Sunday, October 08, 2006

What We Really Should Be Paying Attention To

Yes, it's been highly revealing and instructive to see the depths of Republican perversion, moral bankruptcy, corruption, and hypocrisy in regard to the Foley matter. But let's not forget the larger issue this year: Republican lies about Iraq, Republican ineptitude in handling Iraq, and the terrible losses that have been incurred because of these lies and incompetence. A brief summary:

--More than 2,700 American dead
--Approximately 21,000 American wounded
--Between 43,000 and 48,000 Iraqi dead

Not to mention the increasing brutality and savagery of the civil war that has engulfed Iraq because of the shocking, criminal bungling of Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and the various Neocon fanatics who have brought us to this catastrophic juncture.

Again, I confess my guilt: I got suckered by Colin Powell in February 2003. His UN presentation moved me to think, reluctantly, that this venture was actually a good idea. I despised Bush and his people, but I thought, "Well, these people are bastards, but no one would dare lie about something this crucial and this important." I was a fool. I can assure you I will never trust these smirking fools about anything ever again.
Now, the fanatics are demanding war against Syria. They want a massive strike against Iran. They are pulling out all the same BS lies and propaganda they used to push the Iraq catastrophe. And to all of it I say, "NO SALE." The Republicans have brought America to the brink of disaster. They must be removed from power for the sake of our nation's survival.
IRAQ IS THE NUMBER ONE ISSUE IN THIS ELECTION. We must never forget this. We must remind ourselves of it. And we must nail the Republicans with it. Corruption, yes, is bad. Republican depravity is indeed a national issue.
But tragically unnecessary blood and suffering trump everything.


Lance said...

...and then, with all that in mind, this article doesn't give me a whole lot of confidence:

Joseph said...

Well, it's a possibility that we need to be cognizant of.

Seven Star Hand said...

Hello again Joseph and all,

Don't look a gist horse in the mouth! This Foley fiasco has given people the chance to change the make-up of this government, which will ultimately lead to the end of the Bush-Cheney reign. It may not be pretty, but it is a gift, nonetheless. Don't waste this advantage and use it wisely to end the more pressing problems that face us all.

Want to better understand some of the desperation among top Christian politicos? Want to know what else they are pretending not to know about? Follow the links and read about who I am and what I have to say. Notice that my last name is Page? Think this "page" scandal is a mere coincidence? The timing and ramifications are much worse than most realize yet.

If Christian political leaders are going to go around attacking others for not living up to their professed values, it's a damn good idea to be truthful and actually walk the walk. Logs and motes in the eye, camels through the eye of a needle, glass houses, kettles and pots, and what goes around comes around, et al. Karma's a bitch when She finally decides enough is enough! This wouldn't have been so bad on Republicans if they hadn't been such arrogant hypocrites in order to corner the so-called values voters! Now the "Two Candlesticks" and "Two Witnesses" (Truth and Justice) are "breathing fire" and "raining hailstones!"

Christian Political Leadership, Hypocrisy, Duplicity, and Purposeful Evil

The current scandal involving Congressman Foley is merely the latest in an amazingly long list of blatant deception and duplicity by Republicans and the Christian Right in recent years. While bedeviling us all with their holier-than-thou pretenses, they consistently support and/or perform blatant greed and abominable evil. Never forget the extent of their arrogance over the last two decades and especially the last 6 years. It is beyond amazing that Christians continue to blindly support such obviously blatant scoundrels, even as they are repeatedly exposed going against the most basic of human values. The level of hypocrisy and duplicity boggles the mind. There is no longer any doubt, whatsoever, that Christianity is little more than a purposeful deception used by political and religious leaders to dupe, manipulate, and coerce entire populations into giving them wealth and power, which they always use for greed, injustice, and abominable evils.

The actions of Foley and those who covered up for him directly parallel the actions of scores of priests that have raped innocent children, preyed upon others for centuries, and had their actions hidden and abetted by the Vatican. Now, in eerie repetition of Vatican history, we have a power hungry Christian Emperor (GW) working closely with the Vatican and Judeo-Christian aristocrats to lead crusades in the so-called Holy Land. Furthermore, to leave little doubt about the reality of this assessment, the USA, as the new Holy Roman Empire, is about to legalize the torture it has perpetrated in recent years while steadily reversing many of the democratic and civil freedoms that people gained when the Vatican and royalty lost control of their European empire at the turn of the nineteenth century. Now we see them following the same old path of evil as they strive to cement the status of the USA as the latest proxy Vatican empire. Make no mistake about it, the new dark ages are looming on the horizon unless we do something proactive to prevent it.

Remember that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it!

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Joseph said...

If Bush is trying to establish any kind of theocracy, it is clearly a Protestant fundamentalist one, not one run by Catholics.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, "steven star hand", but that is the most ridiculous, confused nonsense I've ever read. Trust me, GW is not with the Vatican.