useful, but not.
The Year so Far.
2003 managed to turn out as sucking such huge diseased donkey balls that I almost felt COMPELLED to drink it out the door. really. what a fucking awful year. any year that works overtime to reinforce my personal mantra of "Yes, I really do dislike everybody, you're all fucking idiots, and it's a waste of energy trusting you. Everyone is a Complete Disappointment." really can just move the fuck on, 'cause it basically left me waiting waiting for the next year to be even more brutal than the last.
TO those that helped the year get as brutal as it was, go fuck yourselves.
Luckily this year is starting to look up personally, I got a new gig that's shuold prove to be fairly cool (more later if I feel like it); yet I still seethe with anger.
The goddamn country is going to hell in a fucking handbasket, thats why.
I find it funny that the current repiblican administration is telling us about how they are all for making governmant smaller and allowing personal freedoms and choice on issues of how you live and (more importantly) how you spend your money (so long as you are spending money, otherwise you're a traitor)
Even if the money you are spending is going directly to the guys that run the businesses, since they figured out they can work people even harder instead of rehiring all the poor fuckers they "laid off." Even better, a large chunk of that money goes offshore and is never seen again, let alone gets taxed.
Which, of course, is just FANTASTIC for the economy, just not ours.
I'm not even going to get into the whole boosting the space program to try and get the nerd vote. I mean; YES we need to explore space, but for fuck's sake, maybe you oughta do a little reading up on teh subject first, hoss.
I listened to the GWB speech. The man still hasn't the slightest clue.
For further enjoyment, I found this link to an article from the New York Times about our president fucking up the country further in an effort to let his handlers run the country further into the ground for four more years:
That's right. Billion. As with a "B", billion.
This is "an extensive election-year initiative to promote marriage, especially among low-income couples"
I think my favorite quote of the whole article is as follows
Ronald T. Haskins, a Republican who has previously worked on Capitol Hill and at the White House under Mr. Bush, said, "A lot of conservatives are very pleased with the healthy marriage initiative."Followed closely by:
"The president loves to do that sort of thing in the inner city with black churches, and he's very good at it," a White House aide said.Then there's this...
In an interview with ABC News last month, Mr. Bush was asked if he would support a constitutional amendment against gay marriage and gay civil unions.First off, does that even COUNT as a sentence? Secondly, remember how the Republicans used to spooge all over themselves with joy when they claimed to catch the Clinton asministration waffling? Remember that?
So it's worse to have a position and change it than to have a non-position and then not be able to coherently explain it in the slightest?
15 Jan 04
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