Monday, March 30, 2009

The What, Now?

This is the general response from our civil servants when we, their employers, mention that little contract that we had them sign... complete ignorance.

They have no idea what the thing says, what it means, or what bearing it has on their occupation of professional politician.

For instance, these knuckleheads (including the head of the Federal Reserve, a non-governmental agency) show off their disregard for that useless piece of paper:



These ignorant fools don't even know the difference between the Constitution and bylaws, referring to the bylaws as "the laws of the land". He needs to read the actual Law of the Land, in which is written what is referred to as "The Supremacy Clause". (Double click for the text thereof.)

When it comes to our founding documents our servants are sort of like this guy, who portrays a modern civil servant more accurately than intended:

2 comments:

fuzzys dad said...

You make a great point. These idiots scare me.

Son3 said...

Thank you, FD!

It is frightening, huh?

"Officer, if you can point to the Constitutional provision that allows you to search my vehicle without cause, you may; otherwise, don't tread on me!"

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