Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Four More Rotten Years (Goin' On 16). But We Still Have Gridlock, Sweet Gridlock...


I recall waking up the day after Election Day 2008 quite terrified.  The leftist democrat party suddenly had complete control of the federal government, with the presidency and super-majorities in the Senate and House.  That ain't the case today.  Not by a long-shot.  We're still in a close position to where we've been since the 2010 Midterms, meaning the presidency, House and Senate divided between these two rotten, corrupt, extreme-controlled, out-of-touch parties (known as the democrat party and the republic partisan "gop-er" party).  I never want to see either of these two archaic relic parties again have the kind of total control that was the nightmare of 2009 and part of 2010.

As for Obama, I think he's one of the two worst presidents of my lifetime, along with W Bush, and he will undoubtedly continue the path of he and W running this great country right into the ground over the next four years with untold additional federal spending, debt and deficits (not to mention a healthy dose of incessant leftist 20 percenter divisiveness and bullshit).  His Obamacare monstrosity will only intensify the impact. The American people seem oