Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Ron Paul, Q Ray: together Doomed


Well, the legions of undecided American voters can heave a collective sigh of relief for today I am finally pointing my own golden compass at the correct choice: Its Ron Paul. Its true he's a border freak and a tad bit isolationist but that's probably a good thing. The ultimate nod of approval comes from "free and fair" Fox news which refused him in its candidate debate! The fact that FOX news is scared of what he has to say demonstrates Ron Paul's credentials. He's the only candidate who seems to understand why militant islamists hate America. As he explained on Leno last night, its not because "they hate freedom" as the White House boldly invents (Its a comment on the stupidity of America that so many buy this.)
I'm actually enjoying the rhetoric machine that is the primaries. On the one hand candidates talk about how awful things are but on the other hand they must be talking about how great America is. Ron Paul is also the candidate who does the least amount of "presenting" himself which I'm naturally distrustful of.

He will lose of course since America can run itself and half the world into the ground and most Americans will vote for anybody who coddles their religious insanity regardless of how much of a clueless charlatan they are.

I'm very resentful of America right now. American retards defaulting on loans bought by other retards creating a need to liquefy assets by other retards without the backbone to wait it out all adds up to this retard losing lots of money.

My consolation this week was the court ruling against the Q-Ray bracelet ( a favorite target of this blog) The court said Q-Ray's claims about how the bracelets worked through "enhancing the flow of bio-energy" were nonsense. Really? The best part was the judges comments:

"Defendants might as well have said: Beneficent creatures from the 17th dimension use this bracelet as a beacon to locate people who need pain relief and whisk them off to their home world every night to provide help in ways unknown to our science," he wrote in his decision.




3 comments:

rainswept said...

Speaking of america and "it's" choices, as I watched the People's Choice Awards last night, I was struck by the glib inanity of thanking the people of america for choosing you. Do Johnny Depp, Ellen DeGeneres and Justin Timberlake really want to join the august ranks of murdering Osama bin Laden, WalMart, illegal domestic telephone surveillance, McDonalds, creationism, and continued financing of the occupation of Iraq?

and then the_doctor said...

Actors seem to have found a way out of the Hegelian dialectic. They seem to be very comfortable gleening admiration and respect from those that are not their equals or superiors.

CaptainOrange said...

It works for me. I'm just too aware of my own short-comings to be able to 'self validate'... That being the case, I'll take what I can get.