Friday, January 8, 2016

How To Hall Your Hoarse When The Population Is Neck Reining Is To Understand The Term English

Know matter how the walk in life is tremendous to be of Witness to the feather of Horse,
the ride in the breadth to explain the deep breathe is as the question added to the deed,
on course in this Human organization of People whom dip to the influence of spread,
sum the extract shin to the left in the style of what did chore to the list of the stayed.

To have been of the candor the able with sleet it is the string that is spooling on,
born in the decade of the 1960's at creek it was of the demonstration that letter got said,
no room for the avenue of switch to the sped to inform the mappers on the chart after dead,
the grave in decision to Watch the mechanics,
floored by the went to that silent of tent its!!

Only the fact that it is of that berth Harbor for the City was swimming found day shins of War,
these simple note take shins to that treat of the spunk made what is a question the answer of stead,
in the reason for dance to the deal of these base My best Friend died on those saddled deep sprains.

Crowds of the shackles An apricot tick The Season of bee's to that flower deemed stored,
yet that was not the cause of the stick it was the pour shin of cards on the bean in the gum.

Hours of now to the Minute Time speck particles charcoal And bar be Cue bread,
yawn this big steel this is a shield of done At difference in caliber the rifle of word,
at that the collection of letters to steep Whistle tops voice as the dogs paddled poise,
shoulder to cold Chills on the Goose ducks for the pigeons and Crickets to ticks,
thus the clock on an auto mechanic brings hugs to the envelope with a stamp for the gash,
splints to the runner Ban day'd for scratch basically the find is that language is packed.

World be lie on the deep bound bind ridge As that is the tunnel of echo ask lived,
truth be a map to discussion of not From deer to the Roo dolf at the semper to sleigh,
harness often knows of the work in the field yet the peel on that is many lie still in a laid,
onward & forward is my personal prior,
be sure to wool keep as speaking the text.

To A Memory

A Horse's Prayer

Feed me, Water me and Care for me. 

When my day's work is done, provide me with shelter,
a dry, clean bed and a stall with enough room for me to lie down in comfort.

Talk to me. Your voice often means as much to me as the reins.

Pet me sometimes, that I may serve you more gladly and learn to love you.

Do not jerk the reins and do not whip me when going uphill.

Never strike, beat or kick me when I do not understand
what you mean, but give me a chance to understand.

Watch me and if I fail to do your bidding, see if something
is wrong with my harness or feet. Examine my teeth
when I do not eat, I may have an ulcerated tooth that is very painful.

Do not tie my head in an unnatural position or take away
my best defense against flies by cutting off my tail.

Do not smoke in my barn or leave me tied up overnight
and perhaps burn me to death while you are sleeping in
your comfortable bed.

And last, my Master, when my strength is gone, do not
turn me out in a pasture without shelter and let me freeze
to death, or sell me to some cruel owner to be slowly
starved or worked to death, but take my life in the kindest
way and your God will reward you in the hereafter.

Author Unknown

For Eyes That Can Still Sea How Can A Community Both Stand, Fall And Know Of The Bee??

Sail the turbulence of this Nation's previous that is the Spline of the gator,
on that is the Crockery explain,
as the dish to that ghost on the Railroad is this the Horse of the graeae,
speak in the Wind I hear the sound of the threads on the fiber of the gunny sack speaking it Clear,
it is as the ground rose to the death of the backs that once did cheer,
to be on the shore of that bridge to the coffin of a dear.

This World is on the hem of the jewels in the badge of diagram,
talk to the gas station and be of the petrol on this tear,
thy banks have counted tin by tin to dash the eh with a barn to dig the sixteen dead spear.

Travel those roads to thee balance,
it is in the blink of an eye,
does Blackie on the pasture harbor the berth of a mere,
does this country tribe so dedicated that Mississippi must raise to the dump on the fig??,
for I all that I see is the bet on the gamble of Human fears.

Trades on the shipping to the lanes of Canada,
sport the birth with a certificate and staff this a extreme on the vase,
paint to the brush for expression decks to land on the measure,
no question to the African on that pier.

So to that is the basis of this long thorn,
round to that cable that the tracks I stared in the City,
from this to that to those beaches of blood spilled on the D Day of avenues,
War is toe bound to the Nut on the Tree,
hanging from those branches My Grandfather was one left to Stand in dignity and real hand,
to this country of torques that have harness to this mathematical this bridle and bit this a strap,
curbs and chains the bleed of the cattle to the Wool of sheep on the sweat,
wrap your tongues in a language of harsh for the turns are on the Fishermen,
nets to baskets shame the Catholic till the Pope barfs the shive of his perm,
take that understanding and comprehend this craft for the which is not not the flag of flounders.

