Monday, October 16, 2006

Wherein we propose a long term solution to the western world's problems

Firstly, let us do away with frivilous lawsuits.

Secondly, let us remove warning labels from all products.

Thirdly, let us make each person responsible and accountable for not only their own actions, but those of their offspring and kin.

It's time to thin out the herd folks.

Burn your crotch with hot coffee from a drive thru? Let us pray it impedes your ability to reproduce.

Drink a gallon of bleach? Bravo... encourage your friends to partake in same.

Break your neck imitating what you've seen on Jackass II? Refer to the bleach comment. Oh and you have to pay for your hospital stay. No healthcare for idiots.

Get caught doing 150 down a highway with 12 lane changes in less than 3 minutes with a blood alcohol level of .12? License revoked. Insurance revoked. Can't get to work now? TFB. Can't support yourself? TFB. Family wants nothing to do with you? Good for them. Oh, and TFB for you.

Kill some poor cabbie while street racing with your idiot friend? Congratulations! You and your pal are now responsible for supporting said cabbie's family for the remainder of their lives. Oh... and you lose your license, your car is impounded and given to the cabbie's family.

Molest children? Congratulations, you get a one way ticket to gen-pop with a scarlet P branded to your forehead. Hope you've got eyes in the back of your head.

It's past time to thin out the herd.

I'm all for helping people out who have fallen on hard times through no fault of their own, through bad circumstances and so on. I'm 100% opposed to helping out people who have fallen on hard times through their own stupidity, ignorance, actions or inactions.

So... who would support me if I ran for office? =)


Blogger scum said...

Well, I would... But that's pretty much a given.

10:37 AM, October 17, 2006  
Blogger Brian said...

you got my vote!

2:31 PM, October 17, 2006  
Blogger WendyKat said...

teehee... oh i so need to add something on mine for you now...

12:43 PM, October 20, 2006  

Post a Comment

<< Home