Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Measuring Muhammad and Sharing Sharia

When the uninformed or complicit compare historical Judaism and/or Christianity with Islam, to show similarities and justify modern-day Islamic jihad, they are comparing apples to broccoli. Israelites were commanded to displace (annihilate) certain heathen nations, during a specific limited time, for a specific reason – to establish the national borders of the real estate promised them by God. Israel and Jews have never had a mandate or plans to annihilate anyone else. They do, however, have historic rights to possess and defend their God-given real estate.

Christians went to war during the dark ages primarily to defend those being invaded and overrun by Islamic conquest. Certain sects of state-dominated Christendom also waged conquest and persecution of Jews and other sects. This was clearly errant and not inspired by their holy book or by God. These so-called Christians were highly oxygenated morons. Christians who follow their holy book and hold to an orthodox profession have never had a mandate or plan to conquer or force their world view on anyone.

Biblical Judeo-Christianity (and coincidentally, U.S. Constitution)
Quranic/Hadithic Islam (and coincidentally, Sharia Law)

Kindness, Goodness, Gentleness
Murder of Non-believers and LGBTQ
Fear, Anger

Surrender and Allegiance
Wife and Kafir Control
If you lose your life in this world (figuratively or literally), through service of others, you gain it in the next.
If you lose your life in this world, while murdering non-believers, you gain it in the next - including 70 virgins.
Misogyny, Rape, Genital Mutilation, Child Marriage, Honor Killing
Lying to gain advantage over Kafir
Freedom of Speech
Prohibition of Dissent
Love for and Alliance with Israel and Jews
Hatred and Extermination of Jews
Tolerance/Personal Choice within the Law
Human Trafficking, Slavery

See All the Above
Theocracy and Fascism
Respect for Government & Governed
Refusal to Integrate & Terrorism
Muslims, on the other hand, have a clear mandate from their holy book and related writings and an historical example set by their prophet, for all time and in every place - to annihilate Jews and dissolve the nation of Israel, and to force their world view on people of other faiths under threat of exploitation or death. This is unique among all major religions.

The only difference between a Muslim extremist and other Muslims is their relative willingness to follow the Quran.

Why are some self-termed fair minded among us so intent on receiving a large influx of Muslims, despite the woes of several nations in Europe who have already done so? Michael Savage summed it up best: “Islamists are chopping off limbs and heads while our boys are shrieking at the drop of a micro-aggression.”

Why are  those self-termed fair minded partisans also arguing that it is cruel and isolationist to prevent said influx of Muslims into the U.S.?

Answer 1: Ignorance

Answer 2: Sophistry

Next Post: Sophistry and its many uses in political discourse and liberal indoctrination...

Thursday, October 13, 2016

My Concealed Weapon Just Killed Someone!

Attention. Attention. THIS IS A DRILL. The following is a hypothetical simulation.

Last night my sweetheart and I were walking through a parking garage in downtown West Palm Beach after eating a killer dinner at a new foo foo restaurant. As we approached our car we heard a woman screaming. I peered through the guardrails into the parking floor 1/2 level above ours. A woman was struggling to free herself from a man who had his arm wrapped around her chest and neck. Her screams quieted to muffled groans and labored gasps for air.

I yelled, "Hey! Let her go!"

The man looked at me and shouted, "Allahu Akbar!"

I drew my concealed weapon and ran between our car and the next to get as close as I could. The assailant was turned sideways to me so all I could see was his left arm around the woman. He suddenly let go of her, grabbed a handful of the hair on the back of her head, and slammed her face down on the hood of the car that was backed into the space beside them. He then raised a machete with his right hand. I had no other choice but to try for a head shot.

As I ran to the end of our level and turned the corner to ascend to the scene, my ears were ringing. Usually, at the range, two layers of hearing protection protect my already diminished hearing. The assailant lay in a heap on the floor. The bullet had entered his left temple, and the cranial pressure wave had popped his right eyeball out of his head. The lady sat on the floor a few feet away, sobbing and wailing in terror.

If this scenario were to really happen, I would be questioned, my firearm would be confiscated for an investigation, and ultimately, I would go on with life as usual. Protecting my own or another person's life, by use of lethal force if necessary, is legal in Florida...

Attention. Attention. THIS IS A DRILL. The following is a hypothetical simulation.

