Saturday, March 12, 2005

Thongs and Songs

When one man, an atheist, can have prayer banned in our schools, it should have sounded an alarm then. Maybe 911 should've been called when another individual caused the stir that led to elimination of the Pledge of Allegiance. Since the sad pandering to those idiots, we have seen and heard of more and more liberties usurped from us. By using the Constitution, the very instrument designed to protects us, a handful of miscreants have turned our fore father's masterpiece against us. The die is cast, a precedent has been set, and those pioneers of frivolity have turned freedom and justice upside down.
~ The spillover is evidenced by the state of morality that exists today. Directly or indirectly, those few pariahs have spawned a generation of inept judges, greedy lawyers, and clueless lawmakers, who are interpreting the Constitution with laughable but alas, tragic results.
~ Never mind our own personal feelings about drastic changes in everything we were taught to believe, let's view the current state of affairs clogging the airwaves and assaulting our senses of values.
~ If you have children between the ages of 9 and 18, especially girls, you are already in the midst of the angst. Pushup bras, thong underwear under skirts way up to here and shirts way up to there, are the rage clashing with your outrage. We see the bare bellies and low riders. We hear the sexually explicit rap lyrics and we see the racy adult TV programs.
~ In a department store with my wife, we saw some of those thongs displayed so that you read the catchy phrases on them like "wink wink" and "eye candy." But a real disturbing one was "Dry Socket, I Got My Pocket Rocket." Yes, you read that last sentence correctly. I was outraged when I saw the sign that said 'girls,' not teens and not young women.
~ What can we expect though, when the number one rated show among kids aged 9-12 is "Desperate Housewives?" Should we be surprised when the song "Candy Shop," about oral sex is number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart? Should we be surprised when on prime time TV we see commercials for Viagra and Cialis talking about erectile dysfunction?
~ Shocking as it was, I was not surprised with the news of the oral sex scandal at Milton Academy. What could be surprising about five hockey players lined up waiting their turns as a 15 year old girl performed oral sex on them one at a time? Was it surprising when she and several of her friends said oral sex wasn't real sex at all?
~ Remember those noble pioneers cited above? I'll bet they are really proud of themselves now! They don't believe in God? They don't want their children exposed to the concept of God? I have news for them, God doesn't believe in them either!
~ I think it is time for them to dig up their lawyers from beneath the rocks they found them before. If a little dose of God bothers them, how do they like injections of immorality? I'm sure someone must have said to them back then, "Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it."
~ You screwed up everything the last time didn't you? Is your rectum sore enough yet? You ignored a wise and time honored adage, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it," once before. Wanna fix it now? You broke it. Why not march your sore butts back up to the judge? Score one for America this time. Then maybe, just maybe all of us can stand up straight again. Are you tired of bending over forward to please others? Well, the rest of us certainly are!
No. 76

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