Thursday, January 13, 2011

You Can't Petition the Lord!

Dear Monster,

Really. You can't petition the Lord, sez Jimmy. Even Tommy agrees.
As American news media scrapes the bottom for that heartfelt depth of
feeling and belief, print news is in a full-court market press with even
telecommunication companies being upbeat for themselves.

Yukie had to go on record - again - about being in support of the 2nd
Ammendment's right to bear arms, meaning owning guns after clearing
state laws and background checks. A popular Congresswoman from
Arizona got a Glock 9mm bullet in her lower brain at point blank range
last week. The first Jewish public official in Arizona, married to her
astronaut husband was shot along with 19 others by a 22-year old white
male who was offended that the Congresswoman did not take the time
to speak with him about the semantics of politics.

The Wall Street Journal reported extensively about the exploitive
news groups who immediately made it part of the gun-control policy
debate while other articles wrote about the history of this "disturbed"
young man with a drug possession arrest and a history of paranoia.
He was a normal guy until the past few years with the usual small
town history of acquaintances, former friends, etc.

Congresswoman Gifford, a native to Tuscon from a Republican family
who owned a tire company, switched to the Democratic Party a few
years ago and voted mainly against the status quo Democrat lines. She
is reported to have considered becoming an investment banker.

Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms statements included the fact that a
person who has a psychiatric history should be considered a risk in
background checks. Others say this would not have made much of
a difference in this senseless violent act since the guy was nuts with
a known obsession for the Giffords, a fairly famous family.

Fox News "legal analysts" all agreed that this defendent is dead meat.
The cable news coverage included a live funeral of the 6 victims who
were killed with one of the most embarassing sermons by a University
of Arizona Yaqui Native who claimed pride for having been given the
opportunity for an education while his own son serves in Afghanistan.
Carlos Gonzales will be known as the Native American that brought
down the fallacy of the American principle that "all are created equal
with equal rights" at the funeral of the Tuscon attempted assasination.

Meanwhile, Monday's WSJ shows a color smiling photo of Defense Gates
shaking hands warmly with a contingent from China's military and an
anemic Hillary Clinton does the Middle East cash revenue diplomatic
tour. Even Biden made a surprise visit to Iraq saying that while 3000
more troops were sent to Afghanistan, troops from Iraq would leave
by the end of the year.

Iraq now has over 2.7 million of barrels of oil on the pipeline daily. Mean-
while the infamous British Petroleum from the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico
reported another leak in the Alaska North site. This shut down of all of
Alaska's pipleline signals not-so happy days for Califorinia's oil refineries.

Yukie thinks a refinery might be more profitable than an oil rig except
with international industrial groups pushing for "Eco-development". It
maybe better to invest in recyclable toilet paper manufacturing as we
make public health and hygiene a must for developing countries. All
newsletters printed from Fern will be from her own paper plant.


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