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    Friday, March 24, 2006

    How the Fundamentalist Liars Spend OUR Tax Dollars 

    This is the time of year that many Americans are preparing to pay off those extortionists known as the tax collectors, or the Internal Revenue Service. As people fill out all those forms and cough up all that money, consider these items about how these tax dollars are being spent.

    The U.S. has spent billions of dollars installing what the embedded whore mainsteam media has passed off as a democracy in Afghanistan. Now a report has surfaced that an Afghani citizen named Abdul Rahman is facing the death penalty for violating the law in that supposed cradle of liberty. His heinous capital crime: he converted from Islam to Christianity.

    An AP story quotes an Islamic cleric named Abdul Raoulf, whom they identify as a “moderate”, as saying, “Rejecting Islam is insulting God. We will not allow God to be humiliated. This man must die.''

    He also is quoted as demanding, “Cut off his head! We will call on the people to pull him into pieces so there's nothing left.”

    And these are the anti-Taliban guys. What the U.S. has done is depose the anti-U.S. Islamic fundamentalist liars of the Taliban and install a pro-U.S. regime run by another set of Islamic fundamentalist liars.

    The evil totalitarian reach of the fundamentalist liars is by no means limited to places like Afghanistan, one of the most backwards countries on earth. The influence of the Christian fundamentalist liars is being particularly felt in places like Texas, and with the support of our tax dollars.

    I saw a Reuters report on the blog of my pal Paul Katcher reporting that Texas has started arresting people for being drunk - in bars. Now, Paul can be a very funny guy, but this report was dead serious.

    The article began, “Texas has begun sending undercover agents into bars to arrest drinkers for being drunk, a spokeswoman for the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission said on Wednesday.”

    This is merely another attempt by the corrupt Christian fundamentalist liars to try to restore Prohibition, and trample on the rights of the people.

    Maybe the voters in Texas will use the rights they still have left to kick out in the November elections the Bush-supported regime of governor Rick Perry and vote for the one truly independent candidate in that race, Kinky Friedman.

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    I'll try to post this without double posting it this time:

    I don't understand a few things about Kinky:

    If Kinky says he supported Ann Richards re-election campaign and opposed the Constitutional gay marriage amendment, how come his voting records reflect that he didn't vote in either election? In fact, what's up with the fact that Kinky has voted just once in the last 12 years, and that was when he voted for Bush/Cheney in 2004?

    When Kinky complains about "the Ten Commandments being taken out of the public schools" and says, "I want them back, they belong there." Kinky also says "I'll tell you right now. I'm for prayer in school," is talking about posting the Catholic, Jewish, or Protestant versions of the Ten Commandments in our classrooms?

    When asked about his position on women's rights, Kinky says "I'm not pro-life, and I'm not pro-choice. I'm pro-football!" Even CNN's reporter had to exclaim, "Now that's evasive, man, that's evasive." Why won't he tell the voters where he stands on this issue?

    To secure the Texas-Mexico border, Kinky proposes his "Five Mexican Generals plan" where he would divide the Texas-Mexico border into precincts, stationing a Mexican general in each precinct, and paying each general $1 million less a certain amount every time an illegal immigrant is captured and returned to Mexico. Does Kinky still think outsourcing our border security in light the blow up over to UAE Port scandal?

    Kinky says he would address the public education funding crisis letting "the corporate sector bid on funding athletics." What does Kinky expect our children to give these corporations in exchange for their high bids?
     
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    By Blogger StopKinky, at 1:15 PM  

    I'll try to post this without double posting it this time:

    I don't understand a few things about Kinky:

    If Kinky says he supported Ann Richards re-election campaign and opposed the Constitutional gay marriage amendment, how come his voting records reflect that he didn't vote in either election? In fact, what's up with the fact that Kinky has voted just once in the last 12 years, and that was when he voted for Bush/Cheney in 2004?

    When Kinky complains about "the Ten Commandments being taken out of the public schools" and says, "I want them back, they belong there." Kinky also says "I'll tell you right now. I'm for prayer in school," is talking about posting the Catholic, Jewish, or Protestant versions of the Ten Commandments in our classrooms?

    When asked about his position on women's rights, Kinky says "I'm not pro-life, and I'm not pro-choice. I'm pro-football!" Even CNN's reporter had to exclaim, "Now that's evasive, man, that's evasive." Why won't he tell the voters where he stands on this issue?

    To secure the Texas-Mexico border, Kinky proposes his "Five Mexican Generals plan" where he would divide the Texas-Mexico border into precincts, stationing a Mexican general in each precinct, and paying each general $1 million less a certain amount every time an illegal immigrant is captured and returned to Mexico. Does Kinky still think outsourcing our border security in light the blow up over to UAE Port scandal?

    Kinky says he would address the public education funding crisis letting "the corporate sector bid on funding athletics." What does Kinky expect our children to give these corporations in exchange for their high bids?

    By Blogger StopKinky, at 6:05 PM  

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