“Judicial Process”

Does Wyoming have a recall process for congresscritters? Because Liz Cheney really needs to be gone.

“There was a judi­cial process in place. If you attack the judi­cial process and you attack the rule of law, you aren’t defend­ing the Con­sti­tu­tion. You’re at war with the Con­sti­tu­tion,”

Let me tell you about the “judicial process” in Georgia.

  1. Secretary of Scum Raffensperger signs a consent decree agreeing to violate state law.
  2. People sue before election demanding law be followed. Courts dismiss cases for lack of standing standing because the election hasn’t happened yet, so no one has been hurt yet.
  3. People sue after election. Courts (the same courts) dismiss cases for lack of standing because lawful voters have no right to demand the law be followed.

I might add that the “judicial process” for the 2018 elections allowed people to vote outside of their county of residence, allowed people not registered to vote to cast ballots, and required that absentee ballots from people who didn’t know how to spell the voter’s name or know the voter’s date of birth be accepted.

Then there’s the legislative process. The aforementioned consent decree changed rules for absentee ballot signatures because signature verification is racist or something. So the legislature dropped the signature requirement completely. And now that is racist.

SOS allowed the use of ballot drop boxes in violation of the law. So the legislature changed the law to allow drop boxes. And now that is racist, too.

The legislature also expanded early in-person voting. Turns out that’s also racist because — per Bye-Biden, and everyone ill-informed idiot emulating him — it decreased early in-person voting.

Which brings us back to the judicial process, because lawsuits are already in the works. I sorta hope they succeed…

…and kill drop boxes, bring back sig verification, and decrease early voting.

Holy fucking shit; the world is stupid.

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

A billion here, a billion there

Pretty soon you’re talking real employment numbers.

Regarding the BS “infrastructure” jobs estimate, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says:

“In fact, at least according to that analysis, 2.7 billion additional jobs if we pass this package, just further proof that it’s good for the economy and taken as a whole it’s going to add jobs compared to doing nothing.”

I figure that’s just a slip of the tongue and he meant “million,” but when you’re making excuses for having been caught out already for inflating the jobs estimate by 600%, that’s a good time to take your time and choose your words carefully.

Or maybe he’s talking about all the slave labor that’ll be needed in China and around the world to produce the raw materials to produce the wind gennies and solar panels.

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

Let’s hope they budgeted for body bags

You probably heard about this.

To combat spike in gun violence, Portland sends out unarmed park rangers
City council members in the liberal bastion of Portland, Oregon, decided this week to address a recent surge in gun violence not by increasing the city’s police presence — but by doubling the number of unarmed park rangers on patrol.

I wanna be an unarmed ranger,
Live the life of guts and danger.

That’ll turn out well.

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

Ah, wandering conversations

Someone wondered who the US would send to Prince Philip’s funeral. She thought the Secretary of State, given that he wasn’t actually reigning, just a Consort.

Thinking how screwed up the Bye-Biden Harris admin is, I figure they’d likely send an Air Force officer in a bunny suit. Yeah, him. Which led to this.

Which somehow transitioned to marching cadences, which reminded me of one from USAF Basic.

If you want a date tonight
Call upon our sister flight
They’ll fall out it PT shirts
Combat boots and miniskirts

I sort of figure that one’s… discouraged by by today’s Air Farce.

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

Another Contributing Factor In The Collapse

I wrote a letter to the future to explain how America died, and to apologize. But, watching this video of “crazed crewcut lady”, I realized I failed to address another factor.

We used to have mental hospitals, sanitariums, asylums, for the seriously, and long-term, mentally ill. We locked dangerous people away. But too damned many of those facilities were terrible. Outright abuse of patients, well-intended treatments that were abusive, neglect… you name it, they did it. There was a backlash against them. We still have some comparatively small, specialized in-patient treatment centers, but for the most part, we started “mainstreaming” the mentally ill, the out-right crazed. Give enough drugs to keep them from completely flipping out, and hope they’ll keep filling the prescription and taking the meds.

Then — and first time I heard this, I assumed it was a joke — doctors started telling their mainstreamed “hearing voices” schizophrenics to wear Bluetooth headsets to blend in. That way, when they argued with the voices in their heads, onlookers would assume they were on a phone call. They blended in. (I always thought it would be amusing to hack some headsets and feed them real voices and imaginative ideas. Then again, that might account for most of the FBI terrorism stings with schizos.)

We didn’t just mainstream crazy people, society mainstreamed insanity. A generation grew up watching crazy people acting out around them without knowing they were crazy. It became acceptable to act that way. And as more people picked it up, it set the example for even more.

That’s why we have people like “crewcut lady” who think sharing their psychotic breaks in videos to the world is a good idea. If they left it at that, fine. But they didn’t.

