Friday, May 26, 2006

Food for thought

Some times the simplest look at a problem leads to a conclusion that you had not realized.
The Roy Boy :: Columns :: Click it or ticket by Walter E. Williams - May 24, 2006


Friday, March 17, 2006

How the Democrats steel from there constiuents

Taxes tossed? Snohomish County judge rules against state money-shifting...

A Snohomish County judge ruled Friday that the state improperly shifted around $250 million to various state accounts in order to raise the state spending limit, according to a spokesman for one of
the plaintiffs.

Like I have stated before, the Democrats represents the biggest bunch of crooks in the world. They will lie, cheat and steal to get there way. You have to ask your self, why? What is the end gain? I guess it's to prove that they can run the state in to the ground.

Then it just might be that the people of the state of Washington like being treated like there to ignorant to know what is going on.

Rush on ye old poverty stricken slaves, blissful in thy ignorance.

The Roy Boy

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The Federal Election Commission has postponed a long-anticipated decision on whether to apply the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform law to political speech on the Internet.

It appeared that FEC Commissioner Michael Toner wanted to give Congress a chance to pass the Online Freedom of Speech Act proposed by Texas Republican Jeb Hensarling.

But late Wednesday afternoon, the House Rules Committee passed on the opportunity by failing to report Hensarling’s bill out of committee for debate on the House floor.

 Not with out a fight and not with out a constitutional amendment

Bill of Rights

 Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

The way I read this is, congress can not establish a religion, or keep me from worshiping whom or what ever I wish. Congress can not make up laws stiffeling my right to speak out against any thing, nor can they tell the press what to or not to say. Congress can not prohibit me from getting to gather with others for any reason, as long as it's peaceful. And I have every right to bitch about the government, the shady deal, oppressive laws, and the dammed ass holes in congress making the asinine decisions. Any time any place, especially before an election, I don't want the same ass holes in office next time around. The only qualifier in the First Amendment is the word "peaceably", nothing about how, when or with whom.

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Wednesday, December 21, 2005


When you get to the point you can't afford to drive your car to work.
When you can't afford to by food.
When you can't afford to heat your home.
When you can't manage your portfolio because the nations economy has gone south.
When you can't pay the high interest rates.
When you can't afford a new pair of shoes.

When you can't-O-well-!!

The senator cares not a dam about the people the country or the state. All Cantwell cares about is scoring point with here Dem colleagues and any thing to prevent the President from getting a energy Bill for the country.
The Roy Boy


Wednesday, December 21, 2005 · Last updated 8:07 p.m. PT

Senate blocks Alaska refuge drilling


WASHINGTON -- The Senate blocked opening the nation's largest untapped oil reserve in an Alaska wildlife refuge Wednesday, denying President Bush his top energy priority and delivering a victory to environmentalists who said drilling would threaten wildlife.

Sen. Maria Can'twell, D-Wash., who led the floor debate in opposition to the drilling provision, called it “legislative blackmail” and said Democrats agreed they “were not going to get jammed” by the tactic.


Tuesday, December 20, 2005

U.S. District Judge John E. Jones is an escapee from the Planet of the Apes

What the hell can I say? A judge with an agenda,
We can tech evaluation the brain child of Darwin, but not allowed by decree of a Judge to look at life from a different prospective.
The Roy Boy

Tuesday, December 20, 2005 - Page updated at 12:56 PM

Judge rules biology class is no place for "intelligent design"

By Martha Raffaele

The Associated Press

HARRISBURG, Pa. – In one of the biggest courtroom clashes between faith and evolution since the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial, a federal judge barred a Pennsylvania public school district Tuesday from teaching "intelligent design" in biology class, saying the concept is creationism in disguise.


Out of Sight Out of Mind

It coms as no surprise that King County would push for all mail in ballots.
Ron Sims would have us believe that this is only as a result of the 2004 general election.
When the truth of the matter is the botched up elections have been going on for years. The problem is it's not going unnoticed thanks to the blog media, namely Stefan Sharkansky at SOUND POLITICS.

