Saturday, November 6, 2004

Bring It On

The End Days can't come fast enough. Let Christ come down with his empty chariot, to fill with those he's chosen to take with him to heaven, that the rest of us can be rid of the faithfully blind, so that we can go on to build a new world from the ashes they leave behind.

Who really are the chosen one's? Those who must must seek the comfort of a greater being, or those with the strength to carry on and build a better world?

The Ball's In Your Court

To those who voted for Bush,

I sure hope you're right. You chose him, now be responsible for him.

I'll just do my part and deal with it, time to move on right? Country is in you and your hands, simply cause I didn't vote for him. I won't and can't support most of the conservative agenda as well as Bush's agenda. So I won't be responsible for whatever occurs on his watch. Don't expect me to stand by your side and support you on issues I personally don't support. A true strong American has an opinion and stands on their own to support that opinion until questioned and proven otherwise. One who stands by others opinion without question, while setting their personal beliefs aside or not having one of their own, is not an American. One who demands others follow their opinion without question, even when that opinion becomes wrong and harmful is not an American. A true American is one who votes for a President they are not afraid to question.

What Am I?

If liberalism is expressing one's opinion freely without harm to others, without repression, then I am a Liberal. If liberalism is the freedom to express my opinion so as to make my opinion known to others without forcing others or insisting others take an equal view, then I am a Liberal. If Liberalism is to resist unwarranted Government interference to repress my opinion, then I am a Liberal.

Thursday, November 4, 2004

conversations with BK

BK: Kerry was never going to win, ever. Bushmerica has too much invested in the Christian King and his reign will not end until they can no longer profit from it, or something larger takes their interest.

RP: very well said

BK:Why thank you. The hopelessness I've felt since 9/11 has never abated, and I don't know if it will, in all honesty, in my lifetime. Whoever put Bush into office has thoroughly taken everything pure and right about this country, carefully bent it over a ledge, and has fucked it bloody. The sad thing is--there's no going back.

BK: So, y'know, if you ever wanted to live in the 1950's, now's your chance.

RP: hey did u notice in that map of the US showing the Red States and Blue States, did you notice that the color Red is now a good color in a majority of the peoples eyes, when only 50 years ago, Red was a menace, and also did you notice, the progressive Blue states are all along water, open ocean, while the Red states are near no open water, except for Illinois, which is on a lake. Hmmmmmmmmm

BK: The progressive states being along the water, I attribute to those states being historically shipping-based, which led to those states having a more cosmopolitan populace, and diverse--we needed slaves and cheap labor. Now, it's where all the international airports are, and where commerce centers tend to be. Hence, a smarter, more sophisticated, and diverse, populace.

RP: very good answer

BK: Didn't notice the red thing. But that's okay--we're being run single-minded communist-esque fuckos anyway.

BK: Tips for the future: keep your head down, keep your mouth shut, and make popular entertainment with a message-the only thing they can't (and don't want to) stop

BK: Anything blatant doesn't work anymore.

RP: this all might be great for art in general. it is during times of repression that great art shines because its the only way to express the truth without being blatant.

BK: Right. It'll be interesting at the very least. I thought Team America was goddamned brilliant AND goddamned blatant

RP: it might also be great for the horror genre, where so much metaphor lives

BK: Horror is HUGE right now

BK: Everytime they put out a horror movie it does well

BK: The biggest things going right now are horror and family films. Coincidence?

RP: LOL, wow

Sunday, October 31, 2004

Worth Repeating Again, Out On A Really Long Limb

Kerry by A Landslide!!!!!!

I dare say, I do. Republicans voting for Kerry. No way. But in a way, yes. By not voting. So many Republicans support the party, but not the man. An embarrassing President. A man who should be equally as smart as the rest of us, if not more so, but is not. Between the large numbers of new Democratic registrations and those Republicans who in incredible excess will not vote at all, we will have a Kerry landslide. Be that as it may, The Boston Red Sox have won The World Series, The New England Patriots are on record roll and all good things happen in threes, and you can't count on the Celtics this year, no Kennedy in the running... but there's Kerry.