Voter’s Guide to Throwing the Bums Out

Follow these three simple guidelines to maximize the impact of your vote next week:

1) If it costs money, vote against it.

2) If asked “Should so-and-so be retained?” answer NO.

3) When in doubt, vote against the incumbent. It will take the new guy a few weeks to get up to speed on fucking over the public, so we’ll at least get a brief respite.

Whore told not to have any more kids or go to jail… So everyone is mad at the judge now…..

Good idea, and I applaud the judge. She is a criminal. What is the point of having courts and judges if they can’t impose a sentance onto someone? The bitch needs to shut her legs, shut up and stop being a whore.

ST. JOSEPH, MO. — A St. Joseph mother got probation after a guilty plea to forgery, hoping to avoid jail time. Her probation comes with an unusual condition.

Mandy Nelson, 26, has three little boys. When she entered a guilty plea, a Buchanan County judge told her to avoid violating probation and she could have no more babies out of wedlock.

Nelson’s forgery charge was her second conviction and faced 4-years behind bars. Buchanan County Judge Daniel Kellogg offered probation.

“Then we got to the probation conditions and he threw one out at me,” Nelson said laughing.

Besides having to get her GED, perform community service and pay restitution, the mother of three was told no more children out of wedlock.

“I was shocked. I was shocked,” Nelson said. “I never heard anything like this before.”

According to the Chairman of Probation and Parole for the Missouri Department of Corrections it’s an extremely rare special condition.

Nelson said no matter how you feel about her probation, it really doesn’t make a difference. She said after the birth of her third son, she made sure she wasn’t having any more kids.

“I’ve had my tubes tied and burnt,” Nelson said. “So there’s no way I can have a baby anymore.”

Nelson said she might have understood the condition if she had been charged with child abuse or neglect, but in this case she’s still wondering about the judge’s message.

“I think that’s what he was trying to say,” Nelson said. “She’s in here on a forgery case. She don’t need to have no more kids.”

Judge Daniel Kellogg said the sentence was common sense, after Nelson told him she was struggling financially. He says it’s wasn’t a moral judgement, just a way for Nelson to help her situation.

As for Nelson, she plans to get her GED and become a licensed nurse practitioner.

TheKansasCityChannel.com – Commitment 2006 – Republican’s Letter Threatens Hispanic Voters

A republican trying to scare voters? Lies!

TheKansasCityChannel.com – Commitment 2006 – Republican’s Letter Threatens Hispanic Voters

SANTA ANA, Calif. — State investigators have linked a Republican campaign to letters sent to thousands of Orange County Hispanics warning them they could go to jail or be deported if they vote next month, a spokesman for the attorney general said.”We have identified where we believe the mailing list was obtained,” said Nathan Barankin, spokesman for Attorney General Bill Lockyer.

He declined to identify the specific Republican campaign Wednesday, citing the ongoing investigation.

The Los Angeles Times and The Orange County Register both reported Thursday that the investigation appeared to be focused on the campaign of Tan D. Nguyen, a Republican who immigrated to the U.S. from Vietnam as a child and is now challenging Democratic Rep. Loretta Sanchez for her seat in Congress. Nguyen’s Web site says he opposes illegal immigration.

The letter, written in Spanish, tells recipients: “You are advised that if your residence in this country is illegal or you are an immigrant, voting in a federal election is a crime that could result in jail time.”

In fact, immigrants who are naturalized U.S. citizens can vote.

Complaints about the letters this week prompted state and federal investigations, and Barankin said investigators had been questioning people in Orange County.

The two newspapers reported state investigators had found the location where the letters were printed and mailed to an estimated 14,000 Democratic voters in central Orange County. The Los Angeles Times, citing an unnamed source, said authorities had interviewed Nguyen at his office.

Nguyen did not return messages left by The Associated Press or either newspaper.

Sanchez said in an interview Thursday on Univision that the sender should be punished for stating that immigrants can’t vote. It would be unfortunate if the person responsible was another immigrant, she said.

“What a shame, really, that this is still happening in the United States today,” Sanchez said.

The owner of Huntington Beach-based Mailing Pros, Christopher West, told The Orange County Register that he was hired to do the mailings but didn’t know what they said and didn’t know any laws were being broken when the mailer was sent. He said he gave investigators the name of the person who hired him.

“I’m the one that processed it, and I don’t read Spanish,” West said. “Until the investigator read it to me, I didn’t know the content.”

Scott Baugh, chairman of the Orange County Republican Party, condemned the letter as “an obnoxious, grotesque piece of work.”

“Regardless of who did it — Republican or Democrat — if it’s a crime, then whoever did it should be prosecuted,” Baugh said.

A group of six Vietnamese-American political candidates running for offices in Orange County issued a joint statement saying: “The content of this mailer is offensive to the immigrant voters, regardless of their ethnicity.”

The note’s letterhead resembles that of an anti-illegal immigration group, California Coalition for Immigration Reform, but group leader Barbara Coe said she told investigators for the attorney general’s office Wednesday that her group didn’t authorize the letter and she didn’t know who sent it.

“The letterhead was altered and I’ve never head of any Sergio Ramirez,” the name signed to the letter, Coe said.

Numerous political leaders including Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger have denounced the letter and called for the investigations.

S.C. Councilman: Sterilize Bad Parents

This is a great idea. Human beings are animals too. We sometimes forget that we are animals and think that we can solve all our problems through persuasion or conditioning. But I have long thought that some people should not be parents. They are too stupid, violent or just incapable of being parents. Sure they can be the mother and father, but they can’t parents. This is something that is often forgotten. Its easy to make a baby. Very easy, and usually fun, unless you are too drunk to remember it, or the chick was a bad lay. And the bad lay part is more common that most people think. Still I think that people should stop being so selfish and realize that they don’t need 9 kids anymore. 2 is enough. Not 8.
S.C. Councilman: Sterilize Bad Parents

CHARLESTON, S.C. — A City Council member, reacting to a video store holdup believed to have been carried out by children, says parents who can’t properly care for their kids should be sterilized.

“We pick up stray animals and spay them,” Larry Shirley said in a story published Saturday by The Post and Courier of Charleston. “These mothers need to be spayed if they can’t take care of theirs. Once they have a child and it’s running the street, to let them continue to have children is totally unacceptable.”

Shirley’s comments come after police say a video store was held up by a group of children, including a 14-year-old girl suspected of wielding a BB gun that looked like a pistol.

The holdup happened about 9 p.m. Wednesday at a Hollywood Video store. A 14-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy were charged as juveniles with armed robbery. A 9-year-old boy was not charged because police said he was too young. He was released to his mother.

“What we’ve got is a failure in society, whether it’s in Mount Pleasant with yuppie parents or whether it’s on the East Side with poor crackhead parents,” he said, referring to areas in and around Charleston.

State Sen. Robert Ford, a Charleston Democrat, agreed that the crime highlights a societal problem but dismissed Shirley’s suggestion to sterilize people as “crazy.”

“What Larry Shirley needs to talk about is getting City Council to provide some recreational facilities and activities for these kids and creating an atmosphere conducive to a normal society,” said Ford, also a former councilman