Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Tit for tat: a stimulating piece of fan mail!

Check out my fan mail, followed by my response! Let me know what you think.

----------------- Original Message TO KJ-----------------
From: Jen DeLand
Date: May 24, 2007 11:15 AM

obviously you are extremly ignornant or just plain one of the stupidist people in the usa. Do you even have a clue about anything w. the war w/ the news w/ the budget cuts that are hurting our kids because of bush. You really think all those kids in Columbine should have died why would you want all those kids dead in the most deadly high school shooting, why would you be against lowering gas prices, why would you be against tightening our boarders so aliens do get in why would you want to hurt millions of americans you are evil think before you speak weirdo


Wow, you have an amazing way with words. I agree that we need to tighten our borders and I am actively trying to do something about it, including speaking up for the wrongly imprisoned border agents and petitioning Bush, hopefully soon IN PERSON. I care about this country greatly! I also think we need to only use domestic oil while we develop other methods, because our dependance on the foreign oil that makes terrorists rich is killing our country, quite literally.

Columbine had nothing to do with Bush, and Michael Moore has used that tragic incident for his own personal gains. Angry boys who don't have their father's support in a real way will turn to the darkness that beckons them from all kinds of places: internet, violent video games, porn, sadistic movies, hateful writings, etc. We cannot underestimate the power of true evil in this world, and every one of us has the capability of doing that kind of damage. But most of us do not.
I believe the comment you are referring to was one I left on a someone's MySpace page and it was actually just a book title I picked up at Barnes and Noble. It was really fun to ask the sales clerk if she could find it. I just went in and said, "Do you have that book called Michael Moore is a...?" and she said loudly, "Michael Moore is a Big Fat Stupid White Man!" It was classic. Anyway, if you are truly openminded, you should read it. It's a little orange and green book with a lot to say. Remember that there are two sides to everything and a fair judge listens to both of them.

All the best to you in your research. And, in the future, at the very least, I encourage you to use spellcheck, as many people judge one's intelligence level by one's ability to write and speak well.



P.S. If you don't want to buy the book, I will send you my copy! I read it years ago.
Michael Moore Is A Big Fat Stupid White Man By David T. Hardy
Release date: By 29 June, 2004

Monday, May 14, 2007

My coma.

Yes folks, I was in a "virtual coma" since the day after Christmas. Fortunately, no one denied me food and water. I did not starve or dehydrate to death (those are my worst fears!) and I am back, feeling very much alive.

Of course, I have many things weighing on my mind as, I am sure, do you. I wake up pondering the future of our national sovereignty. I wonder which of the 20+ people running for president will be the one who succeeds in inking the deal on our betrayal. Perhaps that makes me a pessimist. Perhaps that makes me a conspiracy theorist. Perhaps that just makes me a realist. Regardless, I applaud those brave souls who are paying attention. I commend the leaders among us who are fearless enough to break ranks with the very powerful political establishments of our day. And I join those who are willing to issue the warning, "If you are not paying attention to what is happening in your country, you will lose your country." To which I'd like to add, "And you will deserve it." (insert evil laughter)

Yes, when and if I become a kids will get spankings when they are bad. And no, I won't ever move back to California. (Apparently you can't spank your kids there or the state will take them.)

All of this to say that the only presidential candidate I see who is brave enough to tell it like it is AND consistently stand up for the sovereignty of our country is Ron Paul. Tom Tancredo has some good thoughts on the subject, too. I guess I have a soft spot in my heart for the rogue Republicans who get barbecued by the Republican National Committee.

Just the other day, the RNC sent me a survey along with a fundraising letter to cover the cost of processing my opinions. Yeah. I gave them my opinions about the direction our country should take, as well as a donation. I sealed two shiny pennies into that envelope and mailed it to the RNC.

And that's my two cents.