Such grace in the patience of death by the hallows of ditches on Pane,
windows to the computation of the wash water on the subject,
prior on this is the Moon on its graph,
pour the Universe till the Comet is a Meteors path,
find this planet and put to license the begin with the impact of creation herself,
on the parade of the trillions of be leave,
envelope the dinosaur and the jack in the tar papers mirror.

As the Outer Solar on the Operation of a touch,
bring to this Core a stride of fact as that is the Wells in the Ross,
dedication to those drives that My Mother drove to know of the countrysides spacial divides,
in regards to the pain in and on the stride of Humanity the choice of red has been the lash that scar of the shale,
for as the earth rises to show the games on the boards of her trial its those fountains,
as the see water waist is on the dry goods to day,
freight to be of exclaim on this thermal National display,
does it really further the mind frost to ice on the fire,
heated buy the burns of the barrels of Oil to dish the bean as a Sword,
took by the tide in that Alcatraz on the View,
do not doubt this truth as the compass is the sunsets of the bier.

Heave this trip to your own personal journal of a minds that blank to the lear,
as the pound the coin or that dollar hide mule,
history is a port that Port is the call on your numbers of tiers to sheep the crap as a sumping pumped.

Defining The Rib??

Seam the Binder in on those Rings that spoke on the wheel of the Catholic divide of burning Historic,
the valve on the cent touch EAN of the basket on the In Scents of the Bar bare E! in train EAN grounds,
price on the pound,
the mind of the sound,
scratch to the what,
no its straight up the remove Vole of the Ba nan Neigh to plural of the nah,
mean EAN!~!

Trade to that signal on the Owl of the Awl to stitch of the Suit chores is a Skull of the star`t,
a word may pro bod to be of the stick yet the measure is the feet that each borns a *Whip!!,
this comes to diction of what is that speak,
a tree or the treason of the bodily skeet!!

Chute to the Timber is the lumber of Creek??,
strength on that is the strength of a date,
chortle to laughter or is the side a pitch,
brought believe with wonder to buttered of the spar!!

Reason with the fountain what is the learn,
as the waters raising is it in the pool,
does that run of river say to treacle seat that the Sir Up is a form of quest upon the stay??

Sure the map is avenue to Thought of Men toll Dice??,
in that card of Ole be Jam is the sing a Pei??,
shall the towards of rack in faxed be send ding door Bell state,
for in the every found of lens the blink is What to splay??.

Tunnel on the Echo?? verbose to Answer asked?? waltzing with the Dance of life standing with the Velt??,
what is the letter of the Al poe but the bee's in flowers burst of cadence to the pence,
a coin from the bud to paul^In of the breeze,
wind or Wind is detail source to know the drink of honey melt to sugars on the prey!!

*Whip (politics)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
whip is an official in a political party whose primary purpose is to ensure party discipline in a legislature. Whips are a party's "enforcers", who typically offer inducements and threaten party members to ensure that they vote according to the official party policy. A whip's role is also to ensure that the elected representatives of their party are in attendance when important votes are taken. The usage comes from the hunting term "whipping in", i.e. preventing hounds from wandering away from the pack.
The term "whip" is also used to mean:
  • the voting instructions issued to members by the whip,[1] or
  • in the UK and Ireland, a party's endorsement of a member of parliament (MP) or a Teachta Dála (TD); to "withdraw the whip" is to expel an MP or TD from his or her parliamentary party. (The elected member in question would retain his or her parliamentary seat, as an independent, i.e. not associated with any parliamentary party. However, in the Irish system, the party retains all funding and staffing resources allocated to it on behalf of that member for the duration of the parliamentary term.)


The expression 'whip' in its parliamentary context has its origins in hunting terminology. The Oxford English Dictionary defines the term "whipper-in" as, "a huntsman's assistant who keeps the hounds from straying by driving them back with the whip into the main body of the pack.". According to that dictionary, the first recorded use of the term "whipper-in" in the parliamentary sense occurs in 1772. However, P.D.G Thomas in House of Commons in the Eighteenth Century cites two examples of the use of the term that pre-date 1772.[2]
"It was within the context of such summonses to members out of town that the first known Parliamentary instance of the use of the term ‘whip’ occurred. In the debate of 8 May 1769 on a petition from some Middlesex freeholders against the seating of Henry Luttrell instead of John Wilkes, Edmund Burke mentioned that the ministry had sent for their friends to the north and to Paris, ‘whipping them in, than which, he said, there could not be a better phrase’. Although Burke's particular emphasis on the expression implied its comparative novelty, the hunting term had been used in this political context for at least a generation: on 18 November 1742 Heneage Finch remarked in a letter to Lord Malton that ‘the Whigs for once in their lives have whipped in better than the Tories’."


