Friday, October 26, 2012

Texas tells the UN to Get Bent

I Love Texas...

Finally, an American citizen stands up to the International House of Rape and Corruption known as the UN…

Texas Attorney General Threatens to Arrest UN Elections Observers

Here's what Texas Attorney General Greg Abbot had to say when he got wind of UN plans to send some representatives of tyranny to observe our elections:
"It may be a criminal offense for OSCE's representatives to maintain a presence within 100 feet of a polling place's entrance," he writes. "Failure to comply with these requirements could subject the OSCE's representatives to criminal prosecution for violating state law."
Then Rick Perry stepped up to the microphone, narrowed his eyes down to slits reminiscent of a gunslinger on a dusty street squinting into the noonday sun and declared he would personally hog-tie and drag behind his horse any damned UN bastard found in his state.   He then called the UN "Satan's tool," gave a hearty yee-haw, and shot out a chandelier with his .45 before telling reporters they had 30 seconds to clear out before he used them as target practice.

OK, I made that last paragraph up, but back to the story... 

Liberal Democrats have been trying like hell over these past decades to turn the United States into a third world country, and their latest gambit is inviting in UN election observers. This act alone should disqualify them from any responsible position in government. We are the United States of America, not some turd world hell-hole that needs international panjandrums and special rapporteurs gettin’ all up in our bidness. And despite the four year reign of King Obama, we are still a nation of laws. Antics such as this make a mockery of our system of justice and erode public confidence in our institutions.

The Poobah in charge of election observation for the corrupt international organization of torturers and despots was indignant at the Texan’s sovereign declaration:
“The threat of criminal sanctions against OSCE/ODIHR observers is unacceptable,” Lenarčič said. “The United States, like all countries in the OSCE, has an obligation to invite ODIHR observers to observe its elections.”
Just try coming into Texas, you pedophile-enabling kleptocrat. I hope they lasso your ass and drag you kicking and screaming into the Gulf of Mexico as they fire pistols in the air and shout “Yahoo!”


Constitutional Insurgent said...

Perry is a stark raving buffoon and an insult to Conservatism in general......but this is the right position.

Ducky's here said...

When is Texass going to secede?

Rational Nation USA said...
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FreeThinke said...


Will they be ARMED?

Will they be wearing UNIFORMS?

Does OUR government give THEM the right to seize and detain any of US?

Would our local police back US up or THEM -- if a confrontation should break out?

For once I agree with CI -- Rick Perry is an unmitigated asshole who should be regarded as a serious embarrassment to our nation. Every time he appeared during the primary season, I CRINGED.

~ FT

FreeThinke said...

"When is Texass going to secede?"

The day you openly declare yourself a traitor to our country and turn yourself in to the proper authorities for trial and condign punishment.

-FJ the Dangerous and Extreme MAGA Jew said...

STATES rights!

WAAAA Hoooooooo!

Always On Watch said...

I'm with FJ on this one.

More states need to exert their rights -- while they still can.

Z said...

Good for Perry! All of this UN overseeing stuff is the attempt of Dems to blame voter fraud on Republicans...and to bring America even further down on her knees.........Ya, the once-great country whose citizens went to third world countries because they wanted to make sure their elections were honest is now becoming that third world country thanks to Democrats who A. like the idea, and B. don't care a wit how this looks to the world.
They are going to be SO SORRY when they realize that they're now LIVING in a hole they created no matter how hard the REpublicans fought to retain dignity and excellence.

Anonymous said...

The UN observers are hoping to show the world that those crazy right wing radicals won't let some illegal immigrant fromBanladesh vote in what is supposed to be a free country.

I wonder if Jimmy Carter was behind this?

KP said...

To some of us Californians, Perry looks relatively sane. You see, we have Governor Moonbeam. Born into political privilege, Jerry Brown is the master of the sleight of hand, con. Let me explain:

In California we have a constitution that demands we balance our budget every single year. Good right? Not really. You see, the Democratic legislature simply passes a budget and then lies about expected revenue and calls the budget ‘balanced’. Forget that corporations are fleeing to Texas. Or that wage earners are leaving the state, or that we purposely spend more than we make and cannot print money like the Feds.

Imagine you make $60,000 a year. But you tell yourself “this year I am going to make $100,000 a year”, so you go out and spend the other $40,000 to put yourself in debt. Then, the next year, you snicker and assume you will make $100,000 (not!) and you draw up a budget that calls for spending $110,000!
Then, you allocate all those funds to everyone and everything except what you call “schools”. Now you are set up for the political arm twisting of Governor Brown: you start a political drive to raise taxes via Proposition 30, saying “if it does not pass the kids and their education will suffer.”

