Sunday, May 20, 2007

good news and bad news

the bad news is the american troop dead in Iraq ia 3431

the good news is Rev. Jerry Falwell is dead. He is sitting in his reserved seat in hell

Friday, May 11, 2007

I used to be a Neocon

by Drew O'Neill
Two years ago I was a neocon. I supported Bush’s war on Iraq and I called everyone who didn’t a liberal Kool-aid drinker. I voted for Bush in 2000 and I listened to Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and just about any right-winger on the radio that I could get a four-word talking point from to use against liberals. I would say things such as "liberals won’t defend America," "shut up and sing," "freedom is on the march," and "you’re a great American." I supported the war at first because I bought into the lies and propaganda.
I no longer do. I’m a recovering neocon.
The fact is, the neocon movement is a lot like a cult. I don’t remember how I got so involved and the details are hazy on how I got out. I just woke up one day and said "WTF!" and then ran outside to rip the "bring it on" sticker off of my car bumper. What pulled me in to the neocon cult however was a combination of American nationalism and group mentality. It was a time when questioning the government’s response to Iraq divided you between being with your country and government at a time of need, or against them. I wanted to be with them.

That is almost like a recoverying smoker, or alcoholic. This means there maybe hope for this country yet.

Monday, May 07, 2007

I will be starting something new

in my local newspaper I read conservo nuts showing their biggorty opinions. I am getting really sick of getting mad and not fully expressing it. so now I will here and put there names on it. This should be fun

Meet Rev. Fred Phelps

and you thought Pat Robertson, Jerry Farwell, and Dobson were bad

This guy and his follwers go to veterans funerals and holding signs that says "God hates fags" and blames the veteran deaths on gay people. sick sick

here is what really happened at the LA immigration rally

I found this on You tube. The truth about what really happened at the Los Angeles Immigration rally. The protesters did not throw one stone. The police were entirely responsible.