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July 15, 2011 / chronomax

Somebody needs to slap the sense into Texas

You like the First Amendment?  Too fucking bad.

This is the second time that Rick Perry has down some sort of Pray Day and it’s two times too many, and two times too many that he should have been impeached. Texas even threatened to leave the Union back in 2010. You know what? Let Perry do it! He is a medium for ignorance against religious minorities, spreading radical politics, and an unconstitutional politician in Texas, and it’s down right disgusting. Read more…

July 15, 2011 / chronomax

Internet access is not a human right

CNN asked yesterday if access to the internet is a human right in this post, and I have to say that whether or not United Nations says that internet access is a human right, I’m going to stand by my opinion. A human right is an inalienable, deserved, and vital attribute that we have sanctioned to all humans so we can all live the life we want. What are some human rights? Free speech, equal rights, freedom of assembly, life, etc. Most of these are shining through the restraints of an old world, but some still need to be worked on. However, do you want to know something about human rights? It doesn’t include being able to Facebook and Skype people. Read more…

July 14, 2011 / chronomax

Who else signed The Marriage Vow?

Rick Santorum. Who’s he you ask? Well, I too had to google him: I’ve never heard anything about this person. He’s a Presidential candidate though. Maybe if I see his face I can tell-

HE’S FROM FUCKING PENNSYLVANIA. I am officially in the most Christian-fundie state in the Union.

July 14, 2011 / chronomax

Michele Bachmann is wrong, and so is the media

If you haven’t watched any news this week, then you probably missed everybody saying that Sarah Bachmann signed a very… controversial contract, to say the least. Here’s a link to a source.

This pact written by The Family Leader is based on each of the signers to vow to uphold this and protect that, including: Read more…

July 13, 2011 / chronomax

Red Skelton could just be an old kook

Let’s add some pretext.

Last year, I started off skipping “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance. Then I thought- you know, why waste a minute from reading to stand up and recite something that should, like Red Skelton says, be heartfelt, when doing it monotonously everyday makes it otherwise? So I just sat, reading my book as other kids droned words like they were reading a work by Shakespeare which they didn’t understand. I inevitably got scalded by my teacher to the point where she called me “Un-American” in front of the class. Two minutes later, I went to an afterschool activity with three other people and she acted normal. Like Red Skelton, I think that teacher was a bit too old (and bipolar, but I never met Red Skelton).

Let’s rebuttal Red Skelton with the exact method he creates an argument with. Read more…

July 13, 2011 / chronomax

There is no good name for an introduction

I’m ChronoMax. This is my blog, and this post is about me. Read more…