Consider a very different scenario. I'm in a family planning clinic, sitting next to a doctor, who is seated on a stool in front of a young woman giving birth. The doctor carefully aids the little bundle along its journey into the world. A new life is entering the atmosphere. Oooh, here come the shoulders...oh man, the arms are almost out!

The doctor cradles the tiny little head in his gloved left hand. He tells the woman to relax as much as she can. He then picks up a scalpel from the tray. As he guides the scalpel toward the top of this little human head, I draw my concealed pistol. But I holster it, heart pounding in my chest, and look away. I want to explode. This is murder. It is a horrific nightmare. How is this happening?

Let me ask you: Would it have been legal to stop the doctor with lethal force? Should it be? According to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, if I had stopped the doctor, I would be tried and convicted of murder. According to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, partial-birth abortion should be legal, which makes any act to stop said abortion illegal. If Hillary Clinton is elected, she will fight to ensure partial-birth abortion is legal, and if she can't achieve it by executive order or swaying Congress, she will appoint Supreme Court judges who will find a way to conclude that partial-birth abortion is a constitutional right.

Hillary Clinton has always admired Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, who wrote and spoke extensively on her dream of reducing the population of African Americans via abortion. Black lives do matter, but not to Margaret Sanger, one of Hillary Clinton's heroes.

Under the presidencies of Trump, Cruz, Rubio, Paul, Fiorina, Christie, Kasich, Santorum, Bush, Huckaby, or Jindall (or any other republicans I can't remember right now), partial birth abortion would most likely not be legalized, despite the continued attempts by progressives (i.e., most Democrat politicians and now a code word for Marxists) and secular humanists.

So under an other-than-Hillary Clinton presidency, there is a good chance I could have saved that hypothetical baby. As the doctor guided the scalpel into the tender, fuzzy scalp, I could have (and would, if certain it was legal to do so), splattered the doctor's brains all over the death chamber's wall.

Is there really a difference between the half-born baby human, and the blood-spattered young woman who almost got her head chopped off? Hillary Clinton thinks so. If she gets elected, doctors like Kermit Gosnell will thrive, baby body parts will be farmed like Nebraska corn, and we bitter clingers won't be able to do a damn thing about it.

On a lighter note, GET OUT AND VOTE!

Attention. Attention. THE DRILL IS COMPLETE.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Interview with a Victim of CLIMATE CHANGE - Caution: Not Suitable for Children

Yesterday I had the opportunity to visit a friend of a friend in the hospital. She was gracious enough to allow me to ask her a few questions and publish her story. It wasn't easy for her, and it wasn't easy for me to see her in the shape she was in or to hear the horrific details. Her name has been changed to, "Sally," to protect her privacy. Sally struggled to speak and was in tremendous pain so we took frequent breaks.This is now the interview went:

Bungus: Sally, I really appreciate you letting me get your story out. I think it will help prevent other people from going through similar tragedies. Are you ready to begin?

Sally: Yes.

Bungus: So can you tell me, in as much detail as you're comfortable with, what happened to you?

Sally: Ok. Well, last Friday night I was at home, watching television. My husband was at work, just closing up his shop.

Bungus: Sorry to interrupt, Sally, but what does your husband do?

Sally: He bakes cakes for LGBTQ weddings. He lets his employees off early on Friday so they can enjoy their weekends.

Bungus: Ok, sorry again for interrupting you. Please go on.

Sally: I was watching Fox News. I had given up on Fox a while back when they came out against my guy but came home to Fox when they started endorsing the savior of mankind, Donald Trump, and badmouthing those idiot God-and-guns purist conservatives. Suddenly I heard the back door open, but it wasn't the usual sound - it sounded like it had been broken open. I called [my husband's] name and asked if it was him. No one said anything back. So I started dialing 911, knowing the police would get to my house in less than 30 seconds to save me, but before I could hit the call button, it ran at me and tackled me. It hit me several times. That's all I remember until I woke up tied to my bed.

Bungus: So who, or what, did this to you? Do you feel comfortable saying who it was?

Sally: Oh, it wasn't a person.

Bungus: What do you mean, Sally?

Sally: It was climate change.

Bungus: Wait a minute. You're saying climate change brutalized you?