At lest one would think that with mail in ballets, King County can hide the fraud in the dead of night. So this is it, no more voting problems, every thing is cleaned up in the County that runs the State.
If it looks like corruption, it sounds like corruption, it's justified like corruption and if it is worked around (not fixed), it probably is corruption.
The Roy Boy

Tuesday, December 20, 2005 · Last updated 2:21 p.m. PT

King County executive calls for all-mail voting system


SEATTLE -- King County Executive Ron Sims on Tuesday proposed an all-mail voting system for the state's largest county, which came under intense criticism for mistakes made during the 2004 general election.


Saturday, December 17, 2005

WTO riots in Hong Kong

Anti-WTO Protests - Hong Kong Media Coverage (Day 5)Hong Kong riots


Higher license tab fees Approved by Lawmakers last spring are about to kick in.

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Happy New Year...
If you renew your license tabs or register a vehicle after Jan. 1, brace yourself to pay more. New weight fees -- approved by lawmakers last spring --are about to kick in.

In addition to the current $30 basic state license tab fee, vehicle owners will pay extra, depending on the weight of what they drive. For light cars -- under 4,000 pounds -- the fee is an extra $10. For vehicles ranging from 4,000 to 6,000 pounds, it's $20. From 6,000 to 8,000 pounds, it's $30.

In addition, motor home owners will now pay $75 to register, regardless of weight. But the license fee for private-use, single-axle trailers weighing 2,000 pounds or less will drop from $30 now to $15.

Other increases: replacing a license plate, which now costs $3.50 a plate, will rise to $12.


Friday, December 16, 2005

The Pride and Joy of the Nortwest

My mother told me when I go forth in life, not to fear, for if thing get bad, she said, you con always get a job driving a cab or be a preacher. She left out being a senator. Evidently a person doesn't have to have both ores in the water to do ether.

The democrats are going to politic a hole bunch of people to death, in there quest for power.
The Roy Boy:

Friday, December 16, 2005 · Last updated 6:16 p.m. PT

NW Democrats hail Senate rejection of USA Patriot Act


WASHINGTON -- Northwest Democrats hailed a Friday vote by the Senate that rejected a Republican plan to reauthorize major portions of the USA Patriot Act. The Democrats said the bill infringed too much on the privacy of American citizens.


Brokeback Mountain revue by The Roy Boy

A typical story about two sheep herders.


So you want the Politicians to do something about Gas Prices

Basic economics

Dec 7, 2005
by Walter E. Williams

In the wake of the spike in fuel prices, many Americans demand that politicians do something. You can bet the rent money that whatever politicians do will end up harming consumers.

I worked at a "service station" witch there are no more, in the 70s. I have only one thing to say about that, It was UGLY!
The Roy Boy


A few Points of Interest

Friday, December 16, 2005

Santa's toy bag woefully short of gifts for kids


For some kids, Christmas doesn't guarantee a wrapped gift under a brightly lit tree.

Weyerhaeuser announces mill sales and closures

Published: December 16th, 2005 08:44 AM
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. -- The Weyerhaeuser Co. has announced plans to close or sell containerboard, packaging, bag and papermaking operations in eight U.S. states and two Canadian provinces, the latest in a series of cutbacks since a steep drop in third-quarter profits.

County readies response to bird flu



Thurston County's doctors and public health officials are shoring up for a potential bird flu pandemic that could infect up to one-third of the population wherever it spreads.
The Olympian - Click Here


Friday, October 07, 2005

Small minds make for small future in North West

Wash lawmakers block plan to allow more oil tankers in Puget Sound
The proposal would have changed key portions of the 1977 Magnuson Amendment, which limits expansion of oil refineries and the number of oil tankers entering the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound. The law, named after the late Sen. Warren Magnuson, D-Wash., restricts expansion of oil traffic unless it is "for consumption in the state of Washington."
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It would seem that with to days technology that we in the North West could have a world class oil terminal that could supply a number of refineries. A pipe line to the western United States economic future could pass right through our ports and refineries. I see it as the potential number 1 industry in Washington State.

