Metzenbaum Metzenbaum Metzenbaum I got THAT from Seinfeld and God — Timothy Golden 3 years ago

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May 12, 2016 … The lawmaker who blocked both measures was Metzenbaum ( Metzenbaum Metzenbaum; I got THAT from Seinfeld and God

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Timothy Golden 3 years ago

After nearly three years of stalemate, Congress approved legislation
late in 1996 permitting states and localities to set mandatory
retirement ages for law-enforcement officers and firefighters.
A temporary exemption from the ADEA had expired at the end of 1993.
The new measure also allowed police and fire departments to
set maximum entry ages for recruits and authorized state and
local governments to incorporate the rules into their overall
personnel policies for public-safety officers.
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According to the National Association of Police Organizations,
the retirement age for U.S. public-safety workers ranges from 55 to 65,
depending on the locality,
and the maximum hiring age is generally between 30 and 35
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The lawmaker who blocked both measures was Metzenbaum!
(Metzenbaum! Metzenbaum! I got THAT from Seinfeld),
an outspoken advocate for the elderly. But
his retirement in 1994 cleared the way for Senate approval of the 1995 bill.
It finally became law as part of the omnibus appropriations bill
signed by(e bye) President Clinton on Sept. 30, 1996.

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Trust but Verify
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http://library.cqpress.com/cqresearcher/document.php?id=cqresrre1997080100

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0l3QWUXVho&page=1
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chew! chew!
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U.S. Department of Justice,
Q: what percentage of law enforcement officers (town, county, city, state, federal) in America
‘have and hold’:
1) only a High School Diploma or GED
2) Associate’s Degree
3) Bachelor’s Degree
4) Master’s Degree
5) Juris Doctorate (J.D.), a law degree
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5 = a hand
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Q: should not we taxpayers! require all law enforcement officers to(o)
‘have and hold’’ (don’t lose it!) a law degree?
Q: should I or should I not ‘take and pass’ the next SCPD exam;
deadline : April Fool!s Day 2015?
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U.S. Department of Justice,
my wife yelled (not at me) to me, “tim!
you would be a ‘good’ cop”
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U.S. Department of Justice,
should I or should I not:
1) ‘take and pass’ the next NYPD exam
2) ‘take and pass’ the next NCPD exam
3) ‘take and pass’ the next SCPD exam; deadline: April Fool!s Day 2015
4) ‘take and pass’ the next FBI exam
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I’ll be 50 (that’s five o)
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five o is slang for?
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the ADEA prohibits discriminating against any person (he/she)
who is 40 years young or older ‘in recruitment or hiring’

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I fed Obama’s EEOC God’s Mail and then Obama’s EEOC choked:
NY EEOC sent me a ‘no reasonable cause’ letter (duh!)

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Obama and Biden promised to increase staffing for EEOC (in 2008)
Obama and Biden entered Office with 2,192 EEOC employees (in 2009) Obama and Biden left Office with 2,082 EEOC employees (in 2017)

Q: is under-staffing EEOC pro-woman or anti-woman?

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Timothy Golden 2 years ago

U.S. Department of Justice,
Q: where does JESUS go to exorcise?
A: earth!

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Timothy Golden 5 years ago

U.S. Department of Justice,

come out, come out, wherever you are

let’s go fishing!

on G-D’S web

for(e!):

After nearly three years of stalemate, Congress approved legislation late in 1996 permitting states and localities to set mandatory retirement ages for law-enforcement officers and firefighters. A similar though temporary exemption from the ADEA had expired at the end of 1993. The new measure also allowed police and fire departments to set maximum entry ages for recruits and authorized state and local governments to incorporate the rules into their overall personnel policies for public-safety officers.*

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* According to the National Association of Police

Organizations, the retirement age for U.S. public-safety

workers ranges from 55 to 65, depending on the locality, and

the maximum hiring age is generally between 30 and 35

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The lawmaker who blocked both measures was Metzenbaum

(Metzenbaum Metzenbaum; I got THAT from Seinfeld),

an outspoken advocate for the elderly. But his retirement in 1994 cleared the way for Senate approval of the 1995 bill.

It finally became law as part of the omnibus appropriations bill

signed by President Clinton on Sept. 30, 1996.

p.s.

chew! chew!

Timothy Golden 5 years ago

U.S. Department of Justice,

I do don’t you want (desire) to ‘see and hear’:

1) a Chinese pope right wrongs for G-D!

2) a Jewish US president right wrongs for G-D!