Thursday, May 1, 2008

Say what?

Just when I thought that Greg Cruz and the Taotao Tano couldn't get any worse, they come up with another stupid fucking press release in the papers. Somebody needs to take away their crayons for good because I, for one, am sick and tired of reading their asinine points of view.

Perhaps the fault lies with the media, who repeatedly deems the rantings of a few unemployed panderers fools newsworthy. Why not protest them? Why not hold up signs saying, "Taotao Tano Go Home (to your shitty little tin shacks that stand as a testament to your lack of intelligence and planning)."

Here's a bit of the article that appeared in today's Marianas Variety.

In a two-page letter, Taotao Tano leader Gregorio S. Cruz Jr. said they are taking action “on behalf of the suffering, humiliated, betrayed, and disrespected local indigenous Northern Marianas Descent people of the land of the commonwealth.”

The two lawmakers he wants impeached are Reps. Heinz S. Hofschneider, R-Saipan, and Tina Sablan, Ind.-Saipan.

Wonderful, Greg. You want to impeach Tina, one of the most honest and forthright leaders of our time. Do you even know the meaning of the word? I think you're high as a kite and dumb as a stick. And what about Heinz? What exactly were you saying about these two?

The complaint states that it is in the best interest of the people of the commonwealth, “especially to the local indigenous and the future generation’s well-being,” to remove Fitial, Hofschneider and Sablan from office...Cruz did not say what were the actions taken by Fitial and the two lawmakers that rose to the level of an impeachable offense.

Thanks genius! We definitely need more people like you in the CNMI, Greg. The only thing is that we need you to cut our lawns, not write to the government about the ratification of your moronic agenda.

Please Greg, leave the government for the adults. Surely there are plenty of fucked up adults in office now (I'm looking at you, Oscar and Luis), but the last thing we need is a food fight starting at the kids table.

The Constitution states that it is the “House of Representatives [that] may initiate impeachment proceedings by the affirmative vote of two-thirds of its members and the Senate may convict after hearing by the affirmative vote of two-thirds of its members.”

Anyone really think this is going to happen? Not likely.