Monday, October 30, 2006

Winning in Iraq

The big thing for Republicans now is to ask the question.... Do you want to win in Iraq? Its very clever. No American would every say "no I want to lose". The problem is they are much better at creating rhetorical questions than they are governing.

Why would anyone believe that Republicans would lead us to victory in Iraq when everything they have done has displayed their utter incompetence. Hell, they think we are winning.

Here are a few questions they should be answering.
1) Do you want our troops to sit in the middle of a civil war
2) How many of our troops have to die before you understand that your "strategy" is not working
3) How long do you think it will actually take for Democracy to take hold?
4) Have we been greeted as liberators yet?

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

A surprise visit

Doesn't it seem strange that every time a government official goes to Iraq, its a "surprise visit". Do a search on "surprise visit" and you will see thousands of articles about how Rice, Bush, Rumsfeld, or Chaney made a surprise visit. All of the articles try to spin the surprise as a gift to the troops to increase moral. What they should be saying is the place is so dangerous that we can not protect our officials over there with a pre-communicated visit.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Make sure your vote is counted

With the election less than a month away and with so much on the line in terms of the direction this country is headed, I can't help but think back to the folks in Ohio that had to wait in lines for literally 8 hours so they can vote. Many people could simply could not wait that long and were disenfranchise because the local authorities were "unprepared" for whatever reason.

Every year the Dems hire buses to take people to the polls.

Why don't they just get people to vote absentee? It quick, easy and can be done at your leisure over the course of a number of days.

Given the lack of security and political motivations of the people that make and maintain the voting machines here, here, and here. I think its time to go absentee.

If they are still concerned about votes being counted, drop the ballot in a mailbox from a wealthy neighborhood. Wealthy people always get their vote counted :)

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

More evidence of the Minstrel Mentality

Paul Scott was a fan of the minstrel show video. He has been speaking on the subject for quite a while now. He recently told me about something that the WWE is doing. It seems they are introducing a new fighting team called "Cryme Tyme". It's oh so funny how this new team robs a store and mugs a man to get ready for their matches.

When will this coonery end.

Check out the speed and endurance videos at the bottom of the screen

You guys really don't want to get Minister Paul Scott angry. He is going to get a drop squad together if you don't ease up on this bullshit :)

Sunday, October 08, 2006

The evolution of oppression

I just posted my latest video. Its called the evolution of oppression. The concept came to me while driving home one day. It describes the methods of oppression over time leading to todays hijacking of popular culture. It took a long time to put together, but I am very happy with it. It was much more fun making it than my last political movies because the song I used is actually one of my favorites of all time.

I got a lot of encouragement from my last video and I am hoping this one will be as well received. I expected about 40 hits for the last video and its still rolling along with more than 12 thousand. It's not as popular as most of the videos on youtube but my video actually asks you to think.