Discussion in 'Civil Rights & Privacy' started by RB, Mar 4, 2013.
Why do Social Security workers need guns of any kind?
Come on, RB, you know us oldsters on SS can get really ornery at times! And that social security fraud that the agency investigates - lions and tigers and bears, oh my - those committing that fraud can be so vicious.
Do you know of a quicker way to reduce outlays for social security?
It's not a congressional subpoena, so she's legally in the clear. A letter of invitation has no force of law, even if it written as a demand.
You want to get Robobitch's attention? Cut off all funding for her office.
They should pay us to work for we citizens.
Heads are what needs to be rolling in Washington.
Problem is, that only focuses their attention for about thirty seconds, then all the blood has drained from their brains.
I prefer to view it as a corrective therapy with an extremely low rate of recidivism. The problem is the long line dullards waiting to be next up on the block.
Which is why rope and lamp posts are a more efficient solution.
For what it's worth, this popped up in our local paper,
You might remember that one of Lance's assistants sent me an e-mail saying, in part, that the ammunition was for the Social Security Administration.
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