You might ask, “why are we spending billions and billions of dollars on high speed rail in the San Joaquin Valley when we could put that money to use in schools?” Ha! You fool, we need trains to nowhere and we can get you to pay more taxes and do both.

So, you ask “all the money from Prop 30 going to the kids, right?”
No, not exactly. You see, we need to guarantee raises for the first 15 years of a teacher’s career; and then, on retirement, we need to make sure they are paid near 100% of their salary and health benefits for the next 30 years.”
You ask, “won’t Prop 30 makes us the highest taxed state in America?” “And aren’t California teachers at the very top end of the pay scale on a national level?”

The answer to both questions is, YES.

“Then why would our governor pass a budget that massively increases our billions of dollars deficit, that includes billions more to a train to nowhere and then tell us there is no money to pay teachers so we need to take more money from the private sector to finance the public sector’s increased pay and benefits?”.

It’s about the kids, dummy.

Ignore that 50% of employees in our school systems are not even teachers; they are administrators, but so what. It’s all about the kids.

“Okay, I see, I have no choice”. I must send a message to Governor Moonbeam. NO on Prop 30!

Silverfiddle said...

KP: Thank you for the object lesson in what an insane governor really looks like.

As you so ably demonstrated, Perry ain't the insane one.

FreeThinke said...

We were talking STYLE not substance in relation to Rick Perry. I still say he PRESENTS himself like a consummate buffoon, and that his public image is EMBARRASSING.

The only thing I could say about California would to recommend MASS EVACUATION of ALL businesses, ALL successful individuals, and leave the Golden State to dry up and die altogether.

After all the riff raff and the imbeciles kill themselves off because no one will be left to support their stupidity, it might THEN be possible for decent folk to reclaim the territory and enjoy all that natural beauty once again.

As things stand now, CALIFORNIA should be placed under QUARANTINE.

~ FT

Silverfiddle said...

Rick Perry has nothing to do with the story. I threw him in for entertainment value.

Maybe I should start using large fonts, boldface, tags and garishly colored fonts...

Finntann said...

The question isn't whether or not election monitors should be allowed in the US, who I might point out were invited in by Bush II in 2002.

"The OSCE, which sends monitoring teams to elections around the world, has been observing U.S. elections since 2002, when the Bush administration invited them after the hotly contested 2000 presidential election. They are expected to observe in 15 states on November 6th. "

the question is:

Is the OSCE unbiased.

"On 19 October the ODIHR mission released preliminary findings that revealed a series of systemic shortcomings pertaining to the existing organization of elections of the president, senators, and congressmen in the USA.

The existing election system allows the candidate, who receives fewer votes than the competitor, to win the election. The preliminary findings indicate that the USA lacks a federal-level centralized system for organizing and holding an election. Virtually one in four of USA voters is not registered and is virtually deprived of the right to vote. Ten million USA citizens, who live overseas, and former convicts cannot vote at all. Six hundred thousand residents of the USA capital city still have no right to elect their own representatives to the Senate and the House of Representatives of the US Congress."

" the resident delegation of the Republic of Belarus pointed out the serious shortcomings involved in the organization of elections in the USA. Belarus believes the shortcomings put in doubt the possibility of holding USA elections in full compliance with OSCE commitments and international standards"

Interesting position from Belarus...given that the OSCE had this to say " following the Belorussian Presidential election of 2001, the OSCE denounced the election, claiming it to be neither 'free nor fair'"

I might also point out that US elections are held in accordance with the constitution, and the democratic-socialist sensitivities of Europeans concerned with "international standards" can be damned.

We don't need a "federal-level centralized system"... we are a Republic. We don't give convicts the right to vote and we have an electoral college in accordance with our constitution.

The Texas AG is correct: "The OSCE opinions are legally irrelevant in the United States".

Belarus? Yeah, Right.

KP said...

I am looking forward to video of the UN inspector’s confrontations with pipe wielding Black Panthers in fatigues outside polling places. Let’s see if they have a greater understanding of voter laws than Eric Holder and the Department of Justice.

Finntann said...

LOL... the man from Assachusetts said "Texass".

Childish much?

-FJ the Dangerous and Extreme MAGA Jew said...

I thought ducky was from TAXachusetts. ASSachusetts must be a "November" thing... ;)

Ducky's here said...

