My overachieving PhD pupil, Kathy, became male for one day to see first hand how oppressive our fascist patriarchy really is.
I wept with pride at her monumental achievement.
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Sunday, February 25, 2007
Thursday, February 15, 2007
"The fact that the adult American Negro female emerges a formidable character is often met with amazement, distaste and even belligerance. It is seldom accepted as an inevitable outcome of the struggle won by survivors, and deserves respect if not enthusiastic acceptance. "More than anything else, the Presidency needs to be a place place of beauty and tranquility. So I ask you: Read those words again. Read them for their clarity. Read them for their truth. Read them for their profound depth. And read them for their beauty. They are at once sensitive and powerful.
- Maya Angelou
And I weep. For hours. Is there no better criteria for selecting a president?
And for balance on the ticket, we must have another Person of Color; another Sun Person who speaks truth to power:
"If they come, ... Sept. 11, which they are crying over and see as a big thing, will be a real picnic for them, God willing.”
- Uday Hussein
And now my tears have turned into bursts of rage, for this man has been demonized beyond all moral boundaries. But as a Vice-President, he will have a forum -- a peoples forum! -- to rise as a leader. A leadership that was stolen from him by the same monsters that stole the last two Amerikkkan elections. He was the future that was taken from us.
Technically, Mr. Hussein is dead.
The taxidermists are working on it, though.
Assuming that christianist godbags don't terminate funding for taxidermy research.
And my fingers are now hairy white prunes, having been soaked in my cascade of tears.
Posted by Professor Kurgman, PhD, PhD, PhD at 3:38 PM
Monday, February 12, 2007
Here is my assessment of all the presidential candidates; it is never too soon to start thinking about this topic.
- Understands that many Amerikkkans cannot meet the minimal standards of sustaining human life, and even more so after Katrina. He says that it is not enough to "ask what you can do for the 37 million Americans who live in poverty in your country; you should ask what you can do for the world, too."
- Will make health care universal, unlimited, and free by asking employers and taxpayers to pay for it all. Especially taxpayers.
- Accomplished trial lawyer; altruistically defends people against corporate interests.
- Former running mate of a dignified presidential candidate.
- Does not call for the immediate, right-now, withdrawal from Iraq and an apology to the Sun People.
- A womyn.
- A doer.
- We get two presidents for the price of one.
- Friend of the Arafat family in times of Zionist lies and aggression.
- Understands the subordination of so-called "individual rights" to the common good, especially when it comes to eliminating obscene oil-company profits: "We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."
- Understands the threat posed by pharmaceutical companies 'My opponent is on the side of drug companies..."
- Anti-globalization and able to give hours-long speeches on it: "In too many instances, the march to globalization has also meant the marginalization of women and girls. And that must change. "
- War-mongering war whore
Barack Hussein Obama
- Former Muslim: "Hussein".
- Clean and articulate.
- Won't take shit from enemy nations like Australia.
- Not dark enough.
- Does not call for immediate collectivization of private property and imprisonment of class enemies.
- Would end the genocidal war in Iraq right now, immediately.
- Would create a Department of Peace.
- Would criminalize speech that interferes with The Revolution.
- Would create jobs, man, by eliminating so-called "free trade".
- Passing resemblance to Ramsey Clark.
- Does not explicitly call for the destruction of The Zionist Entity.
This post will be updated as we learn more about these candidates.