Archive for June, 2012

And you thought I forgot.
Having back issues, so sitting in this chair is not good.
Meds are excellent.

Enjoy!

I don’t care what you say, but girl above is fookin’ hot!

 

Something went right!

The House of Representatives voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress. The vote was 255 ayes, 67 nays, and 1 present vote.

Seventeen Democrats joined with 238 Republicans to vote for the contempt charges against Holder, while over 100 Democrats did not vote, most of them ceremoniously walking out of the House chamber in protest.

What a shame. That wasn’t what I expected. It’s not the end of things, this puts it back into the people’s hands. Now you vote the son’s of  bitches out of office that voted for that shit.

Get rid of it.

Here’s CATO’s take on it.

Supreme Court Unlawfully Rewrites Obamacare to Save It; Four Votes (Led by Kennedy) to Strike It

Posted by Ilya Shapiro

Today’s baby-splitting decision rewrites the Affordable Care Act in order to save it. It’s certainly gratifying that a majority rejected the government’s dangerous assertion of power to require people to engage in economic activity in order to then regulate that activity. That vindicates everything that we who have been leading the constitutional challenge have been saying: The government cannot regulate inactivity.  It cannot, as Chief Justice Roberts put it, regulate mere existence.

Justifying the individual mandate under the taxing power, however, in no way rehabilitates the government’s constitutional excesses.  As Justice Kennedy said in summarizing his four-justice dissent from the bench, “Structure means liberty.” If Congress can slip the Constitution’s structural limits simply by “taxing” anything it doesn’t like, its power is no more limited than would it be had it done so under the Commerce Clause.  While imposing new taxes may be politically unpopular and therefore harder to do than creating new regulations, that political check does not obviate constitutional ones—and in any event, Congress avoided even that political gauntlet here by explicitly structuring the individual mandate as a commercial regulation.

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It’s booty Thursday.

I need to see a like, or three, or something. I don’t know If I’m wasting my time with this, or not.

 

Here’s some more racist shit for you to take in.

Caught this over at Boudica BPI Weblog

The Congressional Black Racists Caucus are going to walk out on AG Holder’s contempt of Congress vote today.
Typical asshattery from the vile racists over at the CBR CBC.

New flash to the CBR CBC, just because you’re black and someone calls you out on your lies and obfuscation, doesn’t mean it’s racist. Morons.

Black Lawmakers Plot ‘Walkout Strategy’ During Holder Contempt Vote
By Shane Goldmacher

The Congressional Black Caucus has called a members-only “emergency” meeting on Thursday to plot a “walkout strategy” ahead of the scheduled contempt vote of Attorney General Eric Holder later in the day.

The plans, detailed in an email from the executive director of the Congressional Black Caucus obtained by the Alley, include circulating a letter disapproving of the vote and having lawmakers walk out of the Capitol to hold a press conference during the roll call.
The letter, a draft of which is being circulated for signatures, accuses the GOP leadership of “rushing recklessly to a contempt vote.” The letter is being circulated among the Black, Hispanic, Asian and Progressive caucuses, among other.

“We cannot and will not participate in a vote to hold the Attorney General in contempt,” says the letter, in which the signers urge that “all members of Congress to stand with us during a press conference on the Capitol Building steps during this appalling series of votes to discuss our nation’s most significant priority–creating jobs.”

The House is expected to vote on Thursday hold Holder in contempt of Congress for refusing to release certain documents related to the failed “Fast and Furious” gun-running program.

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Half way through it!

Here’s your hump day hottie Yoko Matsugane: