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MoralCompass
04-21-2005, 10:37 AM
In the latest flap over the so called "gay agenda" it should be obvious to even the most casual observer that Senator Abel Tapia has got it

all wrong. He should follow the moral principles set by Senator Ron Teck, R-Grand Junction and his more well known allies in the fight to keep

America free from sexual tyranny. I of course refer to former United States Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich who literally built the Republican

party into the morally pure institution that is today. Newt's sister is a lesbian, and who can forget the way he would often refer to his sister as "that

damnable lesbian whore of Babylon" from the hallowed halls of Congress. Or Alan Keys who has never waivered in pointing out publically the many

sins of his own lesbian daughter. Needless to say such visionaries as Teck and a less well known prophet of the true meaning of Christianity, the

Reverend Fred Phelps of Kansas, have the right idea. We need to get back to the "good old days" when we could call a queer a faggot and get a

good belly laugh from watching his parents weep at the pictures of their son hanging on a fence in Wyoming.

Let's not stop there I say! Heck, last night I had to do the dishes, imagine that. I mean, what has the world come to when a man has to

do the dishes? We all know that is womens work. And who can possibly think that buying cheap clothes from Chinese sweat shops via Wal-Mart is

better than the days when we had slaves to pick the cotton and keep the prices down, thus allowing truly Christian white plantation owners to set

an example of true southern hospitality.

We good Christians all know that nearly 90% of the Bible deals directly with condemnation of sexual perverts. We only wish it had said more

to us about how we should treat our more worthy brothers who are only guilty of minor sins like price gouging, ruining the air and water, and bombing

the living daylights out of Iraqi citizens under false pretenses. I recall how that rascal who dared lead this nation into an economic boom got

caught with his pants down and by the grace of God, we had Rep. Henry Hyde to point out that while it was okay for him to have extra-marital sex

it was NOT okay for the President. And of course, who better to lead the ethics battle against the former President than a man who knew from first

hand experience exactly what it was to cheat on your wife, and by the grace of God, Hyde said that HIS situation was a "youthful indescretion",

while what Clinton did was downright impeachable.

But of course, that is all ancient history. Let us now look to the moral high ground which the current Republican administration has taken.

Surely there is no better example than the President himself. He has proved to us that it was those idiots who gave him "bad intelligence" that

caused us to go to war. Luckily he had the forsight to ignore warnings about hijackings and terror threats from Al Quaida given by the obviously

morally bankrupt Clinton administration. President Bush also wisely selected Bob Novak of CNN's "Crossfire" to blab the name of a CIA operative in

Iraq all over the news to stop the agent from telling his advisors that there were no WMD's. Now, thanks to Novak, that family can look over their

shoulder for the rest of their lives for assasination attempts. Whew, we sure wouldn't want the truth to get to Bush..after all, he would then have to

lie to the American people and our allies about his reasons to go to war.

Then of course Republican House Majority Leader, Tom Delay is a victim of those left wing liberal media leeches who have distracted the

American public with the truth about his taking bribes from native american casino's. Did I say native American? I meant to say "chief", you know I

sure miss the old days when you could call them "injuns" or "red skins" and plop them in front of a cigar store. We all know they sure can't hold thier

fire water. I digress, what is important to the American people is having a Congress who will step in and make medical decisions for you, since "we

the people" are obviously not qualified to decide for ourselves whether or not to pull the plug on Grandpa when he is comatose and ridden with bed

sores. Even the President showed us that he would shorten his much needed vacation to fly back to Washington to sign a bill to keep one women

alive. And lest we be confused, he did not comment on the hundreds of thousands of people killed in a Tsunami half a world away until almost a week

had passed by. How blessed I feel to know that the life of one single comatose American is worth more than thousands of less worthy foreigners.

Just knowing that Congress was able to meet for extended hours for one person should not overshadow their lack of progress in passing health care

reform for millions of Americans. This tells me that, one at a time, they will help us, we just need to take a number..gee, I wonder who will decide

who gets in line first? I hope I live to be 200,000,000 years old, since it may take them that long to get to me.

