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August 14 th, 2009
I do not want Sarah Palin to be any government official anywhere near me. I do
want Sarah Palin to be my President nor Vice-President. I do not want Sarah Palin
making any decisions for me. So what is this Ex-Governor good for? I had to ask that
question so many times. But I finally found out what shes good at. Marketing!!!
username to @sarahpalinusa. So she tweets, and she also has a very active facebook
account. She received 3000 comments just with in 24hrs for a note about
“death panel.” Her messages are retarded in so many ways, I wouldn’t advice anyone
to listen to her.
But she is the first politician, I know of, to fully understand how communication works
in the 21C and the power of it. Politics is all about getting your message out, and getting
as many supporters for you. Just like how musicians create their fan base. Constant
updates about you and your career reminds your fans that you are still
alive and interesting. Through this stream of updates, you and your fans create a
bond beyond rockstar and fan. With this bond, your fans are more likely to donate for
your fundraiser, volunteer for your campaign, go to your shows, buy your
merchandises, and many more.
But the greatest part isn’t described yet. You, as a fan, can make meaningful input to
ones career. As a politician, you can hold them accountable for their campaign
promises. As a musician, you can tell them which venue they should play next. The
opportunities are endless.
Sarah Palin you are the marketing guru in politics.
July 23 rd, 2009
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He doesn’t know how to knock you down with the one inch punch. He didn’t practice
dim mak. But he is the 12th United States Secretary of Energy.
He believes this will start a new revolution similar to the industrial revolution. I
don’t have a strong opinion about Cap & Trade. But I do have a high interest in
The interview with Jon Stewart and Steven Chu was very refreshing to me. He
understood how to be on The Daily Show. He sent his message very clear, and
handled Jon Stewart’s joke very well. I felt like as if my uncle was talking about
baseball to me. His Down to Earthness and chill composure caught my
attention, but I realized later that this dude is the Secretary of Energy for the
US of A.
I was very disappointed in Obama’s selection of his cabinet crew. Rahm seems to piss
candidates for the Obama cabinet not paying their taxes? But then comes a long
Steven Chu. He has a Nobel Prize in Physics he can whip that out to catch everyone’s
attention. I believe Stven Chu can speak over Obama when it comes to Energy and
Science. This comforts me a lot. When it comes to Global Warming, I want a
scientist to fix it. Not a politician.
I’m sure Steven Chu is a great scientist and professor. But it’s too early to know if he
is a great Secretary of Energy. He did suggest the idea of putting tax on gas, which
got shot down by Obama. I’ll be putting an eye on him. As far of now, he is a great
role-model for the American people.
July 21 st, 2009
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a good couple of month, you know Bush increased the funding for abstinence
education. And no one in America is having sex before they get married. If
Bush had a third term, he would of increased the research funding to find Noah’s Arc.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported teen pregnancy
“rose sharply.” And this comes to NO surprise to me. As an ex-teen, I didn’t want
to listen to anybody. I listened from whoever I wanted to. And if they made me listen,
I’ll just piss them off by doing exactly what they told me not to do. This is Teen
Psychology 101. Bush missed this class during his time in Yale. (unconfirmed)
Because sex is a prerequisite for pregnancy + teen psychology + government
abstinence campaign = teen pregnancy “rose sharply.”
Although this is a slowly exploding time bomb, we know government can’t do things
right. This is why they apologize for their mistake, fix it, and try to make the best out of
it. But the abstinence-education advocates did not go through this cycle of apology.
They followed the Palin way and made a renegade statement. The advocates stated that
the curriculum did not fail, but failed due to the lack of money they had.
Bush gave you the most money in history, and teen pregnancy “rose sharply.” I say lets
take away all the money and see what happens.
Abstinence is an idea thrown around in many religions and non-religion. In America,
this became a political issue for Christians. When I was a strong Christian, I was
indulged with the idea of abstinence. But that never gave me the right to think of my
other classmates, who had sex, wrong or sinful. And this is where Christians in Politics
got it wrong. They seem to have a HARD time figuring out what relies on
personal decision, and what relies on social responsibility.
