Friday, September 30, 2005

Sometimes humans make one proud, too...

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  • We love the commisionwhore...

    Once again, a traitor to the republic is revealed. And when this snake's corruption becomes public knowledge, what do his fellow politicians do? Do they denounce his crime, or distance themselves? Nooo, not in Tennessee- here, they make sure that the voters know that their sympathy and identification are with the thief, not the violated citizens. Why else would the arrest of a corrupt commissioner be a black mark/eye for the whole commission?

    "When something like this happens, it is a black eye for the entire commission." No, doofus, it's a crime against your constituents. I wish you felt it was a black mark against the commission that parts of Hamilton County are free zones for burglars and thieves, or that the schools you run refuse to educate or even control their inmates.

    Where is the commissioner who will say, " It's no reflection on me, it's a reflection on the criminal. I oppose theft and betrayal of the public trust. If Mr. Cotton did these things, he is a disgrace and should be hounded from public life after he returns from his insufficienty long prison sentence. Corruption should be rooted out wherever it is found, and I will do anything I can do to help that happen. The highest standards are the only thing that will do when it comes to the trust of our citizens."

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  • Also, if one can't trust one's bag man...

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  • Wednesday, September 28, 2005

    Guilt and a dilemma...

    Orright, do please follow along.

    A state representative, from my town, started a blog. I believe he was the first legislator, or among the first, to do this. I was impressed not only with his sense, but with his willingness to confront and expose the foully corrupt practices he found in Nashville. I link to him on the sidebar. He, for some unknown reason, links to me. Kindness and pity come to mind.

    During the post Katrina stuff, I read a very impressive piece by a Jamaican ( I grew up in the W. I.) columnist in which he suggested that crying racism to justify theft and worse was both dishonest and insulting to decent black citizens, and that black citizens might do better to strive to provide a good example rather than whinge and riot. I posted a quote from Mr. Levy's column as a teaser.

    I reckoned without the stupidity and Pavlovian indoctrination of the left, for whom ANY discussion of racial matters beyond "Look at what the blue eyed devils have done to the poor innocent noble (insert victim group)" is absolutely taboo. Some of these defenders of tolerance read the posted part of the Levy piece and leaped to the conclusion they have been trained to see and so much wanted to believe.

    Doubleplusungood thoughtcrime!

    I discovered this when I saw comments on Rep. Campfield's blog denouncing him for linking to me. I truly didn't, and don't, see bigotry in Mr. Levy's thoughts or in my own. I believe, as he seems to, that we ought to expect, white and black, the best from ourselves and our neighbors. That justifying evil relieves the evil doers, and degrades those who share their colour by suggesting that they are mere objects whose behaviour is dictated by others rather than by their own decisions.

    Now I see that in response to these bigoted jackass shouters, Rep. Campfield has found it necessary to disable comments on his blog. The protectors of free speech- at least when it's "Bush is a motherfucker"- have managed to silence hundreds of people. Many of them disagreed with Rep. Campfield and used the comments to challenge and teach a legislator who wanted to stay in touch with the people he represents.

    Nice going, petty tyrants. I feel badly that my blog led to this, but not very. The left behaves as though the way to deal with disagreement is to silence it. I just happened to be the catalyst. I do feel sorry for the people of Tennessee, who have been deprived of a direct conduit to a part of their government.

    My dilemma is this. Since quoting Mr. Levy makes me a "racist", should I remove the links to other blogs to prevent them being tarred by the same brush? I still believe the linked bloggers have something to offer, and so I want to give them publicity for what that is worth.

    So, to my tiny blog roll, I'll take you off if you like. And for those who link to me, feel free to take me off as well if the assault of the civil liberty advocates bothers you.

    "If you have to write it on your ass...

  • "If you have to write it on your ass, it might not be true."

  • Hilarious bbc home page parody. Or is a draft?

  • Lefties, click on the link to see what I'm suggesting you read.

    Monday, September 26, 2005

    I am a racist...

    Or have been given that title by several readers in response to my September 13 post. It seems that quoting from, and linking to, a column written by a BLACK MAN in a BLACK owned and BLACK edited newspaper in a BLACK GOVERNED and BLACK POPULATED country qualifies me. I consider this a compliment, even though it comes from people who believe that name calling is a correct response to one who presents the opinion of a BLACK MAN.

    A man who dares to reject and denounce predators and parasites, even of his own race. Can't have the darkies forming their own opinions on massas Jackson, Rangel, and Dowd's plantation. Take your welfare check and shut up is the standard for the left..

    Or is the response directed at my having the audacity to suggest that U. S. media are so self censored and terrified of "the R word" that they fear airing such an opinion? To notice that the heroes of free speech have all agreed that the opinions of millions of BLACK PEOPLE are an unsayable heresy?

    "The emperor is fully dressed, you RACIST." Q. e. d.

    I decided long ago to stop keeping the black man down. It was just too much trouble, all those meetings and memos. And one really does try to avoid exposure to those who wear percale sheets, forsooth.

    Friday, September 16, 2005


    Yes, finally! Watch out, coyotes, foxes, boars, and gurt big STAGGGS!

    It's about time.

    Tuesday, September 13, 2005

    No black American would DARE

    say this publicly, and no American medium would air it. Even though millions of Americans, white and black, are thinking it.

    "Desperation? Yeah, right. I am beginning to believe that black people, no matter where in the world they are, are cursed with a genetic predisposition to steal, murder, and create mayhem."

