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Tue, Feb. 22nd, 2005, 10:32 am
xdeadseriousx: ANARCHY YEAH!!!!!

Anarchy is a little too limited in the government sector, but I'm definitly more anarchist than any of the others, especially how the Republicans are farting around now-a-days.

You scored as Anarchism.

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Anarchism

100%

Republican

50%

Socialist

42%

Green

33%

Communism

25%

Democrat

0%

Nazi

0%

Fascism

0%

What Political Party Do Your Beliefs Put You In?
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Fri, Jan. 14th, 2005, 01:20 am
xdeadseriousx: Michael More takes trip to South east asia

America Caused tsunami
When I first heard about this I thought "HA, how and why would we cause a tsunami in south east asia?"

Then I found proof that it is americas fault
The disturbing reality that we are responsible.Collapse )

Thu, Jan. 13th, 2005, 01:57 am
xdeadseriousx: (no subject)

Global Warming Caused Tsunami
Among other things that global warming is responsible for is the record amount of snow here in the Sierras, the deaths of millions of endangered species, these saltine crackers sitting here on my desk, and Brad Pit and Jennifer Anistan breaking up.


Long hair 'steals the brain's energy'

Does anyone see a resemblance between the DPRK media and the liberal media's scientific studies? Take the above news article for example.

Torture? Not if cheerleaders do it, lawyer claims
Generally I hate lawyers, but this guy is ok with me, at a dry dinner party anway. I wonder who the prisoners were trying to build up spirit for, certainly not the cowboys.

Congress passes `doomsday' plan
The article says that it was pushed by the republicans and quotes a democrat against it. Is there some future event, that's going to wipe out all the liberals, that we don't know about? Please God

Thu, Jan. 13th, 2005, 01:57 am
xdeadseriousx: (no subject)

This is a Yeah That's Right!!! exclusive. Michael Moore (seen below left, accepting the award for favorite movie, for his work on 'Fahrenheit 9/11', at the 31st Annual People's Choice Awards, Sunday, Jan. 9, 2005, in Pasadena, Calif.) and wife (below right) have had their first baby boy! At the very bottom you can see an artist's rendition of baby Pooter.

Michael and his wife have yet to let any pictures be taken of their new pride and joy stating that "(they) need some time to rest and get used to the addition to the family."

Hospital staff say baby Pooter takes after mom and dad, having eaten the hospitals surplus of lard, and causing an emergency transport to bring in extra buckets for the baby.

Doctor Jones, who delivered the baby, says that even though the the baby takes after mom and dad, it has an odd resemblance to Rosie "Rhinoceros" O'Donnel.

Interestingly, it was about 9 months ago that rumors surfaced on internet blogs that Mrs. Moore and Mr(s) O'Donnel had a one night stand after attending a party where they talked about women's feelings over glasses of wine.

No matter who the father is. baby Pooter is a welcomed addition to the Moore household, and the hollywood liberal elite.





Yeah, I'm bored.

Thu, Jan. 13th, 2005, 01:36 am
xdeadseriousx: (no subject)

UN tells donors to speed up delivery on tsunami aid pledgesmoney for hookers, beer, and nice suits.
Donor nations must speed up delivery of money for the Asian prostitutes and little boys, alcohol, and armani suits or face public shame if they fail to live up to their promises, a top UN official told a key conference.

Did Kofi and friends already spend they oil for food money? How do you spend that much money that fast?
If they don't send the money fast enough they will be ridiculed in front of everyone by Jan Egeland, who will bend each donor nation's leaders over his knee and give them a spanking. "and a thpanking for you, and a thpanking for you, oooo come here thweden gotta thpank that thexy white ath"

Sat, Jan. 8th, 2005, 02:44 am
xdeadseriousx: (no subject)

We often hear the claim that our nation is a democracy. That wasn't the vision of the founders. They saw democracy as another form of tyranny. If we've become a democracy, I guarantee you that the founders would be deeply disappointed by our betrayal of their vision. The founders intended, and laid out the ground rules, for our nation to be a republic.

The word democracy appears nowhere in the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution – two most fundamental documents of our nation. Instead of a democracy, the Constitution's Article IV, Section 4, guarantees "to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government." Moreover, let's ask ourselves: Does our pledge of allegiance to the flag say to "the democracy for which it stands," or does it say to "the republic for which it stands"? Or do we sing "The Battle Hymn of the Democracy" or "The Battle Hymn of the Republic"?


So what's the difference between republican and democratic forms of government? John Adams captured the essence of the difference when he said, "You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe." Nothing in our Constitution suggests that government is a grantor of rights. Instead, government is a protector of rights.

