Monday, April 18, 2005

Crazy people

This is why anti-choicers scare me. Yes, I know every group has its fringies, but it seems to me that overly passionate pro-choice people aren't killing anybody. Find me an article. Really. What would a crazy pro-choice person do? Blow up a fundamentalist church? Tempting, but no.

A quick glances at some snippets from Rudolph's statement illustrates how far around the bend this guy has strayed. He is incensed by abortion because he says it's murder, yet he blew people up. Strike anybody as hypocritical? He's also anti-gay and decided it would be good to blow up a night club. And the Olympics.

What an upstanding citizen. I'm glad he's here to protect the moral fiber of the United States of America.

Maybe Dumbya could give him a cabinet post?

OK, that last comment wasn't fair, but I don't give a shit. I'm angered that radical right dickheads continue to use violence and repression in an attempt to pull this country back into the dark ages. We've only been around for about 230 years and we're already fucking up. Granted, things aren't always rosy in Europe or other parts of the world where countries measure their age in millennia, but we are members of the First World and should act like it.

"Of all religions, the Christian should of course inspire the most tolerance, but... Christians have been the most intolerant of all men." - Voltaire

Pouring fuel on the fire:

Nine Inch Nails - Broken
(Trent's pinnacle; all the rage and frustration focused into twenty taut minutes of fuck you)

DJ? Acucrack - Sorted
(bring the breakbeat, baby)

Various - Excursions In Ambience
(methinks Excursions In Trance might be a more apropos title, but it's still damned good)

Various - Phosphorescent
(more slammin' 90s rave from the good people at Tip Records)

Spit - You Would If You Loved Me
(gotta love a CD with titles like "Road Pizza", "My Big Dick", and "Tu Culo Es Mi Culo"... and don't forget "Bark Like A Dog")


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