Friday, January 21, 2005

The Day After Yesterday

"Isn't that today?" One of the most fantastic lines in the movie, "Sideways" which everyone should see. Its so... easy. Its complicated, thought-provoking yet easy. One of the better pictures of the year. I'm sure someone will complain that it's too slow, but it grows on you. Or at least it should.

Yesterday was Mr. Bush's Inauguartion and call me pessimistic but this fuckin' sucks. I can't even begin to describe it. First John "I lost my balls in Vietnam" Kerry doesn't have a clear message and then for that, we get Bush. How many times can I blame the midwest? Let's see...

OK. When they have the primraries they start in a little ass place called: New Hampshire. Now, I've never been but I hear its wonderful. All 12 of the people that live there agree. But then they move to IOWA and from IOWA, Kerry got enough "momentum" and became the favorite. Like rednecks to a sleep with your sister contest the rest of the states followed suit and voted for Kerry. Their reason: He has the most chance of winning.
Proves once again: Blue states are educated. Red states are well, like a one-legged man in an ass kicking contest. At first, quite funny but after awhile, when you've sat there and watched for three days straight, you realize they really are bad for soceity.

Bill Maher said it best: "They said Howard Dean was a loose cannon but compared to Kerry, at least he had a cannon." And thats what it comes down to. Bush, though I had to say it, ran a better campaign. Granted it was built on lies, fear, paranoia and good ol' fashion values but he somehow made Kerry who took shrapnel in his ass look like a pussy. That's impressive. It's the sexual equivalent to making Wilt Chamberlain out to be a bad closer. You know he isn't, you know Wilt sealed the deal many times, but Bush and Mr. Karl Rove could have convinced the public otherwise.

Mr. Bush (i will never call him President) is everything that is wrong in this world and in the United States. This election was not for or against terrorism, it was not for or against Iraq. It was against progress. Those who believe that we are "great" the way we are and should not progress in the modern world voted for Bush. Those who believed that the USA needs to become something else, maybe progressive in its ideals voted for Kerry (and Nader, all 29 of you). Maybe I'm wrong but that's how I see it. It's a shame because "we" had a real chance but ultimately failed.

It makes me think of one question: Did the 60's fail us twice? More on this another time.

Mr. Bush will now use his 52-48% victory as a mandate to tell the World what he thinks it should be. Why doesn't he just come out and say: "Jesus is coming, look busy. I know I am." I would have more respect for him if he came out and said: "Hello. FUCK YOU ALL. Jesus and I are friends and he told me all of you are going to Hell. I could put a good word in for ya, just donate here." Wouldn't that be the greatest press conference? I would watch that on CNN, probably tivo it cos it's brilliant.

But after yesterday, mentioning the words: free, freedom and liberty 49 times it makes me think that he actually doesn't know the meaning of these words. LIke Mike Tyson getting educated in prison, W was educated in the backwoods of Texas. It's all the same shit. Only difference is, W didn't get fucked up the ass. Well, maybe he did. Its amazing what people will do for cocaine.

A jew would end up in a bathroom stall with Hilter at 4am on a Tuesday if he was on an 8-ball binge. So... maybe W did suck a dick and that's why his lips are like that. I never really looked but as I'm thinking about this... take a look. I think I might be right. Maybe that's why he's so anti-gay... he needed it became what's his name in "Boyz In Tha Hood" and hated himself ever since? Hey, its a theory. Fuck off, if he could guess there are WMD's in Iraq, I could guess that he sucked a cock or two for some good cocaine.

But not losing track of what the point is: The next four years are going to be the darkest in our nation's history. Do I blame all of it on W? No way. What about the other states that voted in this hard-line "Spongebob SquarePants is gay" Republicants? First of all with SSP, he's not gay. What's Elaine's favorite method of birth control. Bob knows what he's doing.

The Republicants (kinda sounds like they're from BLADE RUNNER huh?) are sometimes quite funny. They are the serious side of the BlueCollar Comedy Tour. I don't want to make this an anti-redneck rant but somehow it always makes it that way. I just don't understand it and maybe I need to. Why do people care so much about other people? As long as you don't hurt me, my family or friends, then why should I care what it is you do? Why should my beliefs intrude on you? But the American people have a funny way of thinking what is and what is not their business.

What is worse in all of this is someone who I had respect for: Nancy Pelosi of California. She is now trying to move the party more to the right. You don't need to do that Nancy. You need not make EVERYONE the same, isn't that Communism. Shh... dirty word.
What we need is an infusion of young people in the Democratic party. A burst of energy, the same energy Kerry showed when he left Vietnam. The energy is there it's just been marginalized and moved to the Green Party.

I could go on and on forever it seems on what I think and feel towards W. I will give him one thing. He is one stubborn son of a bitch. And maybe that works. Maybe Bill Clinton was right:
"The American people would rather have a President who was strong and wrong, then right and weak."

I leave you with that...

2 Comments:

Blogger Bicyclemark said...

Dude. Its a blog and not an article or a conference paper. You write too damn much for me.

January 22, 2005 at 11:43 AM  
Blogger BlondebutBright said...

Hey, dude! Be careful when you blame the Midwest...don't forget, Minnesota and Wisconsin (the two I've resided in) were BLUE, baby!

January 22, 2005 at 2:12 PM  

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