Friday, November 19, 2010

Great Job for Perverts

I bet you they are lining up to get a job at the airports right now. As part of the PATRIOTIC ACT, airport TSA are allowed to feel every inch of you. And for those you enjoyed being search this way, get a life. It does not means when you are enjoying that everyone in this world feel the same as you do.

And from what I heard, even babies get search? What perverts! I think the government is running out of puppets, even the sick people get the job they enjoy.

Monday, November 15, 2010

The Sheep's of This Country

This one was forwarded to me and I like to share how people will allow anything that is thrown at them. No one even questioned anything. I saw a young man looking at it, but that was it. I think he is more awake than other sheep's in this world.

People Watching Plus from Rune Madsen on Vimeo

A well trained puppets of the government.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Gets Me Every Time

Guest post written by Jinny Billings

There are certain movies that when you watch them when you're smaller you think that they're absolutely terrifying but then they're not scary at all when you're older. Well, it seems like the opposite happens to me. I don't know how I did it but I somehow used to catch all these really scary movies on TV when I was younger and them not bother me. Now most of them do.

I was online the other day with my DIRECT TV internet and looking for a scary movie to put in my Netflix line up so that I could watch it around Halloween. I thought that a good trusty movie would be to pick out a Stephen King movie, well one based on one of his books.

The suggestion for that that I decided on was Pet Cemetery. I hadn't seen it in a long time and wanted to see if it was still as scary. Well, it sure is. I hate to admit it, but I even had a nightmare after I watched it again.

Friday, November 5, 2010

You Can't Complain If You *Did* Vote

This one was forwarded to me and I do like the way this person think.

One of the most common sayings among statists and government people is "you can't complain if you didn't vote."

The idea is, if you didn't try to influence the machinery of the state, then you have no right to complain about what the machinery of the state does to you against your will.

The idea is, of course, laughable on it's face.

As with all statist memes, the reality is the opposite. You can't complain if you *did* vote!

Why? Because, *gasp* you voted for it!

By taking part in the state's voting ritual, you affirm the legitimacy of the system, you tell the government how you want the state's machinery to run, you say how you want to force people to live.

By not voting, you are voicing your displeasure with the system, you are showing it has no validity in your life, you're showing it's irrelevant and the system is an illegitimate fraud.

The biggest constituency in America is not republicans or democrats, the biggest constituency is non-voters! Whether it be because they don't care, don't have the time, don't think their vote counts for jack squat, or think voting is inherently immoral because it involves telling strangers how to live, the non-voter is the largest voter! They're voting not to take part in the state's charade!

Certainly an argument could be made, "I don't want the state to rob from me etc., so therefor I try to minimize it's damages."

That's all fine and dandy, but for the average voter, I think it's likely they go in the booth with the intent of trying to tell other people how to live. Of course, they get the oppressive nanny state they ask for, and when it comes to burn them, all the sudden they start to complain. Not enough to actually question the system, just enough to go back next election and vote for some other clown who tells them everything they want to hear and talks to them like an idiot. While I would never actually say they "can't complain if they did vote," the fact of the matter is, if anyone has any less of a right to complain, it's voters, not non-voters. You don't grant someone the right to rule over you and then complain because they don't do everything you want, that they would act in their own best interests, and not yours, is to be expected. If you only did the same, we wouldn't be in this horrible mess.

I did not vote in this election out of principle, previously I never voted because I just didn't care, the reality is the same regardless. I do not grant the system any authority, nor do I grant the goon-squad government any legitimacy. The state is a gang of robbers and thieves writ large, they have absolutely no right to tell anyone else how to live, they have absolutely no right to expropriate their neighbors wealth, and they have absolutely no right to threaten their neighbors with guns if they don't comply with their arbitrary dictates. That a group of strangers voted for them to do it changes nothing.

Well, actually I have an idea who wrote this, but that is for me to know and I hope you start questioning where you (the readers) stand.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

No One Deserve My Vote

Yes, we all know that every citizen of this country is a slave, and I am one of them. Shame I did not know what I know now when I asked the government to turn me into an USA citizen. If I have known, I can say, "SUCKER," for voting yesterday. And no, I did not vote. I have some people whom I wanted to "write in" in the ballot but how they can win, when I am the only one or two (DH) that voted for this person.

I was even thinking writing in my name on all the spaces, even DH agrees. Anyway, I didn't because I'm supposed to be in court today as a juror. I got out of it, because whatever, they are going to pay me, is not even enough to hire someone to watch my children and teach them all day. Well, that is if the hearing only lasted a day. However, from what I read, it is for prison guard who got caught having sex with female inmates. The prison is about 3 minutes drive from my house.

I'm sorry, but I am trying to get out of a corporation. And serving as a juror, is being a part of this judicial corporation. If I don't have any children, and single, I would do it. However, there are other people who will get affected if I decided this man is not guilty. There is the other side of the story, which I don't know. What DH told me, everyone is innocence until proven guilty. And I know how hard the plaintiff work to prove the other side guilty, and I don't want to be part of it.

Golden Rule people, if this man follows the golden rule, he should not be in this situation. Again, like I said, I don't know the other side of the story.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Music Monday

Home by Daughtry, I know there are a lot of version out there, however, I like this one. Enjoy.