Friday, October 24, 2008
It would be great to see those who make 250,000 or more a year pay more taxes, --incrementally, --up the ladder to the elite mammon megastars. There should be a salary cap on elite fortunes just like there is a salary cap in baseball and football and other professional sports. The time for big fortunes is over. We need to cap births and their attendant compensation and offer much reduced indulgence for people who refuse to responsibly control births. The goal is Zero Population Growth. To make this work we have to get rid of the idea that increased population is the way that we take care of our elders--a Big Lie about the New Deal spread by Republicans.
We take care of our elders by refusing to have more children than two. In this way we avoid having the children competing for food with their elders. We really need to balance the population rather then continue to push the planet way beyond its carrying capacity. If we allow the elites to avoid these measures we will find our heirs and ourselves on the butcher block to be eaten as the only food left on the planet.
Cover the planet with condoms!
to influence the election results than to create riots at the polls..
by claiming that because one is a button wearing McCain supporter..
robbed and beaten at an ATM machine..by a liberal rat!
It's happened: one of the girls at Pootie's stopped banging
her head on the brass pole long enough to leave College Station, Texas to campaign for
Palin-McCain went too far as to fabricate a tale of ATM assault
for the benefit of John McCain. The bank tape tape denies it, she's changed her story 3 times
and even Michelle Malkin rejects it. (update, Ms. she wasn't even there!)
And/but on a different day a local TV announcer in Little Rock is bludgeoned in her
home because she appeared in a small role impersonating Ann Coulter
in the recent comic-biopic "W." and, the police claim she was just
"a victim of random violence"? UPDATE: Anne Pressly died a few days later.
What a f*ckin' country! It is still 1861 in western Pa. and Arkansas.