Saturday, June 30, 2007

I don't think that I have mentioned this yet but...

About a year ago I started my own group on MySpace. Not that I give a shit if anyone joins (kind of like I equally could give a fuck if anyone "friends" me on my cobweb-collecting cyber middle finger of a profile.)

Anyway, click here, Pilgrim

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

These here boys, they gots some good points thar.

Saturday, June 23, 2007

Dear Mr. Nader:

Don’t run. Ever again. Please?

Oh sure, I agree with you almost to the letter when I hear you talk about the stagnant two-party-as-now-one system and how SOMEthing has to be done about it and yadda yadda blah blah blah. And I strongly feel that a third party candidacy could actually be good for getting important issues back into contention.

The only thing is, you are not the guy, Ralph.

While it is admirable that you have a monster track record in activism and public interest work, the fact is, there are three branches of government not one, and well, you have a reputation of being a born leader. Maybe too much of a leader. As in, this is how it’s going to be, consensus, conSHMENsus. THAT kind of leader. Sure you get things done that way but the fact is that there’s these things called Congress and the Supreme Court and this document called the Constitution that sorta have some relevance in this general equation, and well, I don’t think you’re quite in game form for that kinda shit.

But, again, I’m not disputing your general statements: re: the rotting corpse that is the electoral process in America today. I mean, who do we REALLY have to look at as a positive ray of hope in the upcoming Presidential election?

Obama? Oh please. This guy is John Edwards with a darker complexion. I really have to gag when I see all of these suburban I-hate-Bush-but-don’t-give-change-to-homeless-people asswipes trumpeting (real loud and to anyone within earshot / unfortunate enough to stumble upon their website) how much they loooove Sen. Obama and half of them DON’T EVEN KNOW OR CARE WHAT THE FUCK HE’S ABOUT. Now, granted, I actually have been reading about his platform and dig a lot of what he has to propose as far as government reform, health coverage and other issues are concerned. And I hope that, after the election when his chickenshit Democratic Establishment voter populace elects Hillary, that he digs into the Senate trenches and fights like Hell for a lot of these reforms. Perhaps you, Mr. Nader, can assist the good Senator from Illinois with the type of grassroots revolt that you are so capable of executing. But, really, for those of you who support Obama just because you think that it would be cool to put a black man in the White House, here’s a suggestion: start a draft campaign to compel Chuck D into running. Now THERE’S my vote. THERE’S somebody who would kick some shit in D.C. I’m inspired to register a “Draft Chuck D” profile on MySpace RIGHT NOW! Who’s WITH me? (Checking Google) At least one guy! Apparently Davey D in his blog back in April! Cool! Looks like we’re picking up momentum.

And all you Ron Paul supporters? Get the fuck out of my face. I liked him better when his name was John Anderson. Actually, I liked John Anderson more. Though not much. It’s really amusing to me, to be seeing all of these 9/11 conspiracy nuts and pseudo-libertarian Trader Joe’s shoppers making a collective swing off the nuts of the Honorable Representative from the Texas 14th District. Wow, in Congress Ron Paul voted against the Patriot Act and the Iraq War. Whoopee! Yay! Too bad that he was voting that way because of a “less gummint” philosophy and not because those things were fucked up. He also thinks that abortion should be left up to the states to decide and questions the constitutionality of Roe v. Wade. Fuck all the dumb shit. Putting Ron Paul into the White House would be like buying the leanest E-Coli-infected ground beef at the supermarket: hey, we’re writhing in pain, but it sure TASTED good at the time!

So really, Mr. Nader, I’m about ready to do the same thing I did in 2000- leave the whole fuckin’ “President” section of the ballot blank. No, don’t accuse me of helping to get Dubya elected- I live in California and Gore won here by a landslide anyway. And besides, despite the fact that he won the popular vote Gore would not have won anyway due to this thing called the Electoral College and- hey, speaking of reform, how about stirring up the activist troops to join in on a campaign to abolish that antiquated piece of shit institution? Now THERE’s a true chance to unite the country across ideological lines for the public good.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007


Well, maybe not me but SOMEone does...

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