Thursday, April 22, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
…Embrace Toe-Sucking Sexual Pervert And Tax Evader
In a seemingly never-ending attempt to completely embarrass my home state of Arkansas and home of the University of Arkansas, dozens of angry, ill-informed people turned out April 15th, 2010 to protest on the town square for Tax Day protests. Police estimate the gathering at about 600 participants. Protest organizers claim the number was double the police estimate. Regardless of which number you believe, they all were ready and anxious to denounce the current administration, socialism, taxes and the rest of the long list of
Among the rabid, ill-informed
But a liar is not all of Dick’s accomplishments. Dick Morris is also morally and ethically challenged. He is, factually and specifically speaking, a toe-sucking, prostitute hiring, sexual pervert and tax evader. He had to resign his government position in shame because of his perversions, lying and illegalities. Given all that, it's no surprise he now works for the Republican news outlet of NewsCorp and is a poster child for the Tea Party Patriots. Dick Morris, such a wonderful, fine example of conservative Christian family values and conservative principles. You know, he’s just the kind of man any Republican or Tea Party conservative political candidate would want to befriend, idolize and hold up as an example and role model for their children and grandchildren.
Always nice to have good news to report.
1. Government sponsored prayer like the National Prayer Breakfast and Day of Prayer, instigated in the 1950s, was correctly ruled illegal. A District Court Judge ruled that is was an unconstitutional violation of the separation of church and state. Ah, doh! This is especially sweet because it is the religious cabal and organized crime syndicate called The Family at C Street in Washington, D.C. that organizes the illegal, corrupt National Prayer Breakfast. If only that group would be prosecuted for their crimes like political bribery, money laundering and tax evasion.
2. Speaking of crimes, it appears there is going to be an investigation into the preventable catastrophe at Upper Big Branch that killed 29 miners. If the news gets really good, they will find the mine owners and the board of directors guilty of criminal behavior. If the facts are as I know them now, I’d call what they did murder. May they all rot in prison.
3. The Securities and Exchange Commission filed a civil fraud suit today against Goldman Sachs. It is the first time regulators have taken action against a Wall Street deal that helped greedy investors capitalize on the collapse of the housing market. May everyone at Goldman Sachs rot in a cell next to the C Street thugs and the Upper Big Branch mine murderers.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
At the recent Southern Conservative Leadership Conference Newt Gingrich, former failed Speaker of the House, railed against “President Obama’s secular government” and how it was taking the rights and freedoms away from Americans. He’s wrong as usual. President Obama’s secular government is the government of the founders of this nation, it’s my secular government and it’s yours. The secular government of the United States affords more liberty and freedom to its citizens than the theocratic form of government the failed Speaker has in mind. Contrary to what he says, Newt doesn’t care about America’s liberties and freedoms because he has an agenda, a long-standing goal. Newt and his co-conspirators of the evil Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell ilk of ‘my religion has to be your religion’ and the C Street cabal are working to replace our long-standing governmental system with a theocracy rather than a secular government. Their goals are no different than the goals of Osama Bin Laden, destroy America. They want to enforce their brand of Middle-Eastern religion on our government and onto its citizens. That’s why they fight the established law of our Western, secular Constitution requiring separation of church and state. If they ever succeed we can kiss our collective liberties, rights and freedoms goodbye. Want to see how that would work out? Want to see how a country functions with a Middle-Eastern religious cleric and a Middle-Eastern religious institution as the head of a country or in control of its head of state? Look at Iran. That’s what Newt and his other religiously insane conservative brotherhood are working to install in the United States.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Judging them on their rhetoric and stated goals there’s but one conclusion to be drawn concerning the Teabaggin’ “Conservatives” and what they have planned for the U.S.A.
Friday, April 9, 2010
The circa 1950s Version
The people of the Tea Party have been around for a long, long time. Only recently have they adopted the Tea Party Patriot moniker. They say they are against government control, taxes and out-of-control spending. But that’s just a front, a lie. They protested none of these things during the Bush/Cheney regime. It wasn’t until President Obama was elected President that these loud-mouthed, hypocritical, ignorant and hateful people poured into the streets just as they did during the days when this country was fighting for race equality.
The University of Washington’s Info on 2010 Multi-state Survey on Race & Politics survey has been published and I don’t find any surprises with the data collected by the survey.
“Approximately 45 % whites either strongly or somewhat approve of the movement. Of those, only 35% believe blacks to be hard working, only 45 % believe blacks are intelligent and only 41% think that blacks are trustworthy. Perceptions of Latinos aren’t much different. While 50% of white tea party supporters believe Latinos to be hard working, only 39% think them intelligent, and at 37%, fewer tea party supporters believe Latinos to be trustworthy.”
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Pope Benedict , leader of the Middle-Eastern Religious Corporation called the Catholic Church with an estimated one billion followers, says the allegations of child rape, molestations, pedophilia and subsequent cover-ups by church leaders are merely a ‘crisis of faith’ and should be handled within the confines of the church.
I think it is a crisis of heinous felony crimes and should be handled by the secular justice systems in those countries where the alleged crimes occurred. Prosecution should also be pursued against any and all church leaders who willfully and knowingly covered up the crimes.