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Forum Post: Wallker Signs 18 More Bills Into Law

Posted 4 years ago on July 8, 2013, 10:14 p.m. EST by TikiJ (-38)
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More freakin rules. Because thats what we need....more freakin rules.

Scott just signed over 150 more laws into existence.

Feds are going nuts with more laws.

Im so sick of these people trying to run our lives.



Read the Rules
[-] 2 points by shoozTroll (17632) 4 years ago

Welcome to World that ALEC wrote.

This is what Koch whores do wherever they've been put in office.

From sea to shining sea.

Which of these "laws" do you find the most egregious?

What State did you say you were in? I'm sure they are active there too.

[-] 1 points by UnitedWeStrike (6) 4 years ago

Occupy embrace UNITED WE STRIKE. En masse non compliance and stay at home strikes. No street action, or police brutality because you occupy from home. Expect a lot more laws and to get sicker; as long as we don't perpetually push back. Laws and tyranny is our future and the future of our children, unless we take sustained action en masse.


[-] 0 points by TikiJ (-38) 4 years ago

Try flushing the toilet after use, it helps :)

Are you ok?

[-] -2 points by kneelb4zod (-37) 4 years ago

Great film. In the end you find out that the dude in that hair piece the whole time? That’s Bruce Willis…the whole movie.

[-] 1 points by TikiJ (-38) 4 years ago

Hey look at that, more laws. Looks like Scott and the moron politicians did such a poor job they banned all internet...


Let Free-dum Ring.....

[-] 1 points by BradB (2693) from Washington, DC 4 years ago

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!! They have got to be the DUMBEST people on the planet

[-] 1 points by kneelb4zod (-37) 4 years ago

Did you see this? I think computers in general are beyond our govt's abilities, which is kinda scary.


Feds Mistakenly Destroy $170K Worth of IT Equipment

"It was a comedy of errors at the Commerce Department's Economic Development Administration (EDA) last year, when employees destroyed $170,000 worth of IT equipment that they mistakenly believed was infected with malware - a move that ended up costing U.S. taxpayers in excess of $2.7 million.

In the end, only two systems out of 146 were actually infected, but that didn't come to light until after desktops, printers, TVs, cameras, computer mice, and keyboards were all destroyed, according to a June report from Commerce's inspector general, which is basically a master class in why you should closely read your emails."