This Week in a Nutshell

Whelp! It’s official; my blood pressure is significantly higher today than it was on Sunday. To begin, I was born and raised in Boston (but I’m Conservative), it’s my hometown, and while living across the country, it has been a punch in the stomach to watch the events unfold. In the wake of the latest information, I have also lost all faith in our immigration system. Seem odd in the midst of a week filled with explosions and gun control reform? I know.

My whole family is in Boston, and a whole lot of great friends I grew up with. Fortunately, they're all safe as of now. It's incredibly disheartening to see your hometown under attack, but it has also been so enlightening to see a city and our nation come together.

Unfortunately, that was Monday, and now it's Friday and this has shaped up to be arguably the worst week in our lives. We went from Marathon Monday explosions, to gun control drama, to a devastating fertilizer plant explosion, and now a manhunt for the human garbage responsible for the Boston Bombing.

When I read this statement on the Onion, I thought it was perfection. " 'Maybe next time we have a week, they can try not to pack it completely to the [expletive] brim with explosions, mutilations, death, manhunts, lies, weeping, and the utter uselessness of our political system,' said basically every person in America who isn't comatose or a complete sociopath."

As for the immigration rant: They have "secured the Canadian border" north of New England to prevent "Suspect #2" from fleeing the country. I'd bet my bottom dollar that border rapidly became more secure than the other border just south of me. Meanwhile, they've disclosed information that the two Boston Bombers were granted asylum with citizenship and a green card to live in this country. Ironic, that my fiancé, an Australian, and I just finished the paperwork for a green card. After endless hours of paperwork and a couple thousand dollars, a tax-paying professional on a sponsored work visa for the past 12 years, awaits approval, but those two [expletives] just "walk" right in.

The immigration system is failing. If they want to grant a pathway to citizenship, start with law-abiding, tax-paying professionals, who actually contribute to our society. It's so backwards, it's so messed up, and it really grinds my gears if you couldn't tell. (If someone wants to make the argument here that immigrants are taking American jobs, most sponsored work visas are made by selection, which means employers feel only that person can do the specific job #factcheck).

So that's where I'm at 4.5 days after this unforgettable week began.

Posted by bigtex at April 19, 2013 7:31 PM
Comments
Comment #364636

Tex,

For a country that seems to thrive on melodrama why are you surprised?
Watching people beat the crap out of each other, real or not, has become one of America’s favorite pastimes.

The true irony of this country is that The Onion has more reality in one of it’s satires than all of “reality TV” has had in decades. The terrorist porn that we all have been pummeled with for the last week is a mere drop in the bucket compared with other “news” stories that dragged on for months or even years.

I don’t wish to minimize the horrific injuries, and loss of life suffered last Monday.

That said, however, when a US Senator can suggest that we should eschew the Miranda rights of this criminal, yet a background check to buy a weapon is just too much to ask, something is very wrong in America.

Rocky

Posted by: Rocky Marks at April 20, 2013 9:23 AM
Comment #364637

Good point about the securing of the Northern border, how true.

Yes, our immigration system is a joke.

From what I understand; when these people were granted access to the country, they immediately began drawing government welfare.

Another very scary situation unfolded in Mass. Martial law was basically instituted, people were not allowed to leave their homes, they were huddled in their homes in fear of a lone terrorist, while US troops and swat teams roamed the streets and did house to house searches at will. I wonder how many of these residents owned weapons and knew how to protect themselves. I’m glad they caught the bad guys, but there is something very disturbing about what is taking place in America. I found two articles that speak of this incident:

http://watchmanscry.com/article_dead_men.html

http://blog.independent.org/2013/04/19/what-is-the-threshold-for-martial-law/

Yes, it was an extraordinary week. The president of the United States, with the help of Democrat politicians tried to institute the first stages of gun confiscation; instead of investigating the news, the media lobbied Congress to pass gun control; and while US troops cannot protect our borders, they are able to march through the streets of American cities. As one writer said, “Amerika” will never be the same.

Posted by: CasperWY at April 20, 2013 9:41 AM
Comment #364655

Bookends for the week include Texas Governor Perry bragging about Texas and its “reasonable regulations” for starters.

