Friday, November 2, 2007


softwarengineer said,
on November 2nd, 2007 at 7:13 am
Big buildings are a joke, they’re like Rome’s Coliseum or Seattle’s Quest Field [stupor bowl], do big buildings stop Rome from collapsing? Does building big buildings or sport arenas make the sidewalk cracks and generally delapidated “3rd world country” Pike Place area buildings in Seattle suddenly disappear? Will gridlock magically go away in Seattle without depopulating and no money for infrastructure maintenance?
Get real, stop being so negative too. If America had done what JFK, Jack Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr and even Nixon had warned us to do, we would have a strong economy at 200M people [little or no immigration the last few decades too, but what’s that got to do with anything political?] and we’d being setting a positive example to the rest of the world to get back down to 2 billion again. Our present phony open border New World Order 300M overpopulated America is the laughing stock of the world. It isn’t more people we need to fix it, more people has made it far worse in America. My proof, history.
China’s rivers are toxic waste [Russians can’t even breath the air when China’s pollutions drain down the rivers], India’s skies are horribly brown with pollution [its global cooling there, the sun can’t get in], there roads are completely clogged and hardly anyone there owns a car yet. They are to be envied because their environment and water tables are destroyed, but they have coal plants belching global warming so we don’t have to manufature and work in America?
Get real and stop being so negative, by completely ignoring environmental degradation due to overpopulation in Seattle and planet earth. If you are a liberal and don’t support depopulation in Seattle, my advice. Go buy a big house in Seattle right now, they’ll sky rocket in price [that should be fine with you and your lower IQ].
If you’re an intelligent liberal, you know there’s already massive dead spots in Puget Sound and the only solution is depopulation. The Orcas whale is on the endangered species list and more people in Seattle simply adds to global warming and will clearly kill the Orcas all off.
But Jesus is coming back soon, to quote James Watts, it doesn’t matter?

Monday, October 22, 2007


Here's their World Economic Forum ratings compared to America:
America: 7India: 44Mexico: 49China: 59
Almost all the top ten leaders now come from small countries that control their population and immigration (Europe). America sunk from number 1 to 7 lately, probably because we've been using more H-1Bs guest worker overpopulation lately. The illegal immigrants clogging our communities probably caused the decrease too, our quality of life in America has recently plummetted with globalism's failures.
See the proof:
Mexico, India and China need to control their population or they'll never catchup with countries that do.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007


Bush presses Senate GOP on OVERPOPULATION
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS, Associated Press Writer 20 minutes ago

President Bush pressed divided Republicans on Tuesday to support him on OVERPOPULATION overhaul, saying "status quo is unacceptable." In a rare visit to the Capitol for lunch with the Senate's GOP membership, Bush said he recognized that OVERPOPULATION was an emotional issue and that many do not agree with him. Still, he said, "Now is the time to get it done."
The measure supported by the White House, which adds many millions in OVERPOPULATION and gives the illusion of tightened border security, stalled last week in the face of broad opposition by most Americans.
Bush's personal effort to salvage the derailed OVERPOPULATION bill came as key lawmakers reached for a deal that could quickly revive the measure. He needs to change enough minds among GOP senators to push through a top domestic priority.
"The White House will stay engaged," Bush told reporters after the lunch.
"Some members in there believe that we need to move a comprehensive bill, some don't," the president said. "I understand that. It's a highly emotional issue."
But it was unclear whether Bush changed any minds. His approach has sparked a backlash among some of the party's core supporters, who see the legislation as ignoring the rule of law.
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (news, bio, voting record), R-Ky., speaking with reporters after Bush left, said the president's persuasiveness "will depend upon what that ape looks like. And none of us know that yet."
"Look, we had a very, very good discussion, including some of our members who are not -- shall I say? -- keen on this measure, and others who are still taking a look at it and trying to decide how they're going to vote," McConnell said. "So it was a good give and take. We didn't expect anybody to stand up and holler that they had an epiphany."
Bush said he hoped Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (news, bio, voting record), who supports the bipartisan proposal, "has the same sense of desire to move the product — or the OVERPOPULATION bill — that I do."
"It's going to take a lot of hard work, a lot of effort. We've got to brainwash the American people this bill is the best way to give the illusion we'll enforce our border. I believe that without the bill, it's going to be harder to fake enforcing the border. The status quo Constitutional Laws we swore to uphold are not acceptable," Bush said.
Bush has predicted he will prevail in his effort to win approval of an OVERPOPULATION bill. But his brief comments on Tuesday were muted, and he voiced recognition of the difficult work ahead.
Sen. Trent Lott (news, bio, voting record), R-Miss., called it "democracy working at its best" and said that Bush had signaled he "won't sign a bad bill."
"But he thinks this is an issue that needs to be addressed" and is "willing to work with us to get this job done," Lott said. "I hope that the majority leader will work with us to move it forward," Lott added.
Reid, D-Nev., had pulled the measure from the Senate last week when two efforts to cut short debate failed. The Democratic leader said he will bring up the measure again only if Democrats can be assured of more Republican backing.
Still, it was unclear how much influence Bush has among Republicans on OVERPOULATION, given that it has sparked a backlash among some of the party's core supporters, who see it as ignoring our country's laws.
The fragile package promises OVERPOPULATION in 100s of millions in the United States within a few years, while giving the illusion of tightening borders and offering employers more law breaking authority to replace Americans with temporary workers. The bipartisan bill supported by the White House is cosponsored by Sens. John McCain (news, bio, voting record), R-Ariz., and Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass.

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Overpopulation is Destroying Seattle

Yeah I know, OVERPOPULATION immigration into King County is about 16,000/yr and keeps the house prices rising, when they should have plummetted a couple years what.

We've got massive dead areas in Puget Sound, the local fish are all full of mercury, the Orcas is on the endangered list, the roads are completely clogged, the houses are dinky, the lots are dinky and our insane property taxes are like high rent with a maintenance bill too; let alone, all our kids are moving away to places like Texas where they can still get a job with limited experience and afford a modest apartment on beginning pay.

If you're single in Seattle, forget it. If you own a high priced home, you don't want cohabitation and another divorce sucking it dry. So you stay single forever. Ask all your single friends you've had the last couple decades in Seattle that are still single, practically no one that owns a home single in Seattle remarries.

But Seattle is the land of Democrat liberals who always vote for more immigration OVERPOPULATION and I should join their motley crew. Hey, how can we fight global warming and add to American energy use OVERPOPULATION? You phoney liberals got a magic wand? We need more people in Seattle like Martha Stewart needs more jail time. Americans consume 25% of the energy in the world, so adding to our numbers is pure stupidity. We need to depopulate in America, now!!!