Facebook Censorship

Written by Al. Posted in Politics

In the past, whenever I posted a comment to a news article, I would usually get lots of up votes. A large percentage of the time I was often the most liked comment for an article.

Lately, I’ve noticed my comments were getting fewer and fewer up votes. Often times I would get none. At first I thought it was me; maybe my style had changed or somehow my comments weren’t as pithy as they used to be. But it appears what is really happening is just a case of Facebook censorship.

Here’s an example. The first graphic is from a story in the Boston Herald. I’m viewing comments in Google Chrome and I’m logged into the Facebook commenting system.

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The second image is the same site at the same time. This time, I’m using Internet Explorer and I’m not logged in to Facebook.

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This is pure evil. Not only am I being censored, but the commenting system is rigged so that I’m led to believe that I’m not being censored. I hope Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook burn in hell.

Responding to a Government Request

Written by Al. Posted in Fun Stuff, Politics

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife requested access to a property to survey their creek:

Letter

Here was the homeowners response:

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Beyond the fact it was turn about in response to the way the government treats it’s ‘subjects’, it was also wise legally to keep them off the property. If the survey ever turned up some threatened or endangered species, the homeowners would have lost all sorts of rights to their land. Very well played.

Evil Hillary

Written by Al. Posted in Politics

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From the book, The Other Woman: A Political Memoir by Dolly Kyle:

‘I couldn’t imagine why Billy would haul such a person in the plane with him in public. She was wearing a misshapen, brown, dress-like thing that must have been intended to hide her lumpy body. The garment was long, but stopped too soon to hide her fat ankles and her thick calves covered with black hair’.

‘Thick brown sandals did nothing to conceal her wide feet and the hair on her toes’. Dolly was embarrassed that she was staring.

Hillary’s eyes, glared at her from behind coke-bottle-thick lenses’ with an air of real hostility.

Her thick eyebrows melded together stretching across her forehead.

‘In that moment, I noticed that the woman emitted an overpowering odor of perspiration and greasy hair. I hoped that I wouldn’t gag when she got in the car’.

I don’t know if the above is true or just the ravings of one of Bill Clinton’s ex-lovers, but it sure fits the image of what I believe Hillary would be like in person.