Canamerexico Here We Come

Vehicle License Plates Are Used in Efforts to Track Down Tax Evaders: "Two barrel-shaped cameras on top of his license inspector's car instantly captured the tag numbers on dozens of vehicles in the lot. Within seconds of his first pass, an alarm sounded and red lights flashed on a laptop computer linked to the cameras. ...the system can capture 1,500 license plate numbers and images per minute and read plates from all 50 states and Canada and Mexico."
Gas Shortage in the Nashville Area - Testing in Progress: It's not just Nashville. In Murfreesboro, Smithville, Franklin and other outlying towns it's the same. The news is reporting that no gas at all can be found in Franklin.

A real shortage or contrived with Tennessee as a test case to see how the masses will react in the event of shutdowns? So far no riots.

At stations where gas was available, lines stretched out to the streets. In some cases, police had to step in to clear out traffic problems caused by those long lines.
Difficult homecoming looms for Ike evacuees: One week after Hurricane Ike wiped out whole neighborhoods and nearly every basic service in Galveston, there is a plan to start letting some 45,000 evacuees back to their hobbled hometown.

Now they've been given a new warning: Going home won't be easy.

No power, limited sewer services and spotty water utilities are among the trials that city officials say could await residents when a gradual reopening of Galveston begins next week.

Residents of the harder-hit Boliviar Peninsula will also start seeing their homes next week, albeit for only a quick peek. And because the main road is impassible in many spots, residents will be loaded into dump trucks and other heavy vehicles for their tour.

Galveston County Judge Jim Yarbrough, the county's highest elected official, said 60 state troopers were patrolling the heavily damaged peninsula.

and this article, in regard to 'fine print' in the so-called bailout...(Canamerexico here we come...)
Fascist coup nearly complete...: "Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency."

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