Despite the atrocities of Boston’s police-state, there’s some heartening news elsewhere: the sponges and thugs at various agencies are whining about their hardships thanks to sequestration’s enforced “furloughs.” (Ha! Love it any time these curs who routinely force everyone else to fulfill their whims receive a taste of their own medicine!) They are “suffer[ing]” lower “morale,” according to “Charles Orzehoskie, president of the American Federation of Government Employees’ local representing EPA workers. ‘Some people will have trouble making mortgage payments.'” You mean like the Americans who’ve lost homes thanks in part to the taxes the EPA consumes? Wonderful! Here’s hoping every single one of these merciless thieves feels the agony they have inflicted for so long on their betters! “Some people [sic for ‘freeloaders’] will have trouble making car payments.” Terrific! “There’s a lot of anxiety about this.’” Aaaaaaawwwwwwww.
Never let it be said that a unionist didn’t bellyache at mythic length. True to form, Orzehoskie continued: “morale at the EPA has suffered, both from the prospect of losing pay and public vilification of federal workers.” Yeehaw!!!!! “’I don’t think it’s ever been this bad, and it’s getting worse,’ Orzehoskie said. ‘Being denigrated, attacked financially — yeah, it affects performance.’” We can only pray it “affects performance” so much that these bloodsuckers leave citizens in peace to pursue their lives and business.
Can you stand more good news? ”… the uncertainty has been wearing for many federal workers. ‘Employees are frustrated and angry,’ said Colleen M. Kelley, president of the National Treasury Employees Union, which estimates that 115,000 of the workers it represents face a loss of pay ranging from one week to nearly three weeks over the next five months.” Oh, hallelujah! Would that they faced a loss of all the loot they steal from us!
Now if we can only sequestrate the rest of these leeches and criminals, we could steer the country back toward sanity!8:30 am on April 22, 2013 Email Becky Akers