Monosyllabic Pedantry

Monday, December 05, 2005

Georgia's other Embarassment

That pinhead, Jimmy Carter, took another chance to slam America, undermine the war effort, endanger our soldiers' lives, and prove once again that he's a naive doofus that would have never been elected President if it wasn't for the voters being pissed at republicans, and especially Ford for pardoning Nixon.

He spouts off in the LA Times, a rag that's left wing enough to publish his crap:


IN RECENT YEARS, I have become increasingly concerned by a host of radical government policies that now threaten many basic principles espoused by all previous administrations, Democratic and Republican.

These include the rudimentary American commitment to peace, economic and social justice, civil liberties, our environment and human rights.

By Peace, I mean surrender. By economic and social justice, I mean collevctivism.

Also endangered are our historic commitments to providing citizens with truthful information, treating dissenting voices and beliefs with respect, state and local autonomy and fiscal responsibility.

You mean like on college campuses? Does fiscal responsibilty include socialized medicine? How about welfare for illegal immigrants?

At the same time, our political leaders have declared independence from the restraints of international organizations and have disavowed long-standing global agreements — including agreements on nuclear arms, control of biological weapons and the international system of justice.

Classic idiot Jimmah. Let's let the UN run the world. They're doing such a good job.

Instead of our tradition of espousing peace as a national priority unless our security is directly threatened, we have proclaimed a policy of "preemptive war," an unabridged right to attack other nations unilaterally to change an unsavory regime or for other purposes. When there are serious differences with other nations, we brand them as international pariahs and refuse to permit direct discussions to resolve disputes.

There's a war on islamic terrorism going on Jimmah. Surely you've seen it; it's been in all the papers. We dove into it after 3000 of our people were killed.
As far as Iraq, Saddam had tons of connections to terrorists, including funding them, harboring them, and training them. He violated the ceasefire agreement. He had chemical and bio weapons, and he was trying to get his nuclear program going. We should have invaded back in the 90's, but Clinton didn't want to take any chances on his legacy or be real leader of any kind.
As far as this preemptive crap, Germany never attacked us in 1941. Why were we in Europe?

Regardless of the costs, there are determined efforts by top U.S. leaders to exert American imperial dominance throughout the world.

Crap. Imperialism means we take over another country. We aren't doing that. You know it, which means you are saying this to hurt America, you peanut-munching piece of shit.

These revolutionary policies have been orchestrated by those who believe that our nation's tremendous power and influence should not be internationally constrained. Even with our troops involved in combat and America facing the threat of additional terrorist attacks, our declaration of "You are either with us or against us!" has replaced the forming of alliances based on a clear comprehension of mutual interests, including the threat of terrorism.

Unlike Jimmah, who thinks the UN should run our country.

Another disturbing realization is that, unlike during other times of national crisis, the burden of conflict is now concentrated exclusively on the few heroic men and women sent back repeatedly to fight in the quagmire of Iraq. The rest of our nation has not been asked to make any sacrifice, and every effort has been made to conceal or minimize public awareness of casualties.

Quagmire huh? We didn't win a major battle for the first two years of WWII. We've liberated a country of millions, who've just held the first democratic elections in middle east history. Jackass.

Instead of cherishing our role as the great champion of human rights, we now find civil liberties and personal privacy grossly violated under some extreme provisions of the Patriot Act.

Have you read the Patriot Act, moron?

Of even greater concern is that the U.S. has repudiated the Geneva accords and espoused the use of torture in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay, and secretly through proxy regimes elsewhere with the so-called extraordinary rendition program. It is embarrassing to see the president and vice president insisting that the CIA should be free to perpetrate "cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment" on people in U.S. custody.

Personally, I say bring on the torture. The more, the merrier. As far as your quote, did the president and vice president really say that? I would have thought that quote would have made the news. Or are you chopping together what they said, with the talking points from moveon.org? Wouldn't that level of misdirection qualify as lying?

Instead of reducing America's reliance on nuclear weapons and their further proliferation, we have insisted on our right (and that of others) to retain our arsenals, expand them, and therefore abrogate or derogate almost all nuclear arms control agreements negotiated during the last 50 years. We have now become a prime culprit in global nuclear proliferation. America also has abandoned the prohibition of "first use" of nuclear weapons against nonnuclear nations, and is contemplating the previously condemned deployment of weapons in space.

Let's just give everybody equal nukes and trust them, right? Just like we trusted that the Iranians were reasonable people during your clusterfuck of a presidency. Let's ignore the nightly broadcasts about Death to America. They don't really mean it.