However the folks in Olympia nether want to upgrade our infrastructure or economical advancement. The politicians in this State only knows how to blow money and rase taxes.
Some day, when it's too late, the only people left in the State will be the politicians and the sponges.
The Roy Boy


Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Getting ready for the up and coming elections

King County needs 600 poll workers

Or should it be, King County needs 600 new patsies to blame for voter fraud, if it look like they may get caught trying to through another election.

Think about why Nicole Way is being fired and Dean Logan is still running the show.
Boy and Girls there is no election reform, the Dem,s have just circled the wagons. In fact they have made it essayer to commit fraud and harder to prove it.

Who in there right mind would work for the King County Elections Board? A person who has integrity, would do well in steering clear of a crooked election board. You know, you shower don't want to raise any red flags or you will be fired. Or worse yet, you could make front page as incompetent worker as the board plays C.Y.A.

EEa-What a bunch of maroons.
The Roy Boy


Friday, August 19, 2005

The Bastards are coming for your land

It is getting to the point that a body can't take a good old fashion country cow piss with out it being declared a wet land.

A 1000-sf. is nothing more than a mud hole, some of our roads meet that description. A 1000-sf hardly seems like a critical area, based on scientific findings. Remember most houses start at 1200-sf or more. Just how many mosquitoes live in a 1000-sf mud hole? It look more like a health problem than a wild life habitat concern.

I have a wet wether stream on my property, where I created a pond. I imported cat tails and yellow flags, along with some lilies and lemon grass. I through in some special shrub willows, pampas grass and a small 8x12ft building to store food for ducks and gees. It looks good,and I created a small area for wild foul to amuse me in there quest for food and nesting. It did not make for better water quality, every cupel of years I have to drain and clean the crap from the pond.
This is of my choosing for my benefit , and a lot of other folks have done much the same.
Most people like to think they are living close to God's creatures, and enjoy creating a little nitch for the critters of there choice.
What I don't need some pen-headed bureaucrat or the government telling me what I can or can't do with my property.

This is a repeat of what has happened in King County, and will not stop until the property rights of the hole State is ham-strung. This is not just the concern of the people of Thurston County, it concerns us all. We are next.

If the county wants wet land then let the County buy it.
by the Roy Boy

# Buffers around streams, now between 25 and 100 feet, would widen to 100 to 250 feet.

# Any wetlands bigger than 1,000 square feet would be off limits for development. Wetlands smaller than 11,000 square feet in the county growth areas and smaller than 22,000 square feet in the rural county are now exempt from building restrictions.

# Buffers around lakes, ponds and marine shores would double from about 50 feet to 100 feet.

# The ordinance also includes new exemptions to make the changes less of a hardship to homeowners. Existing development will be grandfathered in, and people who have homes near a wetland will now be allowed to add up to 500 square feet to the footprint of their house.

# If someone has property with less than 5,000 square feet of buildable land because of a wetland, property owners can encroach into the wetland as much as they need to to get 5,000 square feet.
What's next

A formal public hearing on the proposed critical areas rule changes is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Thurston Expo Center on the Thurston County Fairgrounds, 3054 Carpenter Road S.E., Lacey. More information on the proposed changes is available at www. under the heading "Long Range PlanningCritical Areas Update."

Stricter water rules divisive



Thurston County residents with streams, ponds, wetlands or lakes on their property and dreams of development are worried their investments will go down the drain once the county adopts new rules to protect groundwater and Puget Sound.


