Sunday, September 13, 2009

Poor Dude from Great Britain

Hey ya:

Another reason why I'm not going to England (sorry, RPattz)
Two British thugs who punched a young man so hard surgeons had to remove half of his skull have escaped charges.

Steve Gator, 26, has been told the teenagers who ambushed him will not face court after British Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case.

The CPS said it did not have enough evidence to proceed but Steve's mother, Nina Gator, expressed her disbelief at the decision.
"Our boy is walking around with half a head -- what more evidence do they need?" Nina Gator told SkyNews. "I can't believe it."

Steven Gator, from Essex, Great Britain, was left seriously brain damaged following the attack as he made his way home from work on January 15.
The two thugs started screaming taunts and abuse at him about his cousin but when he confronted them he was hit so hard he fell back and smashed his head on the pavement. {source}

This is twisted. Seriously twisted. The dude's left with half a noggin and they won't do anything 'bout it? Lovely, good justice system. :)
Poor Mr. Gator. Can I convict the thugs for him? Please, my pleasure. :-)
I can't believe they'd overlook this. Oh, well.

Health Care...Ooh

I am finally gonna tackle health care. *deep breathe*
Okay, so Obama's been pushing this thing faster than I run a mile. (Which is pretty fast, if I do say so myself)
He's been all like, "This will help everyone." Yeah, everyone who's not smart enough to know what the fine print says.
Or, "This won't put us more in debt?" Yeah, and eating cookies everyday won't make you fat. Hmm...

Watching him giving his addresses on the news, he's beginning to sound desperate. Like, "Oh, please, let me push this through! Please!!!"

Other times, he reminds me of a hypnotist, "We will push this through, we will push this through, we will push...this...through." I thought we elected a president, not a genie.

Let's dig a little deeper, if Canada is trying to bail themselves out of the sinking ship, why are we trying to jump aboard?  Just simple logic...nothing else

I don't wanna go too deep into this debate simply because I think it all can be summed up into a simple sentence, "This won't help our country at all."
Simply that, why can't liberals just listen to the people? They might learn a few things.

Oh, well. No offense. Believe me, I don't want people to think I enjoy getting mad at Obama, but he's doing a few things...well, yeah.

Love, Palin, and Crowder...

Revolving Little Circle...Whoo Dizzy Already

Here's another jaw-dropping story

A lawsuit in California that was filed last month by angry parents who object to a gay-friendly curriculum they say is being foisted on kindergartners could well become a test case for schools around the country.

Parents in the Alameda Unified School District were refused the right to excuse their kids from classes that would teach all kids in the district's elementary schools about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender alternative families.

The parents say they are concerned about "indoctrination" in the schools, but administrators say the course is needed to protect against sexual discrimination — and that the lessons are protected by laws in California and 10 other states.

Those states, which stretch from Washington to Maine, will now be eyeing the court results in California in a case that warring sides say pits parents' rights against a schools' responsibilities.

The contested California curriculum includes an annual 45-minute LGBT lesson taught to kids from kindergarten through the fifth grade. The kindergartners will focus on the harms of teasing, while the fifth graders will study sexual orientation stereotypes.

The move toward the new classes began two years ago, when teachers noticed that even kindergarten students were using derogatory words about sexuality, such as "f*g."

The FOX News Reporting unit was present at a debate in the school district in May when angry parents pushed back against the controversial lessons, capturing over 10 hours of heated dispute, which saw parents shouting back and forth across the aisle.

Some parents like Carrie Brash said the curriculum is necessary to combat bigotry that was already rearing its head among even young children, who were bullying her daughter in school.
Brash said her daughter had to endure taunting chants of "Lesbian, lesbian, your mom's a lesbian," from kids in school.

But other parents said the new curriculum ignores other kids who have been targeted for abuse.

"My child has been the product of bullying because she's black," said Dion Evans, who noted that students have "never viewed a single video in the classroom" that deals with racism.

But Evans said he wasn't expecting the district to take care of what he called a parent's duties in educating his daughter, as the school is "already (too) strapped for cash to incorporate these changes."

"I know how to successfully parent, educate, and instill value and self-worth in my child," he said.{source}

Wow, just wow. I mean, if we're having lessons on homosexuality (and beyond) why aren't we having lessons on not calling other people (straight people) names. (fatty etc.) I don't 100% agree with Mr. Evans because racism isn't really that big of deal until you make it a big deal.

Ya know, something in my gut tells me she might be getting bullied for other reasons than race. She could be mean or something, dunno? I get so tired of bringing race into everything! Race, race, race! They use that word like it's a noun. "you're racist." "You're racist." We're all racist, happy? (ha, not really)

And same with the homosexual crowd, if we don't agree with their agenda well, guess what, you're a homophobe. Really? Seriously? Geez. So, if they don't agree with the Christian agenda can't we call them Christian-phobes. Oops, sorry, religion is a dirty word to them, because we don't agree with their views, whoops we're homophobes. it's a little revolving circle.

Oh, well. Interesting...I guess