Diminishing Returns

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by OPOVV, ©2012

From Congress to attorneys general to secretaries of state to state and federal judges, not one person has acknowledged that there are serious questions about Obama’s background, documentation, and constitutional eligibility to serve

(Dec. 5, 2012) — “Hey, it’s only money, and it’s not our money at that.” You know whose motto that is? Guess. Right you are; it’s the motto of our very own Congress. I wouldn’t get so wound up if my hard-earned tax dollars were going to something useful, something that I can see or touch or sink my teeth into. I like planes and ships and howitzers. I’ll tell you something:  there are not many sounds that can beat waking up to that of a projectile heading out to land on your enemy.

And these so-called “Entitlements,” have you ever thought about that, the name itself? I mean, who comes up with these handles? Look:  no one’s “entitled” to anything. You work, you give your expertise, time, labor; you get compensated. Of course, if you’re a lazy good-for-nothing or just plain not up to the task for which you were hired, you don’t deserve anything: verily nothing begets nothing; or at least that’s how it should be, at least in my book.

Government employees fit into a unique category. On the one hand, you have your qualified and dedicated workers who are, unfortunately, outnumbered by the unqualified and the complete opposite of dedicated, which is the “don’t, whatever you do, make waves, not even a ripple: just do as you’re told, whatever you’re told, and keep your mouth shut.”  It’s a sad fact of life that the overwhelming majority of government employees fall into the later category, and that’s a real problem because that means that even as they shortchange themselves, they are shortchanging all of us.

Not all the lazy, unqualified and incompetent government workers are at the bottom of the totem pole. Many patriots in California had high hopes for Arnold Schwarzenegger when he swaggered in as governor. They thought that, since he was his own man, he couldn’t be bought off, he’d do “the right thing” and clean up the State. HA! Arnold acted like the “girly-girly” he accused others of being. When Arnold finally vacated the governor’s mansion, the state was even more of a mess than when he found it.

The list of ineffective employees supposedly working on the behalf of the public is endless, and every state has them. Washington, DC, is full of them. Even the state of Mississippi has its fair share. Take, for instance, the Democratic Party and all the politicians and state employees who are Democrats and, because those who are in charge of the party are incompetent, everyone in the state is adversely affected, and so too the nation.

In my lawsuit (Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq., Et Al, Case 2:12-cv-00280-HTW-LRA) against the Democratic Party of the State of Mississippi, in the US District Court in Jackson, it’s quite obvious that they have shortchanged the good people of Mississippi by not insuring that their candidates are properly vetted.  As a matter of fact, it’s even worse than that: they don’t even care. The defense they’ve put up would be amusing if the consequences weren’t so dire. They cite everything under the sun except the non-existent Birth Certificate, stolen Social Security number, and fraudulent Selective Service Registration card. The bottom line is that the taxpayers get the short end of the stick by the shirking of duties by the Secretary of State and by Jim Hood, the Attorney General, two people who should know better but obviously missed out on the class that had to do with integrity and honor.  You can’t hide from this one boys, unless, of course, you can magically produce Obama’s valid fictitious Birth Certificate.


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