Tuesday, June 28, 2005

What Bush should say...

Tonight its pretty simple for me. Here is what I hope Bush says.

- We will stay the course. We need to finish what we started in Iraq. This is an important message for us to send to the rest of the world.

- He needs to let the social security issue die, and hey how about turning that focus to Health Care.

- Turn the focus back to Osama-Bin-Hidden. We need to take this dude down. Lets hope our army kills him in the field. I really don't care if he gets 72 virgins.

I hope that he stays positive.

Until Next Time,

Saturday, June 04, 2005

Update on recent events.

Well I haven't wrote much recently because my personal life has been dragging me away along with some entertainment. My wife and I are having our second child here soon. We have no clue if its a boy or a girl and we really aren't partial to either. We love having a boy so another wouldn't be a curse and a girl would be a brand new experience. I think I can say we both are excited about this more than about anything we can put words to. It really confuses me when people bring life into the world and then do not put fort the effort that new being deserves. Children are NOT a burden so either deal with the fact you brought a child into the world or don't have children in the first place.

I think the next book I am going to read will be, "The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason" by Sam Harris. He spoke about his book on CNN, can't really remember the channel and I found him to be a very interesting person.

Recently I won an eBay auction of the "MIKE TYSON Entire Career 12 DVD's". I think my personal view on Tyson is some what clouded since I grew up watching him fight. He is someone I can relate to (I know sad) on a bunch of different levels. No matter if you like him or hate him Mike Tyson is very interesting indeed.

The jury on the Michael Jackson case went into deliberations today. Personally I can't read this at all. I thought Scott Peterson would be innocent. Not because I think he is, that has nothing to do with it. I thought he would be innocent because I felt there was "reasonable doubt". I personally think the dude is scum and did it, but I felt that they made a very good case for him. He is really a low life. But was it really justice? I say this because reasonable doubt I believe is very important in our legal system. We let 100000000000 guilty people go free in order to make sure we do not put an innocent behind bars. Maybe in our world today people don't care and the figure would be 1 million innocents go to jail so that we can make sure we get the 1 guilty person. Its tough to know how people are in these days of hypocrisy. So I am going to go out on a limb and say he is innocent. This smells of sharks in the water and there is fresh blood.

From my previous post you may think I am religious and you would be right and wrong. I do believe there is something, but instead of being ignorant and choosing to read the word of human and declaring it divine. I will stick to common sense. If you have no ethics and you have no morale then a book will not help you.

Until next time,