In recognition that it's Congress that poses the greatest threat to our liberties, the framers used negative phrases against Congress throughout the Constitution such as: shall not abridge, infringe, deny, disparage, and shall not be violated, nor be denied. In a republican form of government, there is rule of law. All citizens, including government officials, are accountable to the same laws. Government power is limited and decentralized through a system of checks and balances. Government intervenes in civil society to protect its citizens against force and fraud but does not intervene in the cases of peaceable, voluntary exchange.

Contrast the framers' vision of a republic with that of a democracy. In a democracy, the majority rules either directly or through its elected representatives. As in a monarchy, the law is whatever the government determines it to be. Laws do not represent reason. They represent power. The restraint is upon the individual instead of government. Unlike that envisioned under a republican form of government, rights are seen as privileges and permissions that are granted by government and can be rescinded by government.

How about a few quotations demonstrating the disdain our founders held for democracy?



James Madison, Federalist Paper No. 10: In a pure democracy, "there is nothing to check the inducement to sacrifice the weaker party or the obnoxious individual."

At the 1787 Constitutional Convention, Edmund Randolph said, " ... that in tracing these evils to their origin every man had found it in the turbulence and follies of democracy."

John Adams said, "Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There was never a democracy yet that did not commit suicide."

Chief Justice John Marshall observed, "Between a balanced republic and a democracy, the difference is like that between order and chaos."

In a word or two, the founders knew that a democracy would lead to the same kind of tyranny the colonies suffered under King George III.

The framers gave us a Constitution that is replete with undemocratic mechanisms. One that has come in for recent criticism and calls for its elimination is the Electoral College. In their wisdom, the framers gave us the Electoral College so that in presidential elections large, heavily populated states couldn't democratically run roughshod over small, sparsely populated states.

Here's my question: Do Americans share the republican values laid out by our founders, and is it simply a matter of our being unschooled about the differences between a republic and a democracy? Or is it a matter of preference and we now want the kind of tyranny feared by the founders where Congress can do anything it can muster a majority vote to do? I fear it's the latter.

Tue, Dec. 28th, 2004, 05:42 pm
xdeadseriousx: (no subject)

'Stingy' US offers $ 15 million 'initial' aid
Jan England, a UN official, has called the US stingy for not giving enough money to help with aid to Asia. Well Mr. England, how much have YOU given to help? I'm willing to guess absolutly NOTHING!!

Powell Pledges More Wave Aid, Saying U.S. Is Not Stingy
What a pussy! Bending over to European criticism like that. Who cares what those fag pansies think of our niggardly contribution. The government has already given too much money in aid as it is. How 'bout the government gives that 30 million back to it's citizens and let them contribute themselves. Private organizations in this country give more than our government and any other government does anyways.

Tue, Dec. 28th, 2004, 12:59 am
xdeadseriousx: The Real News Out Of Iraq

Did you know that the overwhelming number of Shiites and Kurds support America's efforts to bring Democracy to Iraq in the form of elections this month?

Did you know that Shiites make up 60% of Iraq?

Did you know that Kurds make up 20% of Iraq?

Did you know that the Sunnis, who have been dictators over Iraq, only make up 20% of the population — and many of them support the vote in January?

Did you know that the overwhelming majority of Iraqis support the US-backed elections in January?

Did you know that the most powerful Shiite leaders in Iraq are telling their followers that participating in the American-led elections is a religious duty on par with fasting?

Did you know that the Kurds in the north fought alongside, and often in front of US troops?

Did you know that the overwhelming majority of soldiers and marines fighting in Iraq support the President's handling of the war?

Did you know that the overwhelming majority of troops in Iraq believe this war is a noble cause?

You don't know any of these facts if you get your information from the mainstream press. For whatever reason, these powerful media outlets spend a disproportionate amount of time reporting on the treachery of terrorists instead of the work of those building the first democratic Arab state in Middle East history.

Former U.S. House Speaker Sam Rayburn once said that any jackass can kick down a barn. It takes a carpenter to build one.

Sadly, American media remains fixated on the jackass angle of this remarkably important story. It seems freedom doesn't sell newspapers.

Mon, Dec. 6th, 2004, 11:18 am
xdeadseriousx: Word Police

Oh boy, the first post in here, and I think I'm going to start it off with the Word Police.

This year's most offensive words are out! Selected by a small minority group of bleeding heart "progressives," (who decide what offends people even if it doesn't offend them) these terrible words inflict pain and anguish in the .000000000001% of people who have to hear them. Fortunatly though, they have chosen words that are more neautral, and can be used in place of bigoted words like the always hateful "waitor" *GASP!*

Here's this year's list, I suggest you all look it over good, and remember it so you don't get lynched by the intellectually superior left.

'Master/slave' Most Politically Incorrect Phrase

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