Now it has become news that the bungling US military has shipped live Anthrax bacteria out to various places and they have no idea how this could happen. No wonder they need a budget as big as the entire rest of the world. Please save us.
As we drive through any town, look through any paper there are pleas for workers that are not there. Maybe they are all in the military shipping WMDs or otherwise producing mayhem for poor downtrodden souls.
Hmm. Which benevolent country will rise to the occasion and destroy our infrastructure, murder our children and drag our president through the streets in the name of protecting the world from WMDs that we have proven capable of utilizing?
Story here (just listen to the befuddlement of this soldier):
This past Memorial Day brought a big uptick in the use of the word “sacrifice.” Since I’m often misunderstood in my writing (a failure, in other words), I often look up the meanings of words. This one seems to fit in with the god-like image Americans have of government and the industry it supports:
“Human sacrifice is the act of killing one or more human beings, usually as an offering to a deity, as part of a religious ritual.”
Not so different from the bogey-men that inspire such fanatical devotion, eh?
… in this story is the similarity of MORE to the US government. Hmmm, outside agitators paid to incite then mistreated by their employers.
Once again the word “family” points to kinky behavior. I justmentioned this in conversation and now this story shows up: http://www.bostonherald.com/entertainment/television/2015/05/duggar_family_show_pulled_after_son_s_molestation_admission
If these people would just mind their own business… and bodies, we would all be better off. For some reason the most preachy are most likely to violate the tenets of the preached. Family Research Council, ha! Research yourself, freak.
… well maybe.
“Government is an institution of Christ established for the safety of society because our secular world is dominated by evil!”
Like corporate taxes, fines for environmental spoiling and speeding tickets; the cost is passed on to Joe Sixpack. Where does the 5.8 billion go? to the government that is controlled by the banks who are fined. In other words, it stays in the family.