12.13.2005

Michael Moriarty at his best

Some more idiotic rantings by Michael Moriarty...below is just a sample of his ramblings...

My very own long march
By Michael Moriarty
web posted December 12, 2005

"Clinton believes he can eventually put that God on his knees before the "Slick Willy" throne and have that Red Dragon begging for a taste of the Emperor's cigar. Stalin said, "Gratitude is for dogs," and Mao pointed out that the Chinese eat dogs. How the American Emperor thinks that a racial supremacist like Mao, who treated his own troops like dogs, would want to demote himself to the rank of Private before a self-proclaimed five-star General like Clinton, who never served in combat and built his whole Harlem army on the proven certainty of immediate gratification for all their needs, bodily and otherwise – why Clinton believes in the possibility of that ever happening is because he's known no other response from anyone (with the exception of Whitewater Special Prosecutor Kenneth Starr). Even Newt Gingrich began telling us how charming Clinton was with his "winning" style. With smug insouciance, Emperor Clinton puffs on his cigar with the boys and plots his own expropriation of mainland China."

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Michael Moriarty? Left his country because he didn't agree with the administration and came to Canada?Arrested twice in Canada for D&D and alleged battery but charges dismissed? Returned to the U.S. when it became a Republican Dynasty. That Michael Moriarty? BBP, I came over to visit and what do I find - attention being paid to a misanthropic egotist who, from my perspective has no moral authority. And worse, you link to his inane rantings, and I foolish trooper that I am, actually click on the link and am treated to a miasma of his personal hatred for a former President of the U.S. Geez, BBP, good puppy, good puppy. Well done! Those who have inflatable egos need to be addressed and exposed.
"He is now filming Pick Me Up, an episode of the Showtime TV series Masters of Horror, in Vancouver."
Seems appropriate, doncha think? As a loyal Canadian (and I don't speak for all Canadians, most of whom don't know he exists), all I can say is 'We don't want him, you can have him...'

11:59 AM  
Blogger BigBuddhaPuppy said...

I was not aware of his past transgressions...but maybe drinking(on his or my part)might make some sense of his rants...

'No, please you can have him, we insist...'

12:42 PM  

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