- Government only helps itself to as much as possible at
your expense. And you are supposed to be happy and joyful at the pieces
it leaves behind - the proverbial "scraps from the master's table."
- The recent tornado in Alabama says it all. It sends the
clear message that Uncle doesn't give a damn if you live or die. Period.
- Look at how the Decider proudly stands amongst the wreckage
and carnage - a scene reminiscent of September 2001:
- Bush: "Help the folks down here." 
- Sure thing - we'll all happily go do there to do your
work for you...
- Now there's an "Oh well, so what!" attitude
if there ever was one. Why did he even bother to go down to Alabama? To
gloat? See weather modification technology at work?
- Sure the area has been declared a "disaster area."
What does that really mean? Does anyone realize that disaster areas can
also wear shoes? So what that nine people died?
- The Decider then rambles: "You can never heal a
heart, but you can provide comfort knowing that the federal government
will provide help for those whose houses were destroyed or automobiles
- Sure thing pal. What about the PEOPLE who were destroyed?
How many BILLIONS of hearts has this ruthless, self-proclaimed "war
president/decider" hurt and killed since stealing the executive
- America was told by Federal Emergency Management Agency
Director David Paulison, that Bush's visit was indicative of "the
new FEMA." If the cold-hearted attitude that the Decider has is indicative
of the "the new FEMA" policy - then everyone, everywhere had
best pray that no "natural disasters" (or nasty weather modification
experiments) come to their area.
- So what's all about? What is going on here? Why are AMERICANS
told to go help the folks down there? Simple - because the more the public
does, the less the government has to do. This is all very interesting,
considering the government's plans to have everyone involuntarily do two
years of community service. Perhaps that's what voluntarily ingesting
depleted uranium is about?
- It is the ultimate in hypocrisy when the government itself
sets a terrible example by the actions of their own emergency management
agency. What really we see here is a socialist model at work - the conning
of the American people to do the job the government SHOULD be doing. So
what, that WE are paying for it to boot? We're all stupid, deaf and dumb
right? Perhaps many really are.
- This needs to stop. It is an NOT AMERICAN tradition to
be heartless. It is however, a fascist principle. Certainly the people
of Alabama need help. The homes and businesses of many generations of
AMERICANS were destroyed. I categorically state that these good people
of Alabama are not just folks, but ARE AMERICANS. And the government should
be doing their part to help them. The good people of NYC were promised
billions for the damage in 2001. They never received but a small percentage
- Imagine the unreal pain of having to attend a funeral
of a high school age child. When you leave to return home, you realize
the cemetery looks far better than the pile of lumber you once called
- We have to stop this heartless crap. It must end.
- If not, we cease to be Americans. Period.
- Ted Twietmeyer
-  - http://www.cnn.com/2007/WEATHER/03/03/bush