Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Rare Rant in Writing

I read in the Washington Post that Nicolas Sarkozy, the president of France, thinks that Obama is "unoriginal, unsubstantial and overrated". How can that be? This guy is the president of FRANCE? I mean, if the French can see through his hogwash there must be something more to my position. My current political views are not as crazy as 60% of my fellow Americans think they are. Most of the time the French are opposed to my line of thinking. You know...., I support unborn children and I think that you should take care of jerks before they take care of you. I guess that we must finally fess up to the fact that no matter who the president is, the rest of the world won't like him/her.

In a second line of surprise, the dept. of homeland security released a report warning of 'rightwing radicals'. Well, why do they need to release a report about these guys? It is obvious that they are there and not going away and that they are bad guys. Right? You know, the guy who blowed up the building in OK? The problem with the report is they paint people like myself as a radical. People who are white #1 and then those who believe these things: have strong views regarding certain "issues", believe in end time prophesy ie. all Christians, and people regestering to buy guns. Keep in mind that having a gun is totally up to the person and not up to the government according to the grand laws of this nation. Next, I don't own a gun nor want one. However, reports issued like this remind me that our rights are quickly being stepped on. The fact that Christians were classifed as "radical" if they believe in end times prophesy is nut wild.

I don't want to rant too much. I totally understand that God is in control of all things at all times and that he allows this crap to happen. His timing is not mine. I'd get rid of this crap ASAP.


The Red One said...

Shenanigans to you radicals painting Mr. Z, but alas, I have already said this in person,

K-Dogg said...

does the president of France's opinion really matter though? i mean common!