Friday, November 21, 2014

The Strategy: Shut Down Obozo

It really shouldn't take too much thinking on the part of (R) "leadership" to come up with a preamble to cutting off funding for Obozo.

It's already been written, and I quote, in part:

He has refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good;

He has obstructed the Administration of Justice;

He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harrass our people, and eat out their substance

For imposing Taxes on us without our Consent: For depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury

For taking away our Charters, abolishing our most valuable Laws, and altering fundamentally the Forms of our Governments......

Get the drift, Speaker Boehner?  Leader McConnell?


After all 300++ of you MC's and Senators read portions of The Declaration, announce that you will cut off funding.  No shilly-shallying, no ifs, ands, buts...just DO IT.

And--as Governor Jindal mentioned--when Obozo shuts down the Gummint by refusing to sign your budget, hold him to it.  Gather all the 300++ again, read the above again, and firmly state that you WILL NOT fund his follies.

Grow a pair.

1 comment:

Saint Revolution said...

Lois Lerner, they're coming to take you away, ha ha, hee hee, ho ho:

30,000 Missing eMails From IRS' Lerner Recovered .

" June Koskinen told Congress the emails were probably lost for good because the disaster recovery tape holds onto the data for only six months. He said even if the IRS had sought the emails within the six-month period, it would have been a complicated and difficult process to produce them from the tapes..."

No it wouldn't. No it isn't.

It's about the easiest thing in the world to take data off of an backup tape.

Knowing the IRS, and how the government uses our monies, the IRS probably paid for EMC backup hardware/software and got and are using Colorado tape backup systems with Lerner, Koskinen, and other corruptocrats pocketing the massive difference.

There is no such animal as an "disaster recovery tape". Disaster Recovery is an methodology (actually, methodologies) that, among other things, uses backup(s) methodologies for strategization, etc. Backups use "backup tapes".

There is no such thing as an "disaster recovery tape "holding onto"" anything. Tapes don't have arms nor minds. Backup tapes will magnetically contain data ad infinitum until, at such time, the NetWork/BackUp Engineer/Administrator decides to (or if to) recycle the backup tape (use it again, in rotation, by over-writing it) depending upon the backup methodology in place for the organization, such backup methodology varying from enterprise to enterprise (i.e., company to company, organization to organization, etc.).

This is the ignorant asshole RUNNING the IRS.

Yeah, pay your taxes...and then take whatever few greenbacks you have left in your wallet and flush them down the toilet...because that's what you're doing when you pay your taxes.

I am SO SICK of massively bloated government, federal, state, and local, infested with useless employe like these late-for-a-cell criminal fucks.