosterone junkines from going too apeshit – until the time’s right to do so. I envy the fellers in my family with good women to the right of ‘em.

    I’m rambling though.

    Just remember Gladiator – lots of us still care, but many feel that voting and screaming at brick walls won’t do shit, no matter how many of us rise up . We’ve had one demonstration after another – everybody including most of the democrat pinko-fuck-tards hated Jugg-ears’ little health care scheme – that didn’t stop the wretched fucks from making it law, and twisting the constitution into a pretzel in the supreme court to keep it law.

    An old man like myself sees that filth, and knows in his heart that no ammount of voting, calling, begging, or yelling will stop shit. The solutions to our woes will be solved with brass, lead jacketed in copper, and shrouded in our dearest blood. And we act and prepare accordingly.

    Judging from the gun and ammunition sales… we ain’t alone.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    HempRopeAndStreetlight @ #:

    Judging from the gun and ammunition sales… we ain’t alone.

    There’s a lot of folks out there who support the statist agenda – they’re buying at least some of those.

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    Fa Cube Itches says:

    There’s a lot of folks out there who support the statist agenda – they’re buying at least some of those.

    There are, but they’re not nearly as well trained and they don’t have quite the same… determination.

    I’m not talking about making a futile stand once the Fed Goons are at your door, you’re going to lose that contest, just hand them a trophy gun and send them on their way. Then melt into the grass and misbehave.

    Badly.

    Don’t ever fight the enemy at a time and place of his choosing. Give him his pound of meat, then take it back with interest.

    They don’t know who we are, we know who they are. Fear. Uncertainty. Paranoia. Those are all fine weapons of war.
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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    To elaborate a bit more: The reason we’re not seeing any “misbehaving” at this point is that, by and large, people are quite happy or at least content with their local constabulary. I know I am. They haven’t violated my rights, they’re doing their jobs and I don’t want to run afoul of them because they’re upholding their end of the contract.

    Why do you think so many PDs have been so very vocal about refusing to enforce unconstitutional gun grabs? For one thing, they’re as American as the rest of us, but even if you’re of the mindset that “cops are thugs who don’t care”, a mindset I absolutely don’t share, it’s in their own best interest.

    Once they violate that social contract, they become targets. Most of us have a problem with running afoul of Officer Friendly who’s just enforcing the law according to the Constitution. Almost none of us would have a problem with running afoul of Officer Friendly if he decides that the Constitution doesn’t mean shit and that he’s “just follovink orderz.”

    Where I come from, we were once occupied by the Nazis. The Nazis weren’t particularly worried about busting in doors where they could pick the time and place and bring overwhelming force. But they were scared shitless of everything else, because anybody and everybody could be that last person they’d ever see before they got a bullet in the eye socket. It could be an old man, a woman or a kid, but they knew they were never safe. If they moved about, somebody might just be carrying the bullet with their name on it.

    It gets really, really tiresome to be on your guard constantly like that.

    And once the ball gets rolling, once that first shot is fired and the first fascist is found in a parking garage with a bullet to his brain and nobody for some reason having any idea how it happened, the avalanche is not far behind. Wearing a target on your back is not a very comfortable way to go through life.
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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    Hemplight:

    The solutions to our woes will be solved with brass, lead jacketed in copper, and shrouded in our dearest blood.

    Suicide? Fratricide? I suggest this (presumed) Pattonism:

    No one ever won a war by dying for their country. They won it by making some other poor dumb bastard die for his country!

    Sic semper tyrannis.

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    Sadly, here is the current alternative to the GOP.

    Maxine Waters Warns 170 MILLION Jobs Could Be Lost Due to Sequestration Cuts — But There’s a Huge Problem With Her Estimate

    Feb. 28, 2013 4:05pm Jason Howerton/The Blaze

    If Congress allows sequestration cuts to take effect, more than 170 million Americans could lose their jobs, according to Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.).

    “If sequestration takes place, that’s going to be a great setback. We don’t need to be having something like sequestration that’s going to cause these job losses — over 170 million jobs that could be lost,” Waters said.

    She went on to say cuts must be done “over a long period of time.”