Sally: Yes. At first I didn't know who or what it was. So I asked it...let's say, 'him,' why he was doing this to me and what he wanted. He said I was a climate change denier and that he was going to treat me like an infidel unless I started to believe that he was more dangerous than ISIS. I didn't know what he meant until he climbed on top of me. At this point I realized I was naked.

Bungus: I'm so sorry. If you want to take another break, we can.

Sally: No, I'd rather get this over with. It's very difficult to think about. I looked at the clock and wondered why my husband wasn't home. Climate change must have noticed and told me he had killed my husband by chopping his head off. I started screaming and he just hit me with something that looked like a sooty tailpipe. My left eye started to bleed and swelled shut. He continued to rape me for five days, about ten times a day. Then the others came in the room.

Bungus: Which others?

Sally: First capitalism came in and raped me and broke two of my fingers. He kept saying I was evil and deserved to be treated like an animal. He asked me where my money was so I told him and he stole everything - my jewelry, money, clothing, china and flatware, everything. He even pulled my teeth out and pried the gold fillings and crowns off. That's what happened to my teeth.

Bungus: You said 'they.' Who else?

Sally: A gun. It came in and hit me over the head and then shot me in the leg. Oh the pain was unbearable. I was so humiliated and in so much pain.

Bungus: You mean someone shot you?

Sally: No, the gun shot me. He threatened to shoot me again, just for fun. But climate change told him not to and that I would not be useful any more to him or capitalism for pleasure.

Bungus: O, dear God, Sally, how horrible. I can't even imagine.

Sally: This went on with the three of them joking and eating in front of me the whole time. Whenever they felt the need, the two would rape me, as the gun looked on with an evil smirk. I wanted to die so badly. If I could have, I would have asked for the Air Force to just bomb my house. I didn't think mentally and emotionally I would survive, but God helped me through it. One time as it was happening I was praying for someone to save me and as I looked out the window, I thought I saw Ted Cruz watching. I wasn't sure, but it looked like he was touching himself.

Bungus: So how did it all end? Who found you?

Sally: After about a week, I heard sirens and suddenly several men dressed in black, with masks on, broke in to the house and hit climate change and capitalism over the head with little cast iron replicas of Fiat electric cars.

Bungus: What about the gun?

Sally: It escaped out the window. I think Ted Cruz might have helped it escape.

Bungus: So who were the masked men?

Sally: The first one to take his mask off was Jose. He said he was an undocumented immigrant from Guatemala. He was so nice. Then the others took their masks off: President Obama, John Kerry, George Clooney, Matt Damon, and Bill Clinton. Mr. Clinton kept looking at me so I asked if someone would please cover me with a blanket. They let me ride in their SUV to the hospital. On the way Mrs. Obama gave me an arugula salad and said she actually liked me even though I'm white.

Bungus: Wow. It sounds like they really were heroes!

Sally: Well, until we got to the hospital.

Bungus: What do you mean?

Sally: Mr. Obama said he was going to get rid of climate change so other people wouldn't be treated like me. And he said he was going to punish anyone who didn't believe climate change was worse than ISIS. Then it happened.

Bungus: What happened?

Sally: Mr. Kerry asked me if I believed it. I asked him, 'What'? He said, 'That climate change is worse than ISIS.' I wasn't sure what to say. I just sat there, wondering why he would ask me that. I started to answer him and Matt Damon yelled at me, 'So, do you'? I was scared. I said, 'I don't know.' So they threw me out of the car in front of the emergency room.

Sally is still recovering in the hospital. She wants the  whole world to know her story so other innocent  people aren't captured, enslaved, tortured, starved, humiliated, raped, robbed, shot or decapitated by climate change or capitalism or guns, or left to suffer by the creepy lying perverted Canadian citizen insider politician wishy washy RINO Ted Cruz, whose father helped kill JFK. Please pass this on and talk with your friends, relatives and children. Together, we can make a difference.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

