Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Just Shoot 'Em

Because my 'Shoot' list is probably easier than my 'Dinner' list, I'll take a shot at this one first:

1. Al Gore. IMHO, his global warming crap is a flaming pile of hooey and mostly an attempt to gain power and position in the world (since he can't do it through other means). Left unchecked, his alarmist agenda will cripple businesses, jobs and economies and cost us all big money, all for naught. There actually are credible scientists (whose voices are being drowned out) who believe that the earth constantly goes through natural heating/cooling cycles, caused by changes in radiation from the sun, which we can't do a heck of a lot about (no matter how much they tax us). 'Sun as main cause' seems to have merit when you consider that ice caps on other planets in the solar system are melting. I really don't think my SUV is causing that.

He's also a hypocrite. It was just reported that the energy consumption at his "compound" in Tennessee is 20X higher than that of the average American household. It's "do as I say, not as I do", as usual. Guess he just wants the rest of us to conserve, not him.

And since he's just become the darling of Hollywood, there is no doubt he is a total loon.

A green bullet for Mr. Gore, please.

2. Hillary Clinton. She's a Socialist. This is a Capitalist country. Next candidate, please. And both barrels for the Hildebeast.

3. Kate Moss. She's unattractive, classless, is a druggy, loves a druggy, yet the fashion industry worships her. I am so tired of seeing her in ads. I just don't get her at all. Bulemic bullet for her.

4. Rosie O'Donnell. Because she clearly knows everything and is the only one entitled to an opinion. And because she sees the world through gay-colored glasses. Everything is an agenda about gaydom. Why can't she just be a person first? I don't mind anyone being gay....heck, be gay, gay, the gayest person ever, if you like. Enjoy! But stop accusing everyone and everything of being homophobic. It's not all about you, believe it or not. And I'm not homophobic; I'm Rosiephobic. Big, bully, butch bullet for her.

5. Bill Maher. He used to be a comedian. Now he's just old, bitter and not funny. I've never really liked him, but he sealed it for me when he donned his 'Crocodile Hunter with-barb-in-chest' Halloween costume last year. What a classless POS. I can't think of anything more disrespectful to Steve Irwin's grieving family, who had just lost him weeks before. Bill Maher gets a bullet, right in the unfunny bone.

6. Sienna Miller. I don't understand how such a totally unremarkable person can be labeled the "it" girl. Has it really come to this? And also because she supposedly slept with Daniel Craig in a revenge move against Jude Law (who should share the bullet). A pox on your box, Sienna. Sleezy bullet for her.

7. P-Diddy. Or whatever he calls himself now. This person gets paid an exorbitant amount of money to do something, and I have absolutely no idea what it is. What is it that he contributes? I have no clue. But he's everywhere, constantly throwing the "it" party. Drive-by shooting for him.

8. Group Hit. The parents of Britney, Lindsey, Paris, Nicole, etc. for creating and unleashing their little monsters on society. One big fabulous bullet for them all.

9. Heather Mills. Because somehow she thinks Paul McCartney owes her more than $60M. Somebody please shoot her before we have to watch her lose her leg on 'Dancing with the Stars'. Wooden bullet for her.

10. Donald Trump. For a myriad of reasons, but most recently because he's promoting a seminar where 'little people' like us are supposed to go sit and hear his daughter, Ivanka, educate us on the secrets to becoming wealthy. Um, let's see - be born into it? That seems to work well. A gold leaf laden bullet for the Donald (and Ivanka).

I feel certain there are more destined for this list, but I need to stop and go reload now.


Miss Forthright said...

Mmm, I can't comment on the Al Gore schtick- I've heard about his film and watched a programme with him on but I can't comment enough about his political movements seeing as I'm thousands of miles away.

Sienna: I nearly put her in.

Heather Mills: yep, certain death required.

P Diddy: why is he always chewing that poxy cocktail stick?!

SandDancer said...

I don't know Rosie O'Donnell at all, but I understand the annoyance at the constant gay agenda. I work in the theatre industry - I see an awful lot of it and I still don't understand why it has to inform absolutely everything. I read something about a Gay Olympics the other day - why should it be separate and surely that is putting barriers up?

M said...

SandDancer: Rosie is a comedienne who came out of the closet a few years ago and is very active in pushing the gay agenda on people 24 X 7. In her book, if you sneeze, it's because your homophobic. She gives gays a bad name. :)

Miss F: I'm afraid Al Gore is playing in your turf now. On my way out of London on Sunday, I read that he was jetting in to meet with some Parliament members to support their recent proposals to restrict air flight. Seems someone there has proposed that Brits be limited to one short-haul flight a year, and then after that, they'll tax the dickens out of you for getting on a plane. All those emissions, you know. Not that taxation will solve the emissions'll probably just ensure that only rich people can fly and will keep working people grounded. Oh, and lots of people in the travel industry will lose their jobs. But somebody there apparently will feel much better about those emissions, somehow.

Miss Forthright said...

Green issues are very tricky- it seems scientists are all disagreeing with each other about it. I tried to research it a few years ago and get involved with Friends of the Earth, but I don't have a very scientific brain and my understanding of it only stretched so far. I'll let you know if Gore makes any impact here.

M said...

I'm certain he's having an impact there, and you'll be hearing more soon. Watch for his 'Live Earth" concert he's promoting. All the guilt-ridden celeb bands are signing on to do a 24-hr concert simultaneously on 7 continents to bring international attention to global warming (a la Live Aid sort of a thing). All coordinated by green hero (and our former Vice President under Clinton), Al Gore.

He preaches "green" and "conservation" and then flies around the world in private jets, moves his entourage in big limousines and then chides the others for driving an SUV.

Ultimately, he wants to tax us into greendom somehow. And the scary part is that other politicians are latching on to the hysteria.

SandDancer said...

I saw his film and actually found it rather convincing. But with the organisation of these concerts, I do think he is straying into Bono/Geldof self-promotion territory. And won't this mean flying bands and television crews into the Artic and Antarctic?

M said...

Surprisingly, earlier this week, the New York Times blasted Gore's film as including 'hype' and shoddy science. Here's the article:

And MIT professors are saying there's absolutely no scientific consensus at this point on global warming.

But it looks like there's a lot of hysteria out there now, thanks to Al.