Now for some good news: The police officer from New Jersey who doesn't believe that he has to follow the Constitution because his right wing-nut leaders told him that president Obama himself doesn't do it, has resigned.
It couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. But don't worry, sir, you will be on FOX VIEWS very soon, and you will be getting support and donations from all over the country. Heck if you play your cards right you will earn three times as much money as a right wing-nut huckster than you would have as a police officer.
"Recine was facing off with someone filming inside a government building. They argued, Recine shot down the man’s rights to film in a public building, and said, “Obama has decimated the friggin’ Constitution, so I don’t give a damn, ’cause if he doesn’t follow the Constitution, we don’t have to.”
Well, this morning, Recine gave his resignation, while he was under investigation over the comments."
Don't worry sir, you will still get those pension checks. Just don't spend all of the first one in the same place.
Then there are these conservative brothers out here making off the wall statements.
If you are a black right wing-nut you have to say really dumb and outrageous shit to impress the other right wing-nuts. Otherwise they won't give you your right wing-nut card.
"This week, the Walgreens corporation announced that it would not pursue the increasingly popular inversion maneuver to become a Swiss company after completing its takeover of the European brand Alliance Boots. The decision to remain a U.S.-based company, despite the massive tax bill it could have avoiding by inverting, was hailed as patriotic by those, including President Barack Obama, who have publicly assailed the practice. But according to Fox Business host Charles Payne, it was a “shameful” move.
Neil Cavuto brought up the story on his Fox News show Wednesday, noting that the Obama administration is currently weighing executive action that would “punish companies” by closing the loophole that currently allows them to avoid taxes by transferring their headquarters overseas.
“I think he scored a huge victory today,” Payne said of Obama, “when the CEO of Walgreens — they made an acquisition of a company, they had an opportunity to do inversion. Instead they said no, we won’t.” He said that decision caused Walgreens stock to lose $10 billion in value and will lose billions more in profits that they would not have to pay have they inverted and left the U.S.
“So essentially, the CEO of Walgreens destroyed capitalism, shareholder rights,” Payne continued. “He not only blinked, he gave the president so much ammunition.” He added, “It was one of the most shameful moves I’ve seen a CEO do in a long time.”
“Sounds like the guy folded like a cheap suit,” Cavuto added." [Source]
Sounds like someone got their right wing-nut card.
Clueless Negro number two:
"On Fox News, Dr. Ben Carson, who has a 2016 presidential campaign chairman-in waiting, was asked for his thoughts on the U.S. Ebola scare currently being fanned by the media.
Carson said Americans should educate themselves on the virus but said government health policy should be to protect the country against a “worst-case scenario.” An example of that scenario involved a hospital lab worker being bribed $1 million for access to urine that contains Ebola.
“Someone comes up to a lab worker,” Carson hypothesized, “He knows he’s got the urine; ‘How would you like to have a million dollars?’ A little transaction there…”
“Such things have been known to happen,” he said. [Source]
I need some help here, Dr. Ben. When, exactly, did something like this ever happen?
Oh never mind, just step right up and get your right wing-nut card.