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Posted in civil liberties, complete fucking stupidity, constitutional rights, educational videos, freedom, frickin' 'tards, gay rights, megabitchery, minority recruitment, regulation, religion, Republican Hacks on 2007.07.13 | 1 Comment »
Found on Stupid Evil Bastard:
The results from the latest USA TODAY/Gallup Poll on Evolution continue the trend of idiocy in this country on the topic of Evolution.
- “Evolution, that is, the idea that human beings developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life” is probably or definitely false”: 44%
- “Creationism, that is, the idea that God created human beings pretty much in their present form at one time within the last 10,000 years” is probably or definitely true”: 66%
- 15% said that they would be more likely to vote for a candidate that did not believe in evolution.
That last line is the only bright spot to be found in the poll as the majority don’t think a candidate’s acceptance, or lack thereof, of evolution is relevant on how qualified a person is to be President. Though, in its own way, that’s sort of depressing as well.
Sometimes it’s amazing to me that half our population manages to avoid having their heads implode from the vacuum within.
Posted in christianity, civil liberties, complete fucking stupidity, constitutional rights, corruption, crime, Ed & Elaine Brown, general silliness, guns, law enforcement, personal responsibility, police action, religion, STFU, taxes, terrorism, unusual behaviors, weird shit on 2007.04.26 | 107 Comments »
Ed and Elaine Brown have been holed up in their Plainfield, NH house for months, daring federal law enforcement to bother them. While normally that’s not a problem, since I don’t want federal law enforcement to bother me at home either, Ed and Elaine Brown have been not only convicted of federal crimes, but also sentenced to prison for those crimes. They have also repeatedly referred to the outcome of any attempt to take them into custody as another “Waco”, and have openly stated that they will kill anyone who tries to take them into lawful custody. Now, that’s a problem.
Elaine is a very successful dentist (or at least she was, until all this happened). Ed is usually described as a “retired exterminator”. Basically, he lives off his wealthy wife, which I guess is nice work if you can get it. However, if Ed and Elaine Brown were young financially disadvantaged African-Americans, they’d have been toast long ago. See, my problem with this situation has nothing to do with the Browns’ convictions per se – and in fact, the nature of their conviction is irrelevant to me – but rather my concern is that everyone is supposed to be equal under the law. Obviously, though, that is not the case.
This whole mess started years ago, when Ed and Elaine decided there was no law which requires them to pay federal income taxes. So, they didn’t, and quite predictably the IRS came a-knockin’. They had failed to file or pay taxes on over $1.3 million in income, and refused to pay or even discuss payment when the government demanded its money, so they were criminally prosecuted. They then tried to buy their way out of trouble by offering to pay the back taxes, but it was too late. (more…)
In a twist on the old “the devil made me do it” claim, members of Westboro Baptist Church claim that the Virginia Tech massacre was an act of God. Why would God do that? Well, apparently because people like me have been making fun of the Westboro Baptist Church ‘tards (best known as godhatesfags.com) for a little too long.
Posted in 2008 Elections, coercion, constitutional rights, corruption, democracy, Democrats, Iran, Iraq, Islam, Libertarian, media, Middle East, music, personal responsibility, politics, religion, Republican, SOTU, taxes, texas, Uncategorized, war on 2007.01.23 | Leave a Comment »
Here’s something I’ve ben pointing out for quite a while now:
Pro-war Clinton candidacy success would mean same mob bosses have ruled U.S. since 1980
"Hillary Heralds 30 Year Plus Control Of America By Interlocking Crime Family"
Another Clinton in office would mean America being under the thiefdom of either a Bush or a Clinton for a total of at least 32 years, 36 if Hillary is re-elected (many now acknowledge that H.W. Bush pulled the strings as VP during the Reagan era)
Clinton voted for the Patriot Act and she voted for the war in Iraq, but so many Democrats are blinded by the cult of personality that they will overwhelmingly vote to put this crime family back in office.
Then again, we might just get an indefinite extention of Bush through martial law, precipitated by a war with Iran, Unless The Bush Crime family is impeached now, says Paul Craig Roberts.
Robert Higgs has an in-depth analysis of the
Living Reality of Military-Economic Fascism and corruption through the military-industrial
And even LP national is talking about The State of the Monarchy.