Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Chicken Soup with NFL hero Ryan Tucker and his victim Bryan Boyd

Here's Ryan Tucker...

Terrorists can avoid any feelings of guilt about their chosen profession by adopting the morals of our nation's heroes of the gridiron.
On May 11, 1996 four football players, Ryan Tucker, J.P. McFarland, Jay Davern, and Billy Thompson beat TCU student Bryan Boyd so badly that he was read his last rites and the hospital asked his mother about donating his organs. He still suffers from paralysis, memory loss, and permanent brain damage.

As far as I can learn from the media Tucker served no prison time for his crime. It's likely that Judge Don Leonard places no value on the lives and safety of violent crime victims like Bryan Boyd; a good example to follow if you like to build bombs or spray bullets into crowded public venues.And speaking of depraved indifference... When Tucker was drafted into the Rams shortly thereafter, coach Dick Vermeil described his majesty's criminal behavior to a reporter with the comment, "He can finish a fight. That's a positive."

You can read more about Dick Vermeil's character here.

Scroll down to the chapter titled, "Crime Pays" and you can read about the kind of human shit the American public worships here. No wonder terrorists can sleep at night.

Tucker recently retired from the NFL stating that he had to concentrate on "being a daddy." I don't even want to think about how his kids are going to behave with him as a role model.

You can read more posts about Ryan tucker here, and here, and here, and here.

Here's a glowing article about J.P. McFarland and Jay Davern. I'm very impressed by the author, Jordan Blum's ability to brush off the brutality of their criminal behavior as an "incident". Domestic terrorists who haven't made up their minds yet are probably impressed as well.

Ryan Tucker and his fellow sociopaths of the gridiron place no value on human life and have no empathy for victims.

Any woman willing to reward such a violent sociopath obviously places no value on human life and has no empathy for victims.

Dick Vermeil certainly places no value on human life and has no empathy for victims.

Team owners who allow men like Tucker into their organizations place no value on human life and have no empathy for victims.

And last but certainly not least...Millions of American football fans who pay ludicrous ticket prices to be entertained by men who commit violent crimes with impunity place no value on human life and have no empathy for victims. As long as men like Ryan Tucker are brutalizing other peoples kids, most Americans are ok with it.

Terrorists need not feel guilty about committing acts of terrorism against such people.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Chicken Soup with the Health Insurance Industry

Terrorists can avoid feeling guilty about killing Americans by emulating the behavior of health insurance executives.

When you call the fire department they don't ask you if you have insurance or how you're going to pay for their services and no one suggests that you shop around for the best price while your home is being consumed by flames. They get there as fast as they can, save as many lives as they can, and save your home if possible. And they don't add insult to injury by billing you after the fire is out. Saving your life and your home is considered a public service, paid for by taxes.

For reasons that baffle the civilized mind, our health insurance industry is still a for profit business that routinely condemns thousands of Americans to death or to an existence defined by horrible suffering simply because it isn't profitable to do otherwise. The value of any individual human life is valued according to the economic net worth of that individual.

Terrorists can sleep soundly knowing that many of America's leading business people, politicians, lobbyists, and attorneys...and millions of ordinary voters place no more value on the lives of their fellow Americans than terrorists do.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Chicken Soup with Donte Stallworth

Here's a story that should help terrorists avoid feeling guilty about killing Americans.

On the morning of March 14, 2008, while driving his Bentley with a blood alcohol level of .126 Cleveland Browns receiver Donte Stallworth struck and killed 59 year old pedestrian Mario Reyes, a construction crane operator who was just leaving work.

This tragedy could be perceived as just another genuine but preventable motor vehicle accident if it were not for one nagging and embarrassing detail:

Donte Stallworth Claims that he flashed his lights in order to warn the pedestrian. This one fact indicates that Stallworth had time to flash his lights. That also indicates that he had time to hit his breaks or swerve around someone he was about to kill with his vehicle. Instead of saving someone's life, Stallworth chose instead to "warn the pedestrian" that someone really, really important was approaching and he better jump out of that important person's chosen path.

Donte Stallworth places no value on human life and has no empathy for the man he chose to kill.

The learned and caring members of the judiciary who slapped Stallworth on the wrist and ignored his decision to "warn" the pedestrian instead of choosing to avoid killing him place no value on human life and have no empathy for the victim.

The men who reinstated Stallworth's multimillion dollar contract obviously have no empathy for the victim.

And most important of all from a terrorist's point of view...

Millions of American football fans who could easily display their opinion of Stallworth's behavior by staying home when he's on the field place no value on human life and have no empathy for the victim.

Terrorists can sleep soundly knowing that the vast majority of Americans place less value on human life and feel even less empathy for the suffering of victims than they do.