Thursday, June 30, 2005

Why The Ship Is Sinking

It's no wonder California is sinking and the water's reached the upper decks- it's the people that live here. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that a faily solid majority of Californians support Senator Dianne Feinstein's probable reelection bid next(?) election. I can only assume that most people don't pay much attention to what Feinstein does in office. I think that's a safe assumption to make as most people don't generally follow politics like folks like me, who don't have lives, do.

Dianne Feinstein is an Authoritarian (take the World's Smallest Political Quiz to see if you're an Authoritarian or Libertarian), who always votes for more and more government in every aspect of our lives. At least Barbara Boxer has cast a few decent votes in her time. Feinstein fails on pretty much every issue I can think of, at least as far as Liberty is concerned, and even left leaning California should feel nothing but contempt for her. But, I guess you can't expect that in this state.

When you're on a sinking ship, and the water reaches the upper decks, follow the rats...

I wish I could.


At 11:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to vote against Feinstein for her repeated opposition to cultural development. By that I mean America's culture. She votes to lock it down.

Dianne Feinstein on the Broadcast Flag: Idiot or liar?

A few years from now, we won't own software, music, movies, books, etc. Legal sharing and fair use will be seen as evil. We'll be a renters' society where the uses of products are dictated to us. In such a society it is seen as unfortunate that something such as the mere idea of Santa Claus has not been owned, controlled and profited from.


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