Thursday, November 27, 2008

Just some general stuff

Here's an idea for the auto industry and unions. And as he says, any politician who votes for bailing them out should, if every again use the words 'corporate welfare', be immediately tarred and feathered and thrown out of office(which should happen to a lot of them anyway).

William Ayers is a murdering terrorist dirtbag. And anyone who tries to deny what he's done and/or make excuses for his actions is a douche.

That the feds felt such need to inject themselves into this 'cyberbullying' case is disgusting. Can you say 'trolling for headlines and power'? I knew you could. I'll further note, they don't mention what kind of 'bullying' the jerk is facing in school; considering the current climate, someone saying "You did a disgusting thing and I don't want to talk to you" would probably be considered bullying.

If you're not aware of some of the more idiotic/demented/bloodthirsty followers of the Religion of Peace attacking people in India, you're even more out of the loop than I often am. I think the reaction of the Indian government is likely to be, ah, let's say 'energetic'.

The Brits also have problems with LE who A: don't actually investigate before they go charging into people's homes and B: can't tell marijuana from things like, oh, tomatoes:
Mrs Matheson’s 47-year-old son Gus, a former driver, was looking out of the window when he spotted police cars screeching to a halt .

He said: ‘I wondered what on earth was going on. I opened the door and they more or less barged past, saying that I was growing cannabis on the windowsills.

‘I started laughing because I knew they were tomato plants but it wasn’t so funny when they frisked me and then started tearing the house apart.’
No, it wouldn't be. And, with what seems to be a standard leavetaking,
He added: ‘Despite leaving with their tails between their legs, the police didn’t even apologise.’
Hey, at least they didn't shoot the dogs this time.

The dumbass fascist-type homosexual activists demonstrate their tolerance for people who disagree with them.
The outbreak of attacks on the Mormon church since the passage of Proposition 8 has been chilling: envelopes full of suspicious white powder were sent to church headquarters in Salt Lake City; protesters showed up en masse to intimidate Mormon small-business owners who supported the measure; a website was created to identify and shame members of the church who backed it; activists are targeting the relatives of prominent Mormons who gave money to pass it, as well as other Mormons who are only tangentially associated with the cause; some have even called for a boycott of the entire state of Utah.
I wonder how the jerks involved in this will like being prosecuted under the 'hate crimes' laws they're so fond of pushing?

What was that line about "Whiskey is God's way of keeping the Irish from ruling the world'?

And ending with another case of 'Politicians who should be tarred and feathered and run out of town on a rail':
“Who really cares about it being unconstitutional?” said Councilwoman Tonya Payne, a supporter. “This is what’s right to do, and if this means that we have to go out and have a court battle, then that’s fine … We have plenty of dead bodies coming up in our streets every single day, and that is unacceptable.”
The only good thing about crap like this is it clearly displays whose word is not worth the air used to speak it.

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