Monday, November 30, 2009

Idiot of the Week

There were surprisingly many choices for the idiot of the week this week but since this is an all-topics website believe it or not I'm going to give it to a couple of people. USC Coach Pete Carroll and LA Times Sportwriter Bill Plaschke.

First Pete Carroll. I would not have a problem with you getting that late touchdown against UCLA. I really wouldn't except the fact that you were whining when Stanford did the exact same thing to you a few weeks ago. I'm sorry you are a complete hypocrite for that.

Now Plaschke. In your writeup for the game you said how wrong it was for Rick Neuheisul to call a timeout when USC was downing the ball. You have timeouts and if you can get the ball back as unlikely and impossible as it was to catch up you have to try and hope for a complete miracle.

Congrats to Bill Plaschke and Pete Carroll you are the idiots of the week

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

What should be done

With my post about the horrible religious attacks on President Obama I guess what I would like to see done more then anything (and I don't care if it's Al Sharpton or Pat Robertson) is anyone who claims to be any religious organization should have their tax exempt status removed. That is how you eliminate the problem.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Idiots of the week

I got a double shot of the idiot of the week award. First to the Bensalem, Pa. Police department. They actually arrested a couple for refusing to leave a tip in a resturant there because of incredibly poor service there. Rediculous.

Second is to yours truly. Me. That's right I'm not above saying that I'm an idiot. For the reason I thought yesterday's Detroit-Cleveland Football game was going to be horrible. Turns out it was one of the best games of the year. Ooops.

Not sure how much posting is going to be done this week. If not I hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving and be safe.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

More Cowardice

With the outrage from the Republicans for the KSM (I guess that's his name now) being put on trial in New York I guess we learned one thing: Republicans DO NOT believe in our justice system. The only way he would be let off in my view is if the judge feels any information received from him was done illegally by torture authorized by George Bush and Dick Cheney. Other then that he should be found guilty. But again even if he does walk by some fluke it's not like he would be set free in the United States so again I guess Republicans don't believe in our justice system.

Sick bastards

Here is more proof on why I'm against religion (specifically the Christian Religion). There is a bumper sticker circulating around saying pray for Obama Psalm 109:8. For those (like me) who are not familliar with that (I looked it up) it reads the following: "Let his days be few And let another take his office." Followed by another verse "Let his children be fatherless and his wife be a widow."

Anyone caught with this needs to be arrested for making a death threat against the President. You are nothing but sick people.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Phony Outrage

It's funny how in a roar Republican hypocrite get about President Obama. The latest phony outrage is that Obama showed respect by bowing to foreign leaders. They calim how Republicans Presidents NEVER did the same thing. Well I hate to burst that LIE from them but that link shows Nixon doing the same thing. I've seen Bush doing the same thing and so many others. So do me a favor and either study something called facts or just SHUT UP!

How to fix it

So the unemployment rate is currently 10.2%. President Obama wants a "job summit" with big businesses. Keep in mind how this was inherited from the previous administration but as I've said many times it's up to the President to fix it. It's a very simple idea but here is what I feel should be done:

a) fine businesses a certain amount when they send jobs overseas that can be done in America for fair wages. I say for fair wages because we know why businesses send jobs overseas cause of cheap labor. Make the fines significant enough for businesses

b) reward businesses for keeping jobs in the U.S. I know I should might get some words for that but if businesses are punished for losing jobs they should be rewarded for gaining jobs.

That's how I feel will fix it.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Taking a stand

Where are the adults who aren't taking a stand on this? A 10 year old refuses to say the pledge of allegence until gay people are allowed to marry. Congrats he is my nominee for hero of the year.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Idiot of the week

Congrats to former New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani you are the idiot of the week. The reason is how yesterday he lead the parade of Republicans agianst the trial of 9/11 suspect Muhammed in New York City claiming it made New York "less safe". What he is really saying is he doesn't believe in our justice system. Why do I say that I go back to 2006

He was in favor of the trials back then of the first World Trade Center bobmings. Also every other major terror attacks that have been done the people have been tried and convicted. Republicans as I said don't believe in are justice system showing more and more they are cowards. Rudy Guliani you are the idiot of the week.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Decent Idea

I would like to give kudos to Jim Demint (R). That's right but one thing I consistantly say is if I hear something I like from a Republican as much as they deserve to be bashed they also deserve credit. So Demint is pushing an amendment that he feels will ease corruption in Washington by having Senators and Congresspeople have term limits. I really don't have a problem with that but really here is a better way to end corruption on all levels of Government:

Public Elections

The reason why there is so much corruption are big businesses are allowed to donate large amounts of money to these polititions (hence why there are huge issues with the healthcare bill among others) and once that stops corruption stops.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Why isn't this being talked about?

