Wednesday, November 03, 2004

I Beg Indulgence And I Will Probably Bury This Post

Okay. First of all, I am not gloating over anyone who voted for Kerry. You had your reasons, Bush voters had theirs, Bush won. It's over.

However, this will not stop me from gloating gratuitously, copiously, and at great length over the following individuals/powers that be in no particular order:

1. Osama bin Laden. May Allah grant that he be beheaded. Genitals first.

2. All terrorists. And despite those who feel ambiguous towards the term, you know who they are.

3. Fat Fucking Seditious Slob Whose Name Will Never Cross My Lips Or Fingers. The only documentary of his I will ever pay money to see is the one he makes from the spit he'll be roasting on in Hell.

4. Dan Rather. May he lose his day job and never utter another metaphor again as long as he lives.

5. The Halls Of Europe. The world is safe once again from their policies of cowardice and appeasement.

6. Kim Jong Il. Congratulations from the Nader camp on another year of keeping N. Korea corporation free.

7. Charles Rangal (DEMOCRAT from NY) - No draft for you.

8. The U.N. May it choke on the oil of Iraq that they kept that murdering, fascist dictator in power for. The blood of Iraq is on their hands.

9. The Vote For Change Tour. May they crush under the weight of their inflated, uneducated egos.

10. Bruce Springsteen. Boss of his wanker only.

11. Al Gore. You sold your moderate soul for failure. Congratulations.

12. George Soros. Money can't buy you Socialism.

13. The NAACP.
Crack can't buy you votes.

I may add more to the list, or my appetite for things political may finally be sated. I doubt it though.

I'd also like to thank and congratulate the following:

1. The Bush Voters. Jeeze oh man did we get out the vote.

2. John Thune. Ding dong The Obstructionist is Gone!

3. Halliburton.

4. Iraq. You deserve our full attention.

5. Australia. Thank You.

6. Poland. Thank You

7. Great Britain and Tony Blair. I won't forget.


Anonymous said...

I can only say one thing and that's a big fat AMEN!!! I like you already and this is the first post I've read. Found you through Pauliemac's journal.

Zelda said...

Thank you, Charity. That is very charitable of you. Please visit often.

Anonymous said...

On : 11/3/2004 11:51:38 AM jp (www) said:

Z - I like you too much to tell you what I think of this post. Besides, I don't want Jeth to get upset at me. He's pretty cool also.!!


On : 11/3/2004 12:16:19 PM zelda (www) said:

Thanks JP. I appreciate that on a deeply personal level.


On : 11/3/2004 12:48:04 PM matt (www) said:

differnces in political opinion have never started wars...uh...

nevermind. keeping mouth shut...he he he


On : 11/3/2004 1:15:29 PM jp (www) said:

It's ok to disagree. That's what makes this country great. And not so great.

Besides, I want to still be able to come here and look at your hooters.


On : 11/3/2004 1:25:04 PM jethro (www) said:

ha ha. I get the 3D version.


On : 11/3/2004 1:30:57 PM Jeanette (www) said:

You either forgot to say something about Clinton or he's not worthy of space in your entry. :)


On : 11/3/2004 2:21:05 PM zelda (www) said:

Matt - I don't think we're headed towards civil war or anything. Basically we're all just fools swapping noises.

JP - LOL!! I had no idea that my hooters "had" attained the status of political currency. Don't look directly at them. You'll become a Republican!!! (or at least a Libertarian).

Jethro - Quit bragging. You are one of the hypnotized.

Jeanette - Clinton didn't want Kerry to win. He wants his wife to run in ought-eight, and didn't want her to have to try and win a primary against Democratic incumbent.


On : 11/3/2004 2:33:46 PM tinyhands (www) said:

I just can't get excited about the election either way. I'm sad that some people really think it's the end of the world. I'm not overly thrilled about the Religious Right. I guess what I mean to say is that I'm just in this for myself so stop pre-empting my soaps.


On : 11/3/2004 2:38:23 PM Jeanette (www) said:

Yeah, I'd heard the thing about Hilary. Personally, I think Bill left something in the White House bedroom or something ... and that's why he wants back in (vicariously, via his wife). Ha ha ha.

But I thought Clinton was endorsing Kerry?

I think the thing that startles me the most is the vehement hate that people have towards Pres. Bush. I mean, they really HATE him. It just boggles my mind. Even if Kerry had gotten in office, I wouldn't ever hate him.


On : 11/3/2004 3:20:34 PM zelda (www) said:

Tiny - Let me make one thing abundantly clear. I am in no way a part of the Religious Right. I had many reasons for wanting Bush instead of Kerry, and none of them had anything to do with religion. I also think it is incredibly foolish to think that you will ever vote for anything other than the lesser of two (or three) evils. If you don't want that to be your choice, you need to write yourself in. Also, it is foolish to ever put blind faith in a politician, or anyone for that matter including the media. Basically, you have to weigh all of the issues yourself, take everything with a grain of salt, and vote for the person who represents your priorities best. I have no illusions about politicians, but I really didn't want to see a wishy-washy, finger-in-the-air equivicator in the White House in wartime.


On : 11/3/2004 3:23:30 PM zelda (www) said:

Jeanette - Clinton only endorsed Kerry because they would have taken away his Party card if he didn't. But notice he didn't do much campaigning for him even before the heart-attack. If the Clintons can bide their time through four more years of Bush, surely the rest of the Dems can too. Then again, the Clintons are pretty unscrupulous.


On : 11/3/2004 5:13:30 PM someone (www) said:

just curious... why are you congratulating halliburton?

and... have you actually seen the movie that the "fat fucking seditious slob whose name will never crolls my lips or fingers" made? if you have, i totally understand and respect your disagreement and contempt, but why on earth would you call him seditious? those are dangerous words to be throwing around.


