hypocrisy |hiˈpäkrisē|noun ( pl. -sies)the practice of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs to which one's own behavior does not conform; pretense.ORIGIN Middle English : from Old French ypocrisie, via ecclesiastical Latin, from Greek hupokrisis ‘acting of a theatrical part,’ fromhupokrinesthai ‘play a part, pretend,’ from hupo ‘under’ + krinein‘decide, judge.’ (apple dictionary definition)---------
Also, a check of Pistol License records shows that Senator Schumer possesses an "unrestricted" pistol permit, a rarity in New York City. Licenses are distributed in different categories in the Big Apple: Target Permits allow only use of a firearm at a licensed firing range; Premises Permits allow weapons to be kept in a home or apartment; Restricted Permits allow the gunowner to carry their firearms concealed but only within the purview of their job (security, jewelers, armored car guards, etc.). So it's evident that Senator Schumer has two sets of rules -- one for Americans and one for himself.
And then we have Senator Diane Feinstein on the Left Coast who possesses something more rare than a conservative Republican in San Francisco -- an unrestricted concealed weapons permit. Apparently without shame, she participated in a citywide gun turn-in program that was intended to create some kind of statue from the donated guns that were to be melted down. One of her police body guards let it slip that she contributed a cheap model for the meltdown, while retaining her .357 magnum revolver for her own personal self-defense.
|Senator Barbara Boxer, seen here vilifying semi-automatic rifles with Dianne Feinstein, has a permit to carry.|
Link for pic HERE
Another example is the loudmouth entertainer, Rosie O'Donnell, who once ran roughshod over conservative actor Tom Selleck because of his stance supporting the Second Amendment. Although Ms. O'Donnell doesn't carry a gun, she has three armed bodyguards who protect her, her wife and her children, something the vast majority of hardworking Americans could never afford. Isn't it comforting to know all these Liberals are looking out for us?"
The examples go on - so many to list - where to begin or end? The saying used to be: "America - love it or leave it." Times have changed - it doesn't matter if you want to leave - you will have to buy your way out - just like the corporate prisons - now the entire country will become one gigantic prison.
Here's a recent one where Barbara Boxer wants to revoke your passport if you owe taxes:LINK
"Section 40304 of the legislation states that any individual who owes more than $50,000 to the Internal Revenue Service may be subject to “action with respect to denial, revocation, or limitation of a passport”."
What if the person needs to leave the United States for employment in China to pay their taxes? Oh they'll make a provision for squeezing the public for more war money - but - let's get back to the hypocrisy.
While Americans will be incarcerated in the very bankrupt country that cannot pay its own bills (hypocrisy) yet another government spendthrift idea:LINK
"(NaturalNews) Though the Constitution'sFourteenth Amendmentcalls for equal protection under the laws, not everyone in the United States is, well, consideredequal. Some, it seems, are consideredmore than equal.
In Los Angeles, for example,police will begin ignoring a California state lawthat requires authorities to impound the vehicles of unlicensed drivers for 30 days. Why? Because so many illegal aliens don't have driver licenses and the politically correct powers that be in L.A. feel that's unfair to these new "sovereign citizens" who are now above the law.
Sovereign citizens should pay less too
Back in California but on the same college theme,Gov. Jerry Brown signed a measure into law in Octoberthat requires taxpayers to provide state financial aid to these sovereign citizens so they can attend public colleges.
Known as theCalifornia Dream Act, the measure - which will take effect in 2013 - is likely to cost the state $13 million or more annually, money it doesn't have as lawmakers and the governor stare at a budget deficit in the tens of billions of dollars."
|weisbord six-box model (see link below) looks for organizational hypocrisy|