@KP -- I am looking forward to video of the UN inspector’s confrontations with pipe wielding Black Panthers in fatigues outside polling places. Let’s see if they have a greater understanding of voter laws than Eric Holder and the Department of Justice.

Now let's step back for a second.
There was one (1) jackass with a baton in front of a polling station.
There was one (1) other member of this gang present but he wasn't holding anything.

A passerby made a phone call to police who arrived and told the two to leave.

They left.

The Bush administration decided to drop criminal proceedings. No evidence of a crime.

Just before leaving office, Chucklenuts dumped it on the Civil Rights Division as a violation of the voting rights act.

When Holder also found no reason to proceed a disgruntled Bushie peddled the story to the likes of human crap pile, Andrew Breitfart.

So much ado about nothing. Your post on Moonbeam was much more informative. Now there's a guy who can run a grift.

jez said...

Are you saying that the UN shouldn't observe any elections at all, or that observations are valuable in other countries but the USA should be considered above it?

Ducky's here said...

I think you know, jez.

To the fringe conservative mind, the U.S. is exceptional. The U.S. don't need no stinking badges.

Has something to do with the perfection of the Founders conception which liberals have sullied.

Silverfiddle said...

No Ducky, you want us dragged down to turd world toilet status so we can commiserate with our fellow workers of the world about how shitty it all is.

Jez: "...or that observations are valuable in other countries but the USA should be considered above it?

Yes. Exactly. And not just the US, but other civilized countries as well.

My feelings on the UN? If the UN Headquarters in New York collapsed with the entire staff inside, it would be no loss to the world (and I pray it doesn't happen, because even useless international busybodies probably have one or two people who love them)

Finntann said...

The UN is the world's biggest joke, aside from the fact that OSCE is not part of the UN, it's battling the UN in terms of lack of credibility.

Yeah, send on them election observers from Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Krygyzstan, Russia, and Serbia, to name a few.

I'm laughing so hard my side hurts.

While you're at it, can you spare a few women's rights rapporteurs from say Saudia Arabia and Iran?

Maybe we can replace Ducky's Black Panthers with a couple of 'observers' from Darfur at the Philly precints.

Seriously! I'm LMAO

Ducky's here said...

Or maybe we can say that progress in elections has occurred. I'd site Algeria and many South American nations as an example but because some outliers exist, well that damns the whole idea.

It may be a failure but diplomacy by U.S. military has been a fucking disaster as well. In fact we probably have less to show.

Ducky's here said...

... and of course there will be nothing to stop Republican "poll watchers" from challenging potential voters.

This has led to Federal restraining orders but the Rethugs have been up to their old tricks again. Most recently in New Mexico.

Voter suppression but of course my fringe right brethren will hammer on the New Black Panther Party non story to create a smoke screen.

I know, they're only trying to protect America from the Mexican hordes but maybe we need the U.N. to see that it's done legally.

-FJ the Dangerous and Extreme MAGA Jew said...

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

To date... no one "trustworthy"... but then again, there are none to be trusted. ;)

Unknown said...

Elections are nothing new to this country. Been doing it for over 200 years.
But some freaked out liberals request the UN affiliate to watch over the election to make sure no conservatives ‘disenfranchise’ folks to cast their vote. PLEASE!

If I see one at my polling place, I will hand them a copy of our Declaration of Independence to attach to their report back to the UN, and remind them, we know how to take care of ourselves. F*%& off!

Constitutional Insurgent said...

"But some freaked out liberals request the UN affiliate to watch over the election to make sure no conservatives ‘disenfranchise’ folks to cast their vote."

OSCE, which the US helped found, has monitored elections in 2004, 2008 and 2010. The blame isn't to be laid solely at the feet of liberals.

Silverfiddle said...

Are you seriously claiming that George Bush is a conservative?

It is the Democrats who love pleading their case to the UN, not Republicans.

Constitutional Insurgent said...

Bush was no Conservative, he was a Republican.

That being said, the participation of OSCE in US elections is of no conjuring by Democrats.

Silverfiddle said...

Perhaps, but I doubt Bush did it all on his own.

Go read the link I provided. Democrats have appealed to the UN on various occasions and asked them to come in and observe elections because of their fevered fantasies of voter disenfranchisement.

Constitutional Insurgent said...

I read the link, and am not disputing that liberals welcome this; nor am I surprised. The fact remains however, that the previous Administration acted on it.

Silverfiddle said...

CI: Nor am I disputing the information you have brought forward.

Ducky's here said...

