Meet The Beadles

Little Lenin

“I personally prefer those who believe in God to those who believe they are God.” Burt Prelutsky

bea·dle·dom – a stupid or officious display or exercise of authority, as by petty officials. —

An old song once asked, “How can we miss you if you never leave?”  And, given the Narcissist-In-Chief’s propensity for decree, he’s got many otherwise sober folk worried that he never will.  But even if he and the Mooch decide to obey the law for once, surrender a future of free golf and luxury vacations on the taxpayer’s dime, and instead glide off to a retirement village for old Reds, the damage has been done.

Obamas America… behind the scenes, [Obama’s] radically increasing the government’s reach. His tools aren’t laws or even executive orders — it’s thousands of new pages of new rules in the Federal Register, the nation’s official book of regulations, controlling everything from home finance to car deals to city zoning. An unelected, unappointed shadowy network of leftie advocates are rewriting these rules — posing a direct threat to Congress’ legislative authority. (‘Obama Makes Up His Own Rules’)

Obamas Shadowy NetworkRadical Islamists? We’ve got much more to fear from radical bureaucrats.

“This always confuses liberals, that conservatives like the military and don’t like the bureaucracy. That’s because the military has their guns pointed out and the bureaucracy has them pointed in.” — Grover Norquist


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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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2 Responses to Meet The Beadles

  1. Pingback: Bob Mack: Meet The Beadles | Grumpy Opinions

  2. marine4evrrr says:

    “An unelected, unappointed, shadowy, network of lefty advocates…”
    So THAAAT’S what a zombie is!

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