The List of the Fifty Most Loathesome

I hollered out loud at a few of these. But one in particular struck me as very funny:

13. God

Charges: If your answer to the age-old question of God’s existence is “yes,” your next question should be, “Why is he such a dick?” After three major natural disasters, not to mention the eternal constants of famine, war and disease, to believe in God is to believe either that He enjoys fucking with us, or at best has totally lost interest in the whole “people” thing. Never calls anymore.

Exhibit A: Mosquitoes, Ralph Reed.

Sentence: Forever listening to an unending stream of idiotic, mundane prayers uttered by the dumbest, most inarticulate people in His creation.

Indeed – how can we posit that a god is all loving when it allows hell to break loose on earth. No wonder I’m an atheist.

Some of the other loathsome: Karl Rove, Bill Frist, Barbara Bush, and Sam Alito. See the whole spectacle.

Oh Let it Be True

Apparently the White House has handed over some 250 pages of emails purporting that not only did Cheney know about the outing of Valerie Plame, but they he was active in the outing.

I realize this isn’t MSM but it’s a good read. Just imagine what would happen to Dubya if Cheney were taken out of the picture? Of course I know a presidential pardon would be given but still, the tarnish will be a bit much for the Republican party to rub off.

Old Horse Face Is At It Again

Greaty greasy gonads of a non-existent deity! Does Ann Coulter feel that she has to put down those who don’t agree with her at every opportunity?

She was engaged to speak at Indiana University.
During the speech she called one heckler “gay boy”, while at other moments of protest she derided those who came to protest.

The “gay boy” comment was uncalled for. The student simply asked her if we should just dispense with the niceties and go for a full blown dictatorship, to which she responded “You don’t want the Republicans in power, does that mean you want a dictatorship, gay boy?”

And of course the College Republicans had to defend the comment with “”I think the guy could have been more respectful to her,” he said. “I mean, we already know that she was going to be controversial and she was just saying what people were thinking. If you are going to talk like you are gay, then Ann Coulter is going to call you gay. Of course, she said it in a spiteful tone, but it was expected.”

I could go on and on about this bitch. But I’ll let you read further.

Can a president elected through fraudulent means be tossed out?

Because Black Box Voting is really going gangbusters identifying serious election hanky panky.

For example, while I find the grammar and syntactical skills of the journalists at the Associated Press to be very disappointing, this article ineloquently states what the problems encountered happened to be.

Even during the 2000 Judicial Fiat we knew something was wrong. Same happened in 2004 and Dubya’s plunging numbers only reinforce the notion that something is seriously rotten in Denmark.

The RNC is really scraping the barrel

So for the past couple of weeks I’ve gotten messages that someone from the RNC is calling me about an award, etc. Of course the message is less than satisfactory so today I called.

When I talked to the guy they played a message from Representative Reynolds about how small businesses are being squeezed by taxes, regulation, etc. Now granted, I have an EIN and I use it for corp-2-corp stuff that I do. But I’m a one man shop – reason being is that it’s a part time gig and the thing the really makes me not jump into the fray feet first is something I don’t think most of you would have guessed.

It’s health care. There’s no way in hell as a small business owner that I’d shell out $5,000 a year for health insurance for myself. But if nationalized health insurance were out there, I’d be more likely to not only jump in feet first but I’d also me likely to hire folks knowing that I don’t have an out of control expense to contend with.

On a /. thread I made the point that less than 10% of the money we spend on military misadventure would pay for a manned space program for at least 20 years.

And if we took, oh, 25% of the military budget we could probably make sure that every U.S. citizen has health insurance. Hell, with that kind of money we could make sure they had access to a medical system the likes of which the world has never seen.

Granted, I object to the fact that in Rhode Island the tax rules for a business are just this side of ridiculous.

For example, even if I had an overall loss for the fiscal year I’d still be on the hook to division of taxation for $500. That just adds insult to injury in my opinion.

And I guess the RNC didn’t research me very well. Had they done so they would have found that I’m ultra-left leaning liberal. That’s right, just to the left of Ghandi.

Post #100 – Germany testing new citizens

They ask such questions as “Is it ok to beat ones wife?” or “What would you do if your son proclaimed he was homosexual and wanted to live with another man?”

Muslims say this is discriminatory towards them but I think the German government is trying very hard to maintain a secular society. Of course people can lie so the test is pretty much worthless.

But we also must remember that German secular society is responsible for the fact that they imported Serbs and Turks to do the jobs they themselves didn’t want to do. The same happened in France. Funny that two countries that were once bitter enemies are now being overrun by Muslims.

But the key difference is that in Germany and France, the Arab, Turk and Serb minorities aren’t afforded equal protection under the law. In the U.S. immigrants are afforded the opportunity to become citizens and enjoy the rights of citizenship. Even when they aren’t citizens they are afforded protections enjoyed by citizens.

In Germany and France they are not afforded those protections. That is the key difference. The U.S. for all its faults actually gets something right.

That’s all for post number 100 exactly two months to the day that I started this blog.

Interesting video about 9/11/01

I believe in my heart of hearts that the events of 09/11/2001 were both planned and executed by members of our government. I feel so strongly about this that if real proof is found, I’d like to see the heads of all PNAC memebers on the spikes of the White House fence.

Go and watch this video. It’s 1:21:50 long – but makes some very good points that point to this being a grand conspiracy. If it’s true – the Bush administration is responsible for the loss of life to over 5,000 American lives if you combine the WTC lives lost and those lost in our little military misadventure in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The thing is, there are just too many little pieces falling together to fill in the gaps in this puzzzle. And the finger definitely points to the PNAC boys and the Bush administration.

BTW – one post to go before I reach my hundreth in just about two months. Am I prolific blogger? You tell me.