Thursday, September 01, 2005

What Adds Up Stinks to High Heaven


1) Refuse to help strengthen the levees.
2) Send equipment/troops out of the country.
3) Don't upgrade coast guard equipment.
4) Divert budget to strengthen levees, to Iraq instead.
5) Ignore 3 days of warning that a category 5 hurricane is about to hit.
6) Instead, go on tour around country to eat cake and "fix social security."
7) Keep the Secretary of State on vacation so she can shop for shoes.
8) 3 days after disaster hits, send battleship and crews, that is, after the area has been reduced to no water, no food, and no electricity.
9) Refuse help from other countries cause the more that die off, the less complaints he'd have to hear about from the actual people, counting on the fact that others not directly impacted has the memory of a gerbil.

Yes, I'm disgusted. And I see this as a declaration of war against the poor of America. I feel bad for our American refugees. I really thought that the gays would be the ones to suffer.

 
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3 Responses to "What Adds Up Stinks to High Heaven"
  1. Anonymous said...
    3:38 PM

    What does Kennedy pay for gas?
    Up-starts, up-smarts and other cranks & dilettantes adorn a media scene once renown for excellence, so this journal will attempt to point out the more obvious foibles of the local press to our gentle readers ...
    Nice to see some decent content for a change. FYI, I log on today and see that we've got a new feature, the 'Flag blog' button, which is inconveniently located between the 'Get Your Own Blog' and 'Next Blog' buttons so that we would presumably be getting some flags on error alone (although if one happens to notice it, you can unflag a blog) But that's a trivial matter. What concerns me is this: When a person visiting a blog clicks the "Flag?" button in the Blogger Navbar, it means they believe the content of the blog may be potentially offensive or illegal. We track the number of times a blog has been flagged as objectionable and use this information to determine what action is needed. This feature allows the blogging community as a whole to identify content they deem objectionable. Ok, see the problem with this? What's "objectionable." I'm guessing there are a good deal of people that would likely deem my blog to be objectionable; and there lies the problem: what is objectionable and what is subjective. Just my 2 cents, Iron On Patches

  2. sugarmeesweettt said...
    11:22 AM

    Okay your irritated just like everyone else so what should we do. What we are allowed to do March on washington .. lets ban together and say we had enough give us answers to our questions give us immediate help not delayed help .. jest a suggestion the only way to stop what is happening when one has control is to organize a peaceful march against the one feel is responsible.

  3. resigned idealist said...
    11:51 AM

    Is a peaceful march enough though? I mean the arrogance and duplicity of those currently in charge seems so extreme. Leaving over 10,000 without food and water for 5 days?!? This is America! WTF?!?

    I am not threatening violence. But I say, hit them in the only place they really hurt. Refuse to pay taxes until Bush's administration is impeached and gone so their incompetence cannot hurt us anymore.

    People will say what about necessary services? I say, they're already ignoring the services and just giving to their buddies using OUR money to do it. So, we donate directly to the schools, the firehouses, the police. Fuck them for now. They fucked us. We trusted them and they said "give us money, now screw off." So, if what they really want is OUR money, then take it back. Until they all take paycuts. Until they all get only 2 weeks vacation just like the working class. Is that too much to ask? That we get competence in our government?

    I am getting too angry again. SIX DAYS FOR FOOD AND WATER! A peaceful march just won't do the job, I'm afraid, with this administration.

 

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