Saturday, October 25, 2008

How To Wreck Your Chances Of Being Elected

1: Combine your Presidential Nominee, who had a good chance of winning, with a nutjob VP
candidate who doesn't even know the duties of the VP.

2: Have said running mate and 2 other nutjob members of congress (See Bachmann, Michele and
Hayes, Robin) say that all members of the other party and their Presidential Nominee are
unamerican and should be investigated.

3: Spread rumors that the other Party's Nominee is a Muslim, not an American Citizen, and
a terrorist.

4: Fail to calm the mobs at your rallies who call for the hanging of the other party's nominee.

5: Have your Nominee's brother call part of the state of Virginia, a state you need to win,
Communist Country.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Racism Is Alive And Well in the US-from Tuesday's Show

Even in the 21st century, racism is still alive and well in the US. We don't want to admit it, but it's there.

For example, a few weeks ago in Cumberland, MD, a town about 50 miles from where I live, a High School football game between Cumberland's Fort Hill High and Dunbar High of Washington, DC was ended when the Dunbar coach pulled his team off the field after claiming that his team was being taunted with racial remarks by the Fort Hill Fans. This is still under investigation, and other schools have cancelled games with Fort Hill. If these claims are true, I don't blame the coach for his actions. This isn't the first time I've heard of stuff like this happening in Cumberland. After 9-11, some Idiot put up a sign that said “10,000 towelheads for each American” I saw that sign with my own eyes, and it totally disgusted me. It totally blemished the memories of the 3,000 who died that day, and gave racists more fuel for their bigotry. Also, all over the US, there have been reports of people being discriminated against because they looked Middle Eastern.

More disturbing, last week, At a John McCain rally, someone called for Barack Obama to be hung, and all sorts of other nasty things have been said about him, which I won't dignify, You've all probably heard about them. NOBODY did anything to stop these people. It reminded me of a lynch mob or KKK rally. Politics aside, this gives ALL Americans a bad name. Like it or not, The US is a melting pot, and unless you're a native American, your ancestors came from somewhere else. It's a shame that this vile crap still goes on in a country as great as ours.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

A matter Near and dear to my heart-from Wednesday's Show

Tonight, we're going to discuss a matter near and dear to my heart, School Bullying. As you all my know, my school years were virtually ruined by people picking on me because of my weight. Let me tell you, folks, it CAN have a lasting effect on kids that are subjected to this torture. Bullying can lead to a lifetime of low self esteem, preventing a person from obtaining their potential. I'm exhibit A-1 for that. It should NOT be tolerated at all by school officials or parents! Here are some things I think should be done:

1: Parents-LISTEN TO YOUR KIDS! If you have a child that tells you that they're being bullied, the
last thing you need to tell them is ignore them and it will go away. From my experience, it just
makes things worse. Go to the Principal and demand that something be done. If they don't listen,
go over their heads to the school board.

2: School Officials-Also, Listen to the kids! Get the offender into the office and tell them that if
bullying happens again, they WILL face discipline. Ignore the parents who say “Oh the kid's lying
my Little Angel wouldn't do that” if you have proof that they did.

3: Parents of bullies: Get your kids help! If you knew how much it hurts the kid that your kid's hurting
you would want it to stop.

This epidemic has got to stop! Over the years, we've seen what happens when bullying goes unchecked. Does Columbine ring a bell?

Monday, October 06, 2008

Hail To the Redskins

My Washington Redskins are 4-1 after 2 road wins agains division rivals Dallas and Philly.  I am impressed at how QB Jason Cambell's game has improved over his first 2 seasons. He has yet to commit a turnover, and has made several quality passes.  The rest of the offense, lead by Running Back Clinton Portis and Reciever Santana Moss, has adapted well to new Coach Jim Zorn's  system, and the defense has been outstanding. The skins should be 6-1 after their next 2 games against league doormats Cleveland and St. Louis.