Wordless Wednesday

Posted in fun, Politics on March 30, 2010 – 11:15 pm
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So I know this is supposed to be “Wordless” Wednesday, but I feel the need to explain a little before I post this picture.  First, let me say that I”m a Conservative Pagan.  No, I’m not racist!  No, I don’t hate black people, Muslims, Hispanics, or anyone else (well except for my ex, but that’s different).  Yes, I go to Tea Party rallies.  Yes, I disagree STRONGLY with Obamacare, cap & trade, and a lot of the “Green” movement.  Now, that you’re hackles are all up, let me explain a little further about what I do believe in.

I’m pro-choice about everything.  I”m Libertarian, not republican.  Which means I think that the government should stay the hell out of our business, and just do what the constitution allows them to.  Period!  Although I would personally like to help every person who doesn’t have health care, or not enough health care, I can’t.  I don’t have that kind of money…. but nobody does, not even our Federal Government!  So to try and force everyone to pay more in taxes and more in insurance premiums to allow some people to get insurance, that’s just wrong.

Anyway, I’ll probably write more about being a Conservative Pagan later on.  Here’s the original information I found on this great site called S. Weasel.

Do you know, China is set to pass the US this year as the biggest emitter of carbon dioxide? I say, let’s get on board that campaign! For every blog displaying a colorful “my blog belches carbon” icon (small sidebar version here, pointlessly large version here), China will build another inefficient coal-fired electricity plant or smoke-belching industrial smokestack. Why, your humble blog could be responsible for spewing thousands of extra tons of carbon dioxide (along with unknown quantities of other, real pollutants) into the atmosphere every year!

Okay, not really, but it makes as much sense as that Green bullshit.

That’s funny stuff huh!


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