Tag: Kentucky

Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis needs to be publicly ridiculed and shamed

Why? Dan Savage let slip in a clip that the four times married Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis has been married has a rather curious filial story. You see when she was married to husband number one she had a set of twins by future husband number three, who then husband number two adopted.

It’s a story straight out of I’m my own grandpa.

But here is the thing – she’s trying like all get out to martyr herself so she can go on the bigot talk circuity and make some cash. But I think that ship has sailed.

So instead there are two alternatives  to such an obstinate cunt as Davis. First is execution – but alas I’m more for the blade and her head on a spike as warning. That said – another we can employ is ridicule. Her relationships and familial stuff is ripe for a healthy dose of ridicule. Fore example, in her vaunted religion- the Jesus character really doesn’t like divorce. And there are several prohibitions on fucking around in there too. So throw those in her face. It’s already starting as people at the counter are starting to question how many times Davis has been married.

Me – I guess I’m more crude. Had I lived in an area where a religious bigot denied me – I’d have explained that if they think they’re being persecuted I can show them that they’re clearly not being persecuted. I’d offer to nail her to a tree to experience real persecution. Or maybe just strangle the mangy bitch and stuff her in the trunk of a car. Who knows.

Reading: Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt

I’m currently reading the book “Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt” by Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco. It details what big business and society has done to various peoples and areas in the U.S.

I’m on the chapter now that talks about the coal mining in West Virginia, Kentucky and the like. You  get a strong powerless vibe from the stories he tells.

But I can tell you – mechanized mining requires, wait for it, the internal combustion engine. And if you want to stop mountain top mining you have to get mechanically creative. It can be as simple as dumping a gallon or two of corn syrup in the fuel tank, or what i term creative re-wiring. Disconnect sensors, starters, steal batteries etc. If it’s a gasoline powered vehicle rewire the spark plugs. Switch em’ up some.

Do any of that and you’ll disable the vehicle for a good part of a day. Do it repeatedly – switch up targets to make it difficult.

The rich and big business want to fuck with us, I say we fuck with them. Put it this way – the rich think they’re immune from anything we might do. I think they are sorely mistaken. Just watch the movie The Jackal to get my gist. All it takes is a rifle, a scope and good ammo.

But the other parts of the book so far detail the genocide against the Native Americans and how the government shits all over the Native Americans to this day. Being that I’ve got a few percent Mohawk that one makes my blood boil just a bit.

Then there’s Camden, NJ – a hollowed out manufacturing town.

And now as I mentioned earlier I’m on the chapter about coal mining. One little blurb that emerges in this chapter is that we’ve got maybe 20 years of coal left to mine. After that – done. And then consider half of U.S. electric power comes from coal. It’s scary.