Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Stealing This From Wyatt...

People I hate (or at least very dislike):

Angelina Jolie

I absolutely cannot STAND how the entertainment industry treats this woman. "Oh Angelina and Brad are the number one couple in America." "They're going to have the most beautiful baby in the world." GAHHHHHHHHHH! I just want to rip my ears off when I hear this pile of horse crap! Does everyone forget the fact that Angelina is a HOME WRECKER? Or the fact that Brad Pitt CHEATED on his (former) WIFE Jennifer Anniston? And people wonder why families all over America are falling apart! BECAUSE WE'RE IDOLIZING THINGS LIKE THIS! We are becoming a nation that is beginning to think it's okay to sleep around while you're married.

Chicago Cubs

I'm a Cardinal's fan. It'd be like saying I'm both a Yankees and a Red Sox Fan. Or a Michigan and Ohio State fan. It just doesn't happen.

Atlanta Braves

See: Chicago Cubs

Jesse Jackson

Don't even start with what you are going to say. Hear me out first. Jesse Jackson has been extorting companies for money to, as he calls it, "increase racial diversity," when he is actually lining his pockets with money from the Rainbow Push Coalition. Let's see what are some of his achievements?
Had an affair and a child with a woman, then paid her child support for years without letting his wife know.
He hasn't paid his taxes in YEARS
He "makes" $1 per year from Rainbow Push, but charged $613,000 in "travel expenses" over about 200 days of travel in 2000 (an average of $3,000 per day of travel)
Rainbow/PUSH took a $5 million donation (read: Protection pay) from Anheuser-Busch because they were not "diverse enough." Jackson still Boycotted the company until they doubled the money to $10 million and gave a distributor spot to his sons in Chicago, even though they had NO experience in the industry.
Took $500,000 from SBC/Ameritech to Citizen Education Fund (Ms. Jackson is the head of that company), for the same reason, then gave his friend Chester Davenport a 7% share in the company for a cost of $60 million. The value of the stake at the time was about $231 million, saving Davenport, and costing SBC/Ameritech a very pretty $171 million.
The list goes on and on. And if you're still thinking that I'm just a "racist bigot," read the book, "Shakedown: Exposing the REAL Jesse Jackson," and look at this page. Then tell me to my face, that Jesse Jackson is a "good man."