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Ideas and Beliefs

-by Kid Bucket-

I know it’s been a while since I wrote for haitibabies. I recently got a new job at Disney as a Jungle Cruise Skipper and with the training and everything that’s where most of my time has been going.

In the military there were few sayings that I have liked enough to use as a civilian, but one of the ones I liked the most was “Good Initiative, Bad Judgment”. Oh, you wanted to vacuum the floor? Good initiative. You did it when there was a meeting going on in the room you decided to vacuum? Bad judgment.

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The last one before Iowa… thank god…

-by Kid Bucket-

Will Romney be able to get voters to forget “The Bet”?

Will Newt finally falter?

Will Ron Paul continue his candidacy as America’s Grandpa?

Find out tonight on Fox News at 9 P.M. Eastern!

As always I will be tweeting the debate. I know reader Matt Ferrara likes my debate coverage, so I’m going for two readers tonight!

Follow it at @haitibabies!

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Hypocrighticals

-by Kid Bucket-

I wish I had a dollar for every time I found a glaring act of hypocrisy in politics, but if I did I would still be depressed over the amount of glaring acts of hypocrisy in todays political world. If you could boil down the two halves of the political spectrum, they would be GOP=Small Government/States Rights and Democrats=Big Government. In recent days though, this could not be further from the truth. The party of small government been displaying its dismay for their party’s own reason for being, making known that they believe in personal freedoms only as long as those freedoms are the ones they agree with as well.

Yesterday, the GOP-controlled House passed a bill that would effectively take away the a state’s right to make its own concealed carry laws. This is the exact opposite of what the GOP says they believe in, but it’s not like this is a new development. This type of legislation can go hand in hand with the Defense of Marriage Act, which is bad legislation and a quick reaction to a problem that didn’t exist outside the minds of the religious right. Not to mention the various “Small-Government” legislators who try to outlaw abortion as well as birth control.

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What’s funny is really funny unless it’s not funny then it’s wrong.

-by Kid Bucket-

Comedy.

It’s a very hard thing to categorize generally, from person to person. For example, A Fish Called Wanda is a hilarious movie (if you disagree you are wrong and we will take this out back and fight to the death like gentlemen) but not everyone likes Bored to Death (which just means you don’t get it and are dumb). Other than what not liking these two examples says about you, if you don’t think something is funny doesn’t mean it’s not comedy. South Park has been proving this for years, with just about every group of people on earth. I have laughed at every single episode of South Park I have ever seen, even the episode about gingers not having souls (it’s not as funny now, thanks people who think that repeating everything you hear ad nauseum is still hilarious I’M RICK JAMES BITCH!). But I am sure there are some Catholics who don’t like “Red Hot Catholic Love”, and some Mormons who don’t like “All About Mormons”.

I would mention Scientologists and “Trapped in the Closet”, but Tom Cruise would probably just sue me in England.

Which brings me to my point…

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