Monday, September 26, 2005

Maybe there is a God

Maybe there is a God, and maybe he really is a vengeful God.
The hurricanes are just too damn convenient, their effects so rich in metaphor, that a hidden hand cannot be counted out.

They potentially cripple the oil and natural gas that enable our ability to make war in the Middle East to secure our access to oil.

The administration that mocked conservation is now explicitly urging people to drive less, as they preside over a lifestyle that is predicated precisely on driving everywhere: witness suburban sprawl as far as the eye can see, witness tax breaks to buy Hummers.

Update, 9/30/05 And now Frist is under investigation and DeLay has been indicted.
There's more I could write on this, but I'm tired.

2 Comments:

Blogger Spill The Beans said...

So, then, what does the earthquake in Islamist Kashmir which killed at least 20 times more than Katrina signify in terms of God's giant hand?

Sounds like he's an equal opportunity asshole.

12:57 PM  
Blogger Brendan said...

It signifies that God has an awfully giant hand.

1:30 PM  

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