Pass those lemons to my left

They’ll be needing it; it looks like it’s going to be a good week folks. It started late last week when the open-borders-screw-the-public immigration bill was kicked and sent away to lick its wounds. In the last few days I remember seeing some protestor footage at that G8 summit and thinking, don’t these baboons protesting and carrying on have anything else to do, like go to work? Surprise, surprise, some folks in the world were actually happy to see President Bush, not that I saw any footage of that on the evening news.
President Bush yesterday kept the pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin, making the first stop by a U.S. president in Albania and bluntly declaring that the Kosovo province should be allowed to break away from Serbia, a Kremlin ally. Arriving to enthusiastic cheers of "Bushie, Bushie," the president called on the United Nations to swiftly settle the issue, in flux since a 1999 Kosovo war between Serb forces and ethnic Albanians, which make up 90 percent of the country. Source. Picture source.
In other good news, remember CAIR, looks like some folks out there would rather forget about CAIR. If only we could hear similar news about the ACLU.
Membership in the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has declined more than 90 percent since the 2001 terrorist attacks, Audrey Hudson will report in Tuesday's editions of The Washington Times. According to tax documents obtained by The Times, the number of reported members spiraled down from more than 29,000 in 2000 to less than 1,700 in 2006, a loss of membership that caused the Muslim rights group's annual income from dues to drop from $732,765 in 2000, when yearly dues cost $25, to $58,750 last year, when the group charged $35. Source.
Here is another bit of news I read late last week, apparently Sarko is planning to ‘shock’ the French economy back to life. Remember he thrashed that socialist Segolene Royal in recent elections, that was just the start of the pain the leftists are going to feel in the near future.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy's government yesterday announced details of a $15 billion master plan to "shock" the economy back to life, the first part of his ambitious economic and social reform drive. The eight-chapter tax and finance bill seeks to exempt overtime work from taxation; make mortgage interest payments tax deductible; all but eliminate inheritance tax; and put a 50-percent cap on overall individual taxation. It will be debated by the new parliament after this months legislative election, to be held Sunday.

By enabling people "to work more to earn more," Mr. Sarkozy's plan aims to drive up consumer spending, boost economic growth and make it possible to slash France's 8.2 percent jobless rate, among the highest in the 13-nation eurozone. The key plank in the new bill is the proposal to exempt overtime work from taxes and social security charges, which are seen by many employers as a crippling disincentive to hire. That would undermine the popular 35-hour work week introduced by a previous Socialist government, without taking the radical step of scrapping it entirely. Source.
Can you feel the pain leftists? Those who want to work overtime will get to do it and they’ll get rewarded for it, if Sarko is any conservative, that’ll mean you won’t get much tax from their hard work, yes they’ll keep it, ohhhh that’s gotta hurt. Wait, it gets worse, taxes capped at 50% oh my Godless, can you believe it, Sego is scrambling.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy's center-right allies were headed for a parliamentary landslide after a first-round legislative election yesterday, bolstering his chances of implementing wide-ranging reforms. Mr. Sarkozy's conservative UMP party won 39.6 percent of the vote, while the opposition Socialists had 24.7 percent, the Interior Ministry said.

A jubilant right said voters had decided to give Mr. Sarkozy the tools to carry out his pledge to boost growth, cut taxes and slash unemployment, but the left and centrists said a crushing right-wing majority was unhealthy and threatened democracy. Source.
Oh the pain when Democracy doesn’t go your way, growth, work, aaarrrggghhhh make it go away, the pain, less taxes, hard workers will be rewarded, oh it hurts doesn’t it. Well suck it up you bludgers (I think Americans call them welfare queens), the public voted, they gave Sarko the power, put away the placards, quit whining and get to work. Waiter, do you do group discounts, the leftists will be needing it as their lifelines get choked, oh and more lemons please and keep em' coming!!

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