Friday, November 19, 2010

Thanksgiving: Time For Athiests And Libs To Kick Off Their Anti-Christ In Christmas Campaign

Tony Phyrillis reminded me

It is that jolly time of year when the wackjobs start bitching about how un-American it is to have Christmas displays displayed at Christmas, especially on government land. Government land that is owned by the people of the United States. It offends their nuanced sensibilities. Awwww.

Now, they want to use race as a reason to not put up anything religious for the vast majority of people who celebrate Christmas to enjoy.

 How to p*ss off atheists

Chester County Commissioners Carol Aichele and Terence Farrell made the right decision by ending the annual dispute between a fringe group of atheists and the majority of county residents over what kind of holiday display should be placed at the Historic Chester County Courthouse.

The use of the race card against Farrell shows how desperate the atheists get when they lose the argument.

The majority must be stopped from terrorizing the minority be allowing the minority to terrorize the majority. All over a baby Jesus.

Republicans Helping Republicans:

A little bird has told me that the Choose Your Chairman website is nothing more than a front for Maria Cino. The site purportedly is a poll to allow individuals to give their recommendation on who they think should be elected chairman of the RNC.

Is it any wonder that Maria Cino is far ahead of all other candidates? In fact  she has more votes than the next three candidates. Hmmmm. Just what Republicans need. More shenanigans. Then we can be just like Democrats.

PRIORITY: First Lady Michelle To Put 5,000 Salad Bars In Schools Across The Nation!

I would have demanded that we spend money on this years ago if I had known the groundswell of salad bar support amongst the great unwashed in America.

White House to put up to 5,000 salad bars in schools

But schools also are deterred by USDA regulations that require students to pass by a cash register or "point of sale" station after they have been to the salad bar to ensure that they have served themselves the correct portions of fruits and vegetables required under the federal lunch program. In October, the USDA's Food and Nutrition Services division, which oversees the subsidized meal program, circulated a memo saying that while it encourages the use of salad bars in schools, school menu planners must tell students the minimum amounts they must take from salad bars, cashiers "must be trained to judge accurately the quantities of self-service items," and point-of-sale registers "must be stationed after the salad bar."

I'm assuming here that our incredibly caring government will use TSA to ensure students serve themselves an accurate quantity of self-service items. This is to prevent too many students from overdosing on radishes and arugula.

Of course, TSA officials will be stationed to do super pat downs on any students with too much cucumber trying to sneak past cashiers.

Is our regime government great or what! I'm gonna call the government because I got a boo-boo because I wasn't careful. I sure hope thay can help me with my bad.

16 Of The Dumbest Things Americans Believe And The Vicious Lies Harming America!

16 of the Dumbest Things Americans Believe -- And the Right-Wing Lies Behind Them

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Polling data during and after last week’s midterm elections suggested that many Americans genuinely believe President Obama has raised their taxes.
Yes, people do believe this and should. When a government enacts changes that incur and enforce higher costs to individuals, that is a tax.

They flat out don’t think the world is getting warmer--despite the evidence outside their windows.

Yes, but scientists disagree on this subject and as more people find out how previous science was made to fit the conclusion made prior to the science then people doubt it more. Then there are the findings that the earth is cooling, but that is fact that one can’t see outside their window?

The new Congress will probably try to restore millions of dollars of funding for scientifically inaccurate, largely disastrous abstinence-only curriculum in schools, many of which have been shown to spread lies like "condoms don't work" and "abortion causes cancer."

“probably”. “condoms don’t work”. Yeah, saying it probably makes it so and every kid that has thought about condoms has also known about the probabilities of failure. Dumb kids.

News outlets picked up a wildly inflated and completely outlandish claim from an Indian blog that Obama’s trip abroad cost $200 million a day--and listeners have swallowed it.

Actually, many news outlets and tens of thousands of writers across the Net shot this down pretty damned quick, but this is just another example of right wing lunatics that are so dumb they did research and found it not true. (Hint, your back up here could be RACISM!, because the VRWC nuts disbelieved people of color in the Indian press. Think about it. It’s a natural for you)

Nearly one-fifth of Americans think Obama is a Muslim. Thanks, Fox news, for acting like this was a matter of opinion, not fact.

Nearly one-hundredth of Americans might think you’re smart enough to believe and that is a matter of opinion, not fact.

25 percent of Americans don’t believe in Darwin’s theory of evolution while less than 40 percent do.

Come on a say it outright, Faith is stupid and VRWC nutters are so stupid as to believe in the Bible. Most of those 40 percent who do believe are products of public school opinions and that’s a fact. Also, of that 40 percent, what is the factual number that accounts for those that actually understand what a theory is or the science behind the theory of evolution?

Earlier this year, nearly 40 percent of Americans still believed the Sarah Palin-supported lie about "death panels" being included in health care reform.

