Bad Lawmakers

Tell me, how did these guys get to where they're at?
They look pretty stupid to me;
and they want to get more smart guys in trouble.

Fall of 2006:
Senator Orrin Hatch (R) and his buddy Senator Patrick Leahy (D) are about to pull the rug out from even more private inventors with their Patent Reform Act 2006. They're pushing for a first to file instead of the first to invent patent enforcement. Yeah, just try to find a patent lawyer who doesn’t go on vacation while their cousin beats you to the post office with a complete application. (Out of 5 patent lawyers, I only got 2 honest ones.)

Hatchet face and Patra-dick's bill would give corporations a sneak peak at pending applications just as they do if the invention has sister application in foreign counties. Boy if you have any idea of the kind of heat they can bring down on you..... Hell, you'll be lucky to even have a job digging ditches.
    If they get their way, even more inventors drop dead.

I read something that Bill Gates said. He said that small companies and private inventors shouldn't have to pay for patent filing fees. I read that Bush took away 50% discount on filing fees for small entities, (private inventors.) but after checking out the USPTO web-site, I noticed that we still have a discount. I also read that he took that away 2/3 of the operating budget away from the folks down at the US patent office, but I haven't been able to prove that way one way or another. But if he did, it could get corrupt just like many Asian countries.
       Gee, even if we can find a patent lawyer that isn't working for the corporations instead of us, we'll have to worry if we would have to send an extra check for 10% for bribe fees like they are known to except in the Asian countries. (Yeah, otherwise an application is likely sit on a shelf for a very long time.)

Dennis James Sattler                 Dated 17th of February 2003


Basically we have some stupid law makers stripping away US citizen's rights instead of just making sure a foreigner can't by a gun in this country. It's like leaving the door open to terrorism if you ask me.

These law makers think stopping people with a history of mental illness from having guns will make this place safer, but that would mean that anyone who runs across a bully cop, (or a crooked one,) could have their rights to own a gun taken away.
     It could just be a lazy cope who doesn't want to book some one into jail and instead have a mental hospital come pick them up. There at a mental hospital, the doctors make moremoney claiming that person as mentally ill whether they are truly ill or not. Even if the person is deemed cured after 72 hours, the person would have some of their constitutional rights striped away and the case would have never been in front of a judge or jury. That's not justice.

And get the case with me. Before the fire, I hadn't even had a speeding ticket for 7 or 8 years prior. The local government set me up with a felony amount of marijuana so that they could make me look bad if I tried to sue the city. They took away my concealed weapons permit and I only had the right to ask for it back after five years. Now it's ten years later and Ijust had a bullycop arrest me for having a billy club that the arresting officers in Tacoma, Washington actually put back into my truck. (And I never did get my guns back from the city even though I was suppose to, but you know how judges, prosecutors and court appointed attorneys have answering machines.) 
     My billy club was sentimental to me. It was an old vintage military one I've kept in every truck I've had since I was a teenager. I've used for listening to engine noises and checking the tire pressure in my rear dullies, just as many truckers do every time they fill up. (From the Carlsbad cop's surprised look, I'd bet he found some other club to turn in instead of the collector's idiom he took from me.)  
            However, I had to plead guilty to the charges that it was some kind of weapon just so I could get out of jail while the towing company had a $500.00 bill for me and the storage on my truck at $40.00 per day. By plead guilty to the charges just to get out of jail and in that plea, I lost the right to ask for a concealed weapons permit for another ten years. And I had to give up my 4th amendment rights, which means that cops can search me at any time. (Yeah, they trash the place.)

More on this bust in Sept. 06 Bust of P-Day Journal.

       Then there was the time when I was thrown in a metal hospital for 72 hour evaluation because I smashed up my own truck. (14 mouths after the initial smashing.)
       Since the government was paying over a thousand dollars for it, there was a doctor who wanted to keep me for two weeks while a towing company had my truck. It wasn't until I met the third doctor who was a man before I got out. Sure I was released in less than 48 hours into the 72 (which is one in a million chance I was told by the nurses,) but the fact that I'd been there having the doctors profit off it whether I was mentally ill or not, my rights to carry a gun would be taken away if these stupid law makers have there way. That kind of situation, never being in front of a judge or jury would take someone's constitutional rights to owning a gun permit away.
    But this is America, the Great US of A. We' will let some asshole foreigner into this country and let him buy gun.     Making more stupid laws that take away the constitutional rights to a US born citizen is just plain stupid if you as me.

The constitution say we have the right to protect our own property, but our intellectual property rights have already been taken away from us and handed over to the manipulation of corporations and their money hungery share holders. It's like giving the license to high-jack someone intellectual property. But it's not only in America, it's global. Its industrywithallits greed and they got us getting dumber by the day as a result of it.
    Yes folks, It's called selective breeding. We are killing off many of the private inventors because of the way the patent terms are set up.
      As a cop in Australia said, "I think they want us stupid."
    (To learn more about the bad patent laws, check
out the underlined portion on the next page.)


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I've decided to post an old log from my stats I saved since last summer.
It's from the:
US Treasury Department.  
Executive Office Of Asset Forfeiture

I take it's the Office that has everything to do with damages the government pays out in law suits. And boy did they spend some time reading the good stuff. 
     Funny: on the same day I got a visit from the CIA also.
August Stats  enjoy.


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I found this web-site that is titled
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I found this web-site and they actually let me post something on it.


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