David Servant's Biblical View of Voting

For Whom Should You Vote? Part 1

by David Servant

It is said the wise avoid discussions about religion and politics. The reason is because people can be passionate, and thus unbending, about religious and political convictions, and the inevitable consequence of heated discussions is broken friendships. So if you want to preserve your relationships with friends who might differ on religion or politics, avoid those subjects we are told.
That piece of advice, I think, contains some truth. Obviously, however, mature and gracious people can discuss topics of disagreement without harming their relationships. It is only the immature who can't respectfully disagree. Moreover, humble people love to have their personal convictions challenged, as they realize that they could be wrong. To thus avoid any and all discussions about religion and politics betrays that I think that all people, including myself, are immature and ungracious.
That being so, rather than advising you to avoid all discussions about politics and religion, I suggest you only avoid such discussions with boneheads (assuming that you yourself are not a bonehead).
Concerning discussions about religion, if you are a follower of Jesus, there is even more reason not to avoid such discussions, because Jesus commanded His followers to do so. Additionally, everyone who truly believes in Jesus naturally would like to tell every unbeliever about Jesus in hopes of leading some to eternal life. The only thing that hinders us from doing just that is unbelievers' obvious resistance, and the fact is, Jesus does not want us to waste our time trying to persuade boneheads, people whom He referred to as dogs and pigs:
Do not give what is holy to dogs, and do not throw your pearls before swine, or they will trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you to pieces (Matt. 7:6).
Of course, when it comes to sharing the gospel, in order to identify a "spiritual swine," you must gently toss an initial pearl to observe your listener's reaction. A trampling of your first pearl tells you all you need to know. But if your listener shows any degree of humility or respect, that is a sign to continue gently tossing additional pearls his or her way. The key word is "gently." As Peter admonished: "Always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence" (1 Pet.3:15, emphasis added).

