aunthippie: old hippies in tie dye (i hate our freedom)

The next person who critiques Obama (who has most certainly done things I disapprove of, yes) by saying that both candidates are exactly the same is getting a world-class bitchslap, I tell you what.
As a citizen with both a uterus and a daughter, I can say in no uncertain terms that only one candidate has even a modicum of respect for our rights, and that is an enormous and entirely unsubtle distinction. Don't insult me by pretending not to notice that in order to score cynicism points.

It's like claiming that eating a Twinkie and drinking Drano are exactly the same because they're both bad for you.
Obama will continue Bush-era policies that detain people illegally, barely dent the status quo of corporate power and greed, and cede points to a bunch of uncompromising asshats in the name of getting other shit done. Those are actions of a reasonable, thoughtful person who can't fix everything that is wrong.
Romney will disenfranchise you, gut regulation and the social safety net and turn the country over his bazillionaire cronies to rape and pillage every last dime- and then make you prove it was a forcible rape.

THESE ARE NOT TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN.

This is a decent yet flawed leader vs. a complete raving fucktard LOON.

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Raar

Mar. 31st, 2011 07:58 am
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I think 95% of internet arguments ought to end with this:
My time and lack of aggravation are more valuable to me than the maximum potential drop in your stupidity, so let me summarize- STFU.
... followed by a lovely walk outside.

Not quite pithy enough for a tshirt. Pity.

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aunthippie: A green vintage Mass license plate reading "NO SHRUBS" (no shrubs)
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-colonel27nov27,0,6096413,full.story

A Journey That Ended in Anguish
Col. Ted Westhusing, a military ethicist who volunteered to go to Iraq, was
upset by what he saw. His apparent suicide raises questions.

By T. Christian Miller, Times Staff Writer

"War is the hardest place to make moral judgments."
-Col. Ted Westhusing, Journal of Military Ethics

WASHINGTON One hot, dusty day in June, Col. Ted Westhusing was found dead in a trailer at a military base near the Baghdad airport, a single gunshot wound to the head.

The Army would conclude that he committed suicide with his service pistol. At the time, he was the highest-ranking officer to die in Iraq.

The Army closed its case. But the questions surrounding Westhusing's death continue.

I cannot support a msn [mission] that leads to corruption, human rights abuse and liars. I am sullied )

Muah!

May. 20th, 2003 12:23 pm
aunthippie: old hippies in tie dye (Default)
with all due credit to Jen...
So here's my evil idea of the day. We should make Resident Bush take the graduation tests he's advocating, in every state, and see how many he passes.
For every one he fails, we cut funding to one of *his* programs.
*bangs head against wall* I have got to stop reading the news.

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