Monday, March 17, 2008

Religion pushers

St. Patrick's day. Anybody know what its for? Apparently its about an Irish man named Patrick. A bishop in 387 AD. Some people believe that he changed his name when he became a bishop from Maewyn Succat to St. Patrick. His beliefs were that the druids(priests) were unholy worshipers and that they were praising the wrong things such as "plants or planets (Scientology?)". He converted many "pagans" into Christianity. Patrick's ideals or goals were not to take away anybodies religion away but to show them the new "god", something that he thought was better than any other beliefs. Well, he must have knew what he was talking about because he ended up building hundreds of churches and baptized over a hundred thousand people. Talk about religion pushers i got a advertisement in the mail today to convert to Jehovah’s Witness. Shockin'.

The Balls On That One

I know im not an american or anything but if i was i want to tell you my views on the upcoming election between Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton. Even though one of Barack’s followers in this presidential campaign leeked information that he is secretly not planning on making any of the changes that he has stated in his speechs. Even though his campaigning skills are "limited" in my opinon, i would still vote for him over Hilary Clinton anyday. Why you ask ? seems silly i know. I would rather vote for him then Hilary. Her entire focus is put on putting down Barack Obama. She thinks that its in the bag. She believes she is going to be president. Even if her husband was a lame half-ass leader, we should still give her a chance right ? Nah. she doesnt give a "hoot" about her compaign at allll. Her speechs are weak unreasearched, unstructred and poorly rehearsed. She even offered her opponent (who is in the lead) to a vice president job. like ? The balls on that one, sickens me. :P