Saturday, December 18, 2004

Someone sent me Hollywood: Tinseletown Or Twinkieland
By Barbara J. Stock

My response:

This is such a joke. First of all, Kerry only lost by 119,000 in Ohio, maybe less if they count again, so I wish all you right wing dumbasses would stop acting like it was a landslide. Plenty of people in middle America can relate more to Tom Hanks than they can to George Bush, who was born with a silver spoon up his nose.

Tom Hanks was once a normal man. He's still a nice guy who thanks the crew. George Bush is a rich frat puke who's had every road paved in advance for him. He never had to work hard for anything, to which his grades, and his record, will attest.

Second, I'm getting sick of people who seem to think there is some magical heart of America, as if some asshole in a pick-up with a bible and a shotgun is more American than I am. That's the kind of "we're patriotic and you're not" shit that makes me wonder who the uniters and the dividers really are.

A lot of people actually saw Fahrenheit 9/11. I dare you or any other dumbass rednecks here to tell me one lie in it. You all talk shit about it, but not one of you has been able to articulate one single coherent, specific attack on it. And when you do, I suggest you check Michael Moore's web site. He's rebuked everything anyone has thrown at him. That's why people resort to calling him fat. That's all they got. Mike Moore grew up middle class, which Dubya definitely didn't, unless you count the crappy coke he snorted in Midland. That's as close to middle class as he ever got.

Watch Roger and Me again. Rent "The Awful Truth," his TV show, which is on DVD. I think it's amazing that you sons of bitches will put down a guy who has been defending unions and raging against the plutocracy since he was in high school, and you'll side with a guy who hates unions, wants to privatize the world, and got most of his contributions from Ken Lay and his ilk. You guys are defending a guy who is the opposite of the union working man, and you're trashing a guy who has stood up for the working man.

Just look up plutocracy.

Finally, I wonder if I can print this article, roll it up in a tube, and shove it up this bitch's ass when we do get attacked again. To suggest that George Bush, or attacking a country that even he admitted had nothing to do with 9-11, is why we haven't been attacked again, is the ultimate idiocy. I could list 100 valuable targets that are hardly guarded at all that could cause major economic and human losses if hit. What has Bush done about them? He attacked Iraq. They just snuck a fake bomb on a plane! What has Bush done about that? Spent over $150 billion of my kid's taxes on Iraq (and they still don't have armor). The fact that we haven't been hit again is completely up to the terrorists. Nobody can stop these people from attacking us. There are literally thousands of ways to do it. If anything, Bush has mad it more probable, because he's pissed off even the moderate Arabs. Now they all hate us, which wasn't true before.

If you think privatizing their countries is going to make them like us more, you're a lot dumber than I thought.

And to support Mel Gibson's violent piece of shit over Moore is so ironic. On one hand we have a guy supporting the working man all his life, and on the other a freak cult member who makes the Pope look liberal when he says condoms don't stop AIDS.

What hypocrisy.

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