Friday, 25 January 2013

It seems so simple

     Truly, it is such a simple matter.   When you guys go down to Gramercy's there between Park and 5th...after a long day's work defending the poor and fighting racism on behalf of the White House...would it not occur to just one of you?

     If the crackers and gun totin' white trash from those no-account places like Shiner, Texas are so stupid and backwards and wrong about absolutely everything...why not really just edge on over to one story...just one story...and see if perhaps...just press people...all of your friends in  government "service".... slugs, barnacles and parasites, heck, even Holder and Sibalius and Hillary and Barak and Vice-President Uncle Joe Biden...and everyone from GS - 15 on up in the "public service" of the civilian sector of the central government, might all be chronic pathological liars.

     You went out of your way to call George Bush a liar...when in fact, you knew he really was not a liar.   He and most of the intelligence services in the world were slightly out-of-focus, but not you know;  but as you cannot admit, because it would expose you as liars by omission and commission.  And goodness knows that liberals and American marxists do not lie...and whatever little deviations from truth they simply have to employ is for the greater good of all...the children...the minorities...the women....the halt...the lame....Mother Earth, and ALL of God's children (although we know there is no such thing as a god or angels, no devils etc. and a merry solstice to you all, etc. etc.)

    What possible service are you people in the press providing when such an obvious whopper by such an obvious, deranged whopperprodushenschlemiel as Joe Biden can produce one after another, with nary a comment or even a raised eyebrow?  Is it that you have selective loss of the five senses?   Is it that you are afraid of having to confess that your side of the intellectual social discussion has produced great social concepts like multigenerational public assistance professionals?   Are you proud that we have a popular culture that, were it a physical thing, would look like a broken down sewage treatment plant in downtown Detroit, placed there as an public sculpture with the title, "Hope and Change, Now!'' .
     Its a lot like "Turandot" or a gallery showing Renoir or a four day weekend at Branson or Nashville, no?   Well, at least it's similar...No?


      Uncle Joe Biden is the Vice President of the United States.  He is the president of the United States Senate.  It is a position sometimes scoffed at by politicians but that affords a great deal of exposure and opportunity for service.   Biden has managed to denigrate the position and serve as an accomplice to all nature of deviousness and dis-service to the Republic.

     We would like to point out just one case.   It is a good case because it is exemplary of many other cases, not only during Biden's Vice-Presidency, but also from the beginning of his public life.   He is still famous at the History Saloon among the fellows who have "designated barstools" or "standing privileges" at that place.    He is famous for making many boners and ridiculous statements.  But the last one....with which we have any familiarity, is the AMISH SHOOTINGs THAT JOE HEARD.   Were it to have been George Bush, or any one of us, the press would have been demanding documents, transcripts, statements, and two vials of our great-great grandmother's blood.    In Bush's case they would have been demanding his immediate stepping down from office as an un-fit incumbent ...."because of the seriousness of the charges".   Impeachment and Conviction would have been too good for him.


By Dave Boyer
The Washington Times
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Mr. Biden told a U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting in Washington that it was “pure coincidence” that he was in Lancaster County, Pa., on Oct. 2, 2006, when a deranged gunman was killing students nearby at a tiny Amish school.
“I happened to be literally — probably, it turned out, to be a quarter of a mile [away] at an outing when I heard gunshots in the woods,” Mr. Biden recounted. “We didn’t know. … We thought they were hunters.”
The vice president, who owns two shotguns, apparently was on a golfing trip, although he didn’t specify the reason he was there.
“As I got back to the clubhouse of this outing and saw helicopters, it was a shooting that had just taken place in a small Amish … school just outside of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. So it’s not just big cities or well-to-do suburbs. It can happen anywhere.”
He was referring to an incident in which a truck driver, Charles Roberts IV, entered the West Nickel Mines School and shot 10 girls, five of whom died. The gunman committed suicide as police closed in.
An online search didn’t produce any earlier instances of Mr. Biden telling the story about having been within earshot of the school massacre.   The nearest golf course is eight miles away.


His spokeswoman, Kendra Barkoff, would say Thursday only that the "vice president was golfing in the area on the day of the shooting." She did not respond to inquires about which course.

"It was pure coincidence. I (Biden) happened to be literally, probably it turned out to be a quarter of a mile, back in 2006, at an outing when I heard gunshots in the woods that we didn't know where — we thought there were hunters," Biden said, according to a transcript of the Jan. 17 speech.
"As I got back to the clubhouse in this outing and saw helicopters, it was a shooting that had just taken place in a small, Amish school just outside of Lancaster. So it's not just big cities or well-to-do suburbs. It could happen anywhere."

Farms and fields are common around the rural school.
The tragedy that shook the very core of the Lancaster County community more than six years ago occurred on a warm Monday morning. A local man with a young family of his own walked into the Nickel Mines one-room schoolhouse, let the little boys and adults free, and opened fire on 10 little girls, killing five and wounding the others.
The small school, now razed, sat in an open field on a quiet street with Amish farms and modest non-Amish homes sharing the neighborhood.
Biden, then a U.S. senator in neighboring Delaware, did not have votes on Capitol Hill that day, according to a review of congressional votes.
In an article about school violence that ran in Biden's hometown newspaper, The News Journal, two days after the Amish school shooting, he discussed the need for more school security. The reporter who wrote the story, reached Thursday, said Biden never mentioned his being in the vicinity of the massacre.

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We defer further comment.   A person feels dirty, after studying these people all day.
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