Saturday, June 11, 2011

Demo Whiners: Weiner Is Sick And Needs To get Well

Yeah, bad judgment, really arrogantly bad judgment, is an illness that can be fixed with medicine and, no doubt, talking it out with a $300 per hour shrinko-expert? Weiner is not a pervert, you see, he's a sick person. He's not a power hungry moron who actually thought he was bullet proof, no; he has an illness that needs treatment. He is not a total punk jerk; he is actually just a person crying out for help with his inner-demons (now that he has been caught).

Really? This is the defense Team LibProg is offering?

If so, how about those LibProg sickos that question and then project wordy images about Sarah Palin's personal sex life ranging from supposedly titillating exposes about her or her husband's affairs or the birth of one of her children? Do those LibProgs need help? I think so and on many levels, but no "legitimate" "journalist", blogger, or other sad sap tool of the left will ever even approach this subject except to ridicule.

Weiner is a pervert. Not because he has an addiction, but because he is a pervert. As a pervert he is unfit for any public or private position of power or influence. He is unfit for any position that includes association with potential victims, which for Weiner means pretty much any other human being on the face of the planet.

He doesn't need to get well; he needs to be thrown out of the United States Congress. Now.

The left has unwired itself from what is really important and they are now simply protecting one of their royalty. Throw all of them out.

Top Demos Under Pressure Do Weiner Flip Flop

About time.

Calls mount for Weiner's resignation

He should've been sent packing a long time ago.

Bringing A Knife To A Gunfight

Dropping the beer summit ploy Obama is going to play golf with Boehner to hopefully iron out their differences. Obama doesn't know Boehner if he thinks a bit of schmoozing is going to change Boehner's beliefs. So the foursome is set.

Boehner is bring John Kasich, governor of Ohio, as his golf/chat partner. Who is Obama bringing?


What Obama thought he needed a caddy?

Furthermore, Obama should be trounced by Boehner in golf as well as politics, but to pit Biden against Kasich (in anything) is downright cruel. In a gunfight Biden would be the grinning fool standing there with a butter knife. In a debate putting Biden up on a stage with Kasich would be like forcing a pudgy pimply faced fool to do the chore. In madras shorts. A Three Stooges shirt. Picking his nose.

In fairness, for this gunfight Obama should be allowed a ringer for Biden. And himself. Both armed to the teeth. With full automatics. In an ambush. Just to make it fairer.

Ohio Used To Be A Great State

Battered by the likes of Celeste, Taft and Strickland the great state of Ohio has sunk to one of the most over taxed and less free states in the country. According to this site Ohio is #42 out of 50. Hopefully, Batchelder and Kasich can lead the way back to a great Ohio.


Ohio performs poorly in nearly every conceptual area. Spending and taxation are higher than average, with administration, education, and social-service spending especially high as a percentage of personal income. On the plus side, government debt is below average. Ohio, like three other states, does not allow private workers’ compensation insurers. However, unlike North Dakota and Wyoming, it does allow employer self-insurance for workers’-compensation. The state’s occupational-licensing regime and level of health-insurance coverage mandates are decent. Ohio has improved its eminent-domain regime, but further reform is warranted. Its liability system is only average. On the other hand, Ohio’s asset forfeiture laws are quite good, with the state more than a standard deviation better than average. It could improve even further, though, by shifting the burden of proof to the government. Gun-control laws are relatively poor, though not extreme as in the case of states like Illinois or California. In fact, Ohio allows open carry without permit. The state authorizes sobriety checkpoints but does not mandate motorcycle helmets. Marijuana laws are liberal overall, but cultivation and sale sentencing could be reformed. Most gambling is illegal. Homeschooling regulations are unreasonable, including teacher licensure and mandatory state approval of homeschool curricula. However, private-school regulations are lighter. Draconian smoking bans are in place and cigarette taxes are above average. Beer and wine taxes are reasonably good but the spirits tax is fairly high.

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