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Wednesday, February 02, 2005

reincarnation would be a trip

what is there left to say about this man?

i myself am logically exhausted by him. so i turn instead to "the American people." i understand relgion is much stronger than i'd previously given it credit for. but the thing i'm most stunned by is how dangerous it can be. certainly the election of the man to office (twice) isn't completely religion's fault. however, i do think it is a large factor. too large.

but what honestly puzzles me is why this is all coming to head now. our forefathers were religious men, were they not? well, i just swallowed that statement before i even finished thinking it. they were dicks, too.

is it possible that we are better off now than we were then?

we're not much different. there's the acquisition, the manifest motherfucking destiny (are you kidding me with that?), the world meddling (too kind a word), the exploitation of other humans...

i only wish i had been born hundreds and hundreds of years from now. it would be fascinating to read about this great fall. isn't that all there really is left to say? of course there are the protests, the acitivists, the debates. but the rate of affect is defeatingly slow.

that's all i really have to say about this.
it's saturating.
it's opressive.
it's saddening.
it's leaving us all hopeless, useless.


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