Sunday, January 01, 2006

The Absolute Worst Moments of 2005

Well, 2005 is come and gone. Before we say goodbye, however, let's look back at some of the worst moments of this year whose absence is far from missed (IMO):

Terri Schiavo: Innocent Life snuffed out by starvation. Of all the things to have happen in america, this is the absolute worst of 2005. What went on then was murder, and what's worse, governmentally sanctioned murder(in a manner of speaking). Well, perhaps that isn't fair, as Bush told them to stop killing Terri, but that judge in Florida (Well, that's the answer right there) went against him and the Feds. And he hasn't been removed from office yet, as far as I know. Well, this new year is still young...

Hurricane Coverage Much of the coverage of Hurricane Katrina was soooo over blown, includingthe reports of murder and rape in the super dome, that it created a self repeating new cycle, giving us an endless barrage of events that did not happen much at all. "But they did happen," the media will say, "And Bush and the folks at FEMA should all be lynched for letting these things happen! Only then can justice be done! YEARGH!!!" Wrong. What do you expect when you get lots of people from Mardi Grasville in a big concrete bowl? All manner of chaos, that's what.

Michael Jackson AUGH!!! Gross miscariage of justice!!! Geraldo should be walking around clean-shaven right now! The guy was guilty as sin(this time AND the last time), and they let him get off! Well, at least he's doing us a favor and staying out of the country (but not before treating the jurors to barbaque at Neverland after the trial!)

Democrat Anti-War retorhic Well, this isn't exactly new, is it? It's still a tub of malarky and still worth mentioning. Here's some pro-war retorhic to counter it(the first of 2006!): Nobody wants war. Nobody wants soldiers to die. The difference between the "pro-war" folks and the "anti-war" folks is that we actually have the guts to go to war for our beliefs. They say actions speak louder than words, and the actions of our soldiers trump the Dem's words big time.

Hurricanes Yeah, there were a lot of those(Didn't we get down to Gamma?). Fortunately not very many of them hit the US, and those that did, well, at least we've cleaned up(mostly).

Government response to Steriods in Major League Baseball Argh! More government interfering with the private sector! Yeah, I know it's a big deal and all of that, but there were many more important things going on at that time which deserved more attention, such as,

Anti- Minute Men Project efforts and retorhic The Minute Men were most effective at what they did, which was defending our borders. However, the Dems saw fit to demonize them(as did the Mexican government, who labeled them racists. The thing is, they would have stopped people of any race coming through our borders ILLEGALLY). I do wish that the Minute Men would return and go all over our southern borders. It certainly would make ME feel as if we were actually DOING SOMETHING ABOUT OUR ABSTRACT, THEORETICAL BORDER.


Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

They sound like bad things.

Anonymous said...

I would have to agree that Terry Shaivo would be one of the biggest casualties of our judicial system. Granted, there have been a lot of terrible things that have happened like soldiers dying in the war, Katrina wiping out both lives and livlihood, but Terry Shaivo's life was very preventable...and she was forced to die.
I tell ya, I think Jesus is coming soon.
just Ponderin' :)