    There’s just one problem with her estimation — and it’s a big one. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are only 134 million people working in the United States. So by Waters’ estimation, the sequester cuts would be so apocalyptic that nearly 40 million people who don’t have jobs would become even more unemployed.

    Further, the U.S. currently has a population of about 315 million people, according to Census data. If Waters was correct in her assertion, that would mean sequestration would leave more than half the country, 54 percent, unemployed. Talk about a catastrophe.

    Luckily for America, the estimate is clearly wrong. TheBlaze could not find any data to suggest that the $85 billion in automatic sequestration cuts during FY2013 (about 2.4 percent of annual federal budget) would cause 170 million people to lose their jobs. Then again, that’s also impossible because there aren’t that many people working in America. Unfortunately though, once something is said, you can’t take it back.

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    bruce growls and barks:

    rope you must live in taxatwoshits where romneycare is bankrupting your state but nobody wants to talk about it .they pretend that nothing is wrong while looking for a scapegoat. i live in r.i. which has the missing link for a governor and a debt that we can never pay off.i e-mail my traitor reps. daily to remind them that they are a bunch traitors and what do i get in return,form letters in the mail and eimail.i have told the republicans to fuck off as i will never give them a dime because i know they will go along with any unconstitutional law bongo wants.i am preparing to move to central maine which is a big red spot in blue maine where i can shoot off my front porch if i want and they don’t tax my pension.knowing what a bunch traitor scum our politicians are i have been buying gold,guns and land for the last 40yrs.i also reload every calibre of gun i own i reload more than i shoot so it is building up.as for the gun grabbers don’t trust any cop not to obey there pay master.

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    LC Gladiator @ #24: This indicates how stupid they are. And sadly, how stupid the other people who voted for them are. :em08:
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    LC Spare Parts growls and barks:

    A note
    Dale Robertson has passed away. To all the pups old enough to remember Tales of Wells Fargo and so many other Westerns we watched, he was the very last of the old contract performers who became leads when TV was still black and white. like most journeyman actors of his time, he had a hand full of good years and left television when it left him; and Us.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Emperor Misha I @ #:

    Although I agree, at least in part, with most of your two part response, the following:

    There are, but they’re not nearly as well trained and they don’t have quite the same… determination.

    Isn’t really the way to bet. Historically speaking, NOBODY kills like the communists. They tend to be very determined folks – it’s almost a religious crusade for them. Hell, some of their most effective killers have come from groups that would not appear to be overly inclined towards violence, either.

    Not so sure that they aren’t as well trained, either. It’s pretty common around where I live to see Obama 08 and Obama 12 stickers right next to a USMC sticker on a car or truck. They’ve already got basic organization set up through things like ACORN, SEIU, OFA, etc. That alone is going to put them well ahead of a lot of their potential enemies.

    The lone gun seller in Soviet Monica has been reporting record sales for years now, and there aren’t that many friendlies around here. Other places will obviously be different, but discounting their overall numbers, preparation, or dedication would be a big mistake.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    LC Xystus @ #:

    No one ever won a war by dying for their country. They won it by making some other poor dumb bastard die for his country!

    It is possible to do both at once and have the math work out very much in your favor.
    -Zombie Mohammed Atta

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    LC Sir Rurik, K.o.E. growls and barks:

    Tallulah @ #3:

    Codevilla has struck again in a reply at Forbes.com Not to be missed. :em01:

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    PATTERSON AND KOVACS: Cut spending: Permanently furlough ‘official time’ workers
    Taxpayers should not be forced to pay unions

    By Matt Patterson and Trey Kovacs

    Thursday, February 28, 2013

    As politicians of both parties ride through the country Paul Revere-like in their warning about the dire consequences of the looming automatic spending cuts coming with sequestration, a lot of Americans are worried that essential government services will see a dangerous reduction in their operating resources.
    Yet there is a way to cut substantial amounts of federal spending that will have zero effect on public services. Simply get rid of federal employees who do no work for the federal government.

