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Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by Cia212 » Tue Oct 08, 2013 1:32 am

I'm sure the word came down to make any effects of the shutdown as much of a public display as possible...same as the sequester "cuts". The reality is that less than 20% of the government is actually closed.

Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by Reposoul » Tue Oct 08, 2013 1:12 am

DarkHeart wrote:Dear God, please tell me this is a spoof :?

Land of the free, home of the brave :lol:


Conned in to being free, Home of the Slave :dancing:

Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by Clearized1 » Tue Oct 08, 2013 12:48 am

Middleman wrote:
Clearized1 wrote: according to an anonymous Park Service ranger, “We’ve been told to make life as difficult for people as we can. It’s disgusting.” ". Read the article, and leaveant, but that quote pretty much proves the agenda[/color].


An anonymous quote on breitbart.com proves jack shit.

If government employees at that low level are being given such instructions, all it takes is for one or two of them to record it, and suddenly we're talking about a massive scandal, and the perfect way for the Republicans to flip the blame over the shut down back across the aisle.

It would be political suicide.


Perhaps it doesn't fully prove it to everyone Middleman .... I should have said IMO. As far as one of them recording it... I don't think any of them knew such instructions would be coming down the pike (again, if in fact it had been said) to be able to setup to record it. Political suicide indeed if they had sent out a memo to the employees stating that they were going to tell them that, but I honestly wouldn't put it past them to pass it off as a comment off the cuff. You know...with the whole wry smile/wink and all.

Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by Malogg » Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:28 am

3,000 truckers plan to descend on Washington, D.C. on October 11th, to protest the NDAA's indefinite detention without trial provision (signed into law by President Obama) as well as to raise awareness for what they perceive as continued Obama administration support for radical Islamic factions in Egypt and Syria. Despite the near mainstream media blackout of the truckers' plan, it could shut down the entire city. See the video

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/10/300 ... wn-dc.html


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Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by Dagnamski » Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:25 am

It's the Americans peeplos fault for electing these dicheads in......................end of point :rtft:

Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by Middleman » Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:08 am

Clearized1 wrote: according to an anonymous Park Service ranger, “We’ve been told to make life as difficult for people as we can. It’s disgusting.” ". Read the article, and leaveant, but that quote pretty much proves the agenda[/color].


An anonymous quote on breitbart.com proves jack shit.

If government employees at that low level are being given such instructions, all it takes is for one or two of them to record it, and suddenly we're talking about a massive scandal, and the perfect way for the Republicans to flip the blame over the shut down back across the aisle.

It would be political suicide.

Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by RATRODROB » Mon Oct 07, 2013 4:22 am

Malogg wrote: Does Obozo get any more contemptuous ?!??

http://princevega.com/obama-weekly-addr ... promising/

:bang;

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jeezus, what an arrogant turd, 30,000 thousand letters hey pal, lets see those 30,000 letters, put them on a website so we can read them.

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Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by Malogg » Mon Oct 07, 2013 4:06 am

Does Obozo get any more contemptuous ?!??

http://princevega.com/obama-weekly-addr ... promising/

:bang;

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Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by RATRODROB » Mon Oct 07, 2013 4:02 am

Hey, we can still climb trees right, and build cubby houses cant we,

OH FCK NO
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Threat of $1.1 million fine for building cubby house


It is often said that government in Australia is out of control, a situation that could be a great deal worse if the federal government was not mired in gridlock of minority status. Probably the worst example of draconian overregulation though tends to come from local authorities where minor political functionaries in hundreds of councils across Australia impose their will on the residents of their allotted ministate, usually claiming that the state or federal governments require it.

You just couldn’t make up though, the reaction of Wollongong City Council to the building of a child’s cubby house:


Earlier this year, Sonja Keller and husband Andrew Bergmann used leftover building supplies to build the cubby for their son, Yaan, 9, behind their home at Tumbling Waters Resort in Stanwell Tops.

They returned from holidays before Christmas to find mail telling them to remove the cubby as it posed a bushfire threat and they did not have "development consent".

"Council has become aware that a cubby house has been erected within the premises adjacent to a dwelling; within a bushfire prone and environmentally sensitive area, without development consent," the council wrote.

"Failure to comply with the order is an offence under section 125 of the (Environmental Planning and Assessment) Act. The maximum penalty for that offence is $1,100,000.00 and a further daily penalty of $110,000.00.

"If the order is not complied with, Council may give effect to the order and recover the costs of doing so from you."

Mrs Keller said council staff first inspected the cubby house earlier this month.

"Three people from the council came to inspect some of the work we had done at the resort," he said.

"I thought they were joking when they said they needed to look at the cubby house."

She said the cubby was barely visible from the street and no more of a fire risk than other garden furniture.

"This decision is a joke. It's ridiculous to say it's in a fire-sensitive area," she said. "The garden shed is in a fire-sensitive area. The pergola is in a fire-sensitive area. The whole house is in a fire-sensitive area."

Years ago someone said that you would suffer a lower penalty for murder than what you would cop for breaking some of the ‘orderly marketing’ laws, and this is fairly consistent with this thought. It seems that the smaller the authority, the more snarky and authoritarian the petty functionary that is attracted to it is.

While it is unlikely that the maximum fine would be imposed, (they are not farmers and it is the council, not the Department of the Environment) we have to seriously question just what sort of nanny state we have inflicted on us to have a local authority claiming these powers.




fcking idiots, kids cant do fck all these days because of some dick spouting his authority.
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Re: Feds Try to Close the OCEAN Because of Shutdown

Post by Clearized1 » Mon Oct 07, 2013 12:00 am

Opalserpent wrote:
Check out this joke: Only in America!


http://dailycaller.com/2013/10/02/felon ... -to-school


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Too many memes to bother.




How about this joke...things really are out of hand these days.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/2006/10/18 ... -lawsuits/

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