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Monday, May 26, 2008

High gas prices hurt rural areas very hard

Gas prices continue to skyrocket to new highs and oil companies, supported by Bush and the Republicans, are making their profits. Rural areas, particularly the midwestern and southern states which voted Bush and the Republicans into power are learning a very harsh lesson on politics as they are being hit and backstabbed with high gas prices.

  • Rural areas are sparsely populated so people must drive farther distances to get to places.
  • Rural areas have little to more often no public transportation system. They are more dependant on cars.
  • They are more likely to drive fuel inefficient vehicles like SUVs and pickup trucks.
  • They are far more likely to live in single family houses where utilities for cooling and heating cost far more than townhouses, condos, and apartments.
  • They tend to have lower incomes, so gas prices and especially gas price hikes take out a bigger portion of their incomes.
  • Everything they do costs more with higher gas prices because it costs more to deliver items to their distant and isolated buildings like schools, stores, and hospitals. It's getting to a point where it's more financially efficient to close down essential buildings like hospitals.

It's very real the pain rural areas are facing. Here is the story of some North Dakota residents.
WILTON - Trips to the gas station are a painfully frequent part of 19-year-old Mike Stammen's far-flung life.

Stammen, who lives in Stanley but works full-time in the oil fields of eastern Montana, estimates he drives more than 400 miles a week in his Ford F-250 pickup. The cost to top off his truck's gas tank: about $125.

As a rural driver, Stammen is part of the demographic that has felt the biggest financial squeeze from rising gas prices.

A study released earlier this month by the Consumer Federation of America shows that rural households drive 15 percent more miles and spend 20 percent more on gas than their counterparts in metropolitan areas.

Because they own more pickups and other large vehicles, rural households also average 6 percent fewer miles per gallon than their counterparts in metropolitan areas, the study found.

The impact to rural drivers' pocketbooks is happening from coast to coast. But its biggest cumulative effect is felt in places like North Dakota, where a majority of the population lives in rural areas.

"Everywhere we have to go, we have to drive," Stammen said as he filled up his pickup last week at a Cenex station here. "We can't take a bus or a taxi or anything like that."

Inside the store, clerks like JoAnn Otto are on the front lines of frustration over rising fuel prices.

"People complain a lot," Otto said. "They complain a lot that they can't do much of anything else because the gas prices are so high."

She remembers one customer who blamed her personally for the price increase and threatened to call her manager.

According to the survey, they have reason to complain. Rural drivers are spending an average of 5.4 percent of their incomes on gasoline, compared to 3.5 percent for their metropolitan counterparts. This difference is due to both the higher cost of rural driving and lower average incomes among this demographic.

Keep in mind North Dakota was one of the strongest supporters of Bush in the 2000 and 2004 elections. Red rural states, you voted for Bush and the Republicans, now pay the price at the gas pump and more.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

How Republicans solve problems

The Aristocrats blogsite has a great article called "republican problem solving handbook". See for yourself the full list of how Republicans solve problems, but some of their solutions stand out more than others.

ignore it
exploit it
deny it
create intricate web of lies about it
blindly support nutjob president
build a fence around it
create an expensive fix that is at least five times worse than (the problem)
try gay sex with strangers again
ask your prostitute about it
life is short, grab it, milk it, f**k it

Great list, but here is one more to add to the list: sexually molest some underaged child.

More losses for child porn addicts

More losses here, more losses there. That's the only news you ever hear when you side with Steve Sailer and his white-wing, right-wing group. To keep you updated with current news and society, here are more losses handed to one of Steve Sailer's and many white supremacists' core audience members: the child porn addict. You know, the white male hopelessly addicted to the internet, venting his hatred and racism, and finding the most desperate means to appease his hopelessly futile sexual situation.

The U.S. Supreme Court handed another loss to child porn addicts, as they ruled (7-2) that advertising child pornography in any manner is a federal crime fully punishable by felony child pornography laws. This includes leading someone to believe you have child pornography to show or exchange.

The ruling upheld part of a 2003 law that also prohibits possession of child pornography. It replaced an earlier law the court had struck down as unconstitutional.

This really is no joke at all, as merely joking about child porn unintentionally is a felony. Meet Alex Phillips (17), a Wisconsin teenager who was arrested and facing felony child pornography charges for allegedly posting naked photos of his 16-year-old ex-girlfriend on his MySpace page.

The lesson is simple, child porn isn't worth it. Stay far away from creepy internet hatemongers like Steve Sailer, Jared Taylor, Pat Buchanan, Glenn Beck, and Rush Limbaugh, who target bitter and hateful white males having trouble socializing with females, people different from them, and mainstream society.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

More losses for the red midwestern states

When you support the right-wingers, it's incredible how much they will try to screw you over. Deborah Jeane Palfrey learned this the hard way by trying to appease the sexual appetites of the right-wingers in the D.C. area, only to be backstabbed, sent to prison, then ending her life.

Now it's time for the midwestern states, primarily the red states who voted for Bush, to have their turn. Of course, Bush and the Republicans never were friendly to the rural midwestern states, but 2008 has been especially an atrocious year for the midwesterners.

