Well we knew it would happen. Pennsylvania would inevitably just deem itself a royal oligarchy unto itself – Democracy is dead here in the Princedom of Pennsylvania. Rather, Pennsylvanians are now governed by a group of hungry pseudo-aristocrats, who we foolishly once elected. Our state government has decided to use public money for the advancement of its own private interests. My taxes, peon that I am, must now pay the cost of our royalty’s legal bills, so they can keep both the exorbitant raises and the “unvouchered expenses” they recently gave themselves. Our money is now their money, and they are suing us so they don’t have to tell us where they spend their “unvouchered expenses”.
“Oh my dear Prince Jubelirer shall We have Beluga?” “No, fellow Duke Cappy, We shall serve roast swan and Napoleon brandy at Our royal gathering!” “And to think those whiners still imagine there’s a difference between Democrats and Republicans. Pay up and shut up I say. They should be grateful we don’t just eat them!” “Oh Ralph you are so, so droll!”
Yes, by regal edict and decree, we, once the people of a past commonwealth, must now pay the legal bills of our rulers who intend to keep our resources for personal gain. John Locke in the Second Treatise of Government actually recommends revolution at this point, and we are doing our best, but it is expensive to fight such an over bloated group of grifters we once called legislators and judges. I only hope our national government, after attending to the American Bosnia/Darfur once known as Louisiana, will take a look at our little self-officiating mini aristocracy, Pennsylvania, the current residence of America’s most treasured legal documents, what are they called again? The U.S. Constantly Goosing us Some? I know it’s something like that that’s stored in Philly.Powered by Sidelines