Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Joe Scarborough can kiss my ass!

First, he tries rationalize the Iraquagmire as a noble cause. He failed in my opinion. Then, he attacks the NY Times and uses that as the basis to say that the liberals still control mainstream media. WTF??

I accidentally clicked on something that took me to his blog. Now I have to get out the tagament. I can't even WATCH OR READ the news anymore without feeling ill.

Can we have our country back, PLEASE?

Saturday, November 20, 2004

Betty Bowers: How to tell if you live in a Red State or a Blue State

Betty Bowers - America's Best Christian - has published her latest newsletter, with a few of the differences between the Red states and blue states.

Here's a little tidbit:

Blue States: Home of good schools
Red States: Homeskooled good

Blue States: Want a big tent for their Party.
Red States: Wears a big tent to her party.

Blue States: Favor electric cars
Red States: Favor electric chairs

Blue States: Concerned about ballooning deficits' effect on capital markets turning gains into thin air
Red States: Concerned about whether it's demons that make balloons float in thin air

Blue States: Dream of making enough money to kite and swim with Czechs in Biarritz
Red States: Dream of kiting enough checks to swim in Schlitz

Blue States: Favor institutionalized health care for the poor
Red States: Favor institutionalizing the poor

Blue States: After the 9/11 attacks, put coffins in the ground
Red States: After the 9/11 attacks, put magnetic flags on the car

Read the newsletter here.

Washinton Post prints homophobic supplement

I am shocked and disappointed by the Post's action. I learned of this via AMERICAblog John pretty much said it, and I am posting part of his comment here:

The Washington Post yesterday printed a magazine ad supplement, bought by religious right groups, that is one of the most bigoted homophobic things I have ever read. I am astonished the Post would print this filth.

In it you learn things like the fact that sexual orientation isn't genetic. Why? Because if it were genetic it would have to be passed by gay parents who don't have kids! Putting aside a number of holes in that theory, there's the more general scientific point about recessive genes. My point is that this filth isn't even scientifically correct, and the Post is publishing it. I didn't realize the Post had no problems publishing junk science targeting minority groups. Huh.

What's more, the entire publication is based on race-baiting. It is CLEARLY written for the black community in an effort to piss them off against the gays. Funny, but you'd think the Post would have a problem with a scientifically invalid publication whose sole intent was to enrage one minority community against another. But no.

Oh, and it gets better. The publication informs you that gays die at the age of 41. Yep, all of us. What they don't tell you is that this little "study" was conducted by Dr. Paul Cameron, an anti-gay nutjob who has even been disowned by the religious right (let alone he was thrown out of various medical associations). But does the Post have a problem publishing junk science that suggests that certain minority groups are inferior to others? Not at all!


You may download the piece of crap here. I cut it in two - so it would be easier to download.

Part 1
Part 2

Thursday, November 04, 2004

59,000,000 idiots and counting

I can hardly believe it happened. Has the entire country gone mad?

YES! Sadly.

So, let's see what we'll have to look forward to:

2.7 Trillion national debt
400+ billion deficits per year - at least
2.1 Trillion after W tries to privatize Social Security
Invasion of Iran
Draft - because we're losing Iraquagmire and will need troops for Iran
Osama is still free. Laughing at us. The man who attacked America has gotten away with it. But, remember, Furious George doesn't care about him!