July 2, 2006

Katrina and Other Thoughts on Personal Responsibility

by MsUnderestimated — Categories: Crime, Katrina, Liberal Bed-Wetters, Tragedy360 Comments

***UPDATE 07 JULY 2006***

PLEASE restrict your comments here to the debate in the subject line (Katrina and other issues of personal responsibility). If you want to leave condolences for Step, go to his new place on my blog. It’s located here. Also, for those of you who did enter comments below for the original post here for Step, I’ve copied all of them (the nice ones and even the ones with condolences and a little civil disagreement or agreement with me) over to the new post. Thank you for your patience.

***END UPDATE***

No, your eyes are not deceiving you – I’ve moved Step’s post. It was getting too degrading, and was not appropriate for my post mourning my friend. Yes, the post remains the same, because I do not apologize for my sorrow nor my anger and outrage at the continue upsurge of crime stemming from the tide of Katrina. Please see here for my new rules of engagement.

Step did not deserve the downward spiral of filth and venom that was being sloshed around here by the schadenfreudes on the left. However, there was some very good, valid debate going on here about Katrina and personal responsibility, so I will leave the comments as is. Now, however, if you want to leave a comment, you must first register at my site. And even then, any posts indicating exuberance of a police officer’s death, a personal threat to me, vulgar or demeaning language about me or other women, or any other morally repugnant comments will be summarily deleted without further explanation – you’ve just been given one. Morally repugnant will be my judgment, because most of you seem to confuse moral repugnance with civil discourse.

Yes, you can still debate here, and call me a racist, fascist, pig, Nazi, or whatever other liberal code-words you all like to use when you have no other valid argument, so carry on! Be forewarned, however, I still reserve the right to delete any comment I choose. I also ask that you remain on-topic, even if you choose to call me names, because if you go off-topic like you did in this original post about Step, your comment will be deleted.

ATTN: Law enforcement officers, friends of LEOs, my friends, and anyone who wishes to leave condolences for Step, you may do so here. However, you too will have to register first. If you do not want to register, you can send your thoughts to my email address MsUnderestimated@gmail.com, and I will post them for you. Also, all very nice condolences, warm wishes, and heart-felt thoughts will be moved over to Step’s new post as quickly as I can, so be patient. There are, thankfully, many of those.

Sorry it has to be this way, but some of you have given me no choice.

And as I said above, you can still comment or debate here or elsewhere, or call me names, etc., so carry on! It’s very revealing to allow you all to show your social acumen (or lack thereof) to the rest of the world so you can all be seen for the exact whackjobs you are. Happy trolling!

  • UpChuck

    Come up here to Baton Rouge, Cherie. Sell your house to one of these welfare-for-lifers rolling in FEMA dough and wanderin' the streets lookin for trouble.

  • Trailfoot

    I love how people keep saying it was the state and local governments' jobs to handle the emergency.

    Oh, really? Then just whose was it?

    California might have the money to handle a situation like this. Louisiana? Small, poor, and undereducated.

    And that is the fault of whom? Is the federal government just supposed to give a “small, poor and undereducated” state money, just because of that?

    The federal government has a disaster-management agency for a reason – because the federal government is the only power with the resources to handle things of this scope.

    No, you are wrong. I lived in Oklahoma City when the Murrah Bldg. was bombed. Local police & firefighters did the majority of the work, as did New York PD & FFs after 9/11. The feds came in AFTERWARDS to help. Do you think a small town like Oklahoma City had the money to handle their situation? Plus, do you really want the Federal Government to have first power over states' rights? Re-think all of these thoughts, Skippy.

  • Tim

    sixer70:

    i just hope the rest of the country and world can now start to see that “stereotyping” and be very wary of these blacks isnt a “racist” thing like the South is always portrayed as being.

    these animals are moving around the country now and showing what we in the South have known from birth, you CANNOT trust blacks, period.

    wow. please just admit that you're racist. embrace it. embrace the hate. you'll feel a lot better, and the rest of us will know you for the pathetic, hate-filled, backwoods redneck that you are. it will be a liberating experience. and then you can go out and get you some new duds. what are your hood and cape sizes?

    i hope your daughter gets knocked up by a black or mexican fella.

  • Sixer70

    tim,

    my mom is mexican you dimwit.

    and please explain to me how being aware and not particularly liking blacks makes me racist?

    why do you allow the free pass to blacks that hate whites?

    have you ever been to the Bayou Classic in New Orleans?

  • UpChuck

    Come up here to Baton Rouge, Cherie. Sell your house to one of these welfare-for-lifers rolling in FEMA dough and wanderin’ the streets lookin for trouble.

  • Trailfoot

    I love how people keep saying it was the state and local governments’ jobs to handle the emergency.

    Oh, really? Then just whose was it?

    California might have the money to handle a situation like this. Louisiana? Small, poor, and undereducated.

    And that is the fault of whom? Is the federal government just supposed to give a “small, poor and undereducated” state money, just because of that?

    The federal government has a disaster-management agency for a reason – because the federal government is the only power with the resources to handle things of this scope.

