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Eliteist Douche Bag #1056

May 5th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted in California, Libtards, People are Stupid

I would like to introduce you to one of the primary problems with our country today.  His file number is EDB1056, but the world at large knows him as Ricky Choi, MD, MPH.

“Now, Instinct,” I hear you saying, “what make the good doctor part of the DB files?”

“Well,” says I,” I will be happy to explain.”

You see, most doctors are willing to stay within the bounds of their education and practice their medicine.  Dr. Ricky though, seems to think that because he has MD after his name that he has all kinds of superior knowledge on a unending range of topics beyond medicine up to and including how you vote:

I would argue that nutritious food, safe medications, air quality, domestic violence, affordable housing, access to health care, sex trafficking, cultural factors, schools, safe neighborhoods, voting, human rights, international trade agreements, and the state budget, to the extent they impact health of my patients and communities, are also in my scope of practice.

I’ll bet you didn’t know a medical degree also came with expertise in government, international trade, economics, sociology, and environmental sciences.  Now what my voting habit have to do with my health is a mystery to me, but then again I don’t have a medical degree, or a liberal agenda to make sure everyone that I encounter is converted into a mindless socialist drone that just follows the orders of his betters.

Of course, he also is an expert in firearms too

So yes, to ask if a device that is associated with over 30,000 deaths a year and over 50% of suicides is unloaded, locked up, and kept out of reach of children is also well within my scope of practice.

Now, I’m going to take a wild stab and guess that this guy is not a lifetime member of the NRA and also has never even seen a firearm range except for that one time when he was watching ‘Lethal Weapon’ and I’ll be he closed his eyes during that part because it was so disturbing.

This, my friends, is a prime example of the elitist douche bag.  It is a person that believes that because they are knowledgeable in one thing that they are knowledgeable in all things.  In this case, because he has a piece of paper that allows him to practice medicine in California, he also thinks it allows him to do anything he damn well pleases because he is educated and you are just a simple, working class slob.

I am positive that if he were shown any gun, an type of firearm at all, and asked how to make it safe for storage he would stare like a deer caught in the headlights of an oncoming truck.  He is good at parroting lines “The gun should be locked up and kept out of reach of children” but when it comes to the actual DOING he is most likely just like our president – good with the overarching initial statement, but when it comes to follow through he’s out on the golf course.

So, Dr. Ricky, I do hope at some point you will kindly STFU until you actually know what you are talking about.

Best comment I read on this article

thesixthmoon 10:34 AM on May 5, 2011

“Guns are within my scope of practice.”

That’s great. Can you tell me, do you consider the .380 an effective self-defense round? There is some controversey over this.

God, I am glad I moved to a free state.

Soneone Doesn’t Like Tea

April 11th, 2009 | 1 Comment | Posted in California, Cry FREEDOM!, Libtards

There is the problem with living in a closed system where only one point of view is ever heard, any time something new enters the network it is met with overwhelming apprehension and fear. First I encountered it in one of my classes with a classmate telling me that I was rude, offensive and closed minded.

Why did he say this? Because I was having a discussion about socialism and capitalism with a classmate who is an avowed socialist – we were debating the merits of each system but apparently that kind of exchange of ideas is “closed minded” and telling someone who you disagree with to shut up is “open minded”.

I thanked him for explaining that to me and pointing out how closed minded I was by actually listening to someone else’s point of view and so to make sure that I was open minded enough for him I asked him kindly to STFU.

And then I get home and come across this piece of crap from another so-called ‘journalist’.

You can read the rest below the fold.

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Isn’t this special

March 19th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in California, Car Stuff, Libtards

Everyone I meet, when they find out I’m in grad school always ask the same thing “So you’re going to stay in California after you graduate, right?” As if there is no other place in this country that you can live if you are a modeler/game designer.  My answer is always the same “Not if I can find a job anywhere else.”

And here is yet one more reason to leave the state of Kalifornia behind.  Not only do we have almost 10% taxes in some areas (in my neck of the woods the tax is 8.75%) but now, the governor – a 100%$ RINO who has forgotten everything about being a conservative that he once spouted off about – has gotten behind a proposal to triple the car tax for registration.

Under the agreement, GOP lawmakers — most of whom have signed anti-tax pledges — would vote to triple the vehicle tax in exchange for a ballot measure that would impose rigid limits on future state spending. Democrats and advocates for the poor say such limits would cripple government services.

Motorists’ annual fees would rise from 0.65% of the value of their vehicles to 2%. For a car or truck valued at $25,000, the increase would be $336.

Right now my wife and I have a 2005 Saturn Vue, we bought it new and have taken very good care of it, but it’s almost five years old right? Most people seem to start thinking of a new car when it gets to that age (we aren’t, we like this one just fine).  I just got the registration notice for it that says with all the fees (registration fee, licence fee, county fee, smog fee…) the total for me to renew my plates is $179 bucks

$179 dollars to register a car that’s five years old.  That means that if they triple it like they want to, my fee will go up to about $340 which is money I can’t afford.

I’m tired of the “Let’s help the poor” in this state when they won’t do anything about the illegals.  Right now, illegal immigrants cost this state about $10.5 BILLION a year - well there’s a way to close the budget gap!  As for the ‘poor’ they can have the jobs that the illegals won’t be filling.  The Octomom can actually get out and do something for a change instead of her current hobby of invitrofertilzation.

California’s belief that they can tax themselves into prosperity has never worked and WILL NEVER WORK!  All they have done is driven more and more companies out of the state and then raised the taxes on the ones that remained to make up the difference.  This is liberalism at it’s finest and I can’t wait to leave it behind me.

