Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Neocons and Red China: perfect together
The Bush administration and China have both undermined efforts to tighten rules designed to ensure that lead paint isn't used in toys, bibs, jewelry and other children’s products.
Seems like a violation of the harm principle of libertarianism to me.

The reader who submitted this writes:
Look for this to be immediately dismissed by news outlets like Fox as "Anti-Bush propaganda" and a fabrication of the liberal mainstream media.

Unfortunately, none of that addresses the fact that the Bush administration, to all appearances, really
isn't focused on protecting the American consumer from dangerous goods, predatory lenders and other threats to the public good.
Of course it isn’t!

One more time.

For all the prayer breakfasts (re-read Richard III) and other posturing about people on life support and of course using the babies as bait (I’d bet you a gold sovereign that Karl Rove used to laaaugh as the charisma-gorje RCs went all Pavlovian over this one)...

... the neocons don’t give a f*ck about you.

They’re sending your kids (that includes your daughters) to get killed in Iraq (if you’re not of their class) — not theirs.

Hmm. Sacred in the womb and if comatose. Both true of course. But according to Bushian moral theology every life in between is the state’s b***h. They own you. Own.


(Just like China and Mr Kim’s North Korea. Remember that ‘Axis of Evil’ go at Greatest Generation nostalgia? No, wait, we need this country for imported cheap crap, and this and that one have got nukes and can fight back... never mind! What happened to ‘bring ’em on’, Mr Bush? Down the memory hole with ‘dead or alive’ — Mr bin Laden is either cleverer than Waldo or we’ve been had — and ‘mission accomplished’.)

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