Wednesday, November 29, 2006


Imagine That

I know some of the radical leftists reading this blog just can't get enough of Communism. And really, I can't see why not. It's just terrific, you know. Everybody gets along, and they are so darn peaceful. Well, the people that agree with their government on everything anyways. The Chinese government prefers to keep the peace by executing people who disagree with them.

Communists hate freedom, and more specifically hate freedom of religion. There's nothing they despise more than someone who puts faith in anything other than the state. They see it as a threat that must be put to an end. Just recently, the Chinese executed 15 members of a secret church.

Is it not an outrage that there are people on this planet who are being killed for doing the things that too many Americans take for granted nowadays? Something as small as being religious, or disagreeing with the government will get you killed! Dead! Hung by your frickin neck!

I'm not saying it's our place to do anything, because I don't believe that. I believe that what other countries do is their problem, unless it directly effects us. If the Chinese decide to have a revolution, I am all for it. But if they don't, it's not our place to do anything. We don't have the resources to stick our nose in much more. We've got Iraq and Afghanistan under our responsibility, and we've got Iran and North Korea posing dangerous threats to us.

What is of my concern however, is the radical leftists in this very country who believe Communism works. They have been brainwashed into believing a radical and deadly ideology, and with this idea on the rise in this country, imagine what could happen if these people got elected into office? You think the Republicans are threatening your liberties? You haven't seen anything yet.

Republicans think you're in danger of terrorists, and yes I think their policies are a little much, but Liberals think you're in danger of yourselves. They think you are a moron who if left to make a decision, will make a bad one. They are not the party of choice as people say. The only choice they give you is the one to kill your baby, or marry your horse. That's about it. They don't trust the people to run a successful economy. They don't trust you to have personal responsibility. Other than abortion and gay marraige, every personal decision is up to them and you know it. Liberals can't stand the freedom to smoke or gamble, and that's not nearly as bad a decision as gettting an abortion! And I'm Pro-Choice! Again, they think you are a moron.

You know who the real morons are though? The Liberals. I'm sorry, I know I have retained from bashing people for a long time, and there's plenty bad to say about Conservatives too, but this is just necessary. I am not going to say "why can't we be friends" when you are out there sympathizing with an ideology that is so radical, people who disagree are killed! Wake up, this is not a dream for peace. It is a nightmare. In fact, I would rather spend my life in the ninth circle of hell than live in a Communist society.

So how do I convince people that they are exploring such a dangerous idea, so our future leaders of America don't start inching our country toward Communism? I've got to show them the failure that is other Communist countries. I'm sure Karl Marx imagined Communism to be a joyous system with singing trees and rainbow skies, but every time his ideas are implemented, because they are so unrealistic, they are complete failures, and millions of people die because of it. Furthermore, if Communism were to be implemented here, the results would be the same. Complete and utter failure.

I think it's time Liberals gave their Communist ideas a rest. I know for a fact that they couldn't last five minutes in a Communist country. Try having a gay parade in Cuba. Try having a protest in China. I'm sure it'll work out great. The truth is, I don't think Communism is really what Liberals want. The ideas and the economics maybe, but not the death and destruction that goes along with it. They just don't know what they're getting themselves into. Communism is not the answer to concerns over poverty, trust me! All Communism does is make people equally poor, and you all must understand that. Don't confuse regulating the free market with such an evil ideology.

But truthfully, regulating the free market doesn't fix poverty either. Free market Capitalism does a better job making the people happy than anything else. For one thing, people are motivated by greed instead of fear, which in my opinion works a lot better. Because of competition, products are of higher quality and of lower price. There of course is always a winning and loosing company, but that doesn't matter because when loosing companies are firing, winning companies are hiring. The only people who can't get jobs are lazy bums. And what's that other thing we get with Capitalism? Oh yeah, freedom.

But maybe you don't care about freedom. Maybe you don't care about liberty. If that's true, then maybe you need to buy a one way ticket out of my country so I don't have to see it collapse any time soon.

Saturday, November 25, 2006


Attention Deficit Disorder And You

I just cannot find a single political story to tackle right now. Seriously. The biggest thing going on is Russia giving nukes to Iran, but did anyone actually find that surprising? Did anyone gasp when they saw that story? I didn't. Sure, there are things going on, but nothing new going on. Iran is still trying to blow people up, politicians are still corrupt, and Hollywood is still full of bigots. I'm sorry, but this whole Michael Richards thing is just a bland topic. Celebrities pulling outrageous things is so frequent, it's not even outrageous anymore. I really don't care about some over-the-hill comedian and what he thinks about black people.

What else is there to talk about, OJ Simpson? Please. I can't stand old stories that keep clawing their way back to the front. Gee, maybe we should tell Greta and Nancy to bring back Natalie Holloway and Scott Peterson while we're at it. They're already on a roll after John Mark Karr.

I guess I could talk about the whole draft thing, however simple a topic it may be. You know as a Libertarian I believe people should be able to make their own choices instead of the government doing it for you. Do I really need to tell you that I think people should have the right to choose whether or not they want to put their life on the line?

So when you've got nothing important to talk about, and you've got a blog where you're supposed to regularly talk about something, you talk about unimportant stuff.

Let's talk movies for a while. I saw Stranger Than Fiction last night. It wasn't horrible, but I had the same problem with it that I had with Man of the Year. They weren't as funny as the trailers advertised. It was quite deceptive really. With both movies, just about every single joke in them, you heard in the trailer, the rest was all very serious. But it's not that I have a problem with serious, dramatic movies. It's just that I paid five bucks to see a comedy, and that's just not what I got.

