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More Loony leftist nonsense and a response

Sometimes it is wise to take these crazies seriously and threaten to give them what they want, IN SPADES.

The Canadians know how to handle complaints. Here is an example:

A Canadian female liberal wrote a lot of letters to the Canadian Government, complaining about the treatment of captive insurgents (terrorists) being held in Afghanistan National Correctional System facilities. She demanded a response to her letter.

She received back the following reply:

National Defence Headquarters
M Gen George R. Pearkes Bldg., 15 NT
101 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa , ON K1A 0K2
Dear Concerned Citizen,
Thank you for your recent letter expressing your profound concern of treatment of the Taliban and Al Qaeda terrorists captured by Canadian Forces, who were subsequently transferred to the Afghanistan Government and
are currently being held by Afghan officials in Afghanistan National Correctional System facilities.

Our administration takes these matters seriously and your opinions were
heard loud and clear here in Ottawa .. You will be pleased to learn, thanks to the concerns of citizens like yourself, we are creating a new department
here at the Department of National Defence, to be called ‘Liberals Accept

Responsibility for Killers’ program, or L.A.R.K. for short.

In accordance with the guidelines of this new program, we have decided, on a trial basis, to divert several terrorists and place them in homes of concerned citizens such as yourself, around the country, under those citizens personal care. Your personal detainee has been selected and is scheduled for transportation under heavily armed guard to your residence in Toronto next Monday.

Ali Mohammed Ahmed bin Mahmud is your detainee, and is to be cared for pursuant to the standards you personally demanded in your letter of complaint. You will be pleased to know that we will conduct weekly inspections to ensure that your standards of care for Ahmed are commensurate with your recommendations.

Although Ahmed is a sociopath and extremely violent, we hope that your sensitivity to what you described as his ‘attitudinal problem’ will help him overcome those character flaws. Perhaps you are correct in describing these problems as mere cultural differences. We understand that you plan to offer counselling and home schooling, however, we strongly recommend that you hire some assistant caretakers.

Please advise any Jewish friends, neighbours or relatives about your house guest, as he might get agitated or even violent, but we are sure you can reason with him. He is also expert at making a wide variety of explosive devices from common household products, so you may wish to keep those items locked up, unless in your opinion, this might offend him. Your adopted terrorist is extremely proficient in hand-to-hand combat and can extinguish human life with such simple items as a pencil or nail clippers. We advise that you do not ask him to demonstrate these skills either in your home or wherever you choose to take him while helping him adjust to life in our country.

Ahmed will not wish to interact with you or your daughters except sexually, since he views females as a form of property, thereby having no rights, including refusal of his sexual demands. This is a particularly sensitive subject for him.

You also should know that he has shown violent tendencies around women who fail to comply with the dress code that he will recommend as more appropriate attire. I’m sure you will come to enjoy the anonymity offered by the burka over time. Just remember that it is all part of respecting his culture and religious beliefs’ as described in your letter.

You take good care of Ahmed and remember that we will try to have a counsellor available to help you over any difficulties you encounter while Ahmed is adjusting to Canadian culture.

Thanks again for your concern. We truly appreciate it when folks like you keep us informed of the proper way to do our job and care for our fellow man. Good luck and God bless you.

Gordon O’Connor
Minister of National Defence

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This is for your protection, snowflakes

“I first found out about this big change in October,” Pelkey said. “I went to a Montpelier workshop for auto service station owners like me to learn more about it. Meanwhile, I had to pay to get an internet connection at my garage, then pay $1,500 for this equipment which I can’t open yet. I was told my business will be charged $2.41 each time I use the smart pad to do a vehicle inspection.”

We of the noble State Poobahs, cannot let some low grade Granolas and Woodchucks get away with stealing some inspection stickers or shopping the beater around so that it will pass inspection to save on the fee. No sir we cannot and will not allow that. Here’s our solution; Massive oppression.
From the literate pens at:watchdog-logo-lou

Big Brother will be watching Vermont’s motor vehicle inspections

After decades of using ink pens and carbon-paper record books for vehicle inspection work, the Green Mountain State is going digital and adopting the Automated Vehicle Inspection Program.

The move away from paper inspection records to centralized internet-based data collecting is part of the state’s attempt to reduce inspection fraud and so-called sticker shopping by some vehicle owners.

Following a competitive bidding process in 2016, Vermont contracted California-based Parsons, an international engineering services firm, to provide AVIP administration services, maintenance and support, inspection equipment and a technical support hotline for participating Vermont auto service centers.

According to Parsons’ website, the company inspects 2.3 million vehicles annually and maintains 121 inspection lanes at 29 state-owned inspection facilities.

Using AVIP, as a vehicle is inspected, diagnostic data and digital images of the vehicle will be immediately sent to the Department of Motor Vehicles computer database via the internet. [snip]

Stolen inspection stickers

Approximately 970 of Vermont’s 1,400 official state inspection stations have signed up for AVIP, Pelkey told Watchdog. However, he is aware of only 21 smaller inspections stations, so far, opting out of doing vehicle inspections entirely. “They probably don’t want to pay to connect to the internet (and pay a monthly connection fee) as well as out-of-pocket expenses for the equipment,” he surmised.

“This is supposed to cut down on inspection fraud,” Pelkey said, “but I am not so sure. This might end up being counterproductive by increasing sticker theft in the long run. I also think it’s going to hurt Vermonters on fixed incomes as well as struggling working people.”

Pelkey noted that the Vermont State Police and DMV last month began investigating the theft of inspection tickets at two Rutland-area automobile dealerships, Brileya Jeep-Chrysler and Shearer Honda. “It’s starting already,” he said.

The AVIP smart pad will record everything about a vehicle when the owner brings it for an inspection, from a check-engine light to an underinflated tire sensor warning.

“It used to be that some inspectors let very minor things go to help out a cash-strapped customer,” he said. “Not anymore. The smart pad will record everything and then that’s all uploaded to Montpelier.”

Looks like Vermont has another source of money that isn’t called a tax but burns the pocket just like a tax. Current cost of an inspection is $45; with the cost of new equipment, internet hookup, state charge for each inspection connection, you can believe those fees will go up to $60-$65.
For the amount of work in doing an inspection, there isn’t very much money in it.

Interesting, South Carolina doesn’t inspect motor vehicles for safety. You are required to keep your vehicle in a safe operating condition.
If you get stopped for a traffic violation, the officer can do a safety check on the vehicle. If it fails, the summons will be issued and the vehicle must be brought to a safe condition. The fines are not cheap; one wold wish they took care of the vehicle. In case of an accident, an unsafe vehicle is considered to be at fault and the law deals with that in court and more problems arise for the operator.

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