On : 11/3/2004 5:31:35 PM Jack Smynde (www) said:

Congrats, Zelda! Thanks for reminding me of the people who are celebrating today instead of moping.


On : 11/3/2004 6:09:21 PM vadergrrrl (www) said:

Hey sexy thang. Im happy for you guys. I wasnt that into Kerry myself, especially after reading what Jethro had to say. I just want the country to be United.

I also want our troops to come home safe. I want my rough sex soldier bad boy back..... Is that selfish to ask?



On : 11/3/2004 6:14:22 PM zelda (www) said:

Someone - I congratulate Halliburton because the Americans who work there won't lose their jobs to a French company. Halliburton was awarded the no bid contract because it was the only company that does the work that it does. The only ones that come close are foreign companies. Also, a little known fact - Clinton awarded Halliburton no-bid contracts in Kosovo, and both he and Al Gore owned stock in the company. Halliburton only seems to be a diabolical company when Republicans own stock in it.

I sat through the Fat Slob's movie up until he started exploiting 9/11. Then I couldn't watch anymore. I added Fucking (although it is probably not physically possible for him) and Seditious when bin Laden started quoting him as if he had some kind of fucking point. You say it's dangerous to call Fat Slob seditious. I say it is dangerous to let him get away with undermining our entire country in the face of international conflict (that we did not cause). The Fat Seditious Slob has another agenda. He does not like our system of government. He is a socialist. He is using whatever means at his disposal to bring down whoever represents the free market economy. And he is emboldening the Islamo-fascists in their attempts to destroy the country. So until he is publicly hanged for the traitor he is, I will refer to him as seditious.

Jack - Thanks for that. I'd hate to feel bad about feeling so so good.


On : 11/3/2004 8:27:21 PM Jenny (www) said:

Loved it, loved it, loved it! Great post Zelda!


On : 11/3/2004 8:36:38 PM trogers (www) said:

all good


On : 11/3/2004 8:38:14 PM angi (www) said:

I'm telling you, you and Jethro should run for office, you could be the Bill and Hillary of the Republican party, only nice, honest and trustworthy.


On : 11/3/2004 9:47:00 PM Someone (www) said:

What about the other side of the coin? Would you label someone like Rush Limbaugh seditious?

Just checking.

Your vitriol is so caustic, it's unbelievable. In a way, you're just as bad as Michael Moore. It's people like you on both sides of the equation that make this country so divided.

P.S. Corruption can take many forms.


On : 11/3/2004 9:58:31 PM tinyhands (www) said:

Sorry neighbor, didn't mean to imply you were the Religious Right- I just needed an example of SOME of the people gloating over the victory. And as for being in it for myself, I was going for the joke.


On : 11/4/2004 5:28:56 AM zelda (www) said:

Someone - Whine, whine, whine. Go be bitter somewhere else. Dictionary definition of sedition:

a going aside; hence, an insurrectionary separation; pref. se-, sed-, aside + itio a going, fr. ire, itum, to go. Cf. Issue.] 1. The raising of commotion in a state, not amounting to insurrection; conduct tending to treason, but without an overt act; excitement of discontent against the government, or of resistance to lawful authority.

When Osama starts quoting Rush Limbaugh, I'll call him seditious too.

Tiny - I know you weren't, I just hate that label when it is thrust upon myself. But I've had so many insults regarding my support for the President, that I honestly feel entitled to maybe one week of gloating.


On : 11/4/2004 5:32:31 AM zelda (www) said:

Vader - You are a really wonderful person. I'm going to write a post about the military and just what I think of those boys and girls over there. I want the same thing you do, but i also want to win. I don't want to have to go back over there in 10 years so more kids can die. Every life lost over there is a crying stinking shame, BUT if we hold on and stay UNITED, we will never have to go back. That is what I want.


On : 11/4/2004 8:06:49 AM Gooch (www) said:

Ok, Zelda. You've had your fun. Now can we go back to posts about tits and nookie?


On : 11/4/2004 9:25:50 AM zelda (www) said:

Gooch - I did ask for your indulgence. Presidential elections come once every four years. There will always be tits and nookie. At least MINE aren't going anywhere.


On : 11/4/2004 1:00:03 PM Dan (www) said:

Way to not gloat.


On : 11/4/2004 1:17:47 PM Jeanette (www) said:

I'll probably do my own research on this, but just wanted to get your opinion on it. Do you think there will be a draft (voluntary or involuntary) next year? And what does that mean? Say if someone was part of the reserves but has been inactive for years ... would they be first to be called?

Just curious.


On : 11/4/2004 1:19:33 PM zelda (www) said:

Way to take it all personally. Butch up there, Dan Tobin.


On : 11/4/2004 1:28:01 PM zelda (www) said:

Jeanette - I don't think there will be a draft.

1.) The military does not want a draft. Volunteers are far better prepared mentally.

2.) A draft isn't needed because the military is meeting all of their recruitment goals and then some.

3.) Bush said there wasn't going to be a draft and frankly, I believe him. The legislation in the House of Representatives to implement a draft was introduced by Charles Rangal, a Democrat from NY. It was defeated in the House, and Rangal, himself, didn't even vote for it.


On : 11/4/2004 2:57:55 PM Jay (www) said:

go dubya!


On : 11/4/2004 6:24:08 PM seeker5519 (www) said:

No darlin not boycotting merely waiting for your politico to subside and be amused with Jethro giggling in the bathroom and shite hahahahahah!

Ohh and I did say you looked cute on Jeth's blog you vampiress!