“Our low taxes, reasonable regulations, fair courts and world-class workforce have become a big part of what Texas is all about, and I can’t see us changing that basic formula anytime in the foreseeable future.”
http://governor.state.tx.us/news/speech/18364/

And just days later conservative Texas representatives asking for Federal help for the town and company benefiting from the lax regulations that blew up the town of West leaving 14 dead and 200 injured. The same representatives that voted against helping Hurricane Sandy with Federal aid. Perhaps they should ask for some zoning regulations as well.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/04/19/cruz-called-sandy-aid-pork-but-wants-all-available-resources-after-texas-blast/


Posted by: j2t2 at April 21, 2013 11:18 AM
Comment #364657

j2t2

We may disagree with the system, but if you are forced to pay in, it is silly not to take your share.

If you, I and three others put our money in to go to a restaurant. The four of us decide to go to and Italian restaurant. You prefer Chinese. Do you just tell us to keep the money or do you go for the Italian food.

Posted by: C&J at April 21, 2013 2:01 PM
Comment #364662

C&J, were I a conservative representing Texas it seems I would tell you the Italian restaurant was loaded with pork and vote against it. Then I would eat the Chinese food and insist the same people I bad mouthed pay for it.

The hypocrisy demonstrated by these Texas conservatives shows us just how corrupted Conservative principles are. Had they one ounce of integrity they would tell us they don’t need the feds and their money. They would insist the state of Texas solves it’s own problem instead of tucking tail and running to Big government for help. They would show us how conservative principles are pragmatic and effective in the running of government.

Your defense of these representatives saddens me C&J. You have told us it is conservative principals not conservative principles that is more important.

One town of 2800 people in a state with 26 million people, 5 square miles in a state of 2,268,580 square miles and these conservative representatives need the help of Uncle Sam, while telling us 17 million people sustaining damage of $50 billion don’t.


http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57580559/obama-pledges-federal-aid-to-west-texas/

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/01/fema-disaster-area-map-population-infographic_n_2059450.html

Posted by: j2t2 at April 21, 2013 9:15 PM
Comment #364663

j2t2

The people of Texas pay taxes. If they were freed from taxes, then you could ask them not to accept the money. But it would be silly for them to pay in and then not accept money.

I understand that in your world, you would like to take their money and then keep it on the basis that they do not support bigger government.

Many liberals don’t support strong police. Does that mean that in an event that they are victims of crime that they should reject help from the cops?

I find this liberal idea that conservatives are hypocrites itself hypocritical.

We have talked many times re SS. I am willing to take less than I paid in for the general good. You liberals want to take my money and get back all of your own and screw the young people. So until you are more generous yourself, you have no moral standing to say anything about this sort of thing.

Re being corrupted - you have a point but it is aimed at the wrong problem. I have explained to you on some occasions. It is a danger of big government that it bribes people with their own money and sometimes makes it difficult for them to help themselves.

Finally, there are legitimate exercises of Federal authority. I will not allow you to attack that straw man that conservatives want no government or do not participate. I serve my country more effectively than most liberals do. The difference is that I still believe in what John Kennedy said about asking less what my country can do for me, but what I can do for my country. I don’t consider demanding more for myself as a form of patriotism. I regret that many of you have lost sight of that.

Posted by: C&J at April 21, 2013 9:33 PM
Comment #364664
The people of Texas pay taxes. If they were freed from taxes, then you could ask them not to accept the money. But it would be silly for them to pay in and then not accept money.

Exactly, C&J, why then did they vote against Hurricane Sandy victims? Texas already receives more than iot pays to the feds.

Many liberals don’t support strong police. Does that mean that in an event that they are victims of crime that they should reject help from the cops?

Speaking of strawman C&J this is an excellent example.

Finally, there are legitimate exercises of Federal authority. I will not allow you to attack that straw man that conservatives want no government or do not participate.

Nice try C&J but these very same representatives voted against Federal aid for Hurricane Sandy victims. What does that say of hypocritical conservative principles?

…The difference is that I still believe in what John Kennedy said about asking less what my country can do for me, but what I can do for my country.
Then how can you defend these conservative representatives from Texas and their actions? They receive more than they give whilst complaining about the national debt. They would deny others what they demand for themselves. They tell us their principles cannot be comprised whilst comprising their principles when it is convenient to do so. Conservatives like yourself defend this, I simply find it amazing that you would do so. Especially by quoting JFK ;)

I don’t consider demanding more for myself as a form of patriotism. I regret that many of you have lost sight of that.

