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The next great leap forward in social engineering from the Albionese, a new tax scheme under which instead of you getting paid by your employer, your employer send your check to the British Equivalent of the IRS, they take out what they think you ought to pay, and then give you what’s left. Call it, ‘The Government Eats First.’
It’s just the next logical step after withholding, isn’t it? And what could possibly go wrong with letting bureaucrats have your paycheck before you do?
Speaking of Airstrip One, Jennifer Saunders, the chick from Absolutely Fabulous, which you’ve probably heard of if you’re gay, has been treated for breast cancer and is recovering. She is fortunate in being wealth enough to afford private insurance, since Britain’s Nationalized Health Service routinely denies breast cancer treatments to women.
Helluva job, Bammy,
According to the smokin’ hot First Lady of France, M‘Chel Obama does not enjoy being First Lady.
“Don’t ask! It’s hell. I can’t stand it!” Michelle Obama is said to have told French first lady Carla Bruni during a private conversation at the White House during an official visit by French President Nicolas Sarkozy last March.
She went on to call the French “a race of p’taghs” and demand more blood wine.
“We’re trying to leverage Bieber fever,” Campus Progress’s Sara Haile-Mariam told POLITICO. “Most of his fans are 12 years old – we acknowledge that.” Still, they hope that Bieber fans will “tell their parents. … The hope is to create something that goes viral and gets young people to be aware of the election.”
Proving once again, the Democrats are the party of the childish, the Republicans are the party of teh grown-ups.
Hat Tip: That Gay Conservative
One last post too good not to pass along. OK, Hotshot, suppose you are Sheriff Joe Arpaio and you have a bunch of idiot radical protesters who think it’s a great idea to chain themselves in a circle and lie down on hot pavement in Phoenix in July. What do you do? What do you do?
As I said, I have contemplated moving on from Teh Resistance. I am going on vacation for a little while to ponder my blogging future, and I am considering migrating to a new blog, since Resistance duties have been taken over by the Tea Parties. Also, I wanted Teh Resistance to become a group blog, but that never jelled.
This is what I am thinking of moving to. Let me know what you think. I’ve previewed it to two people I go way back with in the blogosphere. One said “Awesome.” One said “Meh.”
He may have destroyed our entire economy with his insane “make banks give mortgages to deadbeats” policies, but what I’ll remember most is the laughter.
Julea Ward was expelled from Eastern Michigan University for requesting to be removed from treating a case involving a gay client, on the basis that she objected to homosexuality. The school expelled her. She sued. She lost. U.S. District Judge George Steeh issued this ruling:
“Plaintiff was not required to change her views or religious beliefs; she was required to set them aside in the counselor-client relationship — a neutral, generally applicable expectation of all counselors-to-be under the ACA (American Counseling Association) standard.”
The really ironic part about this is that the American Bar Association, of which Judge Steeh is likely a member, is okay with lawyers refusing to take gay clients, on the basis that a lawyer can’t argue effectively for someone he or she finds “repugnant.” It’s for the clients benefit, they claim.
A logical person would think the same rationale applied to psychological counselors. But our Justice System divorced itself from logic a long time ago.