Protection of the environment has fallen by the wayside because of government subservience to political pressure from the oil industry and other powerful lobbying groups. The last five years have brought continued lowering of pollution standards at home and almost universal condemnation of our nation's global environmental policies.

The only reduction has been because Clinton, the second worst president in history (guess who takes the prize for first) enacted a bunch of ridiculous environmental policies by executive order, on the last night he was in the White House. Those stupid laws, like the one on mercury, were impossible to uphold. Billy probably passed them, knowing this, just to fuck with Bush.

Our government has abandoned fiscal responsibility by unprecedented favors to the rich, while neglecting America's working families. Members of Congress have increased their own pay by $30,000 per year since freezing the minimum wage at $5.15 per hour (the lowest among industrialized nations).

I'm against the congressional pay raise and the ourageous spending too. Like free medicine for old people; the wealthist demographic in the country. As for the "favors", would that be tax cuts for the only people who pay taxes?
Why hasn't minumum wage been raised? Because we live in a fucking capitalist country, you commie fucktard. Besides, union wages are often based on a multiple of minimum wage. You raise minimum wage and government, as well as a ton of other, union workers make even higher undeserved money.

As the world's only superpower, America should be seen as the unswerving champion of peace, freedom and human rights. Our country should be the focal point around which other nations can gather to combat threats to international security and to enhance the quality of our common environment. We should be in the forefront of providing human assistance to people in need.

Jimmah's definition for peace means subjugation by anyone with a slingshot.

It is time for the deep and disturbing political divisions within our country to be substantially healed, with Americans united in a common commitment to revive and nourish the historic political and moral values that we have espoused during the last 230 years.

Yeah, try reading some of that history.

God, I can't believe he got elected. What a bunch of acid-dropping morons were voting in 1976.

6 Comments:

  • You mean like on college campuses?

    Can I just point out that if some people weren't so hell-bent on making all the money they could, they could also choose to teach and thus have their points of view represented on college campuses?

    But instead I see that you're more than willing to advocate that individuals with their own points of view be forced to give equal time to points of view they disagree with because y'all are too greedy to go into academia.

    So, let me see if I have this straight--you're only for strong individuals when those strong individuals are just like you?

    By Blogger Aunt B, at 5:03 AM  

  • I'm amazed at your ability to start off with an incorrect statement, then use it to buttress a quote that I didn't say and draw a conclusion that I didn't make.

    Mind boggling.

    As for college campuses, there are hundreds, if not thousands of specific examples of oppresion of any but left wing viewpoints. It's not that less-commie people are choosing to leave the campuses as festering pools of commie-thought, they are being squashed out, either overtly or subtly.

    By Blogger Exador, at 10:09 AM  

  • It's just a talent I have. As a rhetorical strategy, it's pretty effective, until the person you're arguing with figures out what you're doing. I probably missed my calling as a Washington spin-meister.

    Anyway, back to the larger question I had--you realize that you're smarter than almost everyone on the planet, right? And probably more ambitious? So, how exactly does Carter undermine the war effort and endanger our soldiers' lives? I haven't heard reports of widespread taunting by Iraqi insurgents of our soldiers through the use of Carter's speeches. But maybe I'm just not watching Fox News at the right times.

    What I'm saying is that there isn't probably anyone like you on the insurgents' side, doing all this work to find materials that can upset people's notions of what the U.S. stands for. I think it's charming that you think most people are like you, but I just don't think that's the case.

    By Blogger Aunt B, at 11:11 AM  

  • Nice try, silver tongued succubus.

    Yes, your average terrorist is not smarter than my dog; however, the terrorist leaders and leaders of many arab countries know the value of propaganda. They scan the various news agencies and cherrypick what they need to announce to the myrmidons at friday night prayer.

    Our soldiers in the field watch CNN online and read that. How do you think that affects their morale.

    The moonbat left, which is on the side of the terrorists, cherrypicks the news as well. They repeat it to embolden their ranks and demoralize their opponents.

    By Blogger Exador, at 2:05 PM  

  • Well, I imagine many of our soldiers are just like you and say to themselves "God, I can't believe he got elected. What a bunch of acid-dropping morons were voting in 1976."

    Unless you're implying that you and the mullahs are smarter than folks in the armed forces?

    "Silver-tongued succubus." I'd like to have that on a t-shirt.

    By Blogger Aunt B, at 2:48 PM  

  • "I imagine many of our soldiers are just like you and say to themselves "God, I can't believe he got elected. What a bunch of acid-dropping morons were voting in 1976."

    Thanks for four years of malaise, Mom and Dad!

    By Anonymous Sarcastro, at 9:43 AM  

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