Sunday, October 29, 2006
*It takes less than a minute for a new hacker to do a Diebold.
*With the move from graphite to gigabyte - no lead is left behind.
*Who counts? Who's counting?
*Florida recently outlawed manual re-count of ballots.
*If you have extra Cia*lis, please hold on to it for upcoming dysfunctions.
Wednesday, October 25, 2006
I was very young and asked my dad what he was spreading on the grass.
He said, 'Elephant repellent.'
'Hey, Dad, there aren't any elephants here.'
'It's working, ' he responded.
Yesterday when I heard the spin on Faux News as I shuffled past to see what weirdness they were spouting, a big-toothed blonde said, 'If Dems are elected, we'll be attacked.'
Who was on the throne when the USA was attacked last time?
What's working? With open borders, angst fusterclucked loose in the world and growing hatred of people who invade and build a 582 million buck embassy in the middle of an ancient city...
I hope elephant repellent begins to work.
Tusks of Spin, Fractal
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Thank you, O intelligent leaders.
Our safety is assured.
Online poker is outlawed but, due to government monetizing, state lotteries, brick and mortar casinos, horse racing and fantasy sports remain unscathed at this moment.
Blind-trust Frist, celeb of video doctoring and leader of the ProFamily Movement, poked this pork verbiage (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act) into the port safety bill (Safe Accountability for Every Port Act of 2006) which passed during this twilight of our days.
It was signed into law just before Congress and Prez departed to campaign with slick slogans like fighting 'em there.
Something about this right feels so very wrong. Why do I believe THEY are already HERE?
Stripped, Photo by Sue
Friday, October 13, 2006
Before building a fence, look at the laws. Trim out the excess, insert teeth and use them.
It's a fuzzy thought that illegal aliens are hard-working wonderful people coming here to help US citizens avoid doing work and to make a better life for themselves when, in truth, many of them come with drugs, sexual offense and criminal records, an embryo for citizenship or a desire to do damage. It is not all what it seems.
I liken the upcoming fence to the bars on residential windows and gated communities. Will it keep criminals out or in?
Writing a bazillion laws is unmitigated growth. Please stop. Think before writing laws that confuse black and white issues and create lifetime careers for criminals, lawyers and politicians while annihilating freedoms for regular joes who foot the bill for this frentic lunacy.
It's time to look at current laws, edit them to a workable solution and stop penning more pap until this issue is handled.
Digital Photo by Sue