This a wakeup call for those of you who have ignored the DEA, FBI, and State Law Enforcement shift to required mandatory use of illegal drugs. The War on Drugs has been a miserable failure in the attempt to either, get everyone in the US addicted to controlled substances, or place the ones not addicted into penal institutions.
A whopping 25% of the population is neither addicted, nor in prison. Of that 25%, at least 3% are suspected to actually be policemen, prosecutors, judges, and prison guards. 1% are believed to be politicians and lawmakers, though though a few of these are known to have allergies and adverse health reactions to some addictive and hallucinatory drugs.
Finally the criminal justice system is going to clamp down on these shirkers and scofflaws who are making it difficult for everyone. Effective August 31, 2013, any person found within the boundaries of the United States not addicted to a controlled substance will be given a fair trial, then sentenced to be tortured to death with common suspected terrorists at Guantanamo.
This means YOU.
Posted in 2013, America, Police, War on Drugs
Tagged criminal justice, DEA, drug enforcement, FBI, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, other, philosophy, Police, politics, psychology, society, sociology, war on drugs
Time was when parents were reluctant to sell their children. They could barely get enough to pay a week rent for a healthy, hard working, intelligent kid.
However, luckily in this 21st Century all that has changed. You can get wars, weaponry, welfare, superhighways, government grants, retirement for government officials, 87 layers of cops, national health care and a lot more. All you have to do is sell your kids, worthless, illiterate and unlikely though they are.
Heck, I guess the kids are all already sold. It’s the grandkids and the rest of your progeny you’ll have to hock. But the folks who loan money to the US government are still anxious to buy them.
Especially the Chinese.
Posted in 2000's, 2013, America, Current Issues, Government, Human Behavior, Parents
Tagged culture, economy, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, national debt, philosophy, politics, Relationships, senior citizens, society, sociology
20th Century had its share, though.
The Yosarian syndrome. Bastards are trying to kill me! They’re trying to kill me every time I go up to drop bombs on them.
Support this current war because our soldiers got killed trying to invade them. Can’t let the troops down.
Posted in Government, Military, Politics
Tagged culture, Defense, Events, government, History, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, military, military industrial complex, patriotism, patriots, philosophy, psychology, sociology, support our troops, us airforce, US Army, us marine corps, us navy
The neighbor up the hill tells me the US Congress is in a state of chaos. Says they want to impeach the mirror-image of themselves currently occupying the White House. Says the IRS is corrupt, which no doubt it is, and no doubt comes as no surprise to anyone with the intelligence of a duckbill platypus.
Says one of the part-time paramours of former US President Bill Clinton, his wife, I think, is dancing a jig to keep from having to testify to some Congressional committee where she’d have to lie more to keep from going to jail.
Says some other high official or other took the 5th to keep from having to go to jail. Says the US Attorney General is charged with contempt of C0ngress.
Well, what the hell? What is there in any of this to raise any eyebrows? And what’s the thing with having a contempt for Congress being a crime? How could a person with any sense NOT have contempt for Congress?
Posted in Government, Politics
Tagged culture, economy, Human Behavior, humor, Life, other, philosophy, politics, society, sociology, thoughts
If you are like me you probably sometimes wonder how we got where we are today. All of us so petty, venal, unimaginative, lazy, shallow, wasteful, ethnocentric, egocentric, polarized, gullible, compromised. How did we get here, I asks myself and the cats.
Who was responsible? Was it Chopstickson?
No, I sagely answers myself. It wasn’t. Chopstickson was just one of our elected leaders. The reason he was elected was that he was a mirror-image of the majority of US citizens. He was what we were and we were him. And Chopstickson was a lowlife scum.
Same as LBJ when he went for re-election when his term ended after having JFK shot. Same as JFK and his brothers were. Ad infinitum with all of them except Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, since then.
The reason elected chief executives and other elected politicians are scum is that the electorate elects itself into office to run this country, and the electorate is all the things we’ve come to be. All we have ever been.
As with all peasants, serfs, slaves, we love aristocrats and elect them, their families, their progeny to office to do what we’d like to do if we were aristocrats. Namely get richer. With representative democracy the main difference is we elect the ones most like ourselves.
Posted in Government, History, Politics
Tagged culture, democracy, economy, Events, History, Human Behavior, musings, patriotism, patriots, philosophy, politics, psychology, Reflections, representative democracy, society, sociology
When I posted somewhere a while back that [paraphrasing myself] “This president is just a Multi-National Bank CEO with a full body tattoo and heavy investments in the weaponry and chemical/pharmaceutical industries,” I didn’t intend to imply the full bod tattoo thing was a recipe for success for other, future politicians.
I wasn’t spamming for the suntan machine industry, as some of you apparently thought I was doing. I was just offering up my own unique view of the politics in this great land and the opinion that some things work better than other things when it comes to politics. Having a few million invested in the right industries or being willing to sell your soul to have those investments is a sure road to success.
If a person with a heavy suntan or full body tattoo wasn’t willing to sell his soul I doubt the pigment would help him much.
I hope that clears things up.