Sunday, September 21, 2014

America's Single Biggest Threat

Although they will always be in denial, the Democrats and their policies have contributed largely for the current conditions we are now facing.  And although the rank and file (regular democrat voters) are beginning to have second thoughts about their beloved Obama, the thought process is way too late, Obama continues to do what he promised to do...fundamentally change America (an acronym for total destruction of our way of life).  There's another aspect of this destruction that goes un-noticed by most and that is the news media, especially the conservative news media, who claim that Obama does not know what he is doing... Hello!  He knows exactly what it is he's doing and he's doing it as promised!  And he has plenty of help from the Clinton-Kerry-Pelosi-Reid clan plus all those anti-American advisers Obama surrounds himself with...or were you not paying attention when he made that promise...wake the hell up and stop lying to yourself...once your head falls to the ground it will be too late, ISIS has no preference for Democrats or Republicans. ~ Norman E. Hooben
America's Single Biggest Threat
ps: The second biggest threat are "Low-Information-Voters"
...but wait, aren't they the same as Democrats?
 What to do with Obama?  Here's ↓ an idea!
The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the presidency. It will be easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to an electorate willing to have such a man for their president.
The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails us. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The republic can survive a Barack Obama. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president.” ~ Author Unknown

Can we sue the state of Massachusetts for causing irreparable harm ?

What this man has done is irreparable!
Irreparable harm is a legal concept whch argues that the type of harm threatened cannot be corrected through monetary compensation or conditions cannot be put back the way they were. Examples of such irreparable harm may arise in cutting down shade trees, polluting a stream, not giving a child needed medication, not supporting an excavation which may cause collapse of a building, tearing down a structure, among other actions or omissions.
Irreparable harm is often required to be shown to claim that a judge should order an injunction, writ, temporary restraining order or other equitable judicial action. The party seeking such relief will argue that the judicial action is required to prevent an imminent injury for which there is no other way to prevent the threatened harm.
The standard for showing irreparable has been explained by the D.C. Circuit as follows:
"First, the injury must be both certain and great; it must be actual and not theoretical. Injunctive relief ‘will not be granted against something merely feared as liable to occur at some indefinite time.’ It is also well settled that economic loss does not, in and of itself, constitute irreparable harm. . . . Implicit in each of these principles is the further requirement that the movant substantiate the claim that irreparable injury is ‘likely’ to occur. Bare allegations of what is likely to occur are of no value since the court must decide whether the harm will in fact occur. The movant must provide proof that the harm has occurred in the past and is likely to occur again, or proof indicating that the harm is certain to occur in the near future." ~  source U.S. Legal

While we're at it why don't we sue the Social Security Office? (may take a few seconds for video to load)

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Corgi owners calling for the harshest penalty for the man charged with killing Molly, a Pembroke Welsh corgi.

I usually do not offer my opinion when it comes to punishment for a crime and in this case you don't want to hear it so whatever the "harshest penalty" is decided by the prosecutor's office, double it! ~ Storm'n Norm'n
Source: Boston Herald

A Bellingham man annoyed by a barking dog was formally charged with
felony animal cruelty Friday, Sept. 19, for shooting his neighbors’
corgi in their backyard. ~ Photo from Bellingham Herald

Read more here:
Corgi owners rally around slain dog in Washington
By: Associated Press
BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Corgi owners around the nation are rallying around a slain Washington state dog, calling for the harshest penalty for the man charged with killing Molly, a Pembroke Welsh corgi.
A Facebook page called "Justice for Molly the Corgi" has garnered nearly 5,000 followers as of Saturday. The corgi owners are spearheading a letter-writing campaign to the Whatcom County prosecutors' office, imploring them to seek the harshest penalty against David William Latham, 55.
"When writing letters, push for the harshest penalties for this case but BE RESPECTFUL," one of the Facebook posts said.
One family from New Hampshire, whose dog just had a litter of pups, offered to drive across the country to deliver a new corgi puppy to the bereaved Bellingham family of Cary Chunyk and Loyce Andrews, The Bellingham Herald reports (
Latham was charged Friday with first-degree animal cruelty and two misdemeanors: brandishing a weapon and second-degree criminal trespassing.
On Sept. 13, Latham was annoyed at a barking dog, so he armed himself with a rifle, walked across the street, aimed over a fence and shot Molly in front of her owners. Molly was not the dog barking, charging documents said.
After shooting Molly in the chest, Chunyk yelled at the shooter, but retreated when Latham raised both of his arms with one hand still holding a rifle.
In the chaos just after the shooting, authorities told the couple they should stay home until the gunman was arrested. So they cradled Molly, and wrapped her in towels, as she bled for a half-hour before dying.
"I wanted to get her into the car and get her on the road," Andrews said. "I've had animals all my life, and it was obvious she was seriously hurt."
The Whatcom County veterinarian who performed a necropsy said Molly likely was in a lot of pain as she died.
Police noted Latham "appeared to be fairly intoxicated and had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath," according to the charges. Officers recovered nine guns from his home.
On Friday, Superior Court Judge Deborra Garrett ordered Latham to surrender his beagle. The dog was transferred to the Humane Society. He's allowed to keep two cats he's owned for about eight years. He remains out on bail.
In a statement, Latham's attorney, Adrian Madrone, said his client "is extremely regretful and remorseful for his actions. He is a lifelong animal owner, and is very sorry for the pain he has caused. We simply ask that we be allowed to give his side of the story through the legal process before judgment is passed."
This week, Chunyk and Andrews have been "totally overwhelmed" by letters and messages of sympathy. They hope Molly's death will be a flashpoint for stronger animal-cruelty laws.
"People love their animals like children. So we're going to get this turned into something positive," Andrews said. "The outpouring of support has been phenomenal, absolutely phenomenal."