Main article: Party whip (Australia)
In the Parliament of Australia, as well as in the parliaments of the six states and two self-governing territories, all political parties have whips to ensure party discipline and carry out a variety of other functions on behalf of the party leadership. The most important function of the whip's office is to ensure that all members and senators are present to take part in votes in the chamber (maintaining quorum and preventing censure motions).[3] Unlike in the United Kingdom, Australian whips do not hold official office, but they are recognised for parliamentary purposes. In practice, Australian whips play a lesser role than their counterparts in the United Kingdom, as party discipline in Australia tends to be tighter.[4]
Their roles in the chamber include taking divisions, and maintaining a "pairs book" which controls the ability of members and senators to leave the parliament building during sittings, as well as the entitlement to be absent during divisions.
Liberal Party whips are appointed by the leader of the party, while Australian Labor Party whips are elected by the Caucus. For Labor and the Liberals, the chief whip is assisted by two deputy whips.[5]
Similar arrangements exist in the state and territory parliaments.


Main article: Party Whip (Canada)
In Canada the Party Whip is the member of a political party in the Canadian House of Commons, the Canadian Senate or a provincial legislature charged with ensuring party discipline among members of the caucus. The whip is also responsible for assigning offices and scheduling speakers from his or her party for various bills, motions and other proceedings in the House.


Whips exist for all parliamentary parties in Dáil Éireann and Seanad Éireann.[6] The government chief whip is normally a Minister of State at the Department of the Taoiseach,[7]and attends cabinet meetings.[8] The whips of each house meet weekly to set the agenda for the next week's business.[8] The Technical Group in the Dáil and the analogous Independent groups in the Seanad nominate whips to attend these meetings even though there is no party line for their whips to enforce.[9] Whips also coordinate pairing.[6][8]
The timing of most votes are difficult to predict and TDs are expected to stay within earshot of the division bell at all times. All TDs are required to vote with their party and to receive permission if they intend to be absent for a vote. Free votes are not a feature of the Irish parliamentary tradition.[citation needed]
From 1998, whips and assistant whips may be entitled to an allowance on top of their base legislator's salary.[10] In 2011, these allowances varied proportional to the size of the group, with Fianna Fáil's Dáil whip's allowance the highest at €19,000.[11]


In Greece, party discipline is normally very strict. However, a few governments have collapsed despite this strictness. The role of the whip is usually exercised by the party leaderbut Kostas Karamanlis, the prime minister from 2004 to 2009 and former leader of the New Democracy party, mostly used Giannis Tragakis, General Secretary of his party parliamentary group, as a whip. Until November 2008, New Democracy, Karamanlis' party, had 152 MPs out of 300. When Petros Tatoulis, MP for Arcadia Prefecture, stated that Karamanlis was guilty of a few political scandals, Karamanlis immediately expelled him from both the parliamentary group and the party, as a result giving New Democracy amajority of only one seat.[citation needed]


In India, the concept of the whip was inherited from colonial British rule. Every major political party appoints a whip who is responsible for the party's discipline and behaviour on the floor of the house. Usually, he/she directs the party members to stick to the party's stand on certain issues and directs them to vote as per the direction of senior party members.[12][13] However, there are some cases such as Indian presidential elections where whips cannot direct a member of parliament or member of legislative assembly on whom to vote.[14]


Main article: Party whip (Malaysia)

New Zealand[edit]

In New Zealand, the concept of the whip was inherited from British rule. All political parties that have four or more members in Parliament have at least one party whip, although Green Party whips are called musterers.[15] Parties with 25 to 44 members are allowed two whips (one senior and one junior), and parties with 45 or more members are entitled to three whips (one senior and two junior).
Whips act in an administrative role, making sure members of their party are in the debating chamber when required and organising members of their party to speak during debates. Since the introduction of proportional representation in 1996, divisions which require all members in the chamber to vote by taking sides (termed a personal vote) are rarely used, except for conscience issues. Instead, one of the party's whips votes on behalf of all the members of their party, by declaring how many members are in favour and/or how many members are opposed. They also cast proxy votes for single-member parties whose member is not in the chamber at the time of the vote, and also cast proxy vote during personal votes for absent members of their parties and for absent members of associated single-member parties.

South Africa[edit]

Although South Africa uses a proportional representation system, the concept of a political party whip, which was inherited from colonial British rule, has been maintained.[16]

United Kingdom[edit]

