Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Go Christie Brinkley!
It amazes me how the wronged party can end up being blamed. Christie Brinkley's looser husband Peter Cock, sorry, Cook cheats on her and she still gets the blame. Now that she is divorcing him, good for her, he wants to hide his shame. He feels that he should get special treatment from the court due to his, sorry again, her celebrity and have the court proceedings private. Of course, he claims it's for the sake of the children. Too bad he didn't think of that before he stuck his dick in someone else's teenage child. This has already done it's damage to his children. Obviously he doesn't care that much about his family or this wouldn't be happening in the first place. Maybe he should use this as a teachable moment. Lesson 1 -Don't cheat on your wife, Lesson 2 - Be a man and take responsibility if you forget lesson 1. What a scum bag!
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Labels: Christie Brinkley, divorce
Thursday, June 5, 2008
Where's My Stimulus Check Fuckers?!
This is the last straw! This administration has officially hit a new low. I know, it wouldn't seem impossible; the pointless war that won't end, the mortgage crisis, the fuel crisis, the economic disaster and just crappy everything in general. So what does the village idiot decide to do? Give us regular people back some of the money he screwed us out of in taxes so he could give his uber rich pals tax breaks. And the stupid fuck can't even do that right. Where the hell is my money? It's one thing to get screwed over, but then to have the school yard bully say he's going to give you a small break and then kick you in the nuts again is unforgivable! Once they announced the refund I began to count on it. I imagine a lot of people felt that way. Then to have the government totally leave us hanging is such bullshit. I checked the IRS website yesterday, and it was totally useless. Give me my money you bastards!
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Labels: economic stimulus check
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
I am so happy that the primaries are finally over. I was really starting to feel like it would go on through at least June. I think we have the right candidate for the job. I would have voted for Hillary if she was the democratic nominee, but I wouldn't be as excited as I am to vote for Obama. It was very exciting to have two excellent candidates that would make history. We are so lucky to be witnessing this time in American politics. After the last eight years we deserve it. The difference between the two for me became one of attitude and nuance. Obama played a more positive game, and at this point, that's what I need. If you are looking for more information on Barack Obama I would highly recommend reading his book The Audacity of Hope.
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Labels: democratic primary, Obama, The Audacity of Hope
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