Sunday, January 08, 2006



If the truth were told, Weird Wally is feeling a bit overwhelmed.

When there were only a few bad guys, they were easy to track, follow and remember.

But now, it is more then Karl Rove, Dick Cheney and Scooter Libby.

Of late, WW has had to know about Jack Abramoff, Tom DeLay, Grover Norquist and a host of other Republican Top gunz in Washington.

And the more that is revealed about the neo-con agenda, the more that WW understands the bigger picture.

And from the time the ancestors of our founding fathers stepped foot onto Plymouth Rock, we’ve had not another framework…

Until now.

What do you believe?

The American Right Wing

Consider the possibility that by logging onto this site for free, you will better understand why the neo-cons in Washington who don’t want you to believe in evolution and survival of the fittest, because they do!

Should the “natural forces” of a “free market economy” be allowed to accumulate debt and enslave those who have yet to be born and make a choice?

Property rights rule and if you don’t own it you don’t count for crap, and why should you?

And if you don’t own property or stocks, then shut the fuck up and step to the back of the bus…

Bye for now…

6 comments:

Kathy said...

This complicated tangle may be the primary reason that more people aren't paying attention to the cesspool in Washington. I can't bring myself to read detailed articles on the Abramoff corruption trail, so it's hard to imagine those who aren't interested in politics doing so.

And the Repubs like it that way. They keep everyone confused and get away with their stealth assault on freedom and opportunity.

Blogenfreude said...

We're from the NSA, and we're here to help you.

Craig said...

The Abramoff scandal is very much like the Randy Cunningham scandal. It's interesting that Cunningham wasn't caught by big star reporters for CNN or the New York Times. The guys that found what Cunningham was up to work for the San Diego Union-Tribune. How did they do it? One of them got suspicious when he realized Cunningham wasn't always true to his word and that he had a mean streak that didn't fit his public persona. All the reporter did was to start checking public records and among the records he checked were those that involved real estate deals. The rest is history.

The Bush Administration has gotten away with a lot simply because there are too many big name reporters who don't do their work anymore. Don't underestimate what clicking on Google News can turn up with a little persistence and imagination.

And the Abramoff scandal isn't difficult to explain. Most people remember one kid in their neighborhood or school who was the rich kid with all the cool toys. You could play with his toys but only on one condition: you played by the rules of the rich kid. And if you didn't like it, you didn't get to play with the fancy toys. Sometimes the kids would laugh at you for not 'getting it.' That's how the current leadership of the Republican party plays.

I hope your site prospers. Good luck. And I'll be back.

jamal said...

"Property rights rule and if you don’t own it you don’t count for crap, and why should you?"

you said it!

Pissedoffcabbie said...

That's right, get to the back of the bus, and keep your mouth shut. Useless eaters are to be seen, and not heard.

"If my thought-dreams could be seen, they'd probably put my head in a guillotine, but it's all right, ma, it's life and life only". -Bob Dylan

welcome to wallyworld said...

I know what you mean brother!