1) Tornadoes do massive damage to midwest, Bush cuts natural disaster relief aid

It's been a really rough year for the midwest, with numerous tornadoes killing scores of people and doing untold amounts of damage. Too bad for you that Bush and the Republicans have higher priorities to place desperately needed disaster aid into other agendas of their own.

2) Gas prices rise to record levels, hurting rural areas the most

Gas prices rise to record levels, but who suffers the most? It's the sparsely scattered areas in the midwest, where people must drive much farther distances to accomplish their tasks, thus burning more fuel.

But don't look to Bush and the Republicans for relief from high oil prices, as they receive way too much money from big oil companies.

3) Food prices rise to record levels, but rural areas don't profit.

Food prices are also increasing, also caused by the record high gas prices. But are midwestern farmers profiting? No, they are still losing out as revenue go toward higher gas prices. Not only that, but Bush and the Republicans have done an effective job reducing agricultural funding that would help many midwestern farmers.

4) Health care costs are hurting poor rural areas

As health care costs continue to increase, some hospitals must close down as they are becoming a financial drain. All too often, it is the small hospitals in poor rural areas that become most cost effective to shut down, as they are too sparsely scattered to justify their existence. High gas prices also place a far greater strain on rural hospitals because they are located too far out.

Midwestern red states, welcome to the world of politics. You placed Bush and the Republicans into power, now live with the consequences.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Utah becoming more diverse

Utah, the state which is most likely to vote Republican, is losing its dominance on white conservative values like cult-Christianity, polygamy, pedophilia, and suicide. Even worse for the right-wingers, these non-whites are far less likely to vote Republican and are focused on more important issues like raising children, rather than molesting and murdering them.

Census findings: Utah's ethnic makeup increasingly diverse

  • Blacks in Utah, while still a tiny fraction of the state, have almost doubled in the past eight years, the Census Bureau found. The black population grew by 8.8 percent in the year that ended July 1, while the state as a whole grew 2.6 percent.
  • Utah's varied minority groups now account for nearly 18 percent of the population but 40 percent of last year's population growth.
  • Of roughly 2.65 million Utahns last year, nearly 307,000 were Latino, according to the Census report. About 44,000 were black, including those who identify with more than one racial or ethnic group. Asians number nearly 70,000, and American Indians about 45,000. Pacific Islanders are the state's smallest minority group, at about 27,000.

No vacation when tracking white criminals

It's really tough trying to take a vacation when you are tracking the crazy white criminals which white supremacist hatemongers like Steve Sailer, Pat Buchanan, David Duke, Jared Taylor, and Rush Limbaugh continuously breed. And they say white people like them are the prototypical model families which other races need to emulate.

1) 3 dead infants found in freezer in Germany, mother arrested

OLPE, Germany - A 44-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of killing three of her babies after their bodies were discovered in the family freezer by her grown children looking for pizza, police said Monday.

Police confirmed the grisly find Sunday night in the town of Wenden, near Olpe, in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia after the woman turned herself in, officials said.

The three infants are believed to have been born alive, but authorities were awaiting autopsy results to determine how they died, said Johannes Daheim, a spokesman for prosecutors investigating the case.

The woman, her 47-year-old husband and three adult children — two sons, aged 18 and 22, and a 24-year-old daughter — have lived in the town in a single-family home since 1984.

If you think this is a mere isolated incident in white world, you will be shocked to find it is more common than you think.


It was the latest in a string of similar cases in Germany.

In the worst case, a woman was convicted of manslaughter in 2006 and sentenced to the maximum 15 years in prison for killing eight of her newborn babies and burying them in flower pots and a fish tank in the garden of her parents' home near the German-Polish border.

More recently, police in February were called to a home in northern Germany where a dead infant was discovered in the cellar.

In January, a 28-year-old German woman was charged with manslaughter after the remains of three babies were discovered in her house and the home of a relative. That woman has denied killing the babies.

2) Police in Austria: Captive had at least 6 children by her father

In neighboring white country Austria, a 73 year old white man shows his love and family values by holding his daughter captive for over 20 years, having sex with her, and producing six children in this father-daughter sexual relationship.
AMSTETTEN, Austria (CNN) -- Austrian police believe a 73-year-old man held his daughter captive in his cellar for the past two decades and fathered at least six children with her, according to police and state-run news reports Sunday.

The woman, identified as 42-year-old Elisabeth F., has been missing since 1984, when she was 18 years old, police said at a news conference.

The situation came to light earlier this month after her daughter -- a 19-year-old woman, identified as Kristen F. -- was hospitalized in Amstetten after falling unconscious, according to police.

She was admitted to a hospital in Amstetten, outside Vienna, by her grandfather with a note from her biological mother requesting help. Amstetten is a rural town about 150 km (93 miles) west of Vienna.

But police said a DNA test later revealed her grandfather, Josef F., was also her father, according to ORF, Austria's state-run news agency.

That sparked a police investigation, which revealed that Josef F. may have fathered at least six children with his daughter, forcing her and three of the surviving children to live in the cellar of his house, according to ORF's Peter Schmitzberger.

The children are now between 5 and 19 years old.