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Comment: Decision bad for Japanese Anime (Score 0) 933

by RedneckJack (#26268747) Attached to: The Slippery Legal Slope of Cartoon Porn
This decision is bad especially concerning Japanese Anime. There are quite a few people who would stop at nothing to ban Japanese Anime here in the United States. A lot of those people are corporate executives who don't want anything to get in the way of our work culture which is defined as you work during your awake hours and the only other activities is sleep, shower, eat and go to the bathroom. Gov't officials are like corporate executives. The both have similar attitudes of live to work, not work to live.

Comment: Re:The motion to adjourn passed... (Score 0) 1143

by RedneckJack (#24444689) Attached to: House Dems Turn Out the Lights On the GOP

I have been on the elephant side but I think it is time to throw both of their asses out and permanently send them home. People like Pelosi (D-CA), Sensenbrenner (R-WI), Tom Davis (R-VA), Boxer (D-CA), Feinstein (D-CA), Kennedy (D-MA) (supposedly on limited time), Schumer (D-NY), Lautenberg (D-NJ) need to be fired from their jobs. Tom Delay (R-TX) is already gone.

It is time to hand Congress to third parties such as Libertarians, Greens, Constitution Party and others. If that doesn't work, the whole party system should be shit canned. Instead, each person running for a seat would be non-partisan, that it, no money from a national party but instead money would have to come from the district that he represents and that money would come blindly to him when he is running for office. Blindly would be defined where they person does not know the source, therefore be influenced.

Who goeth a-borrowing goeth a-sorrowing. -- Thomas Tusser