Random Thoughts: Halbig and Hamas

Democrats write horrible law, pass it, and it’s so badly written it gets torn apart in courts, yet somehow I know this is GOP’s fault.

Starting to wonder if there was a flaw to the plan to have a bunch of incompetents jam through a law that affects large portion of economy.

Remember: When you have the government do something big, you only have idiots and sociopaths at your disposal. No mythical smart people.

By far, the smartest thing in our government is our bombs.

If the court ruling makes you angry at anyone other than the idiots who wrote the law, you’re a rather useless person.

Does the 5 second rule apply to any beats you’ve dropped?

Has Hamas tried not launching rockets at Israel? I really think that could be a big part of the problem.

What does Obama need all these fundraisers for? “I can’t crappily jam together unworkable laws without your support.”

My Coke says I’m supposed to share it with “Bort.”

Got first pass of my book, and I’m supposed to mark with a colored pencil the errors and send back. Seems low-tech.

Actually, I can scan the pages I mark with colored pencil and email back, so there’s that.

Only found a few formatting mistakes. The words – written by me – are superb, though.

“We think you might have incriminating emails about targeting political opponents.”
“Whoops. Scratched my hard drive.”
“Seems legit.”

I looked it up, and hard drive scratches are actually pretty common… though mainly among people trying to destroy their hard drive.

Israel would like Hamas to not launch rockets at them and Hamas would like Israel to not have Jews. Hopefully they can work out a compromise.

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  1. “Democrats write horrible law, pass it, and it’s so badly written it gets torn apart in courts, yet somehow I know this is GOP’s fault.”

    Ah, once again the Democrats have stolen your comic thunder: Harry Reid ran to the microphones yesterday to do exactly that — blame it on “two Republican-appointed judges” who he claims are trying to subvert Congress’ intent by focusing so much on the wording of the law.

    And, Kirsten Powers said she fears for the country if “activist judges” really believe that the the wording of the law isn’t ambiguous — the clear wording that says health-insurance subsidies can be issued only through an Exchange “established by the State under Section 1311″ [federally facilitated exchanges are different, and described under Section 1321].

    That’s their position, I guess: “It’s an ambiguous piece of poorly-worded legislation, and anyone who doesn’t say so is racist!”

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  2. What does Obama need all these fundraisers for?
    Good question, you’d think all the party members would be voluntarily handing over at least 75% of their income already, for the children. In exchange, they get to own give a loving home to poor orphaned Hispanic “children” and teach them skills like toilet cleaning and 3 acre lawn mowing.

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  3. The next law should just be a blank sheet of paper, since the Courts are going to read the legislators minds as to whet they wanted to do anyway. That way we won’t have to bother with “interpretation” and just go right to “Whatever we say it means”.

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  4. My Coke says I’m supposed to share it with “Bort.”
    Maybe that’s just a misprint. If you really want to have a Coke and a smile, shouldn’t you share it with Gort?

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