Feh

September 14, 2006 at 2:36 am (Idiots, International community, Leftist idiocy, The Left, The Right, The United States, The West)

1. I have given up on editing Wikipedia. Too many biased people. So many arguments and egotistical and agenda-driven idiots. Wikipedia is a good source of information, but one ought to be prepared to encounter blatant bias. And, trust me, some people get so hung up on ridiculous things.

2. I have accepted that there is, quite regrettably, an unfordable political divide in The United States. We simply have to work with this fact. I hope the day comes when we will set aside our strong emotions (some of it justified…well, I’d say on our side much of it is justified, but I’m biased) and learn to agree to disagree and focus on moving forward. One of the best things I like about President George W. Bush: he does what he sees is right (most of the time), not what’s popular.

3. Recently, my heart has sank when I have seen people continue living under oppression – women, political opponents, outspoken people, gays, non-dominant religions. We have it to good here in the West. But I see little chance of change elsewhere: there is so much that should be done, but nothing we can do. Ever more reason for our bright beacon of hope and freedom to continue to shine.

4. Rose O’Donnell is an idiot. Radical Christianity as threatening as radical Islam? Well, she has a point. Those horrid Christians, you know, they’ll…they’ll pray for you! *shudder* I think Romeo13 explained it well (in the comments of “Video: Rosie Sez ‘radical Christianity’ is just as ‘threatening’ as radical Islam” by Ian of Hot Air):

Lets see…. Christians would shame her….

fundamental Moslems would Stone her to death…

What part of that doesn’t she understand?

5. It’s times like these I take a deep breath, thank God I live in The United States, and realize that despite the many idiots out there I know many awesome people – thanks to the blogosphere (and this includes commenters as well as bloggers)!

And look! Slublog’s baby girl! Awwwwwwwww.

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2 Comments

  1. blackflag said,

    “I have accepted that there is, quite regrettably, an unfordable political divide in The United States. ”

    Indeed there is, most of it stems from “closet Socialists” (of the communist/marxist variety) pretending to be “Democrats” and free market capitalists in the Republican party. One relys on the government for support and the other stresses self reliance at the individual level. The two shall never meet on commmon ground.

  2. bamapachyderm said,

    Muslihoon, I SO know what you mean about Wikipedia. What a colossal waste of time and effort. I tried that too for a while, but had to give up. It’s WAY too frustrating.
    It’s no secret to those of us who have been down that road why only leftards quote Wikipedia as a “source”–they wrote the damn thing. It’s nauseating. If only people would look at the talk pages, they’d see what a joke it is.

    One of the best things I like about President George W. Bush: he does what he sees is right (most of the time), not what’s popular.

    Bingo. That’s what I like about him too. Often the right decision is the most difficult one. Abraham Lincoln knew this, and was vilified at the time–even worse than Bush has been.

    I take a deep breath, thank God I live in The United States

    AMEN! I thank God for that every single day. 😀

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