1) With only 39 coyote pelts collected, maybe the perceived ‘coyote problem’ is not actually real.
2) Alternate observation: Maybe part of the perceived ‘coyote problem’ is that the coyotes are smarter than the hunters.
3) It is very unfortunate that nobody has the cojones (and-or the money) to offer a reward for a Republican Hunt. The perceived ‘Republican problem’ is very real.
The cyber patriot team called Anonymous will eventually release the evidence showing that the firewall that they hacked into Rove’s O.R.C.A. election data system prevented his intention to flip the votes in three important counties in Ohio (as was done in 2004). Knowing what took place in cyberspace that Election Day makes the YouTube footage of Rove’s election night meltdown on the Faux News Channel really hilarious. (But of course, finding an official in Ohio who will actually prosecute is another matter.)
Next on the list are traitor and war profiteer Dick Cheney and lobbyist Grover Norquist. George Dubya will likely never be prosecuted for his treasonous action in approving the release of C.I.A. agent Valerie Plame’s identity (proven in court) nor for his many war crimes.
Add to the list all the Republicans who directly participated in the above-cited crimes and you already have a long list. And then there are even more local and national Republican miscreants, maybe too many. Good thing that Halliburton designed all those concentration camps to be built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – boy, I hope there’s enough room.
Do your homework: Wikipedia has reliable details on the following:
a) the Powell Memorandum of 1971
b) Jude Wanniski’s ‘Two Santas Theory’
c) P.N.A.C. (Project For A New American Century)
d) The Federalist Society
e) the Citizens United v. F.E.C. court case
“If the fascist Republican Party had anything of value to offer the American voter
they would not have to lie and cheat and steal to win elections.”
[copyright 2012 by Gary Edward Nordell, all rights reserved]
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