I am confident that it is a mere co-incidence that when the economy is in the dumper, the stock market is dropping faster than Michael

Jacksons popularity, and gas costs more than a sack of diamonds that Republicans would use the "gay agenda" to distract media attention away

from those pesky facts. I mean, what are the chances that Focus on Politics er I mean Focus on the Family would produce full page ad's bashing

Senator Ken Salazar at the same time that Tom DeLay is under fire, the Presidents approval ratings are sagging, and Senator Teck would all

converge at the same time a new Pope takes office. It couldn't turn out any wierder if somebody told me the new Pope was a former Nazi who shot

down American Warplanes, I mean, what are the odds?

Have a nice day!
PS Did you hear the one about the Paddy, the Wop and the Bojon and the Gook who....oops..nevermind, I thought we were back to the good old

days when you didn't have to concern yourself with somebodys feelings.

- Moral Compass-

large
04-21-2005, 11:33 AM
You wouldn't be one of those Michael Moore worshipping Left Wingers, wouldja?

Lest you think less of me, I'd as soon put your Hero Teddy"the Swimmer" Kennedy in a cage with Tom (Right of Jesus) DeLay and starve 'em both publicly . . . one side's as bad as the other!

You've got the best government Money can buy . . How much did you contribute?

Zen Curmudgeon
04-21-2005, 03:34 PM
>>snip<< He [the President] has proved to us that it was those idiots who gave him "bad intelligence" that caused us to go to war.>>snip<<
C'mon, now, that's no way to speak about a person's parents... :)


Then of course Republican House Majority Leader, Tom Delay is a victim of those left wing liberal media leeches who have distracted the American public with the truth about his taking bribes from native american casino's. >>snip<<
"The time has come that the American people know exactly what their Representatives are doing here in Washington. Are they feeding at the public trough, taking lobbyist-paid vacations, getting wined and dined by special interest groups? Or are they working hard to represent their constituents? The people, the American people, have a right to know...I say the best disinfectant is full disclosure, not isolation." Tom DeLay, November 16, 1995.

And then there's this little joke circulating at the NYSE : There's Good News and Bad News. The Bad News is the stock market is continuing to fall. The Good News is I don't have any of my Social Security money in it.

Take Care -

ZC

Hell To Pay
04-21-2005, 04:47 PM
Most of that crap are the talking points straight from the DNC. You should have ended your rant with one of those Crazy Howard Dean screams. The leftists running the democrat party are nothing but a criminal organinzation.

What's THIS ABOUT? (http://www.nydailynews.com/front/story/302149p-258543c.html)

Freaking scumbags, the whole lot of them.

large
04-21-2005, 07:19 PM
Hey, hey, hey, what's a nice centrist like me doing in this fight? . . . .

Chuckie
04-22-2005, 08:14 AM
You wouldn't be one of those Michael Moore worshipping Left Wingers, wouldja?

Lest you think less of me, I'd as soon put your Hero Teddy"the Swimmer" Kennedy in a cage with Tom (Right of Jesus) DeLay and starve 'em both publicly . . . one side's as bad as the other!

You've got the best government Money can buy . . How much did you contribute?


Could have been written by Micheal Moore himself. That was obviously a copy and paste job from a website somewhere. Complete plagerism if you ask me.

I stopped reading right after that line that implied that Clinton caused the economic boom of the 90's. He did everything he could to destroy it and by the end of his run was successful. (largest tax increase in US history. Anyone remember that?) The economy was beginning to tank by the end of 99.

Dude, learn to think for yourself. Spouting off someone else's rhetoric without even thinking about what you are saying makes you look foolish.

large
04-22-2005, 10:50 AM
Yeah, I've noticed that on a couple other forums . . Three magazine articles, written by someone they agree with, pasted up on a forum . . . thank God we don't have to "Print" this out . . it'd take several truckloads of ink . . .

You'd think the writer could just direct us to the URL, we'll read it ourself, thank you!

Kinda like the article with the 57,000 stolen cars atributed to the Illegals last year in Arizona . . . Zat so? Heh, heh . . . . . .

Chuckie
04-22-2005, 02:25 PM
are there 57,000 cars in Arizona?

