Friday, December 17, 2010

American traitor "very annoyed" at solitary confinement

Ex-U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is just about fed up with the way he is being treated in jail. The living conditions are so harsh they amount to torture, say the supporters of the modern day Benedict Arnold.

Just what does this torture consist of? Well, for one thing, they won't give him a pillow. And no sheets, either. And they won't let him go outside. What else? Nothing, isn't that bad enough to be considered torture in this day and age? After all, he only gave up thousands of classified documents that hurt his country and probably cost some lives. (He's the one who gave the secrets to the Swedish rapist to broadcast on the internet.)

Since the Army is turning a deaf ear to his terrible living conditions, shithead's supporters are going public in hopes YOU will put pressure on the Army to give this asshole a pillow.

Seems to me the least of his worries.

There is a fund set up if you want to contribute to his defense. Wikileaks hasn't. They've used him and threw him under the bus.

Send any money to Relax Max, care of Way Harsh blog. We'll be sure he gets it.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Tax increase for the job-creators

I saw on the TV news today that the lame-duck-loaded congress is going to vote on continuing the Bush tax cuts for the low and middle income citizens, but not for the job-creators. That doesn't make sense. (I have stopped calling it "tax cuts for the wealthy" and started calling it "tax cuts for the job-creators.")

Ms Pelosi was saying that these people don't really create the jobs and never did. Said that when the tax cuts were passed, it didn't help and no jobs at all were created under that Bush plan.

Well, who the heck creates the non-government jobs in this country then? The poor? The middle class?

Is it really a good idea to take more money away from the job creators so they won't have money to hire more people? So they have to lay off some workers in order to pay their higher taxes? Seems like Obama would want to try and keep the unemployment figure under 10%. He and Pelosi are confusing me.

Seems a waste to do this vote since the Republicans will only reverse it in January anyway.