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A simple, tax-paying, opinionated American. I roam the streets of Boston at all hours of the night; slip on the sidewalks and drive through the pot holes. I find myself challenging the opinions of others on a daily basis. I despise anyone that opposes Cape Wind. The recession has had no effect on me except to shorten the lines I wait in at Privus, The Nile, Joshua Tree, and Target (people can only afford Wal-Mart). I make a lot of wise remarks, enjoy witty battles, and say it like it is. I'm a Democrat, a procrastinator, and I spend way to much time talking about both. I am me.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Natural Selection

Typically I like to think of myself as a nice, kind-hearted, and well rounded individual (not to mention modest). Keeping all of this in mind I will make this post as fitting as possible... I think stupid people should be eliminated. Too abrupt? I forgot to mention I'm also brutally honest.

I am a firm believer that if people are dumb enough to make foolish decisions that lead to their demise, in order to reduce over population, it is our duty to allow them to perish. Allow me to give you an example: If people don't want to wear their seatbelt's, and choose to be run over by their own car in the event of an accident, then we should do nothing to stop them. We, as American people, feel this constant need to baby our population until they die of old age or Social Security depletion. By doing this we have raised a whole sub-race of human beings that cannot survive a day without "common sense reminders" like signs on the highway that say "Emergency Dial 911" or coffee cups that say "Contains Hot Liquid". If you order a coffee, and need to be informed that it's hot in order to avoid bodily harm, you deserve the 3rd degree burns.

American people need to stand up and expect more from our population. Americans spend billions of dollars on education; how about we start with some common sense?