You probably guessed from the title of this e-teaching that my main topic is not religion, but rather politics, and I'm wading into the subject because I believe it to be important, and I hope that my readership includes very few boneheads. (And this, I promise, is the last time I will mention the word bonehead.)
Politics are currently dominating the news and social media here in the U.S. In November, American citizens will be electing 470 very powerful people. The decisions of those 470 people will affect us, our children and our grandchildren, to a degree like no others. It is not an exaggeration to say that their decisions will affect the entire world for a long time to come. Those decision-makers will be a new president, 435 U.S. representatives and 34 U.S. senators. And all American citizens have the right to help determine who those people will be.
Not all professing Christians believe that voting is important. That is obvious, because millions of them don't vote. During the 2012 presidential elections, 25 million professing U.S. Christians who were registered to vote did not vote. Just a small percentage of that 25 million could have completely changed 2012's election results.
Why didn't they vote? I've heard at least 5 reasons:
1.) Some believe that elections are rigged and that the winning candidates are preselected by a secret society. So no one's votes make any difference. Elections are a huge fraud that fool all of the campaign workers and contributors, voters, and the candidates themselves.
In my humble opinion, that kind of fraud would be difficlt to pull off. There may be some local election fraud, but not on the scale of winning candidates being preselected by a secret society. Even conspiracy theorists consider that a conspiracy theory. But the people who believe such conspiracies tend to display some degree of boneheadishness (note I did not use the wordbonehead), so I won't try to persuade them otherwise.
2.) Some professing Christians don't vote because their vote is just one of millions. One vote doesn't change an election.
Those kinds of non-voters unwittingly reveal their lack of love for what is right. What is right is that every voter receives one vote so that his or her opinion counts just as much as everyone else's. That is the only fair way. If there are 100 million voters, each vote determines 1/100 millionth of the outcome. If you don't vote because your vote has so little influence on the outcome, do you believe that your vote should carry more influence than everyone else's? How is that fair? And how is that not a little prideful?
Moreover, Christians who don't vote because their vote "carries so little influence" actually do vote by their non-vote. Imagine an election with 5 voters and 2 candidates. 1 person votes for Candidate A, 2 vote for Candidate B, and 2, who would have preferred Candidate A, don't vote. The majority of voters preferred Candidate A, but Candidate B wins the election because 2 voters didn't vote. Clearly, their non-vote influenced the outcome of the election. Their non-vote turned out to be a vote for Candidate B.
3.) Some Christians don't vote because they say we ought to focus on preaching the gospel since the gospel, in their minds, is the only thing that really changes people and society.
Of course, there is no doubt that the gospel has the potential to do much more for the temporal and eternal wellbeing of people than anything else. But are preaching the gospel and doing other things that can benefit people mutually exclusive? I would suggest that they are mutually inclusive.
All of the good things that Christians do are part of "letting our light shine" with the hopes of softening unbelievers' hearts towards the gospel. Voting intelligently and morally, and respectfully explaining our choices to those who might differ, can be a means of letting our lights shine.
I have to wonder, do those who claim that we should not vote because we ought to focus on preaching the gospel because it is the only thing that really changes people and society, do they not do anything else that might benefit others other than preach the gospel? If so, they prove that they really don't believe what they say regarding voting.
Moreover, by their non-voting, Christians, who had they voted would hopefully have considered the moral implications of their vote, may well inadvertently cast votes for the worst candidates. So their act of non-voting is actually a vote to harm others rather than help them. How does that fit with preaching the gospel? In fact, in the worst case scenario, a non-vote can become a vote that is a vote against the gospel if elected officials enact and enforce laws that hinder the gospel's spread. What does God think of the person who preaches the gospel to save people from their sins but who votes (by his non-vote) for leaders who promote the spread of sin? A Christian who doesn't vote is like an animal lover who drowns cats.
If I witness someone being murdered as I'm walking along the road, my calling to spread the gospel does not exempt me from responsibility to do what I can do to save the one I see being murdered. The Christian who walks by on the other side and says to himself, "I have a higher calling to preach the gospel, and besides, the gospel is really the true solution to the problem of murder, so I won't entangle myself in any lesser solution," is failing to obey the fundamental commandment to love his neighbor as himself.
Voting can be an act of loving your neighbor as yourself. Voting can be a good work. Good works are what Christians are supposed to do.
4.) Some Christians don't vote because they say that Christians should have nothing to do with the kingdoms of this world. They are citizens of God's kingdom, and true Christians have no interest in earthly kingdoms. Besides, there is no commandment in the Bible that instructs Christians to vote they say.
Of course, neither is there any commandment that forbids Christians to vote, so that nullifies the last part of that argument.
And the Person who heads God's kingdom certainly seems interested in the kingdoms of this world. He, according to Paul, established every one of them:
Every person is to be in subjection to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist are established by God. Therefore whoever resists authority has opposed the ordinance of God; and they who have opposed will receive condemnation upon themselves (Rom. 13:1-2).
Although we are not required by law to vote, it seems clear that the leaders whom God has placed over us expect us to vote. So how can we claim to be submitted to our God-established authorities if we don't vote? And how can we thus claim to be submitted to God?
Moreover, Paul wrote that "there is no authority except from God, and those that exist are established by God." Therefore, each citizen's right to vote is authority granted by God. That is indisputable. God has ordained that some nations be ruled by sovereigns, selfish and less selfish, and some be ruled by elected representatives. In the latter, God has given authority to the citizens by means of the right to elect their government representatives. Should we neglect exercising our God-given authority, and in so doing, help promote unrighteousness?
Christians are often quick to say that God will hold government leaders accountable for how they use or abuse their authority. But will God not hold each one of us accountable for our use or abuse of our God-given authority to elect the best representatives?
Paul continues in his discourse about human governmental leaders:
For rulers are not a cause of fear for good behavior, but for evil. Do you want to have no fear of authority? Do what is good and you will have praise from the same; for it is a minister of God to you for good. But if you do what is evil, be afraid; for it does not bear the sword for nothing; for it is a minister of God, an avenger who brings wrath on the one who practices evil. Therefore it is necessary to be in subjection, not only because of wrath, but also for conscience' sake. For because of this you also pay taxes, for rulers are servants of God, devoting themselves to this very thing. Render to all what is due them: tax to whom tax is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honor to whom honor (Rom. 13:3-7).
Paul apparently did not believe that Christians should have nothing to do with earthly kingdoms. We all live under God-established earthly kingdoms who are ruled by people whom Paul twice referred to as "ministers of God" and once as "servants of God" within the passage we just read. (Of course, there is biblical support for civil disobedience, when earthly rulers require us to disobey God. But this is not the subject of Paul's discussion.) Earthly governments are obviously, to a degree, part of God's kingdom. The two cannot be separated.
5.) Some do not vote because they say that Jesus was not involved in politics, so we should follow His example. And by the way, neither was Peter, Paul, James, John, or Jude involved in politics.
Of course, Jesus never drove a car, kissed His spouse, or wrote an email. The reason is not because those things are wrong in God's eyes. Rather, Jesus had no opportunity to do those things. Should we, who do have the opportunity to kiss our spouses, follow Jesus' example and not kiss our spouses? Are we to think that Jesus, Peter, John or Paul, had they lived under a God-established political system that would have offered them the opportunity to vote for their government leaders, would not have voted?
Again, Paul certainly did not believe that Christians should have no involvement with earthly kingdoms. He admonished believers in his day to pray for those who held political authority, and for a moral reason: "That we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity" (1 Tim. 2:1-2).
Paul believed that our prayers could affect political leaders to the end that they might make morally-wise decisions. If Paul's contemporary readers had possessed the right to determine, by their votes, who held political office, can you imagine Paul writing to them and saying:
Pray for those in authority so we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity...but don't bother praying for wisdom regarding whom you should elect to rule over you that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity. In fact, don't vote at all. Leave that to the ungodly people?
Government is centered around morality, as government determines through legislation what is right and wrong for its citizens. Think of the more controversial acts of legislation that have been passed by our government leaders over the past few years. All of them are moral issues concerning which God has an opinion. Should those people whose moral opinions most closely align with God's, to whom He has given the authority of one vote that helps determine the moral outcomes of our nation's legislation, neglect their God-given authority, while godless people use their God-given authority of one vote to promote what God hates?
For whom should you vote? Here's the first rule: Vote for someone! --- David

