Archives for: "June 2007"

Jun/29
2007

Buying Justice

I'm already sick of the phase "5 to 4". But I know this is just the beginning. Thanks to big business, in particular energy, insurance and commerce, America will now be subjected to decades of judicial reversal. It's only the beginning but already… more »
Jun/29
2007
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) -- A Mickey Mouse lookalike who preached Islamic domination on a Hamas-affiliated children's television program was beaten to death in the show's final episode Friday. In the final skit, ''Farfour'' was killed by an actor… more »
Jun/28
2007
Earlier this week, some dumb rich bitch got out of jail. Not news. However, I admit that I did see a tiny glimmer of hope out there. MSNBC anchor Mika Brzezinski refused to cover the story. They gave it to her 3 times and she responded by attempting to… more »
Jun/26
2007
There seems to be a common theme in the religious right these days: science where it suits them, but only to the degree that it meets their needs. Recently a couple had been trying to have kids, and when they couldn't they turned to science to help… more »
Jun/26
2007
Logically speaking the first child is the eldest child. There's lots of things special about being first in any venue, but recently, it's been diagnosed that eldest kids are often the smarter kids. Ok, well, that comes as no big surprise to many of us.… more »
Jun/24
2007
Why is it that the world needs to be responsible when an individual makes a stupid decision? Further, why is it seemingly impossible for ordinary people to own up to their own mistakes? Case in point, people with SUV's backing over their own children.… more »
Jun/24
2007
No touching. That's the rules. Not even a hug - full body or not. Even a handshake is off-limits. Now those are rules that will help the next generation succeed in life after public education.… more »
Jun/24
2007
and Vermont may champion the call. http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1383163/posts The 21 drinking age has always left a sour taste in my mouth. Adults can vote, smoke and join the army at 18, but god-forbid they might want a beer. It is a clear case… more »
Jun/21
2007
Can you smell the shredder overheating? I can. I predict that in 2008 the paper shredders in the White House, more specifically in the offices of the feral Vice President, will be working overtime. Data won't just be lost, it will be expunged. It will… more »
Jun/21
2007

Joe Pitts - Fucking Dolt

The following is a quote from the esteemed Republican representative from Pennsylvania: "The Mexico policy exists to draw a bright line between U.S. family planning policy and abortion,...However, it appears that there are some out there who wish to… more »
Jun/21
2007

You don't say...

Destroying human life in the hopes of saving human life is not ethical -- and it is not the only option before us. Bush said that in a speech concerning his planned veto of the new stem cell research bill. I find it interesting. Destroying life is… more »
Jun/19
2007
An article in the NY Times today addressed the issue of whether crazy people should be allowed to vote. Ok, that's not the nicest way to say it, but that summarizes the concept the most simply. But how do you define crazy? Would most people say that… more »
Jun/19
2007
I tell you, we've got some winners in Congress. We really do. Take Rep. Bachus from Alabama's 6th district. He's smart. And wily. Sadly, it's more like Wile E Coyote. So, they had hearings this month on internet gambling. And of course, the dangers of… more »
Jun/18
2007
When our current president took office, a man from the state of oil and energy, the cost of a gallon of gas was about a dollar fifty. Today it's more than twice that, and these prices are here to stay. The energy industry has found that it's not just… more »
Jun/18
2007
To all the people who are critical of any plan to put a date on a withdrawal of American troops from Iraq, read the following quote see how it sits: WASHINGTON (AP) -- Stabilizing Iraq could take as long as a decade, says the U.S. commander in Baghdad.… more »
Jun/14
2007
Who is David McDade? Well he's the Douglas County District Attorney. In Georgia. Apparently his brand of "law" involves intimidation of victims, or more specifically a victim's mother. Let's review the details of the case. It all starts with oral sex.… more »
Jun/14
2007
"Gay" marriage had a victory today. The Massachusetts legislature declined to put the issue before their public by voting (fairly overwhelmingly) against it. Deval Patrick, the Governor, had characterized the issue as "distracting" from other more… more »
Jun/13
2007
It's hard for anyone to understand muslim nations these days. They claim to be 'advanced' enough to control nuclear power, and yet they freely give weapons and explosives to other muslims to kill... more muslims. They claim to be civilized, and yet… more »
Jun/13
2007

Go to Hell Mr Bleyle.

Go directly to hell. Do not pass go. Do not collect fucking $200. Just fucking go to hell. Mr Wayne Albert Bleyle admitted to molesting children. Specifically, he admitted to eight counts of forcible lewd acts upon a child and four counts of exhibiting… more »
Jun/11
2007

Fuck you HBO

I watch the Sopranos. I missed most of the first couple seasons, but I've caught the last 3 and some of the one before that. Good show, very quality. One of the few TV shows that I actually followed. This was the last season. Last episode was last… more »
Jun/09
2007
The Special Olympics is seeking greater recognition by looking for sponsorship from big cities such as New York. While they have had a great deal of success in smaller towns and venues they appear to find the lack of support from larger, more urban… more »
Jun/09
2007
I have a knee-jerk reaction to bumper stickers. Often if I find the advertised message offensive, retarded or just plain asinine (e.g. 'I love Cats, they taste great with sauce', '"W"', 'No Jesus, No Peace') I feel free to immediately cast aspersions on… more »
Jun/07
2007
... and the rich don't walk? The premier high-ho Paris now gets "house arrest" instead of time in jail after consulting with "medical personnel'. What the fuck ok? Who says all people are created equal? The bitch spent all of 5 days in jail. Unless the… more »
Jun/07
2007
It's not that anyone really needs evidence that the people guiding our current government are retards who just go with their "gut instincts" before implementing policy, but some examples are just more frustrating than others. An excellent example being… more »
Jun/01
2007
By now everyone knows the story. This self proclaimed "very well-educated, successful, intelligent person" decided to ignore advice and later, commands not to travel because he has a deadly disease. The excuses: that he felt fine, that he was never… more »