I guess the obvious answer to that is.....Not anymore

Zen Curmudgeon
04-22-2005, 02:44 PM
are there 57,000 cars in Arizona?

I guess the obvious answer to that is.....Not anymore
LOL! Here's a little numerical superiority:

http://phoenix.about.com/od/cartheft/a/autotheft2003.htm

Arizona Auto Theft Statistics for 2003

* Number of stolen vehicles: 56,222
* Vehicles recovered: 67%
* Month when there are the most auto thefts: October
* Month when there are the fewest auto thefts: May
* Vehicle thefts in Maricopa County, where the Phoenix metro area is located, account for 77% of the state's vehicle thefts.
* Pima County, where Tucson is, accounted for 13%

Just curious, does anyone know the stolen vehicle recovery rate for Pueblo county? Colorado?

Take Care -

ZC

large
04-22-2005, 03:29 PM
Yeah, like I said up there, one of my friends son lives down there . . He built a Honda Civic Rice Rocket and took it down . . in 4 years it was stolen 5 times, stripped, recovered, rebuilt, etc until the last time, I think they found a burned out hulk . . 3 of the thefts were solved, 2 involved Vietnamese Kids and the last one a Japanese gang from LA . . . Maybe the Mexicans got it a couple of times also, but we'll never know . . . So I guess the Mujados dodged that bullet!

Chuckie
04-22-2005, 04:11 PM
the Mujados only steel Chevys

MoralCompass
04-23-2005, 12:38 AM
How interesting that anyone would think I did a copy paste job and be somehow devoid of original thought. Oh well, I am glad to hear that what I had to say, though verbose, had a familiar ring to it. For whatever it's worth, I haven't visited the DNC website since long before the election. I do however read lots of news websites, and watch all the news channels, and C-Span. As to Michael Moore, I don't like the man; never saw his movie. The last movie I saw was Mel Gibson's "The Passion".

I was reminded of something that happened to me when I was in the 7th grade. We were supposed to write a term paper which would count for half of our grade for the whole year. It was assigned by a new teacher, fresh out college. Anyway, I turned in my paper a few days early and was stunned when I got an "F" for my paper. When I confronted my teacher she said I had copied another student, who also got an F for something which she was sure was copied out of a book, though she couldn't say which book.

Well, I told her that the student had obviously taken my paper out of her "in-basket" shortly after I had put it in there, then copied my paper. She didn't believe me, so I asked her if she would allow me to turn in another paper so I could pass the class. She said no way. So I asked her if she would be willing to spend just 2 hours with me at the library, let her pick a topic, let her watch me research it, let her watch me write it, and then, if she didn't think I was capable of writing the paper, go ahead and flunk me.

She agreed, finally, and the next week, off we went to the library. She chose a topic, watched me research for 1 hour, and watched me write for another hour. Then she stopped me to read what I had written. Realizing her mistake, she gave me an "A" on my original paper and an "A" on the paper I wrote in front of her, and she publically apologized to the class for saying I had copied the paper. At that point, the other student confessed to seeing me turn in my paper during lunch and decided to copy it.

So, dear friends, I will always name another source when I copy that source, and if you decide to copy my work and claim it as your own...well, go ahead, but you and I will both know, and so will God, but go ahead, after all, I would be flattered to think that anyone would think highly enough of my thoughts to adopt them as their own. That said, I think I was wrong once, but then, I found out I wasn't. Did that make me wrong?

Zen Curmudgeon
04-25-2005, 07:35 PM
A new Washington Post - ABC News poll released today has some food for thought.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/polls/post-abcpoll_042505.pdf

Would you support or oppose changing the Senate rules to make it easier for the Republicans to confirm Bush's judicial nominees?

Support - 26%

Oppose - 66%


Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bush is handling:

A. Social Security
Approve - 31 Disapprove - 64
B. Iraq
Approve - 42 Disapprove - 56
C. Economy
Approve - 40 Disapprove - 57
D. Terrorism
Approve - 56 Disapprove - 41
E. Energy Policy
Approve - 35 Disapprove - 54


Take Care -

ZC