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Did You Use a Jack-O-Lantern?

I hope you joined with me in boycotting the use of jack-o-lanterns this Halloween. They've been frowned upon by our President and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). You know, as well as I do, that they contribute to Global Warming (capitalized because it is now not only a proper noun, it is a major world-wide religion).

Pumpkins decompose, just like watermelon rinds, corn husks, bean and pea pods, squash skins, apple peels, nut shells, lettuce cores, onion skins, garlic skins, pineapple rinds and cores, mango skins, coffee grounds, tea leaves, and the human excrement they all produce, into methane gas. Methane gas contributes to the accelerated demise of our beautiful planet, Gaia. Mother Gaia is getting a bad sunburn because of our consumptive and energy-intensive lifestyles. And pumpkins are really taking their toll.

Another obvious reason not to use jack-o-lanterns is the burning of candles inside them. We all know that burning candles (which is what we will all be doing when we put coal-powered electric generation out of business, as there will be a shortage of electricity) contributes to Gaia's sunburn.

Now, if you're like me, you cook the pumpkin and enjoy its sweet, beta carotene-rich flesh, in the form of pies, squash-like side dishes, etc. This causes two problems which the unwashed masses seem to overlook:

1) The energy used in cooking the squash contributes, indirectly, to Gaia's sunburn.

2) The human flatulence contributes directly to Gaia's sunburn, and the burning of scented candles also contributes directly to Gaia's sunburn.

The bottom line is, if you used a jack-o-lantern this Halloween, you're not only a Satan worshipper, you're an earth hater and an as*h*le.

By the way, did you get to dip into your kids' cache of sugar?

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Best Pot Scrubber Ever

Chuck e Cheese token.

If you burn some black soot onto a pan because you forgot to turn the stove burner off when the broccoli was done steaming and the water all dried up, here's what to do:

1) Soak bottom of pot in soapy water, oven cleaner, or white vinegar (full strength).

2) Wait over night.

3) Scrape with a Chuck e Cheese token.


Clean pan, guilt-free junk storage of that Chuck e Cheese token you've been thinking about throwing away.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Nazarene...a poem

I’ve turned my water into wine
Her head’s in the TV
Kids’ brains soaking in jars of formadevideohyde
Little boys spread out on crosses
Little girls spread out on beds
Bloody sandals stepping over bloody heads

I’m dead
But writing this
You’re dead
But reading it
What can be done?
Never less than nothing
Always more than nothing

Nails piercing into little wrists
Penises ripping into little wombs
Machetes chopping through cracking bones
You’re making me sick as you read this
I’m making you sick because all I can do
Is write these trite, easy little words
Or is it?

I can’t do much
But donate to those who will take the place of those who should
Those who can have their hands tied
And their balls soaking in jars of formaldehyde
And you and I will plug our ears and cover our eyes
And leave the voting to the dead
And pray when we see the spray paint on our thresholds