Saturday, July 22, 2006

Another politician confused by politics

The London Free Press reports that board of control is declining to participate in the orgy of self-congratulatory electricity rationing being sponsored by the city of Woodstock.

London's lack of support prompted Woodstock Mayor Michael Harding to suggest London's response "was almost institutional."

"That's as opposed to grassroots response," Harding explained.
When an institution solicits another institution, it would be hard to expect any other sort of response, unless you're a peevish Woodstock mayor.

2 comments:

Honey Pot said...

Well yeah Ian, all gods are fucked up. No gods= less racism= no wars. People only kill each other over their gods. They believe it is their inherent right to kill for their gods. No one would be killing anyone if they looked on each other as equals, or of value. The muslim culture looks at everyone who is non-muslim as infidels:hence, a threat. They are taught from cradle to grave to hate anyone who does not hold the same belief system. Their belief system cannot be questioned, even by them.

basil said...

Electricity is threatening Islam?

Electricity is a manifestation of Allah which is leading to a jihad between London and Woodstock under the leadership of a guy named Ian?

What?

I gotta stop smoking up before I crawl out of bed . . .