    Yes, such creatures exist, thanks to a bizarre provision in federal labor law called “official time,” which allows a unionized federal worker to work for his union while on his taxpayer-funded duty. Indeed, taxpayers actually pay public employees to labor for unions, which are, it cannot be stressed enough, private enterprises.

    For example, James O’Grady is an environmental scientist for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) who makes $93,175 per year. Only he doesn’t do anything for the EPA, or the taxpayers writing his checks. Instead, he works 100 percent of his time for his union, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE).

    What’s more, he’s not alone. According to records obtained by Americans for Limited Government through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, the Department of Transportation (DOT) employed 35 workers who only carried out union work in 2012, while the EPA had 17. All of this amounts to a massive, expensive public donation to the coffers of labor bosses: More than three dozen of these “100 percent official time” workers from the DOT and EPA made more than $100,000 per year.

    In fact, the problem is a large and growing one, spread throughout the federal workforce. According to an Office of Personnel Management (OPM) report entitled “Labor-Management Relations: Reports on Official Time,” federal employees spent 3.4 million hours on union activities in fiscal 2011, costing taxpayers a whopping $155 million in one year alone. Overlooking this waste, our nation’s capital is in the midst of an embarrassing tizzy over where and how to cut government spending.

    In the face of looming sequestration cuts, the EPA — like a lot of agencies — is looking at possible furloughs of existing employees to trim its budget. The Associated Press reports:

    “[I]f agencies do insist on furloughs, unions say they can bargain over when they take place and other terms that could help workers in financial trouble… ‘We plan to exercise those rights,’ said Jacueline Simon, public policy director at the American Federation of Government Employees.”

    Obviously, union officials are none too happy with the possibility of these furloughs, and are strongly requesting their agencies find alternative routes to savings. Mr. O’Grady, for example, in an email to EPA management, practically begged for cuts to come at the expense of government contractors – or anywhere else – instead of his union. Talk about nerve.

    It should come as no surprise that the whole mess is yet another legacy of President Jimmy Carter and his 1978 Civil Service Reform Act, which officially authorized “official time.” At the time, Carter boasted that the Act would “promote the general welfare” and “contribute to the effective conduct of public business.” Today’s OPM, the agency which tracks official time, continues to preach about official time’s alleged benefits, claiming that the practice is a “core component of the government’s carefully crafted collective bargaining system.”

    Indeed it is, and that’s the problem. Our collective bargaining system is so outrageous, and so biased in favor of unions, that taxpayers are actually forced to pour their hard-earned dollars into the pockets of union bosses.

    That’s money we can and should be saving. So let’s send government employees who really work for unions on furlough – a permanent one.

    Matt Patterson is senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, where Trey Kovacs is labor policy analyst.

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    Sadly, here is the current alternative to the GOP.

    False premise sir. “None of the above” worked well enough for the last two elections. They’re all human garbage in D.C. Why condone their actions with votes? John McShistain is the last Republican I ever vote for – and let’s be clear… the vote was cast with a prayer to God for him to choke and die on his own tongue immediately after taking the oath of office. I was really voting for Dead McCain and President Sara Palin.

    .

    Suicide? Fratricide? I suggest this (presumed) Pattonism:

    That would be nice, and I can hope it’s my blood that’s taken instead of any of my precious family or friends. But expecting those wretches to go softly into the good night is a teeny bit unrealistic. But we can dream.

    Isn’t really the way to bet. Historically speaking, NOBODY kills like the communists. They tend to be very determined folks – it’s almost a religious crusade for them. Hell, some of their most effective killers have come from groups that would not appear to be overly inclined towards violence, either.

    I guess we’ll see what happens then, won’t we. You talk of their superior organization – who’s to say that some us are not already marking targets, and gathering intel on them right now? Hypothetically.

    rope you must live in taxatwoshits where romneycare is bankrupting your state but nobody wants to talk about it

    Governor of our state told them to fuck-off with their healthcare exchanges. So far they are holding the line, we’ll see though, I don’t trust the state fuckers much more than the federal levithan.

    I prefer the local statists to the ones in DC – if for no other reason than they are much easier to get at if it comes to lynching.

