Friday, August 10, 2007

This guy is an asshole

I don't need to read this article to say that either:

Stu Bykofsky | To save America, we need another 9/11

A brief excerpt for anyone not convinced:
ONE MONTH from The Anniversary, I'm thinking another 9/11 would help America.

What kind of a sick bastard would write such a thing?

A bastard so sick of how splintered we are politically - thanks mainly to our ineptitude in Iraq - that we have forgotten who the enemy is.

It is not Bush and it is not Hillary and it is not Daily Kos or Bill O'Reilly or Giuliani or Barack. It is global terrorists who use Islam to justify their hideous sins, including blowing up women and children.

Iraq has fractured the U.S. into jigsaw pieces of competing interests that encourage our enemies. We are deeply divided and division is weakness.

Okay how fuckin' stupid are we? WE LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY PEOPLE! That means division is not only good, it's normal. We're not supposed to be a country full of sheep that have a guy in the big white house that tells all the peoples how to live and be good patriots. We live in a country built on the basic idea that more ideas make for better ideas. With those ideas come conflict. That's why this country became a political party system, because it became obvious to early politicians that you could draw a line of division that represents several people's main viewpoint and puts support behind ideas and helps make policy more acceptable to the population. Political parties were never intended, at least by the framers of the Constitution(noticed they aren't mentioned), to be what they've become today. But regardless, what we have now are two organizations that represent the interests of different individuals. A better system would have more options(see Australia), but one choice is certainly not the answer.

Now for the obvious. For someone to actually think that the deaths of thousands of people on American soil is an answer to anything other than fear and terror is a fucking idiot. There are few times when I believe that someone's words should physically hurt them. While I generally feel that most of our big names in the news are fools playing with themselves for a bit more camera time, this guy really deserves a punch in the nuts for writing this crap. Why don't you join an al Qaida camp Stu, maybe they'd appreciate your plan more. Stupid fucking moron.

UPDATE: Here's my email to Stu
Thanks for letting us know how you feel about baseball games and unity. Your article was so concise, I read every word in complete understanding of how you feel. Never before have I been able to enter the mind of a complete moron who actually believes that 9/11 accomplished anything good. I mean, what about all the good things Hitler did? But to stand on firm ground and admit to the entire world that you are the stupidest man alive is something to be admired in a way that well... can I punch you in the nuts? That's really the only way I can show gratitude for the wonderful feelings of resent and angst that you've spawned in me. Perhaps a possible alternative would be if you could put yourself on youtube attempting to drown yourself in an aquarium full of sewage. That could work too. Then everyone can have the satisfaction of knowing that not only are you completely moronic in understanding the difference between unity and fear, but we'll also know that it's good fun to watch you shoot yourself in the face.

I was thinking about the duality of consciousness and how in reality, each and every one of us is just an endless sideshow of squabbles internally. How can we possibly be strong Americans when there is internal conflict tearing everything apart. Not to mention those people with allergies, if I want to eat peanuts and my body disagrees, how can I stop this insurgency? Perhaps with another jar of peanut butter or in the case of the mind a frontal lobotomy. Yes, being forced to make choices in this grownup world is just too much for people like us Stu. We need to go back to the sandbox and remember the good ol' days when you couldn't go any further than your harness allowed. And the helmet was there to keep you safe. You did wear a harness and helmet growing up didn't you? I'm just making that assumption.

Everything would just work out better really if we had a dictatorship, like Bush suggested his first year in office. Then we'd really be afraid to disagree. I mean, why would anyone ever want to protest the ongoing deaths of Americans overseas? Don't they realize that attacking a country that poses little threat to us and then subjugating a puppet authority under the guise of sovereignty is going to take longer than 7 games? Well you can help us do it Stu. Start manufacturing the weaponized anthrax everyone forgot happened. That's the voice of a true patriot... or traitor, whatever. It's all the same to you right Stu?

You're either for 9/11 or against it. And to those people at ground zero, well just think of the fun they had. "The Golden Gate Bridge. Mount Rushmore. Chicago's Wrigley Field. The Philadelphia subway system. The U.S. is a target-rich environment for al Qaeda." Thanks for letting them know. Now people in San Fran or Chicago can really enjoy the party of watching innocent people die for what seems to them like no apparent reason. And we'll know who are enemy is: Stu Bykofsky.

-I'd sign my name, but it's four letters long, that might confuse you

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