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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

If you can't beat 'em you might as well join 'em.

House Speaker John Boehner said he is "nudging" former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to run for president and he wants to take up immigration reform legislation in small pieces, starting first with border security.

Boehner made the remarks at the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce during a question-and-answer session with the editor of Texas Tribune.

Boehner, when asked whether the House would take up immigration reform this year, said it would depend on whether he can "bring my members along," and he acknowledged that one group of GOP lawmakers has no interest in taking up the issue during an election year.

"There are some members of my party that just do not want to deal with this," Boehner said. "It’s no secret. But I do believe the vast majority of members of our party do want to deal with this, and they want to deal with this honestly, openly and fairly."
I took that picture about 6:45 AM the other day at my local Kroger. I drew the arrows because some people looking at that picture wouldn't otherwise understand that there was something very wrong there.

Question: What kind of person won't roll their shopping cart a few extra feet so that other people have a place to park?

Answer: people who don't care about anybody but themselves. The kind of people who let the government pay for what they carried out of Kroger in those shopping carts. They're the kind of people who leave their trash on the public park picnic tables. They're the kind of people who expect somebody else to clean up after them, to do their work for them. These people have no sense of responsibility. They have no character. They don't belong in civilized society, because for them civility is a one-way ticket. It's never given, only received.

In case you were wondering who these people are, they're the ones who voted for Barack Obama twice. They're the ones with too many kids and not enough job. They're the ones who took out a student loan, borrowed enough to pay for a house, and then majored in Woman's or African-American studies. They're the ones who went to Chick-Fil-A for the free water. F**k these scumbags! And F**k You Speaker John M.F. Boehner. How I despise them. How I wish they'd finally get what's coming to them. They're ticks sucking the last drops of blood from America's veins, and when it's all over they'll be the neon-blue-green flies laying their maggot eggs in her rotting corpse.

One hundred and fifty years ago we had a war over the question of slavery. The question was answered by the winners of that war and the 13th Amendment to the Constitution was their answer:
Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.[1]
Today, some working Americans will spend half-a-year or longer laboring in involuntary servitude, so that the rest of the year they'll be able to pay their mortgage, insurance, utilities, and put food on the table. Oh, but they say taxes are not involuntary servitude because if we wanted to, we could quit our jobs and join the other 47% of working age Americans happily living off of the fruits of all that involuntary servitude. What would these parasites do if we did? I'd pay for tickets and popcorn to see that show! That last straw is floating around in the air somewhere, and I'll tell you something: I'm one camel who's sick and tired of carrying the rest of the world around on my poor aching overloaded back.

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