Wednesday, June 22, 2005

So Long, You Won't Be Missed

I don't revel in the death of people, unless they truly deserve it (ie: Hitler, Saddam's sons, and Yessir Asshat). But there are some people that you have to say, "maybe we are better off without you around anymore", as in the case of this person:
A 53-year-old Arizona man died this month due to the stress of "the stolen election of 2000 and living with right-winged Americans," according to a death notice published by his family.

Corwyn William Zimbleman, of Tucson, was an accomplished artist, the notice said, and an "avid atheist, he studied the bible [sic] and religion with more fervor than most Christians."

The notice then reads:

He had strong political opinions and followed Amy Goodman's radio broadcast "Democracy Now." Alas the stolen election of 2000 and living with right-winged Americans finally brought him to his early demise. Stress from living in this unjust country brought about several heart attacks rendering him disabled.

Zimbleman died June 10, and a memorial service was scheduled for yesterday.

With Zimbleman gone, is the America better or worse off? I would have to say better, because we have one less Self-Centered Liberal Whiner, bemoaning the lose of Al Gore-Bot in the 2000 election. Some people have a problem getting a grip on reality and coping with circumstances that do not go their way, and Zimbleman was such a person. As for the family, they are probably just as bad as dear old dad if they can write such drivel in the newspaper for a eulogy. The koolaide drinking Liberals can't cope, thus there are bound to be miserable with their lose of status in America, and all I can say is: Too Bad, Not Sad!

Mr Minority