Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Second Government Crisis Solved - In ONE Day!

The Federal City which resides in a federal district now has the vote.

DC Will Deliver Faithful Liberal Vote! (from the Keeler Report)
The DC Voting Bill did pass the Senate today with 62 votes. My vote count was just about right....except Utah's Robert Bennett switched to no and Alaska's Lisa Murkowski and Mississippi's Thad Cochran switched to yes. Why? I don't know. The yes folks also had George Voinovich on their side. That is very, very disappointing, Senator Voinovich.

They are knocking down one crisis after another of their own making. Good job on that whole hopey-changy thingy.

Government Crisis Solved!!

Nana Pelosi, always out to tell other people what they can and can't do, has solved our government crisis. No, not the government induced economic crisis currently being made worse by their Stimulus Plan. No, not the current crisis concerning our lack of resolve as madmen develop nuclear weapons in Asia and the Middle East. No, not the crisis of over regulation and taxation.

This one is really, really, really really, really important.

U.S. House of Representatives Passes Captive Primate Safety Act

Banks are relieved. Consumers are flocking back into the stores. Markets are trembling at the rapidity with which Pelosi, Obama, Reid have solved this national crisis. Last, but not least, Abedinejad and Korea's Mini Me are sighing themselves to sleep with relief because they finally see that the US finally has leaders who care.

As for Vitter helping Boxer push this waste of time in the Senate, I can only say, "Madam, I don't know."

Sprint & Customer Service, "Just Say No"

I have Sprint phone(s). In fact I have a number of them for my family and my extended family. Whenever I call Sprint with a problem or a change I am told, "no", we can't do that. Invariably I am informed that it is a "privacy issue" which is protecting me from myself.

Is Sprint a part of the Federal Government? They both want to protect me from myself and from unknown, but potentially dangerous situations that only they see.

Bureaucracy and lawyers. What an absolutely horrendous mix.