What would RTH do?

That is the question.

If I were in a highschool yearbook, they would vote me most likely to die of a lynch mob. That does not prevent me from opening my mouth and serving a warm hearty cup of STFU to people who deserve it. My dark scathing humor will leave no matter of existence untouched. My innocence will touch your soul.

Welcome to a warped world turned inside out and upside down. All sorts of discretion advised.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

The Nuclear Option

Ann Coulter recently said that 'Nuclear radiation is good for you'. In fact she wrote a column titled 'Glowing Report on Radiation' citing the incredible medical benefits of nuclear radiation. A lot of liberal media pundits are fuming at her comments. There has been a lot of rage and debate about it. People are fretting at her ignorant statements, that trivialize the catastrophe that looms people when there is a nuclear meltdown.



I'm not on that bandwagon though. I stand with Ann Coulter on this one, and I am willing to take everyone on for it. Ann is right. Nuclear radiation is good for Anne Coulter. It is good for Anne Coulter and all loyal her supporters. In fact I want to go the extra mile for Anne. I want to raise funds for the Anne Coulter radiation clinic. It will be highly secure and exclusive clinic that serves radiation. It will be just like a tan salon, where you lay in a tanning bed and get yourself that bronze tan. Except in this case the bed will be pelting you with all sorts of radioactive wave and emissions. Anne gets a free one hour session everyday, for a lifetime. As will all her supporters. I'm really hoping all my liberal friends will soon back me on this one and set up a service to provide free 'nuclear radiation' spa treatments to our conservative friends. It will be money worth spend. Scott Walker gets a bonus hour every session.

Not to be opportunistic, but if Fukushima does have that meltdown - I would like to charter a plane so that Anne and her friends can sky dive to derive the benefits or radiation. If I had the tens of thousands to do that for her, I'd do it in the blink of an eye.

Then my favorite Mad Hatter Glenn Beck went on to say ""I'm not saying God is, you know, causing earthquakes – well I'm not not saying that either! What God does is God's business, I have no idea. But I'll tell you this – whether you call it Gaia or whether you call it Jesus, there's a message being sent.”

And then the audio Mad Hatter Rush Limbaugh stated  "The Japanese have done so much to save the planet. He’s right. They’ve given us the Prius. Even now, refugees are still recycling their garbage, and yet Gaia levels them [laughs], just wipes them out. Wipes out their nuclear plants, all kinds of radiation. What kind of payback is this? That is an excellent question. They invented the Prius. In fact, where Gaia blew up is right where they make all these electric cars. That’s where the tsunami hit. All those brand-new electric cars sitting there on the lot. I like the way this guy was thinking. It’s like — it’s like Gaia hit the Prius in [inaudible]. It’s like they were in the crosshairs, if we can use that word, it does. What is Gaia trying to tell us here? What is the mother of environmentalism trying to say with this hit? Great observation out there, Chris"



I hear both frequent tea drinkers of the Mad Tea Party believe that God does not like environmentally conscious people. That is why I want to start a Beck and Limbaugh Godly home fund. I want to build them a massive massive mansion on the Gulf Coast that spans land and sea. Housed inside this mansion will be the new proposed Gulf Coast nuclear plant and their swimming pool that stretches out into sea will have oil rigs dotting the landscape. There will be fishing sections in their large pool where they can fish gulf shrimp to fry in pure crude oil. That would be another worthy investment I believe. That house will be so huge, they can host all of Wall Street for a party. They use spent fuel rods as bar stools.

Important Disclaimer: We all have our beliefs and differences. Sometimes we passionately stand for what we believe, and sometimes we all get carried away and lock horns. However, despite all our differences, at the core of it all are humans. We all experience the human condition, of being human and a part of this world. I don't know why natural disasters strike, I don't know if God or mother earth wants to punish us. What I do know is that when disaster strikes like the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, its an opportunity for us to be human again. To feel the pain of others and cry a few tears, to be anxious and pray or hope or wish for the good of strangers across the globe. To turn to whatever you believe in to find a way to help and spread hope. Most importantly to set aside our differences and say that in times of need we will be there for each other no matter what.

I don't want anyone to experience nuclear radiation. I don't want anyone to have to bear the risk of cancer and permanent health damages. Not even Ann Coulter or anyone whom I disagree with, no matter how passionately I disagree with them. I want them to have safe, happy, and healthy lives.Although, I will say what we say and do in times like this really sets apart who the real humans are and what everyone stands for. We come to know those that genuinely give back, and those that think for themselves only.




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