As we look into the details and analyze…something is amiss
Again and I love these “dates of extraordinaire” as I refer to them where nothing else matters so long as if fits the exact data that we are perusing (in this case the two party system) and how are the parties in charge getting their work done.
As for me gang you’ll come to figure out these times and “dates of extraordinaire” normally happen when I have received a varying bit of correspondence from one of my elected officials. So if you do not mind, I need to explain just how the state of Maryland shells out its political excrement.
Hear yea, hear yea, hear yea, I, Jon Paul, upon being duly sworn state the matters of politics in Maryland. For most of those people into politics will readily explain that when one says or spells M-A-R-Y-L-A-N-D it may as well be D-E-M-O-C-R-A-T party. Simply because there is not the presence of a Republican Party member that is worth their salt.
Within the last two or three days I have finally received some correspondence back from one Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-MD based on the myriad of letters, faxes, phone calls, ad nauseam that I have sent to him.
First and foremost reading what these people actually write is basically ridiculous. I really cannot say insofar as I have never seen how these letters are prepared. However stay with me here…one could and should expect misspellings as well as sentence structure errors. Some of the content from Rep. Cummings’ office looks seriously as though someone over there is ctrl c and ctrl v different documents together. I again cannot say if this is happening but I will say this: As a C.E.O. or President of a company, there was never a grammatical error or otherwise insofar as in the preparation phase each piece of correspondence I sent out required two editors and each of their two assistants to examine the document. The best way to show and illustrate for you is to take something prepared by members of the Democrat Party and use good old fashioned conservative values to make the assessment.
|CURRENT LAW The Secretary of Homeland Security “shall take all actions the Secretary determines necessary and appropriate to achieve and maintain operational control over the entire international land and maritime borders of the United States.” —Secure Fence Act of 2006||BORDER SECURITY RESULTS ACT-The Secretary of Homeland Security must submit “a comprehensive strategy for gaining and maintaining situational awareness and operational control of high traffic areas” within 2 years, and “operational control along the southwest border” within 5 years.||Operational Control-Prevention of ALL unlawful entries. —Secure Fence Act of 2006||Operational Control: Prevention of ALL Operational Control: 90% effectiveness rate, which is determined by DHS based on its own estimates of those who evade detection and apprehension. Biometric entry-exit system required at ALL ports of entry. —2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act (which streamlined 5 previously passed pieces of legislation starting with IIRIRA in 1996), the 2007 9/11||Commission Implementation Act-A plan to implement biometric exit capability at ports of entry, unless the Secretary determines such a system is not feasible, in which case he or she must submit a plan to implement an alternative program “to provide the same level of security.” This effectively guts the entire entry-exit system, even though an estimated 40 percent of illegal aliens are visa overstays.|