  • Shocking truth and expecting more- how dare he!

  • For the stupid and lazy, here are directions- CLICK ON THE LINK TO READ THE SOURCE OF THE QUOTE BEFORE YOU CALL ME A "RACIST", whatever you imagine that term means. It's his opinion, not mine.

    Saturday, September 10, 2005

    Sexual harassment comes first...

    Thousands of first responders have travelled to the gulf in response to appeals for help. (THANK YOU)

    If you're the U. S. government, and trained, experienced, professional life savers arrive to help in a disaster, what do you do with them? Give them a fire truck? Put them to work in triage? Get them to filling sandbags?

    No, fool. Two full time, tactical medicine trained firemen from Indiana travelled to help.

    Their "first task was an eight-hour course on sexual harassment and equal opportunity employment procedures..."

    There were 700 trained firefighters in that class. that comes to FIVE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED HOURS of trained, experienced expert rescuer time destroyed for NOTHING. How many lives did that cost, diversicrats?

    9-11 ALLAH AKBAR!

    Here's one of the 5 finalist selected for the memorial to the events of September 11, this one not in the hills of Afghanistan but the field where flight 93 and its 3 martyrs to Allah died.

    ALLAH AKBAR !!!!!

    Wednesday, September 07, 2005

    Senator Kennedy said...

    "What the American people have seen is this incredible disparity in which those people who had cars and money got out and those people who were impoverished died,"

    Now if one just changes "impoverished" to PASSENGERS...

    Monday, September 05, 2005

    Refreshing Katrina response...

    A friend in northern Louisiana, bypassed by Katrina, writes:

    "One of the evacuees at the resident shelter in the church I am visiting has said, "Please don't send me back to the projects. I grew up there, I was trapped there. When the hurricane came, it wiped out everything I had. Now is MY CHANCE to make a new life. I have a job, I have somewhere for me and my kids to stay while I get some money in the bank. We have a chance to be something now."

    Wow. Amazing to think of a tragedy being a way to GET OUT of a bad situation and start anew. Of course some of the N.O. people up here are the thugs and police are having alot of trouble in the Monroe area - esp. the Civic Center where the Red Cross shelter is and the mall. But there are a lot of good N.O. too. As they were saying today, the first two days the families that are staying in the shelters run by the Church arrived, they were exhausted but after that, they have kept their areas neat and tidy, done all the cleaning and cooking, helped out with preparing relief boxes and GOTTEN JOBS. Most that have looked for jobs have been placed, and not at Burger King and Walmart, but decent jobs, some teachers even got jobs in the school system. Amazing when you think of all the layabouts complaing about lack of jobs. "

    Sunday, September 04, 2005

    It's not looting...

    It's just self assigned welfare benefits!

    After all, lying around and letting someone else house, feed, clothe, and medicate you IS stealing. What's the difference (for an able person) between taking a welfare check to buy a television, and walking into a store to carry one out? It just bypasses the expense and administrative trouble of the check sending and cashing process.

    There are no poor people in America...

    There ARE NO POOR AMERICANS (or poor Britons) except those who seek destitution. Our welfare system provides a sound home, heat, electricity, hot and cold running water, food, medical treatment, education, and spending money. Go to any place in the U. S. or Britain where the "poor" go to receive benefits- there are more fat than thin and they ALL have cellular telephones, and colour televisions at home.

    Poor people die young of starvation and disease. Our "poor" die old of diabetes and cancer. Poor people live in dirt floored huts or shantytowns. They get their water from a creek or street tap.

    Genuinely poor people- in huts in Madagascar or slums in Lima- DREAM of the Lucullan luxury of a New Orleans housing project.

    What we DO have in the U. S. and the rest of the west is a group of people in our society who have been for 3 generations treated like zoo animals. As long as they stay in their zones and vote correctly, their masters provide them with the basics of life without work. They are encouraged to breed by being paid more when they do so, and discouraged from competing by generous guaranteed benefits. If I got my pay check without having to show up, do you think I'd go to work? Do you think I'd keep myself skilled and trained?

    The trash in New Orleans know that soon people with degrees and skills will drain the water, turn the power on, clean the streets, and replace the houses provided for them.

    So why not tear things up? Why shouldn't the zoo animals run wild when the fence breaks?

    Saturday, September 03, 2005

    Sneers at the unstable Americans...

    For those who feel American, or Southern, or New Orleanian culture makes us particularly susceptible to anarchy, I suggest thet you spend one full rainless Saturday- Sunday night, 6 A. M. to 6 A. M,. on any urban British (or wherever you are from) council estate. Just stand on the corner and mind your own business. No fair taking your mobile telephone.

    After you have done this, then you can talk. Otherwise, knock it off, idiot.

    EVERY big city in Britain, and the U. S., and the rest of the west, has a little New Orleans within it. They operate all the time, even without natural disasters. Places where the cruelest and strongest are the law, where police, law, and morals are just temporary visitors.

    The lord of the flies rules somewhere in your town, too.

    Thursday, September 01, 2005


    Everyone hate me now, no Katrina aid...

    I stand by the David Crockett plan when it's a U. S. tsunami, too. Taxpayers should not be forced to give money to the victims of Katrina. Or to any other "charitable" work. It's unconstitutional and immoral.

    Here's the whole story, read it before posting heartlessness comments-

  • David Crockett on government charity.