Monday, February 8, 2010

"Paralysis": James P. "Little Jimmy" Vann sits at home and ponders his next career move. . .

"Federal government agencies will be closed on Monday as the U.S. capital continues to emerge from the snow." -- Reuters.

Meanwhile, the enterprising CPT Jonathan Tuttle of the Beltway Commandos uses the cover of the snowstorm to visit a fifth-floor snitch at home.

As long as corrupt lawyers rule the regime, the forces of constitutional restoration can never sleep.


pdxr13 said...

Non-essential Federal workers are asked to stay home. Please inform your supervisor of how the time is to be accounted (unpaid, sick/family leave, floating holiday, or vacation time).

Essential Federal staff are required to report on-time and to be prepared to work for up to 72 hours with minimal breaks (overtime authorized except for supervisory personnel who may apply for normal-rate meals/lodging reimbursement with receipt).

Non-essential staff should use this down time to consider their life and work.


Happy D said...

Don't ya hate shoveling all that global warming off the walks?

Anonymous said...

If they are non-essential, why do we need them at all?

Anybody who is non-essential should start looking for another job.