Horseplay At The D.O.J.

The latest imbecility from those ‘progressive’ horse’s behinds at Barack Obama’s so-called Justice Department:

Should a restaurant be required to allow horses in the dining room? Incredulously, a recent Justice Department ruling now says yes …

Despite the difficulty (some would say impossibility) of housebreaking a horse, the Obama Justice Department ruled that “service” horses — miniature horses used to accompany people with disabilities — are no different than guide dogs under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As a result, shops, restaurants, hotels and even airlines could be sued if they did not accommodate horses. (Horses in the dining room?)

Since there’s been no nation-wide clamor to seat the family Equidae at America’s dinner table, what’s the real reason for DOJ’s lenient interpretation — some might even say intentional distortion — of the Disabilities Act? Well for one thing, Eric Holder’s boss has spent almost four years aiding and abetting the touchy Muslims of the world, and Mohammedans are not the friends of man’s best friend:

The majority of Muslim jurists consider dogs to be ritually unclean … Muslims generally cast dogs in a negative light … In Britain, police sniffer dogs trained to spot terrorists at train stations may no longer come into contact with Muslim passengers, following complaints that it was offensive to their religion.

Guide dogs are apparently just as ḥarām to the blind Muslim as sniffers are to the dedicated suicide bomber. Is there any non-Islamic thing which a Muslim would find unoffensive? You’d think a religion that considers breaking bread with a junior bronco to be acceptable would be a tad more tolerant of the foibles of others, but charity of that sort appears to be a virtue reserved exclusively for the cursed infidel.

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Now that Attorney General Holder has officially been declared a bipartisan criminal by the House of Representatives, how soon before his feckless boss ends up in the dock?  After all, Holder the Henchman wasn’t operating in a vacuum, and Obama’s recent declaration of executive privilege in the sordid Fast & Furious scam was more or less a tacit admission of presidential involvement.  Holder’s defense, of course, is more of the same old Obama refrain: it was all Bush’s fault.

“We learned that the flawed tactics used in this operation began in the previous administration — but I made sure that they ended in this one.”

It’s an arrogant outlaw who pats his own back for getting caught.

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About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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15 Responses to Horseplay At The D.O.J.

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  2. VotingFemale says:

    “It’s an arrogant outlaw who pats his own back for getting caught.”

    True words, Bob Mack.

  3. muse1876 says:

    Can I have my guide pig? Where do you stop with this stupidity? In Nov.

    • Bob Mack says:

      LOL.

      “A horse is a horse, of course, of course,
      And no one can talk to a horse of course
      That is, of course, unless the horse is the famous Mr. Ed…”

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  5. bunkerville says:

    I can’t wait to play miniature golf..oh wait, most will close because there is no way in hell they can comply, especially if I can bring my pony along.

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  7. Maybe Muslims like horse apples.

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