Time to show bu­reau­crats how un­em­ploy­ment feels

The Washington Times Weekly - - Commentary -

You have the right to re­main stupid, and what you say and do can and will be used against you in the court of pub­lic opin­ion. Un­for­tu­nately, the court of pub­lic opin­ion is ex­pand­ing into a stupid-is-as-stupid-does joke. And it has a pres­i­dent and gang of thieves in the United States gov­ern­ment to rep­re­sent it.

So goes the sheep­ing of Amer­ica. Wel­come to Euro II.

With the level of dis­hon­esty, fraud, abuse of power, corruption, ram­pant ir­re­spon­si­bil­ity, down­right crim­i­nal be­hav­ior and ve­he­ment re­fusal to be ac­count­able, our gov­ern­ment has clearly lost its col­lec­tive mind — and its soul.

The brain-dead, zom­bielike non­sense blurt­ing out of Democrats’ pie holes is mind-bog­gling as they fee­bly at­tempt to ra­tion­al­ize rais­ing the debt ceil­ing, scram­bling mind­lessly to ex­plain how in­creased run­away, crim­i­nal spend­ing on glut­tonous, waste­ful, su­per­flu­ous stuff is a good thing.

“Honey, we’re in debt up to our asses. Let’s go shop­ping and in­crease our glut­tonous in­dul­gences. Yeah, that’s the ticket.”

The sep­a­ra­tion of leg­isla­tive, ex­ec­u­tive and ju­di­cial branches of gov­ern­ment has turned into one big gang of com­plicit goons, scratch­ing each other’s backs and schem­ing to in­crease their own dis­hon­est as­sault on we the peo­ple. Oh, how they have for­got­ten their oath to the U.S. Con­sti­tu­tion. Oh, woe are they.

A nasty, un­clean gag­gle of Amer­i­cans read the non­stop re­ports of mass graves in Mex­ico, the moun­tains of dead bod­ies, the un­end­ing ex­hum­ing of slaugh­tered in­no­cents and de­cap­i­tated cit­i­zens and pub­lic of­fi­cials at the hands of evil drug car­tels, then non­cha­lantly pur­chase an­other load of the min­dand life-de­stroy­ing dope that these sub­hu­man hea­thens ped­dle. You have to be on dope in or­der to fail to ad­mit how your il­le­gal or “med­i­cal” mar­i­juana con­sump­tion cre­ates wan­ton death and may­hem in your own com­mu­ni­ties and coun­try. Thanks for noth­ing, idiots.

Fred­die Mac and Fan­nie Mae and their com­plicit gang of Amer­ica-hat­ing snake-oil sales­men rep­re­sent the most clear and present eco­nomic rap­ing and pil­lag­ing in our coun­try’s his­tory. In­stead of end­ing the tragedy, the per­pe­tra­tors are given bonuses and hired by our al­ready-crim­i­nal-in­fested gov­ern­ment. And they call it “cre­at­ing jobs.” Mao Ze­dong and Al Capone would be proud.

In the Amer­i­can West, where in­hab­i­tants have been rais­ing hell for 20-plus years about how griz­zly bears pose a se­ri­ous and con­stant threat to peo­ple’s lives and liveli­hoods, in­ept, ig­no­rant bu­reau­crats en­force dan­ger­ous pol­icy by call­ing these over­pop­u­lated bears an en­dan­gered species. A hiker gets killed by a griz­zly again and these ge­niuses re­spond by re­mind­ing peo­ple to whis­tle and bang on pots and pans.

In the mid­dle of a war on ter­ror, in­vaders in­fil­trate our south­ern bor­der with im­punity and in­stead of liv­ing up to their oath to pro­tect Amer­ica, soul­less Fedzil­lacrats erect signs on Amer­i­can soil not warn­ing the in­vaders to leave but rather warn­ing Amer­i­can cit­i­zens to stay out of the in­vaded ter­ri­tory. Mean­while, the feds sue Ari­zona for en­forc­ing Amer­i­can laws.

Char­lie Ran­gel, Tim Gei­th­ner, Tom Daschle and God knows how many other crim­i­nal tax cheats get caught red­handed, and none of them are brought to any­thing re­sem­bling jus­tice. Are you kid­ding me?

For­mer Chicago Mayor Richard Da­ley and cur­rent Mayor Rahm Emanuel, along with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, for­bid their sub­jects to pro­tect them­selves but charge their sub­jects higher taxes to pay for their own heav­ily armed se­cu­rity de­tail.

Texas rightly de­cides to ex­e­cute a con­victed mur­der­errapist of an in­no­cent lit­tle girl and the pres­i­dent and sec­re­tary of state side with the mur­der­ous, rot­ten-to-the-core United Na­tions goons in­stead of with their own coun­try. Are you kid­ding me?

I end up in a state-of-the-art emer­gency room at a Cana­dian hos­pi­tal with a se­ri­ous blood­gush­ing dog bite and wait 61/2 hours to see a doc­tor. In Waco, Texas, I wait less than a minute. Our fear­less com­mu­nity-or­ga­nizer-in-chief wants to fun­da­men­tally transform Amer­i­can health care into Cana­dian health care — un­less, of course, you qual­ify for a crony-pay­off waiver of this di­a­bol­i­cal scam shoved down the throats of we the peo­ple. Are you kid­ding me?

Food stam­pers in­crease their fraud and crim­i­nal abuse of an al­ready-failed wel­fare slav­ery sys­tem, and our numb­nut politi­cians let Pres­i­dent Obama in­crease it four­fold. Are you kid­ding me?

Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven write the ultimate Amer­ica-hat­ing guide­line on how to bring down the great­est qual­ity of life in the his­tory of mankind, and the Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion puts their ideas on the fast track in broad day­light, yet no one stops him. Are you kid­ding me?

Unions con­tinue to de­mand more com­pen­sa­tion for less pro­duc­tiv­ity or qual­ity con­trol. The list of jobs Amer­i­cans are not will­ing to do gets longer by the day as soy­lent-green for­eign­ers con­tinue to kick our butts be­cause they don’t al­low such a list. Are you kid­ding me?

With an­other glar­ing, smoke­and-mir­rors de­fi­ance of the pledge to gov­ern­ment trans­parency, the No. 1 cop in Amer­ica, aided and abet­ted by the ve­he­mently anti-gun pres­i­dent, know­ingly breaks the law and his oath to the Con­sti­tu­tion by run­ning il­le­gally be­got­ten guns to Mex­i­can mur­der­ers, then tries to blame le­git­i­mate Amer­i­can gun deal­ers. Noth­ing like a good back­fire to spot­light the cock­roaches.

Make note, bu­reau­crats. We have had enough, are com­pletely fed up with the in­san­ity and we of­fi­cially put you on no­tice: You’re fired. When we go to the polls in 2012, we are com­mit­ted to give most of you a good dose of what un­em­ploy­ment feels like.

I would highly rec­om­mend you all seek treat­ment for your al­ler­gies to logic, truth, good will, de­cency, accountability and the Amer­i­can Way. If you don’t get help soon, God only knows what will be­come of you.

Ted Nu­gent is an Amer­i­can rock ’n’ roll, sport­ing and po­lit­i­cal ac­tivist icon. He is the au­thor of “Ted, White and Blue: The Nu­gent Man­i­festo” and “God, Guns & Rock ’N’ Roll” (Reg­n­ery Pub­lish­ing).

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