Day 7, and Der FUBAR’s Spite House Ups the Ante

After having spent G-d knows how much money on using German Shepherds (lovely connotations, by the way) to scare vets away from their own memorials, the vets weren’t any more impressed by Obama’s German Shepherds than they were by Hitler’s, by the way, putting up barricades everywhere, trying to shut down the oceans lest people go fishing and only Zeus knows what else, Obama’s Spite House decided to shut down Amber Alert.

To stick it to you ungrateful peasants, you know. How can you continue to be so insufferably rude to your Dumbo-eared benefactor? Now you have to suffer!

At least you can’t blame Der FUBAR for being inconsistent. After all, if you’re willing to refuse to fund cancer treatment for kids to put the peasants in their place, just how bad is shutting down a program helping to find lost ones?

But don’t worry. Moochelle Antoinette’s “eat less, you bastards” program “Let’s Move” is still fully funded, as is Der Führer’s favorite golf course at Andrews AFB.

Priorities, don’t you know?

And we repeat, and shall continue to do so since it’s rather important in this unrelenting “It’s the Republicans’ Fault” propaganda hurricane from the Obama Stenography Pool (formerly “the media”): Every single one of these programs being shut down out of spite by Mr. Stompy Foot have already been funded by the REPUBLICAN House, but can’t make it through Harry “Let Cancer Kids Die” Reid’s Senate.

Every. Single. One.

Keep that in mind the next time you hear Obama’s Propaganda Ministry CNNMSNBCABCCBSMSNBC parroting the “if the Republicans would only grant a full vote in the House for the ‘clean’ Obama Gets All He Wants CR, it would pass” line.

Perhaps. We doubt it. But if that ‘clean’ CR not being given a vote is so blatantly “unfair”, then please explain to us, media cockfluffers of the Obama regime, why denying the REPUBLICAN House’s bills a vote in the Senate to fund cancer treatments, veterans’ pay and benefits, the National Guard, national memorials etc. etc. etc. is NOT unfair.

Please do. We’ve got as long as you need, you Nazi Propaganda Fucks.

Thatisall.

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  1. 1
    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    The rebellion is spreading against the Obama Tyranny.
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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    angrywebmaster says:

    The rebellion is spreading against the Obama Tyranny.

    Marvelous!

    I’ve already found that traffic cones are no match for push bars. But they sure do fly pretty!

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    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    Mark Steyn has penned a new anthem for the National Park Service that I just have to share (sung to the tune of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land is Your Land”):

    This land is our land, it sure ain’t your land
    From downtown DC to the Lake Mead shoreland
    From the Arctic Refuge to the Gulf Stream waters
    This land is closed to you and yours

    So don’t go cruisin’ that endless Skyline
    And quit your fishin’, put down that fly line
    Don’t pay respects to your country’s war heroes
    Their land is closed to you and yours

    Don’t even look at that view of Rushmore
    Don’t volunteer now, you need to hush more
    Don’t even think of parking near George Washington’s
    This land is closed to you and yours

    This land is our land, it sure ain’t your land
    From Cuyahoga to the old Claude Moore land
    From the Blue Ridge Mountains to the yellow police tape
    Red lines are made for you, not Assad.

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    While our president still enjoys his essential employees and locations: the White House chefs, Camp David, and a military golf course, there doesn’t seem to be any question that in mercenary pursuit of a political win, this White House is determined to unreasonably punish as many everyday people as possible. And this includes children sick with cancer.

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    Library Czar growls and barks:

    Marvelous!

    I’ve already found that traffic cones are no match for push bars. But they sure do fly pretty!

    Careful there folks I used to know construction guys who would fill a few with concrete and leave them in the mix.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Library Czar @ #:

    I used to know construction guys who would fill a few with concrete and leave them in the mix

    Shhhhhhh! Don’t give the Nazi’s National Park Service any ideas!!
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    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    More stories continue to emerge on the fascist-in-chief’s handling of the government budget crisis. Here is one you do not want to miss – tourists held under armed guard in Yellowstone.

    It is no longer necessary to predict the future that we all hope never arrives. It is here. Now. Time to mobilize.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    I expect that if this goes on for another week or two, considering the thuggish behavior of the Park “police” there will be shots fired. Depending on the circumstances, it could blow up completely.
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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    ‘Gestapo’ tactics meet senior citizens at Yellowstone

    John Macone Newburyport Daily News

    NEWBURYPORT — Pat Vaillancourt went on a trip last week that was intended to showcase some of America’s greatest treasures.

