Sunday, November 22, 2009

Conscious in Coma for 23 years

Talk about a living hell

The pro-lifers are going to say, "See? This is why people in comas who are vegetables need to be kept alive for decades. They might really have brains working in there and be conscious!"

While I can think of a few worse things, they are not much worse than being locked in an unmoving body for 23 years, not able to move. I'd much rather be dead.

This guy can now "comminicate" using lights or something. He still can't move. I'd still rather be dead. Quality of life for people like this, zero.

Anyone who thinks God would be upset because someone like this is let out of thier misery, sure has one sick idea of what God is.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Bow down to your masters, obsequious Americans!

First Obama, the President of the United States of America, which at one point was a sovereign country, bowed down to the Saudi King. There was a bit of outrage, but his "people" explained, "of course he didn't bow. The King was just a much smaller man." Also, "It's really hard to tell what he was doing. That other guy obscurs him."

Well, now he's bowed to the emperor of Japan.

Here's the thing. American presidents don't bow. They shake hands as equals. If he wanted to pay his respects to this much older man, he'd have bowed his head, not bent over so far you could iron a shirt on ihs back!

Friday, November 13, 2009

Please don't let Sarah Palin be the next Presidential candidate

I am really tired of this woman...

I'm a Republican, and a woman, and would very much like to see a competent woman as our next President...what a fist in the eye of radical Muslims that would be.

But Sarah Palin?

She's got a new book out, in which she details "tension" in the camp with McCain.

Now, the McCain/Palin campaign was one of the worst-run campaigns either, and you've got to blame McCain for that.

But what I want to know is...why was his choice of running mate delayed for so long. For that matter, why is any Presidential candidate's choice of running mate delayed for so long? Surely, these VP candidates should not only be vetted, but also *talked to*, for months in advance, not just picked out of the air in hopes of giving someone a political advantage.

The whole election system, not to say political systesm, in the USA has to be cleaned up. It never will be of course, as the crooks are firmly entrenched...

Friday, November 6, 2009

Go Out as a Hero, not as a Despicable Piece of ...

Let me preface this blog entry by saying that I'm not advocating anyone going postal and going out and killing innocent people.

If you're at the end of your tether and don't feel like you can face life anymore and want to commit suicide by cop... do it by first killing people who don't deserve to live - drug dealers, rapists, murderers who got off because of technicalities. Then, if you're shot down by cops doing their duty, you'll at least be remembered as someone who cleansed the earth of garbage.

I just don't understand why, when people snap, they want to go out in a blaze of gunfire and be remembered for killing innocent people who had little or nothing to do with them, so that their names will be despised forever by all right thinking people.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Obama gives a shout out before talking about Fort Hood murders

Obama was to have given a speech today about health care and Native Americans. *Before* he got on the rostrum, he was given the information about the murders at Fort Hood. Instead of going into that directly, he talks for three minutes to the Native Americans/First Americans in the audience, and then goes on to talk about Fort Hood.

Seems to me he should have talked about Fort Hood first.

On the other hand, I've read posts at various Replican websites that say that Obama was cheerful and smiling and upbeat, and then in a blink of an eye goes somber (just as Clinton did at somebody's funeral a while back... my mind's blanking on that person's name.) Anyway, to me, it doesn't look like he's cheerful at all, he speaks in his normal laid back manner. As for the "shout out" to a Medal of Honor winner... I dislike the term "shout out" for anyone except an athlete. "Let's give a little respect to..." something like that. Neverthless, it does seem odd that he would talk about the Health care stuff first, and then Fort Hood, when on a day like today, Fort Hood - and the fact that the shooter was a converted Muslim - is bound to raise some concerns, considering that other Muslim-American soldiers have also killed American soldiers recently.

(Having said that , the practice of a subordinate killing an officer has apparently a long tradition in the US military, but that's one guy killing an officer because he disliked that officer's treatment of him, not a guy killing others based on their religion because he's of a different religion. And let's not forget Timothy McVeigh killed a helluva lot of people too...)

As I've said over and over again, the only way to get peace on earth is to get everone converted to atheism and humanism. Then we might have a chance, because 20009 years of Christiantity/Muslims/Jews just ain't working.