Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Screw The People Of Afghanistan

H.Con.Res.248 - Directing the President, pursuant to section 5(c) of the War Powers Resolution, to remove the United States Armed Forces from Afghanistan.

1 (1) by no later than the end of the period of 30
2 days beginning on the day on which this concurrent
3 resolution is adopted; or
4 (2) if the President determines that it is not
5 safe to remove the United States Armed Forces be

6 fore the end of that period, by no later than Decem
7 ber 31, 2010, or such earlier date as the President
8 determines that the Armed Forces can safely be re9


Dennis Kucinich

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Rep. Tammy Baldwin [D, WI-2]
Rep. Michael Capuano [D, MA-8]
Rep. Yvette Clarke [D, NY-11]
Rep. John Conyers [D, MI-14]
Rep. Danny Davis [D, IL-7]
Rep. Sam Farr [D, CA-17]
Rep. Bob Filner [D, CA-51]
Rep. Alan Grayson [D, FL-8]
Rep. Raul Grijalva [D, AZ-7]
Rep. Timothy Johnson [R, IL-15]
Rep. Walter Jones [R, NC-3]
Rep. Barbara Lee [D, CA-9]
Rep. Eric Massa [D, NY-29]
Rep. Michael Michaud [D, ME-2]
Rep. Ronald Paul [R, TX-14]
Rep. Chellie Pingree [D, ME-1]
Rep. José Serrano [D, NY-16]
Rep. Fortney Stark [D, CA-13]
Rep. Lynn Woolsey [D, CA-6]

Demos (And Our Boy Lindsey) Twist Immigration For More Government

Sen. Schumer’s Immigration Reform Is a National ID
So reports the Wall Street Journal:

Lawmakers working to craft a new comprehensive immigration bill have settled on a way to prevent employers from hiring illegal immigrants: a national biometric identification card all American workers would eventually be required to obtain.

It’s the natural evolution of the policy called “internal enforcement” of immigration law, as I wrote in my paper, “Franz Kafka’s Solution to Illegal Immigration.”

Once in place, watch for this national ID to regulate access to financial services, housing, medical care and prescriptions—and, of course, serve as an internal passport.
A national ID. How special. How Washington. How totalitarian. How out of touch. With the people.

Fackler's Forest, Granville, Ohio

Governor To Establish Ohio Council On Dimons And Earls

In his never ending attempt to harness more votes, Governor Strickland will soon announce the new Council on Dimon and Earls which is another attempt to sway voters through excessive petting.

Strickland will state, "I'm not sure how many Dimons there might be, but in my neck of the woods there are Earls out the butt and they, as a group, need representation beyond what they have received in the past. As a patriarchal dynasty they have entered to positions of familial power hence forth unseen. This council will play a vital role in helping engage individuals, organizations, and communities across the state to further strengthen the role of Dimons (and Earls) in our society.”

No doubt, there will be a council on simians and curs in the near future. One should never leave the relatives out.

Lindsey, Lindsey. Y'all Just Don't Get It.

Obama and the Demos are trying to alter the very basic ideas of the United States and you want to form a gang to help these thugs do as they wish?

Democrats: No thanks to new 'Gang of 14'
Graham said Tuesday that a coalition of Republican and Democratic senators could rescue the Senate from an institutional disaster brought on by the use of the parliamentary maneuver known as reconciliation to finish the health care bill.
Sen. Graham, the way to a senatorial compromise is through constitutional means and the free market, not through means to first "rescue" your precious Senate in place of rescuing our means of governance.

UPDATE: An emailer suggested a South Carolina resolution, but I disagree.