Sunday, August 24, 2008

Here We Go Again

Another psycho incident on the Denver bus system. An apparently anti-social woman equates being asked to share a bench seat with "being violated."

Friday, August 22, 2008

Obama Constituent Threatens McCain

We already know that jail bait, drug users, winos, and other assorted social outcasts, misfits, racial greivance lobbies and Marxists are the traditional voting base of the Democratic Party. This threat letter only goes to prove the point. I suspected it was an angry black person, even before I heard the letter came from a prison inmate. A little logic goes a long way.

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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Shocker: Mayoral Pot Committee Says Ignore Pot Laws

If Denver residents aren't crackheads they're potheads. With the passage of a legally irrelevant ordinance (written by a disingenous group of potheads called SAFER) which calls for relaxation of enforcement of marijuana possession laws by setting pot prosecutions a low priority (and so making it all but legal), the Denver Marijuana Policy Review Panel which was formed as part of this ordinance has released a memorandum telling the Denver Police to lay off potheads during the Democratic National Convention. Yes, these potheads are so committed to their Cheech & Chong lifestyle that they've suckered the public into passing an ordinance in which we are all forced to pay for a Pothead Panel. SAFER has pushed its agenda by saying that the police would be freed from pursuing potheads (without offering proof that the police are burdened by pot laws) so they can handle other matters. Police don't "pursue" potheads anyway. If they're caught with the stuff after being stopped for something else, or if they're seen smoking a fat blunt in public (maybe) they'll get cited. Now of course if you consider the public cost of this Pothead Panel, we could just as easily use that money to hire more police officers to enforce all existing laws (thereby unburdening them!) rather than dishonestly trying to sneak certain offenses past on a childishly transparent pretext of public safety which crumbles under logical analysis. You have to wonder how many drug dealers belong to this group.

Part of the resolution reads,

The Marijuana Policy Review Panel recommends that the Denver Police Department should refrain from arresting, detaining, or issuing a citation to any adult 21 years of age or older for the private possession of up to one ounce of marijuana during the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

So far the Denver Police and Denver DA aren't interested in ignoring the law in favor of potheads nor ignoring the connection between marijuana smuggling and widespread gang violence. Bummer, dude.

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Saturday, August 16, 2008

Update: "Open House" at Invesco Field

After getting the runaround via email I finally confirmed it. Yep.. It's a hoax. I just got off the telephone with the Obama HQ office that is doing the ticket distribution. During the 2 days of call-backs of selectionees I was not contacted at all. I was just told that only people who were selected were contacted. He had no explanation of why I was rejected after my early request the first few hours of the application process. My early application has meant nothing, and I don't believe for a minute that the entirety of the throngs of drooling Obamabots who applied after me were likewise rejected for tickets. The only explanation, then, is that there was in fact some sort of vetting process for applicants. Non-Democrats, non contributors and other unknowns were sifted out. There is no other logical explanation. Obama doesn't want thousands of hecklers in that stadium while he's waxing righteous on worldwide television. It was a public relations ploy, and nothing more.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Hoax: DNC "Open House" at Invesco Field

The Democratic National Committee is offering 30,000 free seats to Colorado residents at Invesco Field for Barack Obama's acceptance speech which they are touting as a "historical event" which wouldn't be one except the Democrats are indirectly pushing the race issue in calling it such. So much for post-racial.

The DNCC advertised these seats as being open to the whole of the community, regardless of political affiliation, first come, first serve. They gave no indication of disqualifying factors other than ability to travel to the event and have a verifiable identity. Logically speaking, this makes little sense. I was proven correct as I applied for two "community credentials" only hours after the DNC began accepting applications. My submission was well within the window of available seating, therefore numerically, I should have been guaranteed credentials. My application, however, has gone down the memory hole. I had my suspicions verified today by the Denver comPost's audio news report called Obamarama Ticket Update. The announcer declared that he had recieved an email from the DNCC inquiring if he was still interested in the credentials, and whom to contact about it. I received no such email. All that did happen on my end was that after I submitted my application for credentials, I was kindly added to the Obama campaign's spam email list.

As Obama's public appearances - especially those on television - are known to be controlled, scripted and coreographed as much as possible, its highly unlikely that his crowning moment at the Democratic Convention would be any less. Just letting anyone in could end up disruption, his speech among his flock being submerged in waves of booing and jeering on worldwide television. More likely, then, that the general public offering was a public relations ploy of sorts to boast the number of people applying for access credentials by making it appear as if all those people really just love Obama and he loves them back. In reality, they've undoubtedly subject all applications to a secretive selection process likely beginning with the email address of submitters checked with the Obama campaign for contributions, campaign activity, and membership in the Colorado Democratic Party. Undoubtedly applicants who ticked the "volunteer" box with their submissions also were bounced to the front of the pecking order. As I am not a volunteer, nor donor, nor Democrat, I have been tossed by the wayside.

I have joined the ranks of those who have been Thrown Under the Bus™.

Friday, August 1, 2008

Morning on a Denver Doorstep

You have to love the internet and the video camera. Put the two together, and you get a fine picture of Denver living.