Didn't know that! I have family from there too! We may be related! LMAO!!!! Has anyone heard of Yosemite?????<quoted text>
You're probably right.
I know that area well.
PLUS a lot of those people!
They don't call it "Crazy County" for nothing!
Will go as far as to say, I have relatives from there.=)
"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).
Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.
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#77543 Jan 25, 2013
Marijuana In Colorado Leads To Rethinking Of Laws
January 25, 2013 by Sam Rolley
Colorado voters opted to legalize marijuana, State lawmakers have deemed it necessary to come up with a plan to navigate the murky legal waters of how to police driving while stoned.
The pressure is on for lawmakers to come up with stoned driving laws, as research published following the passage of the Colorado pot legalization initiative indicates that 13 percent of fatal crashes in the State involved pot.
While the law regarding driving under the influence of alcohol is pretty clear, officials say that proving a person is heavily under the influence of pot is a little tricky. Lawmakers say they will set blood limits for pot intoxication at 5 nanograms of THC — pot’s active ingredient — per milliliter of blood.
Critics of the measure say it will lead to drivers who police claim simply smell like pot being hauled in and given blood tests unnecessarily. Unlike alcohol, there is no breath test to test for pot, so suspects will have their blood drawn and tested.
And then we have this stupidass:
SALEM, Ore.(UPI)— An Oregon lawmaker has proposed making it illegal to possess or distribute cigarettes without a doctor’s prescription.
The bill, is sponsored by State Representative Mitch Greenlick of Portland.
Offenders of the bill would face maximum punishments of one year in prison, a $6,250 fine or both.
A legal product!!! Jail time?? What will they think of next? No, folks, we have not lost any freedoms.
#77544 Jan 25, 2013
yea like Dubya???? or Reagon???? or Bush senior??? most of that debt belongs to them!!!
#77545 Jan 25, 2013
our congress needs to smoke a big fat doobie and then the uptight bastards could form a simbionic relationship with one another
#77546 Jan 25, 2013
nity nite A.L.
#77547 Jan 25, 2013
yes and her two drunken daughters that pubtard morals for ya!!!
#77548 Jan 25, 2013
#77549 Jan 25, 2013
he likes a little grey pupon with his date shoo wee
#77550 Jan 25, 2013
screw me once shame on screwing
screw me twice and the shame will be again
well cant screw anymore
#77551 Jan 25, 2013
or she could have asked a GENERAL! that is the job of a GENERAL! you are simple minded retard I'm not all that crazy bout Hillary but damn if you had a brain you would argue with it
#77552 Jan 25, 2013
we would have to replace all of them but yes
#77554 Jan 25, 2013
What General you fizzled out meathead? It was her job to know, that's what we pay her for.
And if you had a brain you would understand what's going on in this slip-shod administration!!!
#77558 Jan 25, 2013
to scared to deny it and too proud to care, just as we thought sodoboy,
#77559 Jan 26, 2013
hey libs, see how your president brings out the best in people, man what a leader, and this was posted almost a year ago,
The election of President Barack Obama in 2008 triggered an explosion in the number of militias and so-called patriot groups in the United States, the Southern Poverty Law Center reported in its annual tally of such anti-government organizations.
There were 149 militias and patriot groups when Obama took office, compared to more than 1,200 today — an increase of 755 percent, the nonprofit civil rights organization reported.
"The increase has just been astounding," said Mark Potok, editor-in-chief of the SPLC report. "The reality is that many of these groups are becoming more and more fearful that Barack Obama will win the re-election. You can see the anger rising along with that fear."
The center also reports a steady rise in the number of hate groups in America — from 604 in 2000, to more than 1,000 last year.
#77560 Jan 26, 2013
hey libs, hows this working out for you? oops, sorry, I fogot you don't care, must be a lie - wasn't told by MSLSD, oops again, sorry, just checked MSLSD, they imply 'its Bushs fault', BAAAAAAA
Social Security's disability trust fund could fail to cover all benefits early as 2016
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/01/25/so...