While the right naturally is using the Ft. Hood attacks to attack the Muslim faith (keep in mind I have no love for them at all either)

Why isn't the media talking more about the fact the alleged shooter was being bullied by other members of the military? There were reports that he has had his car keyed all the way around and he had a bumber sticker about allah torn off and we know how in previous shootings the suspects were bullied. Really that should be talked and I feel if that the people who bullied him are suspects too.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


I commented about this a while back and it's even more relevent now. You are seeing a purge in both parties right now and I'm not sure if it's the right thing. You are seeing Republicans get rid of moderates and Democrats trying to get rid of "blue dogs". Now I'm sure I'm being naive but shouldn't there be room for people of all view points in every party? Isn't that what a democracy is?

Monday, November 09, 2009

Idiot of the week

I decided after last week to make this award weekly. Why not. The criteria for this award is any memeber of Congress, Senate, The President, media, whoever who is just dumb, ignorant or both depending on the issue. At the end of the year I will give the idiot of the year award. This week is a tie for the simple reason: They are both elected to Congress and either didn't know the pledge or the difference between the constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

The winners are: John Boener of Ohio for not knowing Friday at the last attempt by Republicans to imtimidate Democrats against the House version of healthcare he said he was reading the Constitution when he actually read the Declaration of Indenpendence

The co winner is Rep Tom Akin of Missouri for claiming a) the pledge of allegence "drives liberals crazy (which is false) and for b) forgetting a word. Who really knows what he had in mind but it's stupid and so is he.

Congrats to you both you are the co idiots of the week. You claim you are Americans but don't even know the basics.

Friday, November 06, 2009

Disgusting Acts

So these phony tea baggers protest were at it again in Washington D.C. They were protesting the healthcare bill that will pass congress over the next couple of days. What caught my eye was the most disgusting sign I saw covered on False News (Fox for those who are new here) that actually showed people killed in the holocaust saying that will happen if healthcare passes. Damn those psychopaths who really don't understand history. Damn anyone who supports them. You are the stupidest people in the world for NOT understanding the significance of the holocaust. Damn Fox News AND ANYONE for giving them a forum and not calling them out for the anti-semetic freaks they are.

Ft. Hood Shooting

So you have the tragedy at Ft. Hood yesterday (and the reason I didn't post about this yesterday is I have the luxury of waiting til some facts come out unlike the media who have to cover it live) and if you look at the suspect there were warnings. He posted favorably about suicide bombings which should have launched an immediate investigation from the FBI. This could have been preventable.

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

About Last Night

So what we are going to hear about the election last night from the right-wing media is how it was a vote against President Obama. If you look at the exit polls that I saw last night on ALL the channels is that will be a lie. The exit polls indicated that 57 % in Virginia said Obama had NOTHING TO DO WITH THEIR VOTE and that number was 60% in New Jersey. If you look at Virginia especially historically whatever party is in power in the White House they pick the oposite in the Gov.

What you won't hear from the Right Wing media is about the New York 23 congressional seat being taken by a Democrat for the first time since the Civil War. You won't hear about California 10th which was won by a Democrat for the first time in years as well. Especially NY 23rd though where Republicans started booting out moderates to vote for the "conservative" party candidate. It just shows the infighting involved in the Republican party right now.

However I will say this should serve as a wake up call for Democrats in one sense that they should not take 2010 lightly because you know the Republican nut jobs will be in force supporting the most extremest candidates out there. Be careful.

Monday, November 02, 2009

What an Idiot

I would like to point the idiot of the week to Rep. Stephen King(R, Ia). During a serious hearing about concussions in the NFL all he wanted to know is why Limbaugh was not allowed to own an NFL team. Luckily Goodell told him the truth which was it was none of his business. Stephen King you are an idiot.