Friday, October 27, 2006

A Brief Political Post




George W Bush is using fear and fueling hatred of Homosexuals to push his political Agenda.


So, if your are anti-gay, you are pro-bush? Ironic.


Hitler used fear and fueled hatred of Homosexuals to push his political agenda.




If I was Jewish I might think twice about how I vote in the upcoming November Elections.

11 Comments:

Blogger Chox said...

Oh good lord. You're gonna catch flak for this one.

1:14 AM  
Blogger matty said...

The whole Hitler comparison is a lot more valid than most want to admit. We are living under a Facist administration and it is getting creepy. Not just for homosexuals but for all minorites ---- and, the recent passage of the bill which allows our government to arrest you without clear reason -- and then possibly torture you. Well, this is some scary ass stuff.

I worry where our country will be in a few years.

Sad and scary stuff.

Who needs Halloween with an administration like this one? Sadyly, I don't think the Red States get it. ...At all.

Canada or Amsterdam are looking better every day.

10:40 AM  
Anonymous dcmasshole said...

Kel,

Not quit logical, but Jews would vote more for Republicans than Democrats because they are very pro-Israel and do not sympathize with Hamas or Fatah.

I just wish people did not have to ostracize to get elected. We have to be a united nation that amicable discuss or differences and not vilify.

3:05 PM  
Blogger StratoCade said...

You have got to be kidding me.

7:21 PM  
Blogger StratoCade said...

One other thing - if you're saying that a vote for Bush is tantamount to voting for someone who wants to ignite a new holocaust, think first about the fact that Mr. Bush is an unabashed supporter of the Israeli state - you know: that JEWISH country over there in the Middle East.

And no, he's not a supporter because of Israel's vast oil wealth (they don't have any) or their overwhelming economic might (they recieve TONS of foreign aid) - it's a religion thing.

Also, think about the prominent Jews in the Bush administration:

Chief of Staff - Josh Bolten
Cheney's Chief of Staff - Scooter Libby
Press Secretary - Ari Fleischer
Political Director - Ken Mehlman (Now director of the RNC)
Deputy Defense Secretary - Paul Wolfowitz
President's Personal Aide - Blake Gottesman

What anti-semite would put Jews in charge of the White House (and entire Executive Branch), the Vice President's staff, and, most importantly, make a stereotypically Jewish man the public face of the administration?

Your alarmist tone is at best irresponsible, and at worst is the manifestation a paralyzing hatred that has left you too dumbstruck to do anything constructive about the direction of the country.

Before you bitch, try volunteering for a political campaign, giving some money or time to moveon.org or another 527 that shares your views, or hell - maybe even excercising that fundamental right of all in this country: VOTE.

I know you're a rational human capable of intelligent thought. Don't become a liberal lemming - disagree with the President all you want, but apply some logic when you do it. Nobody is served by baseless invective.

12:23 AM  
Blogger The Persian said...

good point, but do you think all anti-gay freaks support Bush? Given the lack of his popularity at the moment I wonder if that's possible.

I'll bet hes a closeted homo, someone should look into what he did in his younger years I'll bet there's a scandal to be had.

xoxo

12:52 AM  
Blogger Kelicious said...

sigh votes...funny how those electronic voting machines work.

5:40 PM  
Blogger StratoCade said...

Funny you should mention electronic voting - as a displaced Texan, you don't vote electronically. You vote by sending in what we call an "Early Ballot By Mail". Each ballot is hand-counted by three people. One person from the county, one person from the Democrat Party & one person from the Republican Party. In the odd event you actually came back to Austin on election day, you'd vote on a Hart InterCivic E-Slate. You may or may not know Hart InterCivic contracts their security to Symantec, which is based in Cupertino, CA. Symantec is known for favoring Democrats with their political contributions...

Also, we're working on getting Voter-Verifiable Paper Trails (VVPTs) for electronic voting machines. Unfortunately, the FEC (again, controlled by an even split of 3 Ds and 3Rs) must certify the machines for use. That takes time.

In short, since you're a displaced Texan, you don't e-vote, so you have nothing to worry about. In the even you change your registration and do e-vote, unless you're a member of the black helicopter crowd, there's no reason to suspect foul play with e-voting. Democrats and Republicans around the country have embraced it, and you can be damned certain you would have seen countless lawsuits if there were one scintilla of evidence machines lead to fraud.

6:50 PM  
Blogger the doc said...

I give this battle of words to Stratocade. Knowing both Kel and Stratocade, I know that they are best of friends, who happen to disagree. But, they remain civil and remain friends...a lesson for our elected officials from the Left and the Right. I think party definitions and affiliations have pretty much run their course, and will be replaced by something else in the age of the internet and instant communication. It may not happen in my lifetime, but it will happen.

7:40 PM  
Blogger Jimmi said...

Oy, I'm voting for Hillary, is she up yet?

Shalom
Jimmiala "Rhoda" Morganstern

3:23 AM  
Blogger David said...

I don't think one has to be Jewish to think twice about voting for Bush. I have to say, while I know you didn't mean it, the tone of the post implies that most Jews are voting for Bush. While a shamefully significant portion has in the past, they are not the majority. A significant portion of "Christians" have voted for Bush, however, and if anyone should think twice, I would think they would be the ones encouraged to double up on their cogitation.

4:31 PM  

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