I agree these Texas representatives are not patriotic in the least. I would also suggest they are lacking in principles as well.

Certainly in this instance with the damage being localized they could exercise their principles instead of running to the Feds for help. After all the 17 million up north that already supports them with tax dollars certainly didn’t deserve help from the feds according to them.

Posted by: j2t2 at April 21, 2013 10:44 PM
Comment #364675

j2t2

Re defending the Texans - I got no dog in that fight. I regret that they did not act in accordance with conservative principles and I am not defending that lapse. I am merely explaining the behavior. We are talking politics and incentives. “Victims” will always ask for more than payers want to give them. I would prefer a system that asked less and gave less. If we are working in the system we have, however, we have to live with it.


I resist sending money and we have to be careful not to be overly swayed by the human desire to help. This is very hard. People use it to get more.

I think everyone should be insured privately or assume risk themselves. In the case of major disasters, government should rebuilt its infrastructure but give nothing to private firms or individuals. But most people disagree with me.

Re voting against Sandy aid - I thought is was excessive and would have likely voted against it. I also would likely vote against the Texas aid. But again, we are talking politics. Presumably anybody who is mad about Sandy can retaliate in this case, if they feel that way.

RE JFK - I take responsibility for what I do. I am pointing out that the ideas I express re SS are much closer to this ideal than your rather selfish ones.

Posted by: C&J at April 22, 2013 5:10 PM
Comment #364730

Politics and incentives! When you banter about such terms as small government, fiscal responsibility, nanny state, and such then take the first opportunity to become part of the problem it is as hypocritical as hypocritical can be. These Texas representatives are blowhards that lack integrity and morals.

This tragedy in West exemplifies the failure of conservatism and the “free market” that conservatism has turned loose on this country and the world IMHO C&J. The lax regulations and loose enforcement of these regulations Texas is famous for is as much to blame for this tragedy as the Company that stored tons of explosives on their site less than 3000 feet from schools. The constant whining about regulations by conservatives, the budget cuts the keep enforcement of existing regulations low is the fault of conservative lawmakers such as Cruz and crew.

To add insult to injury these lowlifes now want the rest of us to foot the bill. It is their job you claim. Well fine but at what point in time should they realize their conservative “values” are wrong? When should they change the rhetoric they spout?

Here is an interesting bit on the issue.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/22/west-fertilizer_n_3134202.html?utm_hp_ref=business

Posted by: j2t2 at April 23, 2013 11:22 AM
Comment #364747

j2t2

It is simple. If you create a system that permits people to use government power to their advantage, they will do so.

That is why I do not believe in allowing power to pool and concentrate. Our Founding Fathers specifically chose NOT to make our system dependent on virtue. They understood that politics will corrupt virtue. For that reason, they diluted and balanced power, limiting the strong power of the state.

Re regulation - your Huffington Post article mentions how the EPA and OSHA failed to detect problems. These were the relevant regulators of these hazardous materials. You want to blame Texas, but these are Federal responsibilities. Obama was elected in 2008. His people have been running those things since he took office. If there is blame to be fixed, this is where it belongs.

BTW - thank you for the article that clearly states this. I don’t know why posted it, except perhaps in Adrienne style you were fooled by emotion and did not understand it purport.

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When I made the statement “The constant whining about regulations by conservatives, the budget cuts the keep enforcement of existing regulations low is the fault of conservative lawmakers such as Cruz and crew.” did the thought that I might be talking about the same issue you try to use as some sort of a insult? It should have. Trying to blame Obama for the lack of regulators is just foolish C&J. Conservatives have been weakening the EPA for years now. and this is a result of conservatism, how simply is that to understand.

But keep defending the conservatives and their lack of integrity, it is amusing to watch.

Posted by: j2t2 at April 25, 2013 9:48 PM
Comment #364929

j2t2

Obama was elected in 2008. At that time, Democrats controlled both houses of congress the House and Senate and had done since the elections of 2006. Republicans took control of the House in 2010, but Democrats kept the Senate and the presidency.

EPA and OSHA are Federal agencies. They are the responsibility of the president with oversight by congress.

