Sunday, May 27, 2007

Ron Paul Slays Them All

Who is Ron Paul, and why is he being heavily censored by the mainstream media? By now, all neocon/zionist Republicans wish they didn't know. The libertarian presidential candidate is shaking things up like no one's business, leaving pundits and opponents alike to duck and cover. As a simple Congressman, his words have only carried so far over the years, but now, as a presidential candidate, he's on the big stage, and telling it like it is.

All Rep. Paul had to do was suggest that U.S. foreign policy motivated the 9/11 attacks during the Republican debate in South Carolina, a reasonable enough notion, and the wet bottom of the cardboard box fell out. The polls that gave him a commanding lead in the first debate were ignored, removed, altered, and marginalized by the msm, and it resulted in one of the loudest outcries ever by internet patriot legions. The msm has been served noticed that they will not get away with covering up the words of the clear winner of these debates.

9/11 pseudo-hero and fellow presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani took strong exception to Mr. Paul's remarks, and expressed a great deal of incredulity at the notion that our foreign policy would have anything to do with being attacked by terrorists. Ron Paul has countered with a reading list for Giuliani, entitled, Reading For Rudy. In a better world, the media would be quizzing Rudy on that material, and he would no doubt squirm like a stuck pig. Nonetheless, he has been schooled, and will have to watch himself in the next debate.

It's a pleasure to see the camel's nose under the tent at such a critical juncture in the run-up to the presidential election. Ron Paul may be no more than a blip on the msm radar screen, but he's sure got the attention of those wide awake and on the internet. Republicans everywhere can hang their heads in shame.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Where's My Flying Car?

When I was a kid in school, I was lead to believe that the future held the promise of robots, rocket trips, and tooling around in a flying car. So, where the fuck is it? It's now 2007. Computer technology is almost at a molecular level, and people are walking around with talking cameras and matchbox-sized things that have 50,000 songs on them. Isn't it a little strange that we've essentially been using the same mode of transportation for the better part of a century with little improvement on the original concept? We're getting hosed here, and with no end of it in sight.

I suppose flying cars could prove to be problematic, but hey, nothing's perfect. Just don't let Paris Hilton know, and we should be all right. If the rest of us try and stay out of trouble, and don't give the cops any reason to get riled up, then it's fly the friendly skies. Call it manifest destiny. After putting up with all this crap, we have it coming to us.

Meanwhile, there are those who have developed cars that run on water. Too bad the guy keeled over in a restaurant, dead from poisoning. Anybody know why that might happen? Maybe he didn't pay off his gambling debts, or his wife caught him with the babysitter. As for being the next guy to invent a car that runs on water, well, you go first.

In the 70's, a band from Akron, Ohio created a concept known as de-evolution. It was funny at the time, but it's not so funny now. We seem to have been conditioned to learn nothing from history, and to accept whatever mediocre garbage that's laid before us as the status-quo. If Ford put out nothing but a dumpster with four wheels, we'd be driving them, and liking it. Mighty big sunroof there, so what's to complain about?

I know there won't be any flying cars, and my childhood hopes and dreams have been dashed. We're resigned to a trailer park planet, where progress moves about as fast as a turtle on his way to a funeral. The only thing that IS progressing at a robust rate is called novo ordo seclorum. Good luck with it, and may the road rise to meet you.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

On The Horns Of A Dilemma

Isn't it something to see the President standing next to the Queen of England, giving everyone the Illuminati high-sign? Remember, they're not in Texas here. Hook 'em, horns does not apply. And, why is Bush looking so smug? Is it the fact that he, too, should be wearing a crown? The queen may see things differently, though. I'm sure her departure came none too soon.

Something else that may be heartening to the neocons is the ever-growing ignorance amongst our youth. If you don't know what year 9/11 occurred in, then how can you know who's really responsible for it? For that matter, how can you know anything other than ordering pizza and watching reality TV? The answer to that will present itself in due time, when young graduates join the work force, and start climbing the ladder of success. Save that cap and gown- you might have to sleep on it.

The global warming debate seems to be as polarizing as anything, and possible alternatives to mainstream science's reasoning seem to be piling up. If we closed down Washington D.C. and emptied it out, would we not have hit on a possible solution? There's only one way to find out.