first, learn spelling

[EDIT – 08.28.10.. I’ve removed the photo that was originally posted (complete with copyright info/watermark intact and credit to shooter) because the shooter thought it “in poor taste” or was mad that I used profanity (see comments). The photo pictured a sign held by one of the attendents of a rally in NYC against Park51, an Islamic community center (funded in part by Fox “News'” second largest shareholder) 2 blocks from the former WTC site. The sign reads; “Declare Obama and Bloomberg Impechment R Guiliani for Mayor of NY.”]

All kinds ‘o stupid here. First, they can’t even be bothered to learn the proper spelling of “impeachment.” Second, they actually want Guiliani back. And lastly, they want to “impech” the President and Mayor Bloomberg for… doing their job, and defending the Constitution. The same Constitution these ignorant fuckers constantly accuse Mr. Obama of violating. Maybe they just don’t know that the First Amendment is part of the Constitution too.

Freedom is hard ain’t it, morons?


7 responses to “first, learn spelling

  1. skymyrka August 27, 2010 at 7:39 pm

    That’s what I love. You pass judgment on those people and insult them, yet you’re hosting my copyrighted photograph without permission and watermarked. More than just in poor taste in my personal opinion.

    Yes, you’re certainly ARE qualified to assess this situational (especially with use of profanity to make your point). Way to go, cowboy!

    • xero August 28, 2010 at 7:47 am

      Image removed.

      Yes, I pass judgment. I was called a traitor for simple disagreement with the last administration, but am called judgmental and a cowboy when I point out the hypocrisy and batshit insanity of these folks.

      As to qualifications. What more qualification do I need than my citizenship and the First Amendment?

    • xero August 28, 2010 at 8:47 am

      Also, too, politics aside, you take a nice photo.

  2. skymyrka August 28, 2010 at 10:29 am

    It was “stones in a glass house” kind of comment. And honestly, photos are hijacked everywhere, controlling it is a waste of time.

    Disagreeing with Administration (previous or not), building 13-story high Cordoba House on the ashes on 9/11 victims, despite large number or compromises available in terms of location on Lower Manhattan area is certainly legal and of course protected by the First Amendment. Can’t argue with that.

    World has changed since 9/11. You wish to act like there’s no moral issues here and only logistics are involved, it’s your choice and your opinion. Tolerance, however, goes both ways, and large support for this project shows little tolerance to 9/11 families or those that consider the very building that had hijacked plane’s landing gear crash through the roof and still has remains of what happened on that tragic day a National Memorial and a Sacred Ground.

    • xero August 28, 2010 at 11:18 am

      When the plans don’t include putting 50,000 square feet of retail space literally in the ground of ground zero, then we can call it Sacred. I guess building a house of ‘worship’ is okay as long as the god is money.

      There are 9/11 families that support Park51. There are a number of interfaith organizations that support Park51. To link the entirety of Islam with the actions of 19 lunatics is the epitome of intolerance.

      “Its okay if you worship, just not here,” isn’t far removed from “You can sit on the bus, just not in the front.”

  3. skymyrka August 28, 2010 at 11:40 am

    “actions of 19 lunatics is the epitome of intolerance”
    Are you serious? Where have you been for the past 9 years?

    Anyway, this country affords you freedom to be as disrespectful and misinformed as you wish to be armed with a keyboard, spellcheck and internet access.

    My only advise is, follow legal guidelines and use proper licensing for images to help you to distribute your messages of misguidance if you choose to use someone else’s work.

    • xero August 29, 2010 at 10:02 am

      “Are you serious? Where have you been for the past 9 years?” Um, yes. 19 people flew those planes. Sure they were backed by an extremist faction of Islam, just as Scott Roeder was backed by a certain faction of Christianity. Holding all of Christianity responsible for Roeders killing of a Doctor is stupid. Just as holding all persons named Tim/Timothy/McVeigh responsible for Oklahoma City. Yes, holding an entire group responsible for the actions of a few extremists IS intolerance.

      “Anyway, this country affords you freedom to be as disrespectful and misinformed as you wish to be armed with a keyboard, spellcheck and internet access.” Goes both ways, and internet access isn’t necessary to make misspelled, ignorant signs. However, if standing up FOR the document that this Country bases itself upon is misguided and disrespectful, then I am.

      My message is one of support for the Constitution and the First Amendment. Wanting to Impeach the POTUS and the Mayor of New York for actually doing their duty is misguided. Wanting to deny others the rights you enjoy because it may hurt someone’s feeling is misguided, as well as anti-American. The First Amendment only works if we allow things we don’t agree with. I loathe the KKK, but they have every right to speak their bile. I loathe republicans, but they have every right to lie and foment fear of the “other” to gain electoral advantage. I loathe religion but recognize and accept that every citizen of this Great Nation has a right to worship where, when, and how they choose.

      My apologies for using your image without a proper license.

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