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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    HempRopeAndStreetlight @ #:

    I guess we’ll see what happens then, won’t we. You talk of their superior organization – who’s to say that some us are not already marking targets, and gathering intel on them right now? Hypothetically.

    Undoubtedly. Those opposing the statists aren’t totally helpless by a long shot, but anyone who thinks it will be “A splendid little war” is mistaken.

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    Fa Cube Itches @ # 28: You never win by underestimating your opponent.
    LC Gladiator @ # 31: :em03: Fuck. Good plan!
    HempRopeAndStreetlight says:

    I was really voting for Dead McCain and President Sara Palin.

    You too, eh?
    Fa Cube Itches says:

    HempRopeAndStreetlight @ #:

    I guess we’ll see what happens then, won’t we. You talk of their superior organization – who’s to say that some us are not already marking targets, and gathering intel on them right now? Hypothetically.

    Undoubtedly. Those opposing the statists aren’t totally helpless by a long shot, but anyone who thinks it will be “A splendid little war” is mistaken.

    It will be ugly, it will be disgustingly violent, and many who survive it will never get over it. “But if it must happen, let it happen now…”
    BTW, just flash on the maps in my post listed below. This does give you a BIT of tactical wisdom. Block ‘em off and burn ‘em down.
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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    Speaking of our worthless, feckless, rotten, fuck-toad traitor Republican Party: http://www.dailypundit.com/?p=68981

    Don’t Yell At Your Girlfriend – You Could Lose Your Right to Own A Firearm! Thanks, Boehner and Cantor, You Progressive Putzes!
    by Bill Quick

    If you need any more graphic evidence of the hostility of the GOP Faction of the Ruling Party to constitutionally guaranteed individual liberties, I can’t imagine where you will find it other than right here.

    The leadership of the GOP Faction threatened conservative apostates from their statist ideology with open political warfare unless they knuckled under and stopped supporting individual liberty over the power and control of the state, the altar at which the GOP Faction worships almost as religiously as do the Democrat Faction (the controlling faction) of the Ruling Party.

    This is a deed that liberty minded conservatives should find threatening and outrageous, but because of the wonkish nature of the betrayal, most will never hear of it. The fact is that the GOP Faction is terrifed that it isn’t progressive enough, and therefore might appear unattractive to voters besotted with leftish, statist solutions and goals. They think the accuracy of this notion was confirmed by the outcome of the 2012 election – never mind that the 2010 election demonstrated entirely the opposite proposition. And, of course, the primary concern of the GOP faction is the maintenance of its own powers and prerogatives, not the maintenance of individual liberty in America.

    Cantor bills himself as a “conservative,” but the only conservatism he ever really demonstrates is a very conservative (read “minimal”) support for liberty in America. He’s a statist to the Boner, and the only cure for that is to burn it out, root and branch.

    They’d have disarmed me back in the 70′s when I was getting divorced after the rotten bitch cheated on me with a jr. partner had this dog-vomit been around. Shit like this is why I never tied the knot again.

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    I had to post this.

    “Tender Is the Night” – The Lost Boys
    by Richard Fernandez

    The situation facing Europe’s old and young illustrate the difficulties of a welfare state in collapse. First, the old: Britain’s establishment has been wracked not only by the pedophilia scandal at the BBC but by scandalous performance of the National Health Service. The NHS, which its creators boasted would be the ‘envy of the world’, has been found to have been responsible for up to 40,000 preventable deaths under the helm of Sir David Nicholson, a former member of the Communist Party of Britain. “He was no ordinary revolutionary. He was on the hardline, so-called ‘Tankie’ wing of the party which backed the Kremlin using military action to crush dissident uprisings” — before he acquired a taste for young wives, first class travel, and honours.

    The stories of the pathetic deaths of the elderly under his care — 1,200 in one hospital alone — have scandalized the British public, especially when it emerged he spent 15 million pounds in taxpayer money to gag and prosecute whistleblowers — often doctors and administrators who could not stomach his policies.

    The public money spent on stopping NHS staff from speaking out is almost equivalent to the salaries of around 750 nurses.
    The figures were revealed after a two-year battle by Conservative MP Steve Barclay, who eventually obtained them after tabling a number of Parliamentary Questions.