Earlier this year Americans were hearing experts speak of rationed care and that the Obama Administration official in charge of health care reform had lectured repeatedly on this subject. Are these ‘death panels”? "Death Panels"?, those really dumb Americans just have to jump to a conclusion that being denied coverage would mean death for some, but you’re right, there won’t be any “death panel” listed in any government run health care program.

As of just a few years ago, about half of Americans still suspected a connection between Saddam Hussein and the attacks of September 11, a lie that was reinforced by none other than Dick Cheney.

Yep, stupid Americans did think that terrorists, despots and Islamofascists were connected or at least on the same team worldwide. That’s as stupid as the almost unanimous Congress that believed (and voted) that Hussein had WMDs. Boy, the Democrat leadership is just as dumb as the Republican leadership. Throw them all out. Today. Now!

A majority of “young Americans” cannot identify Iraq or Afghanistan--the places their peers are fighting and dying--on a map.

Sure enough you’re right again and it’s all those dumb Americans that demand that the education of children in government run schools return to educating our children, but that would take money away from teaching nuance instead of fact, eh?

Two out of five Americans, despite the whole separation of church and state being a foundation of our democracy thing, think teachers should be able to lead prayer in classrooms. So it seems those right-wingers clamoring to tear down the wall between church and state aren’t the only ones who don’t know their constitutional principles.

Whoa, this is despicable when our American dumb and dumber class believe that it was a liberal SCOTUS which decided to use a line out of a Jefferson letter to be Constitutional. Maybe SCOTUS should take a few more lines out of other letters, say from Lincoln, that all African Americans should be sent back to Africa and make them part of the Constitutional. Say Liberia?

Many Americans still believe in witchcraft, ESP and other supernatural phenomena.

Yep, they do. Many Americans believe in other supernatural phenomena like Socialism and Communism. Those nuts actually believe those forms of government work and they have millions of dead deniers to prove how just those systems are. Dumb Americans.

Speaking of antiquated religious beliefs, about a decade ago, 20 percent of Americans still believed that the sun revolves around the earth. That's just sad, considering that even the Vatican has let Galileo off the hook for being right.

How dumb can we get!! The same poll shows that one-third of the under 30 year old crowd knew we won our independence from England. Stupid kids. They should sue their teachers because those teachers are part of this whole dumb and dumber problem and the teachers should sue the universities and the government that funds them for not adequately educating them. This dumb and dumber problem seems to be going all the way to the top! Good for the two out three crowd that didn't waste time actually thinking about England and our stupid revolution. They would have been called Tories and would've gone to schools such as Harvard to take part in the first anti-war protests which allowed them to become anti-stupid Atheist ministers.

Only about half of Americans realize that Judaism is the oldest of the three monotheistic religions. Other examples of wild misunderstanding about religion and the separation of church and state can be found in this fall’s Pew survey on Americans’ religious knowledge.

What!!!?? You mean to tell us that about half of Americans are still wasting their time thinking about antiquated and stupid things like religion? Mix that with the wild misunderstanding that some Americans actually believe that the Wall of Separation clause is in the Constitution and you can just see how much time these stupid Americans are wasting on stupid religions. Boy, I’m getting pissed now!

This one made a huge splash when it appeared. In 2006 more Americans were able to name two of the “seven dwarves” than two of the Supreme Court justices. And that was before Kagan and Sotomayor showed up. To be fair, Happy and Sleepy are easy to remember.

Yeah, and in the same poll six out ten Americans could name Bart as Homer’s son from The Simpsons, but only two in ten knew Homer and could name his works!!!! This is actually a good thing. It shows how smart Americans actually are! To think educators would actually waste precious time teaching about dead white guys who everybody knows are the root problem to all our ills as a society! You go guys, you smart Americans. You eight in ten should search out and crush those 2 who waste our time learning about our history because those 2 might just be closet religious nuts. Just sayin….

More Americans can identify the Three Stooges than the three branches of government--you know, the ones who are jockeying over our welfare.

You’re packing the bench with this one. It’s in the same poll about Homer’s son Bart, but I can see the important linkage and it allows you to make an impression of more polls supporting just how dumb Americans are. If enough Americans know about the three branches of government they may know about the dead white guys which gave us our unique system of government which will automatically allow dumb Americans to make that final leap from freedom, balance of power and philosophy to religion! Whew, we barely side stepped that puddle of stupidity.

Blaming Americans for being ignorant unwashed masses--or taking potshots at an education system that doesn’t teach critical thinking-- would be the easy answer to this conundrum.

Yes, it would be! Making such an easy answer to America’s problems that Americans are ignorant, dumb and stupid would be wrong! Especially when the evidence is just outside your window!

Oh, and Wilson was rude, but right on that whole illegal immigrants get health benefits thing, but too many dumb Americans actually believe facts and that is just plain stupid ain’t it?