Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Too Depressed

I thought about writing about what a bunch of cowardly fucktards the Democratic leadership in congress is.

I thought about how these useless sacks of blue blood blubber have just turned over the last independent branch of government to George Fucking Bush, on the very day of his State of the Union Address.

I thought about writing about how all the debate surrounding unwarranted searches of American citizens is now just a lot of useless banter. How, with this lay down, there are no longer any checks to this president's power.

I thought about writing about how that smug SOB will sit there and stutter through all the victories he's had, and about how the whole country is behind him and this landmark vote on Alito is just more proof. He'll go on about the filter and about how they have been distorting his message, yet even so the country is behind him.

I also thought about how he'll trot out all his grand plans for a new Social Security how great a success Medicare is and so on.

I thought about writing about how pundits are claiming that Democrats would be bringing a knife to a gun fight when it comes to the now defunct filibuster. I thought about telling them that if everything you stand for, and everything you love is being threatened by a power grabbing megalomaniac, you fight with anything you have or it's already gone.

I thought about writing about how the Democrats picked a DINO to respond to all the SOTU, and how it's just another sign that they have surrendered everything to the Dear Leader. That they have no soul or fighting spirit.

Yeah, I thought about it, but I'm just too depressed.

Friday, January 27, 2006

Now it's Kidnapping

Not satisfied with torture, and other basic deprivations of human rights of 'suspected terrorists'. The US is now into kidnapping. Proud, proud day.

From the article:
Iraq's deputy justice minister, Busho Ibrahim Ali, dismissed such claims, saying hostage-holding was a tactic used under the ousted Saddam Hussein dictatorship, and "we are not Saddam."

Will someone please remind the Pentagon that we aren't supposed to be either.

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Germany's Slide into Fascism

With Bush's blatant above the law mentality, I have been wondering about the earmarks of totalitarianism as of late. A little preliminary research led me to this site. The article analyzes a book written by Sebastian Haffner called "Defying Hitler". As you read, I think it is quite simple to draw some rather chilling comparisons to what is happening today.

Monday, January 16, 2006

The Dream

What real moral character looks like.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Bipartisan Bumper Sticker






Democrats put it on the back.
Republicans put it on the front.