In British politics, the chief whip of the governing party in the House of Commons is customarily appointed as Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury so that the incumbent, who represents the whips in general, has a seat and a voice in the Cabinet. By virtue of holding the office of Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury, the government chief whip has an official residence at 12 Downing Street, although the chief whip's office is currently located at 9 Downing Street. Whips report to the prime minister on any possible backbench revolts and the general opinion of MPs within the party, and upon the exercise of the patronage, which is used to motivate and reward loyalty.
In the United Kingdom, there are three categories of whip that are issued on particular business. An express instruction on how to vote could constitute a breach of parliamentary privilege, so the party's wishes are expressed unequivocally but indirectly. These whips are issued to MPs in the form of a letter outlining the parliamentary schedule, with a sentence such as "Your attendance is absolutely essential" next to each debate in which there will be a vote, underlined one, two or three times according to the severity of the whip:
  • single-line whip is a guide to what the party's policy would indicate, and notification of when the vote is expected to take place; this is non-binding for attendance or voting.
  • two-line whip, sometimes known as a double-line whip, is an instruction to attend and vote; partially binding for voting, attendance required unless prior permission given by the whip.
  • three-line whip is a strict instruction to attend and vote, breach of which would normally have serious consequences. Permission not to attend may be given by the whip, but a serious reason is needed. Breach of a three-line whip can lead to expulsion from the parliamentary political group in extreme circumstances and may lead to expulsion from the party. Consequently, three-line whips are generally only issued on key issues, such as votes of confidence and supply[citation needed]. The nature of three-line whips and the potential punishments for revolt vary dramatically among parties and legislatures. Disobeying a three-line whip is a newsworthy event, indicating as it does a potential mutiny; an example was the decision on 10 July 2012 by 91 Conservative MPs to vote against Prime Minister David Cameron on the issue of reform of the House of Lords.[17]

United States[edit]

Further information: Politics of the United States
In the United States there are legislatures at the local (city councils, town councils, county boards, etc.), state, and federal levels. The federal legislature (Congress), state legislatures, and many county and city legislative bodies are divided along party lines and have whips, as well as majority and minority leaders. Similarly, the whip may also be known as the assistant majority or assistant minority leader.
Both houses of Congress, the House of Representatives and Senate, have majority and minority whips. They in turn have subordinate "regional" whips. While members of Congress often vote along party lines, the influence of the whip is weaker than in the UK system. One reason is that a considerable amount of money is raised by individual candidates, and members of Congress are almost never ejected from a party. In addition, because preselection of candidates for office is generally done through a primary election open to a wide number of voters, it is difficult for the national party to deselect a member of Congress who defies his party in a way that pleases their constituency.
Because members of Congress cannot serve simultaneously in executive positions, a whip in the United States cannot bargain with a member by using as an inducement the possibility of promotion or demotion in a sitting administration. There is, however, a highly structured committee system in both houses of Congress, and a whip may be able to use promotion or demotion within that system instead. In the House of Representatives, the influence of a single member individually is relatively small and therefore depends a great deal on the representative's seniority (i.e., in most cases, on the length of time they have held office).
In the Senate, the majority whip is the third-highest ranking individual in the majority party (the party with the most seats). The majority whip is outranked by the majority leader and, unofficially, the president pro tempore; because the office of president pro tempore is largely honorific and usually given to the longest-serving senator of the majority, the majority whip is in reality the second-ranking senator in the majority conference in terms of actual power. Similarly, in the House, the majority whip is outranked by both themajority leader and the speaker. Unlike the Senate's presiding officer, the Speaker is the leader of his or her party's caucus in the House.
In both the House and the Senate, the minority whip is the second highest-ranking individual in the minority party (the party with the lesser number of legislators in a legislative body), outranked only by the minority leader.
The whip position was first created in the House of Representatives in 1897 by Republican Speaker Thomas Reed, who appointed James A. Tawney as the first whip. The first Democratic whip, Oscar Wilder Underwood, was appointed around 1900.[18][19] In the Senate, the position was created in 1913 by John W. Kern, chair of the Democratic caucus, when he appointed J. Hamilton Lewis as the first whip, while Republicans later chose James Wadsworth as the party's first in 1915.[20]

Whips in other parts of the world[edit]

In most countries not now or formerly under control of the British Empire or part of the Commonwealth of Nations—like most of continental Europe and Asia—the position of whip does not officially exist. The whip's responsibilities are mostly exercised by the party leader or the leader of a parliamentary faction themselves.

In popular culture[edit]

British author and politician Michael Dobbs wrote a trilogy of books, centred around a fictional party whip named Francis Urqhart, which was dramatised and broadcast on theBritish Broadcasting Corporation between 1990 and 1995. The first book in the trilogy, entitled House Of Cards, lent its name to the original UK television series and has also been used as the title of subsequent series based on other countries political systems. In House of Cards, Francis Urquhart is the Chief Whip for the UK Conservative Party and the trilogy charts his ambitious rise through his party's ranks until he becomes Prime Minister.
In the American remake of House of CardsFrank Underwood is the House Majority Whip for the US Democratic Party. The series charts Underwood's ambitious rise through his party's ranks until he becomes President. The name Frank Underwood was both an acknowledgement of the original trilogy's protagonist Francis Urquhart and to the US political system itself, as Oscar Underwood was the first ever party whip for the US Democratic Party.