A long time ago... well, maybe not that long ago, this used to be a site
where I would post what I was thinking and I'd get one or two comments a week.
This site has become much more popular than I ever thought it would have, not
that that's a bad thing! Many people here post their opinions on the topical
interest stories. However, I've felt a bit left out. You see I have changed from
the being the editorial department to the site maintenance department. It's left
me without a place to post what I really feel. I now tend not to post my
opinions because I'd rather observe what others post and not influence their
opinions just because I own the site. But... This is one fucked up country we
are living in. It's so socially and politically divisive that I feel my opinion
should have a bit of voice, if not to influence others, than to allow me to let
you know how I feel about things that I observe. I think you all know where I
stand on most issues, however, due to my lack of posting my opinion, you don't
know what I believe.
So to end the silence, I'll start posting my opinion again. I'll try to avoid
the common leftist clichés, I don't want to become a NeoCon red state quotation
For now, I'll start with what I believe:
There is no god. The belief of a god is the sign of a weak mind. It's a
fallacy to believe in a power that rules your life, I find it somewhat amusing
that people believe that their own decisions on right or wrong are judged and
governed by a "higher power". I feel that anyone that believes in such a supreme
being has a weakness that is solidified by their beliefs. The belief in good
and/or evil is false. Morals do not need a god to exist. There is no good, there
is no evil; there are people with conflicting (to your own) morals. I can
comprehend a moral existence where Hitler's and Charles Manson's moral beliefs
were correct. However, it's not here in my life.
I believe that George W. Bush, and the republicans in general are attempting
to lead the United States, the people into a moral cage. A situation where we,
as "Americans" are expected to accept the moral beliefs of people that we do not
I do not agree with George W. Bush's morals. As I think most people of this
country don't agree. The problem with the last election is not that it displayed
a great division in politics. That it did. But it really displayed and as now is
being forced, is a division in force of morals. Not what your moral beliefs are,
just that the current government wants to FORCE it's morals upon you as an
individual. Although some red state folk think this is OK, they miss the loss of
freedom that is involved in this gesture of moral fortitude.
I do not want to be told by the government how to think, what is right or
wrong. This force of morals is not bordering on a national religion, it IS a
national religion. The beliefs of the republican right are seeping their ways
into the laws of our country. The GOP realizes that it can control the
constitution of the US not only through the use of Supreme Court appointees but
also it has realized that in a war year the treaties that the US makes trumps
the constitution (look at the DMCA). If you want to be schooled on
constitutional law, just ask, I'll school you.
If you don't believe that this country is in a takeover state, think again.
The rights of normal U.S. citizens have been subverted to allow the national
fear of terror take over and the GOP freedom ring through. Your rights are at
stake. Your freedom is replaced slowly, through the false fear of terrorism,
with the fascist GWB belief of a false god that believes in only terror and
Disagreeing with the government attitude has somehow been replaced with an
"Anti-American" attitude! When did questioning your government become wrong?!! I
do NOT have a fucking "support the troops" magnet on my truck, those fucking
things are made in Taiwan!. Does this make me less "American?" Probably to you
Honestly, I think that anyone that votes republican is a fucking idiot. A
stupid, uneducated fuck. Someone who does not value human rights above
patriotism, someone who would rather see dissenters die than live. I, as well as
most of the left wing (and I am very far from "left" in my political beliefs)
look upon the right wing as a bunch of buffoons. A bunch of fucking idiots.
However, I never have underestimated the power of fucktards in large groups.
I'm not one to say that you got what you deserve, because I have to live with
this idiot along with you. I'd rather say, fuck you assholes.