But about the movie itself, Stranger than Fiction's story is so, well, strange, it will make your head hurt faster than a large Blueberry flavored Icee. You've got this character called Harold who is a character in a novel. Everything he does is narrated by the author's voice. And supposedly everything the author writes, happens to Harold. But I can't understand for the life of me how everything he does, ends up in the book. Like him responding to the narration. Like him actually talking to the author, but the author is not at the typewriter telling him what he's doing right then. Yeah, Harold is actually a real person living in the same dimension as the author. This movie is either stranger than fiction, or just a bunch of Hollywood directors on an acid trip. I wish I could tell you which it was. So is the movie worth your time? If you like laughing at Schizophrenics (and honestly, who doesn't?), you'll be able to tolerate the first half of this movie, but after that it's just a headache.

Did you hear they're making a Rocky 6? Now I'm as big a Rocky fan as you are, but how can this guy keep on fighting? He's loosing his eyesight, his brain is damaged, plus he's got to be like 60 years old now. How is he going to beat the next guy? Stabbing him with a cane? Nah. I'm sure a few montages later he could beat the Incredible Hulk up.

I still haven't seen Casino Royale yet. The piece of crap theater near me isn't playing it yet.

The PS3 madness is finally over. Weren't those good times? Waiting in line for weeks on end, spending an ungodly amount of money, and homicide. Good times indeed. Just kidding. I should hope none of my readers would be dumb enough to waste their time with Sony's new piece of garbage. Go get a 360 instead.

I have a question. Do people enjoy this ADD style writing I've seemed to adopt? I kind of started it on my post-election post. I'm sorry but I just don't have the attention span to do lengthy essays all about one news story or topic anymore. I still have to once in a while to retain any credibility I have left, but I would much rather just spit out random un-researched opinions and rants.

Monday, November 20, 2006


Happy Feet Beats Bond in Box Office

"LOS ANGELES - James Bond has met his match — not a fellow spy but a tap-dancing penguin. The Warner Bros. animated penguin romp "Happy Feet" debuted with $42.3 million, grabbing an edge for the weekend's No. 1 slot over Sony's Bond adventure "Casino Royale," which opened with $40.6 million, according to studio estimates Sunday."

Huh?! Forget the fact that our newly elected Democrats already want to bring back the draft. You really start to wonder about this country when a movie about a tap-dancing penguin does better in the box office than a James Bond movie! It even beat Borat!

I don't know what to think. Was this country collectively high last week? Or are people really this consciously stupid?

I'm surprised no one has asked me about my announcement yet. It should be ready to start in December, but I'll tell you what it is a little beforehand.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006


GOP Looses The House And Senate (and other political rantings)

Allow me to play the worlds smallest violin.

But seriously, what did you expect? The Republicans were just getting full of themselves. They were saying the Democrats had no plans and it would be a cold day in hell before they got elected. Well, what can I say? Saddam, bring a jacket with you. Because guess what the Republicans forgot to realize? The fact that they themselves were doing nothing productive. Just like the Democrats, it was all talk, no action. Immigration? We're still waiting. A plan for Iraq? We're still waiting. Fiscal responsibility? We're still waiting.

Sure, I believe the Democrats are no better when it comes to running this country. They're just as corrupt. But the Republicans got what they had coming to them. The voters were sick of nothing getting done, or done right. And even if the Democrats are no better, at least they aren't Republicans people were thinking.

Personally, I'd like to kick both parties out. But then again, the Eco-Socialists taking charge in a power vacuum wouldn't be a step toward progress either. Let's face it. Very few good third-party candidates are out their for an alternative. And unless you've got super powers (money, charisma) like Captain Lieber-man, you don't even have a shot of getting you're name out there. So you can guess, being a Neolibertarian just plain sucks in the left/right political atmosphere of today. Why is there no room for more than two opinions?

So what are you left to do? You have to play the system until there's some kind of third-party revolution. I (My Aunt technically) voted Republican yesterday, and I'm not a Republican, or a Conservative. But nowadays, if you don't vote for the lesser of two evils, you end up with the worse of two evils.

That's the only reason why I didn't vote for the Independent. Is it not a sad world we live in? I just wish we could soon have more third-parties band together, raise money and really jump in and fight the elephants and donkeys. Even the third parties I disagree with. I just want more than two frickin choices!

So that's what's on my mind tonight. I know it's a bit pessimistic, but that's how I feel today. It's like the freaking Alien vs. Predator subtitle. Whoever wins, we lose.

Oh, and be sure to check back frequently, I have a big announcement coming in the following weeks. I'm sure you'll be as excited as I am...

Sunday, November 05, 2006




"Angry, shaking and defiant, Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death this morning by hanging for ordering the massacre of Iraqi civilians."

About freaking time! Who would of thought it would take three years to figure out what punishment a murderous dictator deserves? But at least it's almost done now.

Here's my favorite part of the story.

"He had wanted to face a firing squad - that request was refused."

Way to put this guy in his place. You want a firing squad? Okay, we hang you. You want the chair? Nope, sorry, you get the rack. And so on. It puts a smile on my face more than McDonald's ever did.

And while we're on the topic of Iraq. I have always, and still support the war, but I hate the way it's being fought right now. And neither party has the right idea. Republicans want to stay the course, and Democrats want to cut and run. Nobody wants to build a tight border around Iraq, and split the country up into three parts, also with a secure border. We'd still have some violence after because we didn't do this earlier, but it's the best option we have I believe.

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