    The figures show a total of £14.7m of taxpayers’ money was spent on almost 600 compromise agreements, most of which included gagging clauses to silence whistleblowers.

    In reality it is the NHS, not James Bond, who has the real government license to kill. Cruelty to the old has become the new normal. It is now as acceptable as that other once-unthinkable thing: infanticide. Now it is nothing, ‘just move along.’ The highest priority of the system is to keep up appearances.

    When incompetent doctors amputate limbs unnecessarily or kill patients in horrifying numbers, the critics are simply silenced, and the Doctor Deaths left to practice their trade — to this day — unmolested. The taxpayer pays for his own noose.

    Yet even after the damning reports described a mayhem that would put a major Great War battle to shame, the British political establishment, including the Liberal Democrats, the Conservatives, and the Labour Party, continued to support “Sir” David, presumably because he knew where the bodies were buried, both figuratively and literally. Sir David Nicholson is unconcerned; he’s not even remorseful. Both the Guardian and the Telegraph — on opposite sides of the political spectrum — registered their disgust. But it is to no avail: the former Communist who boasts of his “passion” for the job will Bury You.

    The European Youth will remain outside the Death Pathways for some time yet. But they will spend the time waiting for their turn at affordable, caring, and passionate medicine in poverty and hopelessness. With the exception of Germany, youth unemployment in Europe is over 20%. “A full 62% of young Greeks are out of work, 55% of young Spaniards don’t have jobs, and 38.7% of young Italians aren’t employed.”

    The Lost Boys
    A whole generation is finished. Like their counterparts a hundred years ago, the European young are being sent to their professional death in millions. The carnage at both ends of the age spectrum — with the old being killed off and the young’s professional lives essentially buried — is a sign that the welfare state, the future on offer to “Julia” and Sandra Fluke, is now an empty box.

    The guys who voted for Hope and Change voted for nothing. The cupboard is bare. Everything that is left in the dying system is being spent to provide a luxurious lifestyle for people like Sir David Nicholson.

    It’s broke. Busted. Finished. It’s not true, as Mayor Bloomberg confidently says, that government, unlike ordinary people, doesn’t have to pay their debts.

    “We are spending money we don’t have,” Mr. Bloomberg explained. “It’s not like your household. In your household, people are saying, ‘Oh, you can’t spend money you don’t have.’ That is true for your household because nobody is going to lend you an infinite amount of money. When it comes to the United States federal government, people do seem willing to lend us an infinite amount of money. … Our debt is so big and so many people own it that it’s preposterous to think that they would stop selling us more. It’s the old story: If you owe the bank $50,000, you got a problem. If you owe the bank $50 million, they got a problem. And that’s a problem for the lenders. They can’t stop lending us more money.”

    It’s not true, any more than it was true that machine gun bullets wouldn’t kill you at the Somme if you went over the top with a soccer ball.

    Who is the “they” who can’t stop lending Bloomberg’s government money? Is it the guys who make food, coal, iron, goods, services, or stand watch on a wall in exchange for printed paper with Lew’s signature on it? Why do they have to keep doing it? Because Bloomberg can’t believe they’ll stop; because that’s the way its always been in the past.

    The establishment genuinely thinks the music will keep playing. And they won’t believe it will stop until it actually does.

    The current elite has abused, as very few elites have abused in the past, the power of trust. They’ve taken legitimacy won by generations of competence and used it to paper over mediocrity and madness. The trust they had to squander was immense; and they squandered it.

    When the crash happens the disillusionment will be tremendous. It won’t be the kind of disillusion that loses elections; or topples a government. It will the kind of disgust that pulls down a civilization. The kind that pulls Mr. Bloomberg and Mr. Obama’s world down so low it will a hundred years before the survivors can even reflect on it objectively. F. Scott Fitzgerald in Tender is the Night (1934) understood the immensity of the tragedy in terms of his own era. The leaders of his world had squandered more than the lives of a generation. They had destroyed love, truth, faith, and home.

    This land here cost twenty lives a foot that summer.

