Tuesday, September 06, 2005

New Orleans Disaster Politics Still Dominates the News

Even with the upcoming fight in the Senate over the nomination of John Roberts, now for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the politics that Hurricane Katrina left behind still dominates the news.

Gays Prancing Around the Flooded Streets of New Orleans
Despite the devastation and ongoing suffering by thousands from Hurricane Katrina, homosexuals paraded on Bourbon Street in New Orleans over the weekend, and have rescheduled their "Southern Decadence" event for tomorrow.

"It's New Orleans, man. We're going to celebrate," Matt Menold, a 23-year musician wearing a sombrero and a guitar slung on his back, told the Associated Press.

Callous, uncaring and oh so Gay of these people to party while thousands of people are still without food, water and homes. This event was planned before Hurricane Katrina, so they are going to have it, come Hell or High Water. If they all get sick from dysentery, no tears will be shed.

Donk Senator Threatens President Bush with Violence

Washington, D.C. (AHN) - Louisiana Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu threatens President Bush with physical violence this morning on ABC's Sunday morning news program, "This Week".

"If one person criticizes our sheriffs, or says one more thing, including the President of the United States, he will hear from me - one more word about it after this show airs and I - I might likely have to punch him - literally," says Landrieu.

"The President came here yesterday for a photo-op, he got his photo-op but we are never going to get this fixed if he does not send us help now."

It is a felony to threaten the President of The United States with violence.

She must have drank the water that is still flooding New Orleans or actually believes the LIES that her party is throwing around concerning the blame for the disaster. She and her party of welfare Donks are to blame for this mess, but being a good Donk, she like the rest, place the blame on the undeserving Pres. Bush. These party whores ought to ashamed of the way they are acting, oh, that's right I forgot, it takes morals and values to feel ashamed, and they have neither.

Even the Atheists are Getting Into the Act
The American Atheists organization says President Bush should stop urging prayer for Hurricane Katrina victims because it violates the Constitution.

Ellen Johnson, president of the group said Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco and Bush "should not be violating the Constitution by telling people to pray for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. It's unconstitutional for government officials to be promoting religion; and besides, judging from the speed of some relief efforts, officials should be busy working instead of preaching."

How self-centered can you get trying to prevent people from praying for those that lost much. They don't care about the people, all they care about is that people don't pray. Heartless scum, maybe they should go and dance with the Gays and get dysentery.

That's enough for now, I am having a hard time reading this crap about crappy people.

Mr Minority