There is a simple way to solve this problem. All a State has to do is repeal the plate requirement for motor vehicles. Some States are talking about cutting water off to the NSA. Why should people be tagged like cattle when they travel? Cut the plates off, problem solved. Instead the Tennessee General Assembly is looking to steal more money by upping seat belt fines. More of that tough of crime garbage from Republicans.
Last week I wrote Bob Ramsey about radioactive polonium in hydrofluorosilicic acid. Here’s the response that I received.
“After reading the article, I am forwarding it to our health staff for evaluation. Thanks”
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2014 7:18 PM
Subject: Radiation poisoning from hydrofluorosilicic acid
Hello Rep. Bob Ramsey D.D.S.,
Do you still support poisoning us against our will when the crap (hydrofluorsilic acid) being dumped in our water is contaminated with radioactive polonium?
Seriously, what else would it take being found in this industrial waste for you to say the benefit of possibly preventing some tooth decay (which actually makes it harder to see tooth decay on x-rays) is out weighed by all the harmful CRAP that comes with it? Would people have to turn neon green first and grow a 3rd physical eye before you no longer claim your saving their teeth by poisoning them?
Let freedom ring!
Last year, I wrote a satirical email to Rep. Bob Ramsey regarding chocolate being more effective than chemicals containing fluoride in protecting teeth. I received the following response:
“We are looking for the same results, less decay. This may be a good avenue to that end, and I have sent the suggestion to our staff as well as the TDA administration. Thanks”
Sent from my iPad
As you can see, he forwards it to others, not taking a position either time.
Here’s the response that Richard Hutchens received from Ramsey regarding UT’s Sex Week last year.
Richard Hutchens recently wrote Representative Ramsey on a couple of issues. Ramsey’s response and Hutchens’ initial email are included fyi.
To: Richard Hutchens
Subject: Re: Please Co-Sponsor End of Forced Annexation in TN Act
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 03:21:27 +0000
1. Sovereignty resides with the citizens
2. Governments are instituted among men to secure their unalienable rights…
3. Legitimate Governments derive their just Powers from Consent of the Governed.
The recent political edition of why did the chicken cross the road joke, in which I added my own response, was posted on Stacey Campfield’s blog. You can see Bob’s thoughtful response.
Last year when Richard Hutchens sent Bob Ramsey concerning the problems with the Blount County Republican Party, he received the same response.
Perhaps you see a pattern in these responses.
This is the response that I received from Rep. Bob Ramsey. My follow-up is on top of the response, so you may wish to work your way up, rather than down. No UT official’s name was provided, which I assume was redacted by Bob.
What exactly are student speaker fees? Who pays these fees? Are students, who don’t support this, required to pay fees which ultimately contribute to funding this filth?
Are members of the public, free to use the University of Tennessee campus to promote any filth they desire, so long as the filth isn’t illegal activities?
Let freedom ring!
From: “Bob Ramsey” <email@example.com> Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 6:26pm
Subject: RE: University of Tennessee – Public university Sex Week to teach masturbation, when orgasms are a ‘political act’
My letter to the editor was published today. Click here to read more on the subject of Grand Jury reform. Earlier this year, a local activist was dismissed from jury duty, demonstrating the need for judicial reform.
From Jon Roland:
The following are the standards that a grand jury system must satisfy to comply with the original understanding of that term used in the U.S. Constitution:
- Selected at random from the general public, with perhaps some filtering, but without “stacking”.
- Selection by a neutral party (not the judge or prosecutor).
- Size of 23.
- Decision by 12.
- Election of foreperson by the members.
- Term of service long enough to learn how to do it.
- Limits on terms of service to avoid entrenchment.
- Adequate training of grand jurors.
- Prevention of undue influence by interested parties, especially judge or prosecutors.
- Secrecy of grand jury deliberations, while they are going on, but with allowance of disclosures in their presentments.
- Enough time to examine each case, or enough grand juries.
- No impediment to access by public to members to present complaints or give testimony, except for reasonable scheduling.
- Acceptance of any person, not just a professional prosecutor, being appointed to prosecute a case by the grand jury granting him an indictment.
- Acceptance that a grand jury indictment removes official immunity from criminal prosecution.
- Acceptance that a grand jury finding of sufficient evidence of misconduct removes official immunity from civil prosecution.
- Establishment of rule that a grand jury must determine whether a court has jurisdiction before returning an indictment for that court.
- Avoidance of excessive or abusive use of grand jury to harass, intimidate, discredit, or injure persons.
- Prevention of misuse during trials of evidence obtained by grand jury.
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Picking which companies get incentives and which ones don’t amounts to fascism. http://knoxblogs.com/humphreyhill/2014/02/10/republicans-threaten-end-vw-incentives-workers-vote-union-chattanooga/
Businesses should be treated equally under the law. But in today’s society, get konnected with Big G and you can make a pile of money.
1% cut? Oh my gosh… the sky will now fall.
Meanwhile, the corporate hacks in Congress made sure to keep us poisoned and pacified with plenty of fluoride.
Here’s an idea that will save lives and a pile of money. Get cops off the streets.
If children belong to everyone, then we’re all slaves. An educated idiot slave Harvard professor says so.
The Tennessee General Assembly is hard at work demonstrating their top priorities. Sean Insanity is tops on the list for the overlords and hypocrites who “represent” us this year.