Wednesday, May 10, 2006
After years of attacking others, his Heart finally turned on him. He knew it couldn't be trusted. Stupid muscle. It spent half of its time closed, hardened or broken anyway. It was time to listen to another organ. Something trustworthy like the spleen or pancreas. Whichever, the Heart's day of dominating his decision making was over. A line had been crossed. He felt it in the bottom of his, uh...spleen. This was going to take some getting used to.
Wednesday, May 03, 2006
So Zacarias Moussaoui, crazy, bloodthirsty, would be mass murderer will spend the rest of his forgetable, hate-filled life in solitary confinement - denied his vindication through martyrdom. Tell his 72 virgins to stand down, maybe when he dies of natural causes in a few decades a sloppy old whore will wait for him.
I do not believe in Capital Punishment a a rule, but I find it hard to be a purist. As with child killers and molesters, I could have winked and never cried if Moussaoui had been sentenced to Death. His sentence of Life Without Parole, however, condemns him to a fate far worse than the finality of death for his cause. He will linger, forgotten, when those that he wished to associate himself with have passed. Our system worked. The vengeance of Justice will not be swift for him but daily and lasting.
May he rot.
Okay, I hate to be judgemental, well that's not entirely true. In the privacy of my dark, dark heart, I LOVE to be judgmental. I just hate to publicly admit that I love to judge the behaviors of others, but don't we all stand in judgement of our fellow human? If you share it with a friend or friends you're a GOSSIP. Share with the police and you're a NARC. Share on TV and you're JERRY FALWELL! Well, this is about as public as you can get. I mean, my address in cyberspace begins with www - WORLD WIDE WEB! So, in theory, the whole wired world can read my opinion, or at least my Mother will.
BUT, as I was saying, I hate to be judgemental but I was watching MAURY today and, as always, they were testing the paternity of some fatherless babies so that their husbandless mothers could take the irresponsible young men to court for child support for having made them pregnant - classic daytime television fare. This one young lady today, Heferetta, was making her twelth (yes, 12) appearance on the show, testing the DNA of the thirteenth (yes, 13) potential sperm donor of her four year old daughter, Shanaynay. Male number thirteen (yes, 13) was not the father either (try to act surprised.)
Here's the judgmental part - would anyone with any dignity appear on Nationally Syndicated Television twelve times testing thirteen men and basically admitting that she can only narrow down her sexual partners four years and eight or nine months ago to thirteen or more? Now I have been around the block a few times (actually there are a couple of alley ways named after me both here and in Europe) but even I have never released the BOINK machine with thirteen or more different partners on a two month window of opportunity. There are trampolene's that see less bouncing.
For the love of God, dear girl, or better yet - for the love of your Daughter! Stop testing all of the young men at home and concentrate on being the Mother your Daughter needs! In a year or two she'll be old enough to figure out your quest for a Father and she might just feel like a means to child support.
Not that I would judge your behavior or anything.
Monday, May 01, 2006
You know, it warms my heart to see non-violent protest return to American cities. Our Freedoms of Speech & Assembly were very important to our Founders and should never be neglected. I'll go on record believing that we need to secure our borders and find a way to put the 11+ million undocumented residents on a path to permanent resident status.
I wonder today, why we hold the immigrants responsible and seem to give the businesses that employ them a pass. Today, Tyson (the chicken company) has closed many of its plants anticipating the absence of its employees. It is not the only company to make this adjustment today. So why isn't the INS or ICE (or whatever acronym they use now) going after those companies? If they employ so many undocumented workers that today's protests can shut them down, maybe we should be making a few arrests in the Land of Chicken parts?
Now, I am no highly trained federal agent but...DUH! They had to close! Go write a few tickets! If it weren't for corporate America's addiction to slave labor, we wouldn't have the DEMAND that guarantees a SUPPLY of illegals.
Common Sense and Compassion - they used to make America great.