Wednesday, November 03, 2004

W wins,and I make a new friend.

I can sleep well again.
I’ve honestly been stressed about this election because I was scared to death of a Kerry victory. The aspect of having four Supreme Court justices picked by the most liberal president in American history scared the hell out of me. I’m a firm believer that nothing, and know body can stand too much change too quickly. Changes must be made slowly to allow for acclimation and I was deeply afraid that we might suffer radical change under liberal activist justices. Understand that most liberal issues, I’m not completely opposed too, but before we go and let a small panel of un-elected people serving lifetime appointments go and rewrite the laws of this land, I think we need to look at what has happened in this country. We no longer write our congressman or attend government meetings when we want something changed, no we now sue and take grievances that are not of any legal matter to a judge. A judge should never rule on anything for which there isn’t a law. Members of the judicial branch are there to interpret (I use this term loosely) the law so that the laws are not misconstrued. When a judge takes it upon themselves to ignore the law and make their judgemnts according to their own beliefs or rule on something for which no law exist, then our system of checks and balances has failed. Understand that much of the litigation that appears before the counts I agree with, however if there is no law to judge it by then it should not be there. So write a letter or email to an elected official, sign a petition, picket outside a government building, handcuff yourself to a tree, whatever, but quit asking judges to change the laws for you, the will of a few should never impose upon that of the masses.
So how stupid is too stupid?
I’ve now got yet another detractor, Pico. Pico attacks the spelling skills of a friend who is linked to me, while exercising poor alliteration, sentence structure, and punctuation. Worst of all he dragged me into it. Now to no surprise this is a Democrat who has taken the time out of their life to do a now lengthy expose on Sebas’ exploits in the bloger community. Well while I hate to be petty, I must now take a few comments from this child of two prime candidates for sterilization’s blog and analyze them.
From
[--raw muses & codfish II--]
---not that i thought that kerry would make great changes, or last a second term; the senate and house would stonewall him in the same way they stonewalled president clinton. it's okay to have opposition; we're not all the same in this country. but it is not okay to have an activist president….. looking at the red states and the blue states, i can't get past the fact that all the attractive targets are voting blue, democratic. those diverse metropolitan areas? blue. except for texas, and florida. we're the people who should be afraid…..for the guy who will likely write a moronic comment (wait for this one, folks, it'll be funny), i am not a "kerry-style pseudo intellectual whiner." i am my own whiner…..whichever. this is barely a political blog. but i live in an actual threat zone and i don't want more people trying to come up with ingenious ways to blow me up.
Ok now what is wrong with this?
1) “it is not okay to have an activist president” I agree, so what is Kerry?
2) “we're the people who should be afraid”, “i live in an actual threat zone and i don't want more people trying to come up with ingenious ways to blow me up.” Ok if you read Pico’s
profile you will find that he lives in the diverse metropolis area of Queens, NY. If you’ve ever been to the Big Apple you’ll know that anyone looking to attack this country would leave Queens for spite.
3) “i am not a "kerry-style pseudo intellectual whiner." i am my own whiner” Ok, but maybe your kind of whiner is a "kerry-style pseudo intellectual whiner". Just something to think about.
Please use the links above and read over this guys blog. You can just see him sitting at home on Saturday night in a Transformers shirt, talking to a Darth Vader action figure, hugging his cat, and thinking of nicknames for imaginary friends to talk about on his blog.
MOMENT OF CLARITY: There is none for this lost soul.
WORD OF THE DAY: fool
Pronunciation: 'fül Function: noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old French fol, from Late Latin follis, from Latin, bellows, bag; akin to Old High German bolla blister, balg bag -- more at BELLY 1 : a person lacking in judgment or prudence 2 a : a retainer formerly kept in great households to provide casual entertainment and commonly dressed in motley with cap, bells, and bauble b : one who is victimized or made to appear foolish : DUPE 3 a : a harmlessly deranged person or one lacking in common powers of understanding b : one with a marked propensity or fondness for something 4 : a cold dessert of pureed fruit mixed with whipped cream or custard


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