    No, you are wrong. I lived in Oklahoma City when the Murrah Bldg. was bombed. Local police & firefighters did the majority of the work, as did New York PD & FFs after 9/11. The feds came in AFTERWARDS to help. Do you think a small town like Oklahoma City had the money to handle their situation? Plus, do you really want the Federal Government to have first power over states’ rights? Re-think all of these thoughts, Skippy.

  • Tim

    sixer70:

    i just hope the rest of the country and world can now start to see that “stereotyping” and be very wary of these blacks isnt a “racist” thing like the South is always portrayed as being.

    these animals are moving around the country now and showing what we in the South have known from birth, you CANNOT trust blacks, period.

    wow. please just admit that you’re racist. embrace it. embrace the hate. you’ll feel a lot better, and the rest of us will know you for the pathetic, hate-filled, backwoods redneck that you are. it will be a liberating experience. and then you can go out and get you some new duds. what are your hood and cape sizes?

    i hope your daughter gets knocked up by a black or mexican fella.

  • Sixer70

    tim,

    my mom is mexican you dimwit.

    and please explain to me how being aware and not particularly liking blacks makes me racist?

    why do you allow the free pass to blacks that hate whites?

    have you ever been to the Bayou Classic in New Orleans?

  • eyeswideopen

    We are all humans, are we not?

    It's time we stopped allowing the PC police to try to make as act non-human.

    Stereotying is a part of human nature. Actually, it's a part of any species nature. If I were to be bitten by 7 dogs of the same breed, you can damn well believe that my sense of self-preservation would cause me to not only avoid all dogs of that breed, but to feel fine refusing food, water and shelter to said dogs. To feel no compassion for any plight of said dogs. And to want said dogs out of my environment.

    People in this country are sick, tired and fed up with the sub-culture of crime, entitlement-minded laziness, racism, and thugery that blacks have allowed to flourish in their communities. That culture has ruined our schools, our neighborhoods, our towns, and our nation. And we aren't going to take it anymore. You can take your cliches of “racists”, “Nazis”, and whatever other worthless taunts you choose to utter back to the PC playground where they belong. We no longer shudder in fear at the thought of being called those names. Your continued condoning of the criminal and entitlement-minded behavior of this culture has numbed us to it and caused your words to be nothing more than smoke that we wave away.

    A good man choose to make his living protecting others. He was killed by one of these thugs you want to defend and protect. And you think we should feel sorry for the thug? Get real.

    Despite the ever increasing sub-culture of crime in the black community, people of all races all over the nation took in these people after Katrina…knowing the risks. But those risks turned out to be valid, and it won't happen again, I can promise you that. The next time a hurricane hits in a predominately black community, the residents of that community are going to find wallets and doors closed to them. They are going to find compassion lacking, and tolerance low. They will find their whining about “what they are owned” falling on deaf ears.

    And perhaps then, they will finally learn. They will learn that the rest of the world helps those who help themselves. They will learn that the rest of the world recognizes that lack of money has nothing to do with making the right moral decisions. (Money doesn't heal the criminal black element…the rap industry has proven that to us.) They will learn that Americans have great capacity for helping our fellow man…but very little for helping selfish, self-centered people. They will learn that you do not bite the hand that feeds you…especially when that hand has been feeding you free-of-charge for some time, with no sign of appreciation on your part.

  • eyeswideopen

    We are all humans, are we not?

    It’s time we stopped allowing the PC police to try to make as act non-human.

    Stereotying is a part of human nature. Actually, it’s a part of any species nature. If I were to be bitten by 7 dogs of the same breed, you can damn well believe that my sense of self-preservation would cause me to not only avoid all dogs of that breed, but to feel fine refusing food, water and shelter to said dogs. To feel no compassion for any plight of said dogs. And to want said dogs out of my environment.

    People in this country are sick, tired and fed up with the sub-culture of crime, entitlement-minded laziness, racism, and thugery that blacks have allowed to flourish in their communities. That culture has ruined our schools, our neighborhoods, our towns, and our nation. And we aren’t going to take it anymore. You can take your cliches of “racists”, “Nazis”, and whatever other worthless taunts you choose to utter back to the PC playground where they belong. We no longer shudder in fear at the thought of being called those names. Your continued condoning of the criminal and entitlement-minded behavior of this culture has numbed us to it and caused your words to be nothing more than smoke that we wave away.

    A good man choose to make his living protecting others. He was killed by one of these thugs you want to defend and protect. And you think we should feel sorry for the thug? Get real.

    Despite the ever increasing sub-culture of crime in the black community, people of all races all over the nation took in these people after Katrina…knowing the risks. But those risks turned out to be valid, and it won’t happen again, I can promise you that. The next time a hurricane hits in a predominately black community, the residents of that community are going to find wallets and doors closed to them. They are going to find compassion lacking, and tolerance low. They will find their whining about “what they are owned” falling on deaf ears.

    And perhaps then, they will finally learn. They will learn that the rest of the world helps those who help themselves. They will learn that the rest of the world recognizes that lack of money has nothing to do with making the right moral decisions. (Money doesn’t heal the criminal black element…the rap industry has proven that to us.) They will learn that Americans have great capacity for helping our fellow man…but very little for helping selfish, self-centered people. They will learn that you do not bite the hand that feeds you…especially when that hand has been feeding you free-of-charge for some time, with no sign of appreciation on your part.

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