    Instead, the Salisbury resident said she and others on her tour bus witnessed an ugly spectacle that made her embarrassed, angry and heartbroken for her country.

    Vaillancourt was one of thousands of people who found themselves in a national park as the federal government shutdown went into effect on Oct. 1. For many hours her tour group, which included senior citizen visitors from Japan, Australia, Canada and the United States, were locked in a Yellowstone National Park hotel under armed guard.

    The tourists were treated harshly by armed park employees, she said, so much so that some of the foreign tourists with limited English skills thought they were under arrest.

    When finally allowed to leave, the bus was not allowed to halt at all along the 2.5-hour trip out of the park, not even to stop at private bathrooms that were open along the route.

    “We’ve become a country of fear, guns and control,” said Vaillancourt, who grew up in Lawrence. “It was like they brought out the armed forces. Nobody was saying, ‘we’re sorry,’ it was all like — ” as she clenched her fist and banged it against her forearm.

    Vaillancourt took part in a nine-day tour of western parks and sites along with about four dozen senior citizen tourists. One of the highlights of the tour was to be Yellowstone, where they arrived just as the shutdown went into effect.

    The bus stopped along a road when a large herd of bison passed nearby, and seniors filed out to take photos. Almost immediately, an armed ranger came by and ordered them to get back in, saying they couldn’t “recreate.” The tour guide, who had paid a $300 fee the day before to bring the group into the park, argued that the seniors weren’t “recreating,” just taking photos.

    “She responded and said, ‘Sir, you are recreating,’ and her tone became very aggressive,” Vaillancourt said.

    The seniors quickly filed back onboard and the bus went to the Old Faithful Inn, the park’s premier lodge located adjacent to the park’s most famous site, Old Faithful geyser. That was as close as they could get to the famous site — barricades were erected around Old Faithful, and the seniors were locked inside the hotel, where armed rangers stayed at the door.

    “They looked like Hulk Hogans, armed. They told us you can’t go outside,” she said. “Some of the Asians who were on the tour said, ‘Oh my God, are we under arrest?’ They felt like they were criminals.”

    By Oct. 3 the park, which sees an average of 4,500 visitors a day, was nearly empty. The remaining hotel visitors were required to leave.

    As the bus made its 2.5-hour journey out of Yellowstone, the tour guide made arrangements to stop at a full-service bathroom at an in-park dude ranch he had done business with in the past. Though the bus had its own small bathroom, Vaillancourt said seniors were looking for a more comfortable place to stop. But no stop was made — Vaillancourt said the dude ranch had been warned that its license to operate would be revoked if it allowed the bus to stop. So the bus continued on to Livingston, Mont., a gateway city to the park.

    The bus trip made headlines in Livingston, where the local newspaper Livingston Enterprise interviewed the tour guide, Gordon Hodgson, who accused the park service of “Gestapo tactics.”

    “The national parks belong to the people,” he told the Enterprise. “This isn’t right.”

    Calls to Yellowstone’s communications office were not returned, as most of the personnel have been furloughed.

    Many of the foreign visitors were shocked and dismayed by what had happened and how they were treated, Vaillancourt said.

    “A lot of people who were foreign said they wouldn’t come back (to America),” she said.

    The National Parks’ aggressive actions have spawned significant criticism in western states. Governors in park-rich states such as Arizona have been thwarted in their efforts to fund partial reopenings of parks. The Washington Times quoted an unnamed Park Service official who said park law enforcement personnel were instructed to “make life as difficult for people as we can. It’s disgusting.”

    The experience brought up many feelings in Vaillancourt. What struck her most was a widely circulated story about a group of World War II veterans who were on a trip to Washington, D.C., to see the World War II memorial when the shutdown began. The memorial was barricaded and guards were posted, but the vets pushed their way in.

    That reminded her of her father, a World War II veteran who spent three years in a Japanese prisoner of war camp.

    “My father took a lot of crap from the Japanese,” she recalled, her eyes welling with tears. “Every day they made him bow to the Japanese flag. But he stood up to them.

    “He always said to stand up for what you believe in, and don’t let them push you around,” she said, adding she was sad to see “fear, guns and control” turned on citizens in her own country.

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    “We’ve become a country of fear, guns and control,” said Vaillancourt …

    Guess how the guns–& the fear–are distributed.