The best commentary on this idiocy I've seen is here.
I do believe the J in DOJ now stands for jerkwads.
It's impossible to argue with the legally insane, aka, the DOJ.Dick
This is yet another example of what do-good government programs end up becoming. You get a program with a genuinely good basic core mission like ADA, and the bureaucrats muck it up into a mockery of itself.This is why I think do-gooding should be left to the churches and non-profits. They more efficiently keep their programs on point, and when someone wanders off the playing field into lala land, they call b.s. on it.Government programs' two main functions are 1) to spend all of its allocated monies so its funds do not shrink next budget, and 2) to create make-work so the principals can draw up activity sheets to prove they actually do stuff, and their jobs are justified. Helping the disabled better fit into society, bringing food and housing to the indigent, improving education, battling wars, running passenger trains back and forth across the land: these are accidental byproducts.
mts is on the right track, just look out for that "light at the end of the tunnel"...it's probably a fuckin' train!When the government routinely and flagrantly breaks the law & displays a willful disregard for the will of the people (California Prop. 8, Arizona 1070), THERE IS NO LAW: We've degenerated into a feudal oligarchy; a "rule by the whims of bureaucrats":The SOBs running the show are shortening the already-waning life of this republic with every crooked deal they make and every law they break!
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