Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Learning from mistakes

In 2004, the tables were set for a Democratic steamroll: the country was growing weary of the scandalous ineptitude of their President, the quagmire of Iraq was beginning to become clear, people were becoming aware of the black heart of the Republican spin machine, and everyone was ready for a change from family dynasties in politics. Why didn't the Democrats win? No good candidate.

Luckily, we've learned from our mistakes.

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Pink... the artist, that is

I love Pink. Totally. She's such a rebel, and always has been.

She colors her hair like crazy, has tattoos and stuff, and basically does whatever she wants. She's so cool. I love women that have their own mind. Like in her new song "U and UR Hand"... it's just so cool how she blows that guy off and mispells words. She's too cool for proper speeling. Forget that.

I know she's technically a pop artist, but I don't see anything poppy or catchy about that new song, or her hair, or her attitude. She's just 100% herself, and her fans will either love her or hate her for it -- she won't change for anyone.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Corzine

Jon Corzine, one of the most prophetic statesman to ever hold office in the great state of New Jersey was recently involved in a tragic and unforseeable car accident. In this blogger's opinion, we should all bow our heads and say a prayer that his recovery is swift and his future bright.

A man such as Jon Corzine, who won his office with poignant positions and brave stances, should be recognized as a great American. He was always busy working for New Jersey, so much so that on this fateful day, between meetings, the state trooper driving him around was forced to push the speed limit to 90-some odd miles-per-hour, in order to promptly arrive at their next, very urgent meeting regarding core issues for New Jersey.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

VA Tech Shootings

Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Ethan Edwin White, simply known as Ed, and though my presence on the internet has been isolated thusfar, I hope that this message reaches out to every man, woman, and child in the world:

The Virginia Tech shootings that happened only hours ago upset me on a very personal level. Ordinarily, I hear about these things and think simply, "Oh my god, how horrific," but this time I stand outraged and think the killer crossed the line. The shooter in this massacre took thirty-two souls from this Earth before killing himself in a senseless, wasteful demonstration of rage and frustration. With a thirty-two kd ratio, he was obviously aim hacking, and that should not be tolerated. What does that accomplish? How is that fair? We need to teach our children morals and ethics to prevent this kind of disgusting behavior. This tragedy is just more proof that our nation is going to hell. But, before we get there, I'm standing against this kind of activity.