Maryland Bans SENDING Text Messages While Driving

Hit ’10’ and ‘2’ on wheel, not cell — baltimoresun.com.

The idiot above is in favor of the new Maryland ‘Sending’ text ban, which goes into effect October 1st.  Probably one of these guys who can’t piss and fart at the same time.  He does bring up some good questions about enforcement, so give it a look.  More information can be found about it here.

Do NOT Allow Police to Intimidate You!  EVER!

Is it a good idea to text and drive?  Surely not, at least not for most people.  I’ve seen  morons drive, and frankly it amazes me that they can pull that off without crashing every time out.  It’s also not a good idea to drive and:

  • Apply makeup
  • Shave – ANYTHING
  • TALK on your cellphone (see Lloyd’s take on this here)
  • Search your iPod
  • Scramble for the lit cigarette you dropped
  • Change the DVD (don’t get me started on THAT) for the idiots in the back seat
  • Finger your butthole
  • Finger someone else’s butthole
  • Search for wet-naps re: the last two items

Do we legislate against these activities?  Not in Maryland.  I think Texas or Arizona do have butthole legislation, however.  Sadly, this isn’t about whether you CAN safely accomplish these activities or not.  It’s about your freedom, and they’re being oppressed in a HUGE way with this moronic law.

As with most legislation which infringes on our rights and liberties, this one is sure to square off Police vs Citizens for the sole reason that it’s considered a ‘Primary’ offense.

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Obama Legal Challenges Mount

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(courtesy WorldEarth.org’s Myspace posting)

Phillip Berg from Obamacrimes.com just published this full page ad in The Washington Times National Weekly Edition.

PDF Copy of the ad is here.

In other things going on in the ongoing legal drama…: Continue reading

Masturbation, Political Convention Style

What the hell is it these days with Democrats?

Back in May, I complained vehemently about the dramatic, drawn-out affair with Michigan and Florida – where the Democrats decided that votes from these States would not count towards the nomination.

Taking these votes fully swung the primaries in Obama’s favor.  It was a tactical and strategic move which has paid off, but it only paid off because the average American has a short memory span. Continue reading