#77561 Jan 26, 2013
hey, wheres that libotard that claims we haven't lost any rights? BAAAAAAAAAA
Web of environmental rules threatens Gulf Coast businesses with jail, steep fines
When Burt Rico was caught using a deer feeder equipped with lights while hunting in Louisiana, he was slapped with a $1,051 fine and sentenced to 60 days in jail. He was cited for hunting without a big-game license, failing to wear hunter orange and hunting deer with an artificial light.
Until he was cited, he didn’t know he had done anything wrong, he claims.
Rico’s case isn’t an isolated one. According to a new report by the Texas Public Policy Foundation, thousands of people are being prosecuted for environmental crimes every day they didn’t know were even on the books. They’ve been threatened, fined and thrown in jail. The trend is especially prominent along the Gulf Coast, but is becoming a national issue.
In Texas, there are 11 felonies relating to harvesting oysters that can land a person in prison for a decade. In the Carolinas, government officials have cracked down on fishermen -- both commercial and sport -- and in some cases cut off their ability to make a living.
“There isn’t a day I go out where a rule, law or regulation is not broken,” Capt. Terrell Gould told FoxNews.com .
As head of a family-run business in South Carolina that takes customers on deep-sea fishing trips, Gould is just one of a growing group who say they have suffered at the hands of regulators imposing stiff fines and disproportionate penalties. The government tells him when, where and what he can catch.
“Total control of your life – that’s what they want,” said Gould, who has been prosecuted on fishing violations.“You take away the incentive for somebody to do something bit by bit by bit. It’s like peeling the layers off an onion. You can only peel so much and then you don’t have any onion left.”
The growing web of laws that can land unwitting violators in jail is commonly referred to as "overcriminalization. " These are not laws prohibiting fundamentally wrong behavior like murder or rape. Critics say these laws create offenses that violators often don't realize are illegal until it's too late.
Punishment can range from a few hundred dollars in fees to lengthy prison terms. Some say the extraordinary expansion of the criminal code on federal, state and local levels leaves the public exposed to abuse at the hands of officials.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/01/25/st...
#77562 Jan 26, 2013
man, I'm sure glad this guy isn't a democrat, oops, sorry, I guess he is, wonder why this isn't reported on MSLSD, hummm,
FBI mum on allegations Sen. Menendez 'received the services of young prostitutes' in Dominican Republic
The FBI is declining to comment on newly emerged documents that appear to show the agency investigating allegations that Sen. Bob Menendez "received the services of young prostitutes" while in the Dominican Republic -- a charge the senator's office has rejected for months.
His office continued to dismiss the report after dozens of pages of emails were posted online this week, appearing to show the FBI communicating with the individual claiming to know about Menendez' liaisons. The emails refer to an "investigation," and said "we have been able to confirm most of" the information provided and "know that you are providing accurate information."
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/01/25/fb...
#77563 Jan 26, 2013
isnt it amazing we have a government accounting office that says obama has added six trillion dollars of debt in less than 4 years , while bush, reagan george w bush and all other republicans combined is less thyan 6 trillion, but we have a moronic nut that says most of the debt belongs to them, leftwingewhackadoos have to be the dumbest humans alive
#77565 Jan 26, 2013
It's not amazing to those that understand. Obama has ONLY increased spending 1.4%. All other debt is the increasing cost of things already in place required by Law. 14.6% increase per year counting interest. If ALL spending increases on any program was stopped today, America's debt would still double about every 6 years.
If you can figure out how to stop 10,000 Americans per day from turning 65 and signing up for SS and Medicare please send the info to your Congressman. You cannot use Death Panels. And you may need to figure out how with everything costing more these days how to pay for them using the lowest tax rates in US history.
If you can find any report that shows Obama is NOT the least spending President in modern history feel free to post that info.
#77566 Jan 26, 2013
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