I know that as far as you know everything good is done by liberals and everything bad by conservatives, even when liberals do it. I also know that you are hateful and want to blame someone for every misfortune, such that you blame Cruz, who is one senator out of 100 for something that happened only a few months after he took office, but hold blameless Obama, who is the only president, and various Democratic senators and members of congress who have been around for decades.

I can see a wide variety of systemic problems. The world is less black and white than you imagine and finding the one to blame is a less certain process than you think.

Re linking to articles - if you read the articles I link, you will find them various perspectives. My sources of information are significantly more varied than yours, judging by your links.

BTW - when you use terms like “Cruz and crew” or “tea baggers” you merely reveal your limited ability to understand complexity. Your need to label is something many of gave up in sophomore year.

Posted by: C&J at April 25, 2013 10:27 PM
Comment #364975


C&J, really getting petty aren’t you?
It seems you are in denial that conservatives have been trying to rid us of the EPA.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/10/obama-addresses-epa-staff_n_1195982.html

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703385404576258550820756980.html

http://factcheck.org/2013/03/cruz-paul-a-menagerie-of-misinformation/

http://www.tedcruz.org/blog/2012/01/09/obama-subverts-constitution-again-through-epa-fiat/

Sop continue your misdirected blathering and personal attacks but the facts remain Cruz is now seeking money because Texas cannot handle their own problems. Or as you say they are just opportunist getting every dime they can despite telling the rest of us we shouldn’t.

Posted by: j2t2 at April 26, 2013 9:37 PM
Comment #364979

j2t2

Cruz is playing politics as all politicians do. I am not defending him or politics in general. I never have. In fact, that is why I dislike putting anything into the political system.

I am merely pointing out that you cannot blame a man who has been in office only a few months for the accident. I also point out that the regulation was mostly up to the EPA and OSHA, run by Obama for the last going on five years. If you want to blame anybody for poor regulation of these things, it is the Obama folks that are in charge of it. If they cannot handle the job, it is not the fault of anybody else.

Re being petty - you keep on telling me that somehow my sources are narrow and right wing. Your contention is objectively false. Yet you keep on saying it, so I figure you must either not be paying attention or must be stupid. Since I reject the idea that you are merely stupid, I assume you are not paying attention, so I point it out to you again.

Posted by: C&J at April 26, 2013 10:27 PM
Comment #365097
I am merely pointing out that you cannot blame a man who has been in office only a few months for the accident.

C&J, I am not blaming Cruz for causing this particular accident. I have simply pointed out how he wants to rid the country of the EPA and along with other conservatives has worked to make the EPA small.

I also point out that the regulation was mostly up to the EPA and OSHA, run by Obama for the last going on five years.

I don’t blame the EPA for this accident either, that would be akin to blaming the cops for the bank getting robbed. However the repubs have won significant cutbacks in funding the EPA. You can’t have it both ways, it takes money to enforce regulations.

The “invisible hand of the free market” it seems has failed the people of West Texas IMHO C&J. The inability to self govern is apparent in this explosion. The blame for this tragedy lies with the plant manager. Cruz and his cohorts representing Texas have identified themselves as conservatives, small government conservatives, and yet they lack the integrity to stand up for their principals opting instead to get as much as they can from the federal government in true nanny state fashion.


C&J you haven’t linked to anything here. DO you think that you are all conservatives or just one of many conservatives, you keep going back and forth on this as you try to defend these conservatives and their lack of integrity.

Posted by: j2t2 at April 27, 2013 11:00 PM
Comment #365101

j2t2

I am not defending anybody who seeks special government aid for this accident. I do not believe it is fundamentally a Federal issue.

I am explaining that the existence of this possibility and its support through taxes imposed on everybody create the inventive to do it.

You are arguing that conservatives should not take money from funds to which they have been forced to contribute because they did not support the creation of the fund.

This is very convenient. It is like someone taking your money and then expressing contempt that you accept some of it back since you opposed the initial robbery.

Re EPA, OSHA etc. - it depends on how they are run. I support reasonable regulation. Obviously, reasonable regulation was not followed in this case. But I recognize that just making things bigger or giving them more money does not necessarily increase its effectiveness.

Government is significantly bigger today and spends more than it did a couple generations ago, yet it is slower and less effective at building infrastructure. Maybe it got too big and lost sight of priorities.

I don’t particularly blame liberal or conservative politicians. Almost all of them do it. That is why I advocate taking as much as possible out of the political process as possible. Politics is a NECESSARY evil, but it is an evil.

