“Without liberty, law loses its nature and its name, and becomes oppression. Without law, liberty also loses its nature and its name, and becomes licentiousness.”
—James Wilson, Lectures on Law, 1790
Criminal. Led by thug Buck Ofama and with his minions in place….
Another racist hate mongering liberal spews the leftist rhetoric against white taxpaying Americans…
I agree. The Repuplikan Party has failed. Filled with RINOs.
I cannot support it in it’s current form.
Now that said I will never support any rodrammed Dhimmicrap…So yeah. lets weed the crap out, or just start over…
Damn. Just beat him to death…?
SOB did not suffer long enough…
For the crime he committed…But he will..
From the Religion of Peace!! How long before something happens and Buck Ofama and Shillary can balme another ‘crisis’ on this video?
The Mooch is going on Vacation!!
Franken…Failed clown, DJ, pointless Senator..
Oops…..Bad move I’d say!!
Nothing like a short little, efftarded bully throwing a hissy fit when things go against him. Bloomberg your an ass!!
Democrats in Minnesota they call themselves the D(emocrat)F(armer)L(abor) party, love tax increases to cover their spending addiction and since government generates no INCOME ..they lay it on the Taxpayers!!
And Dayton shows he is an idiot…again..
Tolerance? Are the assOs on the left not the ones preaching tolerance and diversity and all that BULLSHIT all the time?
Then what the hell is this?
Looking at a few tables here…
Which divides the State’s Legislatures into Red (Fulltime) and Blue (Part time).
Red legislatures require the most time of legislators, usually 80 percent or more of a full-time job. They have large staffs. In most Red states, legislators are paid enough to make a living without requiring outside income. These legislatures are more similar to Congress than are the other state legislatures. Most of the nation’s largest population states fall in this category. Because there are marked differences within the category, we have subdivided the Red states. Those in Red generally spend more time on the job because their sessions are longer and their districts larger than those in Red Lite. As a result, they tend to have more staff and are compensated at a higher rate. Within subcategories, states are listed alphabetically.
In the Blue states, on average lawmakers spend the equivalent of half of a full-time job doing legislative work. The compensation they receive for this work is quite low and requires them to have other sources of income in order to make a living. The blue states have relatively small staffs. They are often called traditional or citizen legislatures and they are most often found in the smallest population, more rural states. Again, NCSL has divided these states into two groups. The legislatures in Blue are the most traditional or citizen legislatures. The legislatures in Blue Lite are slightly less traditional. States are listed alphabetically within subcategories.
Now think about the States that are in debt, restrict Freedom and have higher tax rates…