FU Kalifornia!

January 19th, 2009 | 1 Comment | Posted in California, Libtards

I would like to thank the government of California for being honest about the fact that they are going to rip me off.

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California will not pay state tax refunds for individuals and business that overpaid 2008 taxes, in order to conserve dwindling cash for priority payments including school spending and debt repayment required by state law, the state’s controller office said on Friday.

Other state checks to be postponed for 30 days include payments for vendors who provide services and products to the state government and state checks to a million aged, blind and disabled Californians to cover rent and utilities bills, State Controller John Chiang’s office said in a statement.

See, you pay your taxes like you are supposed to and then they just say “Gee, we are going to change the rules now and keep it all.” and yet they wonder why no one likes, trusts, or even wants to have a business here.  I know that when I graduate I am looking for a job as far away from this den of snakes as I can find, why would I want to stay in a state whose answer to everything is more taxes?

California jumped the shark a long time ago by making the state a sanctuary for illegals, then they went with the legalized marijuana, and now they are going with the robber baron attitude.  Hell I wish I could tell the power company, the phone company and my landlord that I’m not going to give them the money I owe them because I want to “conserve dwindling cash for priority payments”.  I’m sure they would get a big fucking laugh if I tried that one.

Well, all I can say is that since I doubt Zorro is going to rise up and fight the evil powers then I am just going to give Kalifornia a big FUCK YOU and move ASAP.

This pretty much sums up how I feel

January 8th, 2009 | No Comments | Posted in California, ramblings

Yea, really feel like getting out of this place

Have I got a Proposition for you

November 11th, 2008 | 1 Comment | Posted in California, WTF

As everyone in the world probably is aware, Proposition 8 passed here in California.  For those who have been living under a rock or were so infatuated with Obama that you were blinded by all other activities in the world, Proposition 8 is an amendment to the California Constitution that defines marriage as being between a man and a woman.

Well, since it passed the fecal matter has been striking the air flow enhancing oscillation device.  Protests, lawsuits, statements about how churches should be burned down… you know, the normal stuff that happens when liberals lose, they throw a major league temper tantrum. Hell, we even have state lawmakers filing a suit saying that Proposition 8 should be overturned because “voters did not have the authority to make such a dramatic change in state law”.   EXCUSE ME???  Where the hell does it say in the California Constitution that the people can’t vote on amendments to it?  It’s been done before.

Gay rights activists are trying to portray this as civil rights case, which it isn’t.  They are claiming that they are discriminated against because straight people can get married and they can’t.  But here’s the problem, in California they can have civil unions which confer the SAME RIGHTS as marriage.

As Bob Parks puts it, this isn’t a civil rights issue by any stretch of the imagination:

Gays routinely equate their modern-day inconveniences with “civil rights” which is code for the black Civil Rights Movement. Roseanne, unlike gays, blacks couldn’t avoid discrimination by staying in the closet. Blacks couldn’t shed the color of their skin.

Oh, but it’s not marriage you say?  Course it’s not.  Marriage is something that is performed by a church and a priest.  It is a RELIGIOUS ceremony, not a legally binding contract under the states view.  You can have a priest stand up, do his thing, and if you don’t have that marriage license, which is a legal contract issued by the state and is – in all ways – a civil union, it’s just pretty words in the states eyes.

When my wife and I got married the pastor gave us a nice little marriage certificate suitable for framing that says the date we were married, the pastor signed it and it has a nice, official looking seal on it.   But as far as being legal – it’s about as legal as Monopoly money. The real legal document is the one issued by the state.

So, what is the difference between a civil union and marriage?  One is performed by the state (civil unions), and the other is acknowledged by the state (marriage).  Otherwise, the rights granted are the same.  But the gays aren’t happy with a civil union, they seem to want to force the religious institutions to bend to their will and marry them by threat of law. I always thought there was ‘separation between church and state’?  Isn’t that what liberals like to carry on about??  So, if there is to be a separation, how can they back a law that would essentially stick it’s nose into the church’s business?

Do I have a problem with gays wanting to get married?  Nope, not at all.  What I have a problem with is that when the votes are cast and everything is over with, if the liberals win they go on about how ‘the system worked’ and if they lose then it’s all about ‘Those evil bastards must have cheated.”  I have a problem with a minority group DEMANDING not that we tolerate them, but that we accept them.  Acceptance is different than tolerance.  Tolerance means that I may not agree with you but I TOLERATE it because it’s the civilized thing to do, acceptance means that I am just happy as a warm turd that you are doing what your doing.

I have a few friends who are gay.  If some priest wants to give them a ceremony to go with a civil union, there is no law stopping them, they still have all the benefits of marriage and the ceremony, it’s just legally called a civil union. I will just never agree with a law that intrudes on areas that are part of the churches prerogative.

Here’s a wonderful quote from a poster on the San Francisco Chronicles site

Marriage licenses are issued by governments, not religious institutions. Religious institutions can opt to perform or not perform marriage ceremonies. The only solution to this issue is to abolish marriage as we now understand it and to consider it just another contract between 2 individuals 18 years and older. There is nothing sacred about marriage – heterosexuals have been trashing the institution via divorce, bigamy, affairs, murdering spouses and children and abortion since its inception. Grow up YES ON 8 folks – your marriages are nothing more than an unholy union of one prostitute and one pimp.

Ah yes, the enlightened left “abolish marriage as we know it”.  Um, if it is such a horrible institution then why do you want to be a part of it?