Elections are nothing new to this country. Been doing it for over 200 years.

Unless you're a black or a women or ... you get the point.

-FJ the Dangerous and Extreme MAGA Jew said...

It was the 1830s before unpropertied white males could vote, duck. Perhaps NOW you get the point.

Infidel de Manahatta said...

I hope they all get arrested and find out what it's like to be on the receiving end of rape.

viburnum said...

Ducky: "Now let's step back for a second.
There was one (1) jackass with a baton in front of a polling station.
There was one (1) other member of this gang present but he wasn't holding anything.
A passerby made a phone call to police who arrived and told the two to leave."

And for the rest of the story

"When Holder also found no reason to proceed a disgruntled Bushie peddled the story to the likes of human crap pile, Andrew Breitfart."

Not exactly!

DoJ stonewalling another investigation might make for interesting reading on a rainy weekend.

viburnum said...

And on topic, I can only repeat what it says in the song. "God Bless Texas"!!!

(((Thought Criminal))) said...

Why do black voters that complain of disenfranchisement and fraud and police intimidation always seem to do so from voting districts governed and patrolled by Democrats?

Seriously, when's the last time blacks complained about being scared away from the polls by policemen in a Republican town? Or the first time? Has it ever happened?

Finntann said...

@Unless you're a black or a women or ... you get the point.

Ducky, do you have a point, other than the one on top of your head?

Blacks: US 1870 (15th Amendment)

Not that there were no problems mind you, but Hiram Revels was elected senator from Mississipi in 1870 as well as Congressman Joseph Rainey of South Carolina.

Two black senators in the 1870's, 20 black congressmen in the 1870's to 1890's and half of them were former slaves.


US Suffrage: 1920

Lets look at some OSCE member states:

Uzbekistan: 1930
England: 1928
Andora: 1970
Belgium: 1948
Bulgaria: 1938
Cyprus: 1960
France: 1944

I could go on...but it, like your statement is pointless.

Why don't you do some research before shooting off your mouth.

Want another good laugh? Take a look at the UNHRC.

Ducky's here said...

Blacks: US 1870 (15th Amendment)


Seems a little short of 200 years doesn't it?

The original poster was broadcasting the bullshit that everything was just perfect in the 18th century. History just stopped because the founding mercantilists had handed us perfection.

You know as well as i do that was what was implied in the original post.

Please come back the next time you want to be rag dolled.

Liberalmann said...

It's too bad our elections are so shady to have to bring in any watch dog. Any state which objects is a state most likely trying to cheat.

viburnum said...

Is any party that objects to Voter ID trying to perpetrate and perpetuate fraud?

Ducky's here said...

... and maybe if we were able to get rid of that creaky archaic silliness called the electoral college or find ways to implement rank order voting to encourage third parties we might be able to say we have experience.

Hell, there isn't even the right to vote in the constitution.

We've haven't done much and it's brought us the vaunted stagnant two party system.

Over two hundred years experience? Please.

viburnum said...

That archaic silliness is the best defense against populist chaos, which was it's purpose. The President should represent the entire country, not just the few states with the majority of the population.

Silverfiddle said...

"the founding mercantilists"

That says it all about Ducky.

Finntann said...

What you liberals seem to perpetually forget is we're a republic not a democracy.

Worst thing we ever did was pass the 17th amendment, from which your stagnant system derives.

The senate was supposed to be the offset against populism.

Mercantilist? You mean like the system they were fighting against in the revolution? Boston Tea Party and all that.

Society, culture, and government evolve over time and for the most part your cherished observers still lag.

Trekkie4Ever said...

What happened to nations staying out of internal affairs, especially our elections?

This is ridiculous.

FreeThinke said...

"Society, culture, and government evolve over time ..."

I'm glad you said "evolve" and not "improve."

Personally, I would have said "Societies, etc. CHANGE over time.

Unfortunately, they seem always to DEGENERATE and DIE over the long haul.

Alexander Tyler's famous "Cycle" states the case succinctly and eloquently.

Do you know of any exceptions to his, apparently, inviolable "rule?"

If so, I'd love to know about them, because from where I sit, "our" particular culture, society and [former] form of government seem to be "down" if not quite "out" yet.

At the rate things are going "we" will cease to exist as ourselves, in the very near future.

Egypt, Assyria, Phoenicia, Babylon, Greece, Rome, The Celtic Tribes of Britain, Mediaeval Europe, Renaissance Italy, Czarist Russia, The British Empire, The Third Reich ... where are they now? Or it might be more sensible to ask, “WHAT are they now?”
The same questions will, doubtless, soon be asked about the republic founded with such high-minded hope and great personal sacrifice by Jefferson, Adams, Washington, Franklin, Hamilton, et al.

