There are rants that are better left unread or unheard... and then there are rants from our beloved Anchoress:
Yes, yes, yes, I’ll recover my head and my bearings in an hour or so, but just now I am weary unto death with the headlines I am reading, because so much of it is — excuse my vulgarity — unrepentant bullshit. And I’m tired of the government and the press ladling bullshit at me, as though I have grown accustomed to the taste and smell of bullshit and now crave it and would, in fact, happily bathe in it, if only they just gave us all the bullshit they have to spare.
First up: We’re supposed to believe that the “anti-theist” who murdered three young Muslim students last night was enraged about a parking space? Bullshit. Please, let’s not run with that one, media, okay? Because “even if” a running grudge over a parking space existed, there is enough evidence to suggest that a “running grudge” against religion was the catalyst that permitted this man to feel entitled to execute three people. Don’t underplay the religion aspect simply because the shooter doesn’t fit a preferred template of “established” monsters.
Next up: Why all the silence, the utter lack of coverage, about the new “net neutrality regulations that will soon be put in place unseen and unstudied by the public whose very lives and livelihoods it will affect:FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler recently acknowledged that the three Democrats on the commission had decided to avoid Congressional input regarding the Internet by adopting President Franklin Roosevelt’s 1934 Communications Act to regulate the Internet with the same federal control as the old AT&T customer monopoly. To make sure that libertarian advocates would remain in the dark, Wheeler “embargoed” release of any of the specifics in the new administrative “policy” that will act as law.
This is bullshit, okay? “Three Democrats” decided this? Well, I’m sure the White House doesn’t mind. Obama has never been the “transparent” President he said he would be — anyone who believed him when he said nothing would be put into law without it first being posted to the internet, so we can all read it, really wanted to be deluded in 2008 and then sent the message that they enjoyed the delusion and welcomed more bullshit in 2012 — but here we are seeing laws put into place that are not even being discussed by the congress; there is no advise and consent, no debate, no alternative proposals amassed because no one actually knows what this proposal is, and we will not know until it is put in place, a done deal.
She's just getting warmed up.
Read the whole thing and understand that the heat is more quickly warming on the pot in which America sits stupified.
Now back to 50 Shades of Grey you ignoramuses.