    See that little stream — we could walk to it in two minutes. It took the British a month to walk to it — a whole empire walking very slowly, dying in front and pushing forward behind. And another empire walked very slowly backward a few inches a day, leaving the dead like a million bloody rugs. No Europeans will ever do that again in this generation.

    This western-front business couldn’t be done again, not for a long time. The young men think they could do it, but they couldn’t. They could fight the first Marne again, but not this. This took religion and years of plenty and tremendous sureties and the exact relation that existed between the classes. The Russians and Italians weren’t any good on this front. You had to have a whole-souled sentimental equipment going back further than you could remember. You had to remember Christmas, and postcards of the Crown Prince and his fiancée, and little cafés in Valence and beer gardens in Unter den Linden and weddings at the mairie, and going to the Derby, and your grandfather’s whiskers.

    Neither Bloomberg nor Obama will ever understand how much they squandered — and for so little. # # #

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    LC LOBO growls and barks:

    Orion says:

    As I’ve been saying – we don’t have two political parties in this country. We have two factions of a criminal cartel that are running the joint and taking their cut off the top.

    Someone please explain to me the difference between the Sinaloa cartel and the Democrat or Republican parties?

    Anyone? Bueller? Anyone?

    Orion

    I’ve been saying this for years. Way before 1994 when I was able to vote. Glad to see that others are finally waking up. Now stop pulling the lever for the retard party and get involved with the grass roots third parties.

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    As far as we’re concerned, one of the single most brilliant moves the North Vietnamese made in the SEA Troubles, at least as far as inflicting damage upon our once great nation goes, was to NOT murder that treasonous son of a pestilent whore when they had a chance to.

    I seem to remember saying that back in 2004. I just wanted them sworn in, and him to die very shortly thereafter.
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    Fa Cube Itches growls and barks:

    Someone please explain to me the difference between the Sinaloa cartel and the Democrat or Republican parties?

    Anyone? Bueller? Anyone?

    Well, two obvious ones: (1) the Sinaloa cartel makes a profit; and (2) narcotrafficking issues aside, it doesn’t care what people do.

  40. 40
    LC Scott growls and barks:

    Misha,
    Took ya long enough,
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    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    There’s not one shit bit of difference between the parties. The only difference is that GOP will cry and apologize before putting the bullet in the back you head. The NDSWP couldn’t give shit, they’ll just giggle with orgasmic glee…but they won’t get that far. Boner and McConjob are not different than Reid or Puglosi. All they’re interested in is keeping their snots at the trough so they can send goodies home and get reelected, again and again and again. Multiply that by 50 and you understand how we’re pretty much screwed as a country. That’s why we have to have a reset because the current situation is unsustainable. We take in 2.3 trillion (give or take) and spend 3.6 trillion. A fucking three year old could tell you that’s insane. This county has become a sick example of the Joneses. We’re living it up in public with a facade of “everything’s great, let’s party” while behind the curtain we’re scrambling to keep solvent while at the same time trying like hell not let the neighbors know we’re well and truly fucked. It can’t continue. Even if Romney had been elected the only difference would have been the glide slope. The only thing we can do now is to destroy the village in order to save it. We’re well past fixing anything.

    There will be blood

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    MacBeth51 growls and barks:

    Tallulah @ #:
    Since the RNC effectively controls who runs as a repug candidate, how do we do that? I consider some of those wrapping themselves in the Tea Party flag to be questionable, at the very least. The others face extreme opposition to their reelection from the Republican Party itself, under the present leadership. No effective revivification of the Republican can happen with out a change at the top

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    MacBeth51 growls and barks:

    LC Gladiator @ #:
    Couple of things to point out.
    1) The reduction is NOT a reduction in current spending. It is a reduction in the planned increase in spending.
    2) According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there aren’t 170,000,000 jobs in the US, there are only 140,000,000
    Okay, three things
    3) When maxine Waters walks into a room full of people, the average IQ of the group drops by a minimum of 20 IQ points

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    MacBeth51 growls and barks:

    LC Spare Parts @ #:
    Met him once, at Will Rodgers Airport in Oklahoma City. Really nice guy.


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