September 2008

Why are McCain supporters resorting to terrorist acts and why is McCain not speaking against these acts? What are our rules of decency?

John McCain has a moral obligation to publicly censure the Clarion Fund, the organization that produced Obsession and is distributing the DVDs; to denounce the inflammatory, anti-Muslim message of Obsession; and to do everything in his power to stop any further campaign activities by his supporters that have the potential to incite violence.

I am worried that terrorist acts by  The Clarion Fund and their hooligans will increase unless McCain speaks against them.  McCain, what exactly are your rules of decency?


I visited the Science Museum tonight with two English friends. I’ll call them Dennis and Susan.  There we were, three writers, talking about the world, life, love and of course, science.  When our conversation steered to politics, Susan said she had a white American friend who was angry that Hillary was not the Democratic nominee.  This friend is now a pro-McCain blogger who is convincing people not to vote for Obama.  Susan didn’t understand why her friend would be voting for McCain, who stands for everything she hates.  She is a feminist and a lesbian.  Susan also said “American white people think Obama will become President and become anti-white.”  Please imagine the shocked look on my face when I heard this statement.  Have they not listened to anything that Obama has been saying?

When I got home and tuned in to blog land and was greeted with more racist information about the good people of America.  If you’d like to read more, take a look at Obama Hung In Effigy At Christian College

I have never seen a presidential nominee or his family treated in such a horrific way by the American public.  As a matter of fact, it has never been allowed.  Until now.  Christians are selling racists pancakes with Obama’s (Aunt Jemina style) face on the cover.  We have white feminists and lesbians who don’t care if the world suffers more wars, if women can’t have abortions, or that we will all die in the upcoming holocaust that will surely happen if we don’t choose the President who prefers diplomacy over murder of innocent women and children.  They don’t care.   I guess it will be all worth it in the end.  To die knowing they stood for (white people) and not for the good of all people.  As we die, I’ll especially try and remember to thank the liberals, feminists, lesbians, gays, transgenders who stood tall for the institution of whiteness over everything else.  

Lets hope tomorrow that people will take this opportunity for growth and do what they need to do.  Change.

I am really getting worn out by having discussions/arguments with others about what is really driving people to want Sarah Palin in the White House.  I tend to think that many things are based on racism.  I’m usually right.  Nevertheless, I’m tired of being right.  I would like to be able to not get so worked up.  I would like eloquent words to flow that explain our current situation without people getting all cross eyed because a sensitive nerve has been touched.  I would like to not have to soak my head in ice after talking with intelligent idiots.

I found the way.  I found the words.  Someone else said them and did so, beautifully.

Deepak Chopra: Obama and The Palin Effect

Senator John McCain Is A Lesbian

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And now, I’d like to talk about two of the gazillion of things that have crossed my mind today.

1. Senator John McCain is a lesbian. 

2. McCain’s VP Pick

The three comments below were borrowed from BNET.

1.  In 1998, televangelist and erstwhile politician Pat Robertson warned the city of Orlando, Fla., that a gay celebration the city hosted would bring the wrath of God–in the form of a hurricane or other disaster–upon the entire city. Celebrating homosexuality “will bring about terrorist bombs, it’ll bring earthquakes, tornadoes, and possibly a meteor,” he predicted.

2.  In 2001, Jerry Falwell blamed gays and lesbians (along with other such “sinners” as feminists, “abortionists,” and the American Civil Liberties Union) for the terrorist attacks in New York City. “I point the finger in their face and say, ‘You helped this happen,” he said on Robertson’s television show, The 700 Club. Falwell later attempted to clarify his remarks, but he never withdrew them or apologized for making them.

3.  Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, senior church of England bishops, Saudi professor, Israeli MP, etc. think that disasters are caused by God punishing gays and people that support gays. 

If we follow this logic, then senator John McCain must be a lesbian.  You know the type.  Closeted, so therefore more dangerous than an addicted mass murderer who needs a moonshine fix.  Yep.   I support Senator McCain in coming out of the closet and becoming a better person.  Then and only then can we all breathe a collective sigh of relief.

McCain’s VP Pick

Today, I received a congressional email today that urged me to send a message to John McCain’s camp about his choice for VP.  I wrote this message.

 I think your picking Palin as VP is a very bad choice.  The pick should have been a woman but not one who is basically Andy Taylor (played by Andy Griffith), the Sheriff of a small town called Mayberry. Though Sheriff Andy Taylor is great for television, he is not a great choice for Vice President.

Seriously though, I am betting that you really don’t intend for Palin to actually be your Vice President. She is going to become very ill or seriously injured in some freak accident. (you know the type of accident) and have to resign.  Her replacement will be your actual choice for VP.  If this goes the way I think it will, what looks like a con could earn me loads of money.  *just joking*