Sunday, June 26, 2011


Last week, Wisconsin ended its long-standing prohibition of concealed firearms, and New York ended its long-standing ban on same-sex marriage. It was a good week for freedom.

Now let's get to work on the TSA Administrators' Tarring and Feathering and Deportation Act of 2012, and we'll really be getting somewhere.


  1. I'd be rather shocked if we can deport very many TSA agents, and I can't imagine we could get any of the policy makers at all. For many good reasons, we don't want to let american citizens be exiled.

  2. Given that the traditional penalty for treason is death, I thought this was a more humanitarian alternative.

    [No, I don't really think we could make treason charges stick. I was using that, ah, hyper-bowl. ;) ]