Friday, August 17, 2007

Walk or drive to reduce Global Warming?

Stolen from here.


Thursday, August 16, 2007

Fortress AmeriKKKa - Day 457

One of the arguments in favor of the border fence is that Meskin criminals are coming over in hordes to rape, steal from and kill members of the Chosen Race. Pro-Wallers quickly cite cases where a Beaner harmed a white person, because they're the only ones who count.

What the Pro-Wallers forget is that the United States has more of its citizens behind bars, as a percentage of population, than China does. You know China. That country with horrible Human Rights policies.

El Paso State Senator Eliot Shapleigh recently noted that 10% of his constituents have warrants for their arrest. And we're not talking illegals here, folks. We're talking members of the Chosen Race as well. Seventy-eight thousand El Pasoans are wanted--almost all for traffic violations. He noted that in Austin, 11% of the populace is wanted. "In 2003, on the House floor, Rep. Diane Delisi told Texans that the 'Driver Responsibility' bill was needed 'to improve driver’s behavior.' Everyone in Austin knew that the real story was money. After 9/11, Texans quit buying. Sales tax revenues dropped so much that Texas now had a $10 billion budget deficit. Rather than raise taxes, Republicans cut taxes on the wealthiest Texans, cut programs like CHIP, then shifted fees, tuition and tickets to low and middle income Texans," Shapleigh wrote.

In Virginia, which passed a similar law this year, a woman in labor was caught speeding to the hospital and ordered to pay the $100 fine, and the newly enacted civil fee of $1050. The judge was sympathetic, but, he said the law is the law. Jessica Hodges, member of the Chosen Race, paid the fine with an infant in her arms. She's a criminal, just like the Beaners are!

Why are we arresting so many of the Chosen Race for stupid things? Money! As prisons are being privatized, there's a lot of money to be made running prisons. How do you fill prisons? Make more things illegal. It's known as the Prison-Industrial Complex. There's money for cities in fines and civil penalties. That's why we're getting cameras at stop lights in Austin. And why local law enforcement will be able to use DoD Spy satellites to monitor our movements.

Maybe the Border Fence isn't for the filthy Beaners ("Many mexicans [sic] don't believe in bathing or washing their hands," wrote Pro-Waller Jose in a comment on the Dilbert Blog.) after all. Maybe it's to keep the criminals, and the fine payeres, in.


Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Recently, the Democratic candidates for office had to opportunity to address the same sex marriage issue in front of a bunch of gays and lesbians. There was more backpedaling than at a Michael Jackson concert and more tiptoing since "So You Think You Can Dance". Except for the longshot candidates, all the candidates came down squarely on the fence of the issue: preferring "civil unions' over "marriage." This way, they can tell us breeders that they oppose same sex marriage, while still wooing the Gay Vote. This is called "having your cake and eating it, too."

However you feel about Bush, at least he takes a stand. These guys stick their finger in their mouths, then hold it up on the wind to see which way it's blowing. And Kudos to Kucinich and Gravel for taking a stand, even if it costs them votes.

For the record, I support gay marriage. But I'm not Gay. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

For any of you Lefties who are disappointed that your candidate pirouetted around the issue, there is a reason. Over at 10 Zen Monkeys, they posted a list of issues candidates shouldn't talk about. If you don't want to click the link, here's an incomplete summary of the things to be danced around:

  • Homosexuality
  • Sex (With the exception of Bill Clinton, no President is allowed to enjoy, have, or encourage others to have sex. In fact, AmeriKKKa should be sexless, lest everyone turn into perverts.)
  • Open Borders
  • Failed Drug Policy/War
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Gun Control

The list also discusses other things. Head on over and check it out.


Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Fortress AmeriKKKa - Day 455

In one in 10 US counties, we're going to have to start calling "minorities" something else, and start calling the Chosen Race a "minority," according to a CNN story.

As of 2006, non-Hispanic whites made up less than half the population in 303 of the nation's 3,141 counties, according to figures the Census Bureau released on Thursday. Non-Hispanic whites were a minority in 262 counties in 2000, up from 183 in 1990.

Prince William County in Virginia recently passed anti-illegal laws, alienating legal Hispanics. "Not only are we feeling less welcome, we are feeling threatened," said Teresita Jacinto, a brown-skinned teacher in Woodbridge, Virginia, about 20 miles southwest of Washington. Teresita was born in the United States--I'm sure the Minutemen or other members of the Chosen Race would tell you it was a scam by her parents or grandparents, whoever was originally illegal--to get free medical care.) and has been living and teaching in Woodbridge for 30 years.

That's how we'll run 'em off! Make 'em feel uncomfortable. Good job, Prince William County! You get the 2x4s for the crosses, I'll get the gas to soak 'em in!

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Monday, August 13, 2007

Japan has announced it will not meet its emissions target as outlined in a treaty signed in an unknown Asian city. Oh wait! It was Kyoto, Japan!

That's right, kiddies! It appears that we evil, nasty, filthy, polluting Americans may wind up being replaced as the worst polluting country on the planet by either China or Japan. We need to make sure they surpass us, so drive to the store to get your groceries, don't walk.