Wednesday, August 17, 2005

The City of Fools

Via: Orbusmax

Olympia gives initial OK to `nuclear-free' zone

What a bunch of idiots.
This is the typical crap that comes out of our State,s Capital City. I have to wander if the complaints of military ordnance being shipped through Olympia are from the towns people, or a few activist suck-ups at Evergreen Collage. I doubt very seriously that the Navy will even consider renaming a war ship to satisfy a bunch of fools. If they were to rename the USS Olympia, the Navy could call it the USS City of Fools, if want to keep with the City's namesake. Like the City has a copy right on the name Olympia, the home of the God of War.
As for the 32 companies connected with nuclear weapons production, I hope the State is prepared to go back to pencil and paper. I don't think that there is a computer made that hasn't got some component that can't be linked to a nuclear device or its execution.

Just maybe the City of Olympia is willing to give up its tax dollars from the State and federal government, that are generated by the 32 companies in question.
the Roy Boy


Tuesday, August 16, 2005

The Left vs. Right

I have gotten it figured out. While convalescing after having my right shoulder replaced, I have had time to reflecting on the meaning of life. With my right arm in a sling and barely able to wait on myself, it came to me while sitting on my porcelain executive chair doing some long over due paper work. You see the left are week and undisciplined, this is why the left goes out of there way to hamstring the right. This allows the left a free hand to do pretty much as it pleases, with out any consequences.
If you want a job done right with out leaving a mess to clean up, use your right hand.
The Roy Boy


Friday, July 15, 2005

The only thing wrong with Politics in Washington State....

Washington State Government has a history of pushing things on to the people that are unwarranted, coast a lot of money and benefit a few. Most of the problems emanate from
Seattle, King County, a bastion of welfare recipients from business to the homeless. Also a harbinger of lawyers in the upper high dollar category, wheeling and dealing with the politicians in the City, County and State to ether maintain or further there stature in the food chain. Over the years with a slight of hand hear and a push of the limits there,The slightly shady dealings have gotten shader and shader and excepted as the norm. This translates to a core of corruption that fans through out State Government and the Judiciary.

Remember lawyers grow up to be politicians and judges, and there is an incestual relationship between lawyers, politicians and judges.

Now the question, what is the motivating factor in this grand elusion? Well, Money, of corse. Cash probably not, favors you bet, that translate in to millions of tax dollars. "You get a sports stadium and we will get you the governorship". The unions, if the legislature will scratch our back we will scratch yours. Could someone let the supreme Court no if a ruling is needed to go in favor of the State? Look at the laws passed in this past Legislation, make work for attorneys and big construction companies i.e. union, all big donors to the Demarcate party.

I have believed all along that Judge Bridges was playing a little game of rope-a-dope with the election challenge. Look at the Judge who decided to call political commentary and editorials a campaign contribution. Now the Supreme Court rules the State can put an emergency claus on a Bill for any reason at any time.

We have seen what the Democrats in this passed legislation did to over through the will of the people of this state.

Prominent law firms with a definite conflict of interest, filling suttees and lobbing against the people to protect there financial gain with doing business with the state government.
The bottom line is, crooked Lawyers, crooked Politicians and crooked Judges.
This State has become so crooked that it's beginning to look like Mexico's Government. Could it be why illegals are so welcome, you don't have to train them to deal with a corrupt Government.
The Roy Boy


Tuesday, July 12, 2005

OH yea I'm Back, got a new G5 with dual smokers



The People have no voice in Government

What can I say? What a bunch of arrogant Sons of Bitches!
The same tact that Tacoma City Council is using to control the masses.
The liberals have landed, to arms to arms.
The Roy Boy

ACLU Challenges Yelm City Council's 'Speak No Wal-Mart' Policy

July 8, 2005 
By KOMO Staff & News Services
YELM, WASH. - A "speak-no-Wal-Mart" policy in Town Council meetings is getting a challenge from the American Civil Liberties Union.



