Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Voting for Your Party, or Race or So On.........

There is actual people on TV that have said they do not care what Republican candidate wins the primary, they will support them and vote for them....

How fuckin' dumb are people???

If you vote for anyone based on what party they belong too and do not educate yourself about who you are voting for, then you deserve to lose every right that you will lose for making such a blind ignorant decision.

You should not vote for Fred cause he owns a red pick up. You should not vote for Hillary cause she is a woman. You should not vote for Obama cause he is black.....that is just sheep mentality....

I can see now that we will only move farther backwards as long as this country has ignorant people who vote like this....


Use your brain and learn something. If you reading this, you have access to a mole hill of information...Google these people!

Or keep being sheep and this country will end up a police state that will be run by corporations, and you will have no rights unless you pay for them.....keep it up America!

As Russia predicted during the Cold War, we as Americans will destroy ourselves....

Friday, September 21, 2007

Go Another Great Dan the Man! Mr. Rathers!

Go Dan! Don't let them silence you. Make them fuckin' kill you if you have too. Do not shut up! Bring it out how the media has been the propaganda machine for the government and corporations for years now!

If you don't think that TV is propaganda. There is a new commercial that shows that users of a card such as debit or credit is faster than cash. DO NOT BELIEVE THIS BULLSHIT! It is not faster. You must wait for it to connect, approve and sometimes you must sign. People hate me when I pull my card over cash in line in a store. To be honest, I hate others who pull the card too when I am in line with cash! They want to know what you are buying with cash. This is why there is talk to put RFID chips in cash. To track it all........

Rather: Government Influencing Newsrooms
Sep 21, 12:39 AM (ET)

NEW YORK (AP) - Dan Rather said Thursday that the undue influence of the government and large corporations over newsrooms spurred his decision to file a $70 million lawsuit against CBS and its former parent company.

"Somebody, sometime has got to take a stand and say democracy cannot survive, much less thrive with the level of big corporate and big government interference and intimidation in news," he said on CNN's "Larry King Live."

In the suit, filed a day earlier in state Supreme Court in Manhattan, Rather claimed CBS and Viacom Inc. (VIAB) used him as a "scapegoat" and intentionally botched the aftermath of a discredited story about President Bush's military service to curry favor with the White House. He was removed from his "CBS Evening News" post in March 2005.

"They sacrificed support for independent journalism for corporate financial gain, and in so doing, I think they undermined a lot at CBS News," he told King.

Rather didn't mention other instances in which he believed news organizations bowed to corporate and government pressure.

CBS spokesman Dana McClintock did not return an after-hours call seeking comment Thursday. He has called Rather's complaints "old news" and said the lawsuit was "without merit." A spokesman for Viacom declined to comment.

Journalism ethics scholar Bob Steele said Rather would have a difficult time proving that the White House or other political operatives exerted undue influence on CBS.

"It would be naive for us to believe that there was no influence from powerful institutions and individuals on journalism," said Steele, a scholar at the Poynter Institute, a journalism foundation in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Still, he said: "For the most part, the journalists who run news organizations and who report the news fight hard to protect the independence of the journalism, and most of the time succeed."

Rather narrated the September 2004 report that said Bush disobeyed orders and shirked some of his duties during his National Guard service. It also said a commander felt pressured to sugarcoat Bush's record.

The story relied on four documents, supposedly written by Bush's commander in the Texas Air National Guard, the late Lt. Col. Jerry Killian. Critics questioned the documents' authenticity and suggested they were forged.

A panel selected by the network to investigate the story determined that it was neither fair nor accurate. CBS fired the story's producer and asked for the resignations of three executives because it could not authenticate documents used in the story. Rather was forced out of the anchor chair he had occupied for 24 years.

On CNN, Rather dismissed the panel's review, claiming it was not impartial.

"This was in many ways a fraud. It was a setup," he told King.

Louis D. Boccardi, the retired chief executive of The Associated Press who made up the two-man investigative panel with Richard Thornburgh, the former U.S. attorney general, defended the panel's work Thursday night.

