Your mistake was buying a Motorola phone. Next time, stick with a vendor that doesn't add their own crapware on top of Android. The original Nexus One was good, presumably the upcoming Nexus S will be the same.
That doesn't help with your current phone, but luckily that's a relatively easy process to fix, assuming a basic level of computer competency. You found Slashdot, so hopefully that means you fit the requirements.
There are two ways of fixing your problem, the easy way and the good way. The easy way:
adb uninstall /path/to/shit/application.apk
adb remove /path/to/shit/application.apk
Hopefully there aren't any other processes that require that apk, or they'll break. Seeing as how you're using a phone with all kinds of vendor crap dropped on top of the os, and custom 'motoblur', etc you may have a problem. Hopefully it works.
The good way:
Go to xda, install a custom rom (I use cyanogen, but it doesn't look like there is one for the droid 2)
You can try this one, looks like it's pretty close to stock: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=851623
Congratulations, you now have an Android device that isn't crippled by vendor bloatware. Hopefully you've learned your lesson for the future.