Your Gas tax at work

Now you will have an improved view of an empty lane while setting in the I-5 parking lot
HOV lane, how about lets call it a express lane with a minimum 55 MPH. lets make it two inside lanes express, no buss or vehicles over 10,000 Lb gross.
The Roy Boy
WSDOT Construction Updates: Pierce County

Jul 08 2005
1. I-5, Pierce/King County Line to Tukwila HOV Lanes – Pierce County


The Tail of Three Cities

I'll bet that the city's of Tumwater, Olympia and Lacey don't have a revenue problem
or infrastructure that needs updated. Well that is until the chance to raise taxis so more money can be thrown to the wend.
Parks, playgrounds etc. are ok when the fiscal responsibilities are met and the calf is fatted.
The Roy Boy

Tumwater mayor readies for AG to rule against city's PFD project



An attorney general's ruling on how Olympia, Lacey and Tumwater will divide $20 million in public funds is a month away, but Tumwater's mayor anticipates a decision that could quash proposed projects in Olympia and Tumwater.


Friday, July 08, 2005

Mass Transit Danger emenit, Terrorist may Support Monorail

I am a bit confused about the stepped up security in dealing with Seattle transit. Terrorist around the world must be snickering at Seattle's Hootervill express, with its 37 daily passengers. A rather large target to go after. Also there is all those empty buses that obstruct traffic. Any one of these targets would really make the World set up and take notice. Give me a brake, the only people that would notice would be the commuters on the highways. Terrorist wouldn't try to bomb Seattle Transit, because they would be doing the people a favor. A really big bomb would do about $37.63 worth of damage.

In Seattle / King County if you want to put fear in the people, and you were a terrorist, you would support mass transit.
The Roy Boy

Seattle Bumps Up Transit Security In Wake Of London Bombings

July 7, 2005

By KOMO Staff & News Services


Thursday, June 30, 2005

A Gold Digger in the Governors Mansion

I don't know if this has hit the bloggesphere or not, but thought it worth a mention. It's a
prime example of how the Dem's are blowing your money for self power. At the rate the former A.G. is spending the States' money, we should be looking at bankruptcy in about four years.
The Roy Boy

Governor owes state workers an apology

Tom Fitzsimmons, Gov. Christine Gregoire's chief of staff, had the gall to go on 710 KIRO radio and try to justify the governor giving her Cabinet a 16 percent raise.

What was that justification?

When asked by the host how he thought the rank and file would take this since they have been without a raise for four years, Fitzsimmons said: "It's because it was necessary for recruitment, and in fairness to get the best and the brightest people to come to work for state government. The world changes, these are very talented people, they work hard, they are very dedicated, they are great public servants, they deserve a decent wage, they are very intelligent, they are the best and the brightest people."

Well, excuse me, I am a state worker, and I am one of those rank and file, and it just so happens every state worker I have worked around in 15 years meets every one of those criteria.

Fitzsimmons has pretty much proven to all of us now exactly what management thinks of the people who actually do the work.

So we thank him for finally telling us how we are thought of for our hard work.

How callous Fitzsimmons' remarks are. I believe he and the governor owe every Washington state employee an apology.

Ron Allotta, Lacey


Friday, June 24, 2005

U.S. Supreme Court flirting with homicide

High court rules cities may seize homes for economic development

By Hope Yen
The Associat


The U.S. supreme Court has finely stooped to murder. The trigger has been pulled, the fuse has been lit. The only problem is where this deed will take place, or against who. It may be some pore bastard who thinks he has a right to defend his property. Or maybe some city hall vaperized by a bomb, planted by some distort property owner. Hell it might even be one of the Supremes that gets wasted.
Regardless, the supreme Court bares the responsibility, by making laws and undermining the U.S. Constitution. This opens up the biggest graff, influence peddling, behind closed door dealings since proabishion. A lot of people will get hurt before this wrong is righted, mostly the innocent land owner.
the Roy Boy