Just another blog, created on the spur of the moment; may or may not contain earth-shattering epiphanies, boring personal observations, or various and sundry trivialities...

...oh, and once in a while, some politics...

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Moving Forward, maybe.

A brave woman.

Heh. Heh.

Maybe you have to take the Viagra, then indulge in some self-gratification...lol...

Thursday, June 23, 2005

I haven't posted anything here in a while (mainly because my time is being taken up by a hot new relationship ;o) ), but I was at work today and heard a report on the top-of-the-hour news that made me wanna run out of the room screaming.

You know, all this crap that the oligarchy and the globalistas are dishing out just isn't going to end without the working class of the world joining together and saying we're mad as hell and we're not going to take it anymore!!
Maybe we're too beaten down, I don't know, maybe we're not mad enough yet, or we're too tired.

People, it's not primarily about race anymore; it's about class. Our rulers in Washington laugh their asses off when they see us fighting among ourselves all the time; it solidifies their power because we can't organize. If we all joined together and said to them ENOUGH!, and kicked them out of their posh offices and luxurious condos to experience what we've been experiencing our whole lives, they might once again be responsive to those that supposedly voted them in office.

Aw, hell, who am I kidding, this system of ours is broke.

When I heard that the Supreme Court decided that economic development is enough of an excuse to seize someone's personal property under 'eminent domain' , I saw red. This decision isn't going to affect the rich, it's going to hit the poor and working class the hardest, as usual. Isn't it bad enough that our social safety net is being dismantled? Isn't it bad enough that out jobs, blue- and white- collar are being sent overseas? That we're in a Vietnam-style, illegal, immoral war in Iraq?

Now the State has the power to seize our hard-earned personal property.

How much more are we going to take?

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