Friday, October 13, 2006

>>>Civilized<<< Gangsters???

There is something that has been nagging at me for awhile now. There is a comparison that I want to point out. I know this may seem a bit far-fetched, but bear with me. Oh and trust me, you won't see this coming!


1. Group of troublemaking young people: a group of young people who spend time together for social reasons and may engage in delinquent behavior.

2. Group of criminals: a group of people who work together for some criminal or antisocial purpose.

3. Group of workers: a group of people working together, especially a group of laborers.

Attack in gang: To attack somebody as a group.

Encarta ® World English Dictionary

Usually people in gangs are willing to commit unspeakable acts. Violence, uncaring, willing to do bodily harm to forcefully take something that belongs to others. A person or people could end up hurt in a hospital or worse (dead in a morgue).

It's things like this that disgust me. That a group of people can gang up on someone, to get something that does not belong to them. What purpose does this hold? Does it make them feel like men?

I don't think a real man would do such a thing.

A real man would help, rather than destroy our community....Right?

Well here is another example of a different gang of sorts!

This gang is destroying our community in a different way. They get you to vote for members of there party, and say they will do there best to help you. They make all of these promises, and don't carry them out (most of the time they don't even fulfill there promises) until damn near there next election campaign. They are always asking to raise our taxes, and then for a pay raise afterwards. They get way too much money if you ask me.

We pay them to talk about improving our government, our country, our community, but they don't do anything unless they get what they want in return (you scratch my back, and i'll scratch yours).

Now we know they don't commit murder, but they would murder a rival party member's career (scandal) if they had the opportunity to. C'mon you remember Watergate, White Water, and Monica Lewinski...Right?

Republican and Democrat they are like rivaling gangs (Bloods and Crips), vying for territory. In this case, the presidency and power over the House of and the Senate. They won't hesitate to bash on one another, while wasting our hard earned money (taxes). With all of the nonsense and the investigations they are slowly and surely beating us down and taking our money from us.


Enroll or take on somebody: to enroll somebody as a worker or member, or to take on people as workers or members.

Encarta ® World English Dictionary

Well you can't elect a government official without recruiting people to help you to get re-elected. They do all of the hard work, while the politician does all of the talking and hand-shaking. Gang members recruit members too. They convince a potential member that everything is cool and that it's like a family, when in actuality it's not. In the end it's every person for themselves.

Where is your gang at when you need them most?

Where is that politician at after you get him re-elected?

Then there is graffiti!

Even politicians have graffiti. Every election year, they bust out those signs and plaster them to just about every possible surface they can find. Now they ask people to put signs in there front lawns. Think its not graffiti. Well there is a town in my city that has made it law that those signs cannot be put up until 45 days before the election. Personally I would just ban them all together, there like an eye sore.

If any kind of difference is being made, it's being done slowly. Every time we elect one party to take control over the other, it's like we are taking one step forward and two steps back. One party does one thing right, the other comes along and says that it's wrong and they'll do it there way.

Global warming: One party thinks it exists and the other thinks it's not happening.

I will NOT vote, as long as these differences of opinions and the lack of making up ones mind exist, because we as a people (as the Human Race) are heading for trouble at the rate we are going and I don't want anything to do with it. I will just live in my little part of the world.

I WILL NOT VOTE! So stop trying to get me to! If so I will send you a copy of this blog post!


Just because you were a three piece suit, doesn't mean you civilized. Just because you carry a gun and force your will on another doesn't make you a man. Stop fighting and taking and help one another instead!


Anonymous said...

I wear suits and carry a .357. Wanna frisk me? ::smirks:::

ChasingMoksha said... are taking a stand.....LOL! I think many of the people in power are THUGS and they attempt to divert that fact by calling others the very same thing.

Good for you.

Serra said...

I was once told that if you don't vote, you can't bitch about it later.

Funny, but it doesn't hold back my bitching at all...

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~Rebecca Anne~ said...

Hey You :o) Long time, no visit, I know, but I'm back in town for awhile so it's catching up time!

Hmmmm, using your voice and taking a stance is certainly our greatest liberty. One voice....can carry far beyond the sound. I have heard you and I admire that!

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Ari said...

I'd have to agree for the most part. There are a few politicians that are good guys, but yeah, they're few and far between.


Kelly said...

funny how politicians really think they are going to succeed in getting something new done. like our political system hasn't been bogged down by red tape for the last 30 years!

Chris said...

Very interesting analogy, Charles. You made some very good points.

I would take exception to the vote boycott, because it just gives one less person in the pool trying to do the right thing. If all the people with good intentions don't vote, the only ones voting will be those with bad intentions.

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