Posted by: C&J at April 28, 2013 9:49 AM
Comment #365102
You are arguing that conservatives should not take money from funds to which they have been forced to contribute because they did not support the creation of the fund.

I am arguing that conservatives who constantly tell us they want small government,less taxes and a balanced budget are hypocritical. These same conservatives who vote against giving federal aid to others after a massive hurricane then weeks later ask for federal aid for a relatively small disaster have no credibility nor integrity.

This is very convenient. It is like someone taking your money and then expressing contempt that you accept some of it back since you opposed the initial robbery.

Once again the people of the state of Texas pay in less than they receive from the feds. In fact the state of Texas has been to the trough on many occasions to get federal aid. Your attempt at justification that they have some entitlement to much more than the pay is the robbery IMHO. When they preach austerity and then become opportunist at each and every chance they get to fleece the government…. well its just so conservative isn’t it?

Posted by: j2t2 at April 28, 2013 10:08 AM
Comment #365108

j2t2

They are hypocritical and they are politicians. Those two categories overlap a great deal. I don’t think I have ever seen a politician who was not hypocritical. It is in the nature of politics - another reason to limit the reach of politics.

Re the State of Texas - individuals pay income taxes, not states. I don’t know how much the victims of this particular disaster paid in Federal taxes, but they are subject to the same rates as other Americans. Surely you do not believe that people should receive benefits only in relation to what they pay in taxes.

Posted by: C&J at April 28, 2013 2:39 PM
Comment #365109

“Once again the people of the state of Texas pay in less than they receive from the feds.” was what I said C&J. Federal tax dollars come from all of us, from all the states. The [people of the state of Texas receive more federal tax dollars back then they pay in as a group. When you use the argument “The people of Texas pay taxes. If they were freed from taxes, then you could ask them not to accept the money. But it would be silly for them to pay in and then not accept money.” It implies the people of Texas are not getting their fair share, which is wrong. Their representatives could actually put in practice the principals they claim for them and their political ideology. Of course they don’t.

Posted by: j2t2 at April 28, 2013 6:54 PM
Comment #365110

j2t2

I was referring to the people of Texas as … people in Texas.

ALL the people in Texas will not get whatever Federal aid comes. I don’t know if those who do will have paid in more in taxes than they got back. I suppose you could check to make sure that none of them are getting back more than they paid. Stephen lives in Texas, so I suppose he is soaking up some of the extra Federal money. But I don’t think we can take that out on the working people of West, Texas.

We are running into the classic liberal-conservative split here. You see people as members of groups, as liberals do. I see them as individual people.

It would, BTW, be a very complicated calculation to figure out what “Texas” contributed. Wealth created in Texas might well be taxed in New York. When traders in NYC trade West Texas oil, the actually don’t produce it in NYC.

Posted by: C&J at April 28, 2013 8:16 PM
Comment #365161
I was referring to the people of Texas as … people in Texas.

So was I C&J.

You see people as members of groups, as liberals do. I see them as individual people.

So conservatives represent only individuals not groups of people living in their district? When Cruz asks the group of people known as the American taxpayer for money instead of the individual that owned the fertilizer plant is he also showing us his lack of integrity? He doesn’t seem to care about the individual that doesn’t live in Texas paying for the disaster right? His “principles” is in fact a “principal” just as all other conservatives that try to sell this logic as reasoning for denying others federal disaster aid.

Posted by: j2t2 at April 29, 2013 9:58 PM
Comment #365166

j2t2

Politicians represent the people of their districts. That is the political rule. But you cannot legitimately punish or reward all the people of a group because of the actions of some of them.

Re Cruz - he is a politician. He behaves like one. I know you just want to attack him. Fine. I am explaining the behavior of politicians in a system. You prefer to attack the character of an individual. That says a lot about our character and method of analysis.

RE Federal disaster aid - the last politician that I know of to really resist Federal disaster aid was Calvin Coolidge. He was right in principle, but few politicians can stand the heat he took.

The Federal government should not have the responsibility to pay for everything. Details are important.

Returning to “hypocrisy” - our system is designed to work by balancing interests and power, not by relying on virtue. If I was in serious trouble, I would probably want to spend the whole treasury to help myself. Most people would. That is precisely why we cannot let that happen.

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