We have no business what goes on in bedrooms or sex swings. It’s your decision who to
fuck. But there is more going on than penetration. You could be the father or mother of
a child. A child must have parents who will teach them about the world they are going
to live in. Are you ready to be a mentor about LIFE? If so, please proceed. If you are
not, discuss this with your mate. Use a condom, or cum outside to prevent pregnancy.
If you do cum inside, let your mate know and try to find a solution. Don’t ignore it. If
you don’t want STDs, get to know your mate before you fuck’em. Last but not least, we
live in a society full of people just like you and full of people just NOT like you. To you,
sex might be nothing. To someone, sex might mean a lot. Open up that conversation
and make sure you’re not breaking another person’s heart. Be responsible for your
Unwanted pregnancy, and STDs are the problems we need to focus on. According to the
Old Testament, I think it’s about time God comes down with his wrath and wipes out
everyone. But we all know this is not going to happen. So let’s stop looking at the church
for solutions to REAL problems. Let’s start researching the behavior of teen sex.
Interview people with STD, so that we know what thoughts are going through.
God doesn’t even have a dick. That’s why Mary was a virgin. Sex problems shouldn’t
be discussed with a dickless God.
July 19 th, 2009
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Paul Krugman is a famous economist who won the Nobel Prize for Economics.
The book promotes narrowing the gap between the rich and poor class.
The book is all about REPUBLICAN PARTY BASHING. In a society like ours, we have
the rich, the poor, and everyone in the middle. The narrower the income gap is, the
society as a whole is more stable. But what are the forces needed to keep this gap narrow
as possible? This is where government comes in. The government has the power to
narrow this gap, or let it widen as much as the free market wants it to.
The book looks at union organization and welfare history in the US. Since the 70s,
unions got harder to organize and the amount of money put in welfare decreased.
Following this was the increase in income gap. The Obama administration is setting
policies to increase welfare, and campaigning for a strong union organization. These
policies are in-sync with Dr. Krugman’s research.
I believe a society AS A WHOLE must develop and grow. We’ve seen amazing
developments over the past few decades. But were we marching on forward together?
I do not believe this is the case. The richest in the nation were getting obese, fat, and
stuffed while the poorest had to get their second job, or maybe third job. I admire
those who work three jobs, just to get food on the table. However, I’m disgusted about
the situation. Nobody should be working three jobs, just to get food on the table. So
what is an indication of my opinion? The minimum wage in this country does not
increase that much compared to the economy. I’m not sure about the idea of putting
an income gap on the rich, but I do believe we have to increase the minimum wage.
My philosophy is that, if the country is getting wealthier, the people of the
country needs to get wealthier at the same time.
Republicans were destroying unions, and welfare for too long.
Now is the time for a new change!
July 17 th, 2009
The Senate voted on the Federal-Hate Crime to cover physical attacks on gender,
sexual orientation, gender identity, or disabilities. Does anyone have a problem with
this? Apparently 28 Republican Senators do!
The amendment to the S.909 bill was passed with a vote of 63-28. To me this is very
shocking. If we are talking about gay-marriage rights, the numbers look reasonable.
But for a hate crime? How insensitive are you to the gay community? 5 Republicans
voted for this bill. If you disagree on trying to prevent people from attacking other
people just because they are different, the 28 Republicans must have a very strong
support group for their campaign.
As always there is a defending argument for voting NO to this bill.
The Christian Coalition of America stated, “The bill could potentially imperil the free
speech rights of Christians who choose to speak out against homosexuality — which
could even be extended to preaching against it,” from AP.
To me this seems like a murderer stating, “What’s wrong with killing? Just let me do
what I want to do.” Of course the only difference between that murderer and The
Christian Coalition of America is that they got GOD on their side. Don’t you have other
groups to hate? Gays might seem disgusting to you, but so does the Old Testament.
Dear Christian Coalition of America:
Gays are one of the most hated group in America today. As followers of Jesus’ teaching,
I believe we all need to protect those who are in danger from radical activists. The
S.909 bill will not stop these actions, but will help prevent these crimes from
happening. I believe in the message of love your neighbor, and that’s why I’m in
support of this bill. Even if you think gays are God’s plague, I hope you have a space
in your heart to remember the message of love your enemy. It may be a far stretch
for the coalition to be in favor of this bill, but is there any chance that the coalition
could withdraw their opposition?
This news shows great development in human rights movement.
However, it ends with a bitter taste.