"Our report was independent, and it speaks for itself," he said, echoing comments made by Thornburgh on Wednesday. Both declined to comment further.

This Just Is Not Right.....

Can you say brutality?

Police taser wheelchair-bound black woman to death
And its not becoming an authoritative / police state? The state has all the power anymore to do what they want....especially when the public stays quiet.

Democrats Failing to Pass Anti-War Bill

The Senate was able to vote about the ad moveon.org posted in the New York Times about General Petraeus, condemning it. But they cannot vote to stop the war?

They were willing to vote to condemn free opinion by a grass roots organization about one of our generals. They were willing to vote on condemning free speech.....think about it....

Why in a free country is our Government saying you cannot express an opinion publicly? Why in a free society, any time a civilian criticizes the war or the military presence it is looked down upon and they call those who do this not supporting the troops?

President Bush has made the tours of duty longer, from 12 to 15 months, plus made the time between coming home and going back to war shorter. Do you think that is supporting the troops? By over working them and stretching our defenses to the breaking point is support for the troops?


The dems hands are tied. Big business has too many of them in their pocket. The core is rotten. No new president will change shit till we get money out of the picture in our politics.

It is suppose to be our world.........not theirs.....

Democrats Failing to Pass Anti-War Bill
Sep 21, 4:27 AM (ET)

WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats are unable to pass legislation that would challenge President Bush on the Iraq war, despite public opinion polls that show the war remains deeply unpopular with voters.

Failing to muster the support, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says the war now belonged to Republicans and vowed they would have to go on record again and again as siding with President Bush. He scheduled a vote Friday on legislation by Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., that would order combat troops home in nine months.

"Back home they assert their independence, but in Washington they walk in lockstep with the president and continue to support his failed policies," said Reid, D-Nev.

Friday's vote caps off a week of disappointing roll calls for the Democrats, who had hoped that more Republicans would have jumped on board by now.

Recent polls show that American views of the war largely have not changed since Gen. David Petraeus, the top military commander in Iraq, testified last week.

A poll released this week by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center found that 54 percent of Americans still favor bringing troops home as soon as possible. And despite slight improvements in the public's view of military progress, more said the U.S. will likely fail in Iraq than succeed by 47 percent to 42 percent, about the same margin as in July.

On Wednesday, the Senate blocked legislation by Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., that would have guaranteed troops more time at home; it fell by a 56-44 vote with 60 votes needed to advance. On Thursday, the Senate blocked legislation sponsored by Reid and Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis., that would have cut off funding for combat in June 2008. That measure failed by a 70-28 vote, 32 votes short of 60.

Levin's bill too was expected to fall short of the 60 votes required, with Republicans saying they still oppose setting a firm deadline on the war.

"If we leave, we will be back - in Iraq and elsewhere - in many more desperate fights to protect our security and at an even greater cost in American lives and treasure," said Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., the top Republican on the Armed Services Committee.

On Thursday, Republicans successfully pushed through a resolution condemning an advertisement by the liberal activist group MoveOn.org. Displayed in The New York Times, the ad taunted Petraeus as "General Betray Us."

The resolution, sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, passed by a 72-25 vote.

House Republican leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, said the House should consider a similar measure. But when asked if House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., would allow it, spokesman Nadeam Elshami said in an e-mail: "The House is going to devote its full attention to providing health care to children, promoting energy independence to improve America's security, reducing global warming, and responsibly redeploying U.S. forces now in Iraq.

"These are the priorities of the American people," he said.

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Great Example of Why Religion is Bullshit

Carlton Pierson as most logical minds began to question the teachings of the bible as literal truth as written by God. He began to make realizations of the contradictions within the religion itself.

Anyone with any type of intellect will question the bible. They will question God. How can a God blame you for using what was given to you in the first place? Can you imagine such a sadistic and irrational being?

His conclusion was that we cannot assume that a God that is of pure love would create a torture chamber such as hell. He began to teach this and his career as a preacher was ended.

Watch as Ted Haggart tells the reporter that Carlton Pierson will be going to hell. Let me remind you that good ole' judgemental Ted was having an affair with a homosexual while he was using amphetamines.