The Founders, I fear, made One Great Mistake: They wrongly assumed that ALL people were essentially like themselves, and would at accordingly if given the opportunity.

They never considered the possible long range effects of the Industrial Revolution, or that figures like Marx and the Fabians, Gramsci and The Frankfurt School and the host of social, intellectual and spiritual contaminants that followed in their wake would emerge as dominant influences eager to destroy and obliterate all appreciation -- even all memory of their idealistic vision.

~ FreeThinke

Unknown said...

CI, I don't care how long they have been doing it, it's about that they are doing it at all!!

And as for your Bush founded it BS. It was founded to monitor free and fair election of new/young democracies to help establish fairness until these new countries can monitor themselves.
As for liberals freaking out The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, the NAACP and the ACLU, among other groups are the ones who have requested OSCE, this year, to monitor the election

Silverfiddle said...

Mark: Thank you for stepping in with that timely link!

The third world is here, thanks to the Democrats.

Z said...

SF! Perry has nothing to do with the story of UN observers when he's the one who's saying "Not in my state you aren't?"????

KP is absolutely right about Prop 30 (and everything else)..and our school has a liberal college counseling intern from UCLA working with our normal College Counselor and she's told 2 kids so far that she's a Democrat and they should go work for Prop 30. Completely inappropriate.
Also, she had a young woman in who didn't want Women's STudies and said so, but all the colleges the intern sent her focused greatly on liberal studies and women's studies..the girl told me later her father laughed at the idiot indoctrination. Thankfully, this girl is a strong thinker for 17. She also said to me, after that interview "But Mrs Z, I don't believe in the Democrat message! Thankfully, I'm strong and won't bow down to people who tell me how to think"

I wish there were more of her.
ANd more Perry's (tho not often a 100% fan)

Bunkerville said...

That was a hoot..thanks, I needed that.

Unknown said...

My pleasure, SF.

"and maybe if we were able to get rid of that creaky archaic silliness called the electoral college or find ways to implement rank order voting to encourage third parties we might be able to say we have experience."

Careful, your anti-constitution is showing.
Only way you get rid of the 'electoral' college is to change the constitution.

The Electoral College insulates the election of the President from the people by having the people elect not the person of the President, but the person of an Elector who is pledged to vote for a specific person for President. Though the ballot may read "Mitt Romney" or "Barack Obama," you're really voting for "John Smith" who is a Romney supporter or "Jack Jones" who is an Obama supporter.

The Electoral College is embodied in the Constitution in Article 2, Section 1, and in the 12th Amendment.

Constitutional Insurgent said...

Mark Adams - "And as for your Bush founded it BS."

I didn't write that Bush founded it. Please reread my post if you are confused. I wrote that the Bush Administration allowed them in to observe US elections.....not once, but twice.

Unknown said...

OK let me rephrase it "And as for your Bush allowed it BS" I didn't see where Mr Wilkinson answered the question.
However did you miss the part about I don't care how long it's been going on???

What is it with some folks just wanting to take the focus off the topic of this election by referring back to Bush years. It's getting pretty damn OLD!

Constitutional Insurgent said...

I would suggest not framing an argument as if it's unique to the political opposition.

Keeps ones position from being hypocritical.

Kid said...

Yea, that's fantastic.

Up yours hilrod, but not with me involved eh.

jez said...

If the UN ceased to exist, we would need something else like it. Therefore may as well contribute positively to the UN we've already got. If inspectors want to observe British elections, they're very welcome to come and see how it's done. Actually, if there are any problems in our elections, I want to know about it. I don't much care if it's the UN or a native born Englishman who discovers it, I just want it identified and fixed.

Finntann said...

How about an autocratic regime with a political agenda?

Kid said...

Hey Jez, why do we need the UN, why does the world need the UN ?

If humanitarian aid is needed somewhere and is possible the few responsible nations like USA, UK, Australia go do it.

If someone needs their ass kicked, the few responsible nations like the USA, UK and Australia go do it.

The UN sends out pedophiles and rapist into humanitarian situations and openly admits it can't and won't deal with that.

The UN is an America hate club.
The UN is a parasitic body now trying to feed off of one of the last healthy countries left on Earth, the USA.

What the F would he UN or anyone else do about election fraud ??? Our own "authorities" do jack about it.