Thursday, September 01, 2005
On the 31st of August, I was directed to the Huffington Post blogsite by Philip Chaston on the Samizdata blogsite. He cited a post by the crackling-voiced Robert F Kennedy, undoubtedly written between the driving lessons he's receiving from his uncle.
The name of the post is "For They That Sow the Wind Shall Reap the Whirlwind." It basically blames GW Bush and H Barbour, et al for Hurricane Katrina Vanden Heuvel because of their failure to sign the Kyoto Treaty. It was among the first of several blog articles by noted and unnoted socialists blaming GW Bush for the hurricane.
I detest the administration of GW Bush for a host of reasons, some described in other parts of this collection, but I'm even more opposed to the Luddites that comprise the Environmental Fascist Society. It's amply demonstrated that these inherited-money idle rich are threatened by the fact that, in American society, even the middle class can enjoy some of the wonderful pleasures that they feel are theirs alone, by divine right. It truly angers them to see that a working professional, or even the occasional tradesman, can scrape together the money to occasionally dine at a top restaurant or enjoy an ocean cruise.
These are their pastimes, not ours!
Environmental laws and work regulations, high taxes and legal restrictions all work to keep the inherited-wealth "clique" on top and to make it harder for the rest of us to build any serious wealth. By the way, both GW Bush and RFKennedy are members of the "clique."
So, I wrote a quick comment in response to Bobby Jr's blathering. It is as follows:
There is no global warming.
If there is global warming, man had nothing to do with it.
If there is global warming, man can do nothing about it. It is part of normal cyclic climate change.
Read "State of Fear," by Michael Crichton.
My studies can beat up your studies.
Not exactly worthy of any literary awards, but it expresses more good sense than any little bit of Bobby Jr's article. The comment was not added to the long list of comments to the article. I can only assume that it was threatening to them.
I spent a few minutes perusing more of the scatterbrained Ms Huffington's new blogsite. I did this at great sacrifice to my evening leisure time, and so that you, my friends, shall not have to endure the continual nonsense contained therein.
Go there if you must, but know that there is nothing there but evil. My sincere advice: stay away! There be rotted brains there in large numbers! Beware! Beware!
They've killed Freedom! Those bastards!