Our new batch of lunatics applied their crazy and illogic to everything in life. That’s how idjits like David Hogglet can demand that oh-so-mature sixteen year-olds be able to vote on life or death issues, but eighteen year-olds are to immature to be trusted with a firearm.

That’s how we got Alexandria Occasionally-firing-Cortex’ grand plan to save the planet by strip mining it, and filling the holes with the toxic waste left over from manufacturing all those wind gennies and solar panels. Or her plan to simply print monopoly money to pay for it all, then tax every bit of it back to “prevent inflation.” (Hint: Paying for something, then taking the money back without returning the thing is theft. Paying people to work, then stealing the pay back though taxes is slavery.)

That’s how we got a generation of socialist-indoctrinated schoolkids, who see so much crazy on the street that the crazy in classroom doesn’t faze them a bit.

So yeah; when I wrote about how everyone got too dumbed down to keep up the infrastructure? Remember that they are not just dumb, they’re crazy. Enjoy operating appliances — “water-saving” clothes washer and dishwashers that take hours to not clean and use more energy, “water-saving” toilets that require multiple flushes to actually flush — designed by the criminally insane.

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

[Update] Gun Owners Need A Change of Heart?

Update below. A response from Richard Kyte.
Some guy I’d never heard of before, one Richard Kyte, tells us “why gun owners need a change of heart.”

What ensued was The Great Gun Debate. There were no winners and losers in that debate. (Marriages that tally wins and losses do not last long). Instead, we came to an understanding.

Our kids could have guns, but with conditions. The most important one was that guns — even toy guns — were never to be treated as toys. My responsibility was to establish the household rules and see that they were enforced. I would designate a safe place to store the guns and make sure our kids received safety training at the appropriate ages. If they violated any of the rules, their guns would be taken away. The rules applied to me, too.

Why can’t the same approach be used in our national gun debate?

Because we aren’t children.

Why can’t those who own guns and know the most about them take responsibility for ensuring they’re used safely and without malicious intent?

There are at least 120 MILLION gun owners in America. Since we don’t hear about 120 million negligent discharges, firearm-related homicides and assaults, it is blatantly obvious that the vast majority of us already use firearms safely and responsibly.

That Kyte assumes we can only be responsible at lawpoint, suggests that he has a little safety and responsibility issue of his own, and is projecting his flaws…

Onto the 120 million people whose firearms were not used to kill or injure anyone today.

I stopped reading his column at that point. Clearly, this guy is just another Fudd with no understanding of the firearm-related crime problem.

Grow up, Dick.

Update: Kyte tells me I just don’t understand analogy.

Really? Interesting to see someone work so hard to try to misunderstand others just so they can disagree with them.

You do understand how analogy works don’t you? Hint: it’s using comparison among things that are not alike to illustrate a point. The key there is NOT alike.

Analogy
a comparison of two otherwise unlike things based on resemblance of a particular aspect

A common analogy in electronics/electricity is that EMF/voltage is analogous to water pressure, in that each is the potential that drives flow; electron flow being similar to water flow. Saying that EMF is similar to bumblebees would be stupid.

Kyte considers honest gun owners analogous to young children who have not yet learned responsibility (“Why can’t those who own guns and know the most about them take responsibility“). What child-like aspect does he think feelz gun owners share with children beyond that?

 

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

Sometimes Florida Man wears a uniform

Florida’s resident superhero is at it again.

Off-duty Florida deputy tosses stun grenade at Christmas party to ‘announce his arrival’
For reasons known only to himself, Manatee County (Florida) Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sgt. John Finley took a flash-bang grenade from his department’s SWAT armory, pulled the pin and then tossed it outside of a coworker’s home during a Dec. 12 Christmas party to “announce his arrival,” according to local media reports.

Somehow, I suspect that if I tossed a flashbang at someone’s house, I’d be facing destructive device charges.

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

The Zelman Partisans have some suggested comments for the Biden gun control push

At least two of Biden’s victim disarmament proposals will require formal rule-making, to include taking public comments. The Zelman Partisans want you to get ahead of the game by preparing comments now, and they have some suggestions based on previous ATF attempts at manipulating laws.

Commenting On Biden’s Proposed Rules

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.

Full O’Sh*t Fauci

Doom! Panic! Be fearful? OBEY!!

Fauci says new Covid-19 cases are at a disturbing level as the US is primed for a surge
The number of new Covid-19 cases has plateaued at a “disturbingly high level,” and the US is at risk from a new surge, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned on Wednesday.

Yeah? Tell me where those cases are. It isn’t in Georgia, where we’ve dropped, for the past three months, to the lowest level in TEN MONTHS.

Fuck off, Fauci.

If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in my tip jar. I could really use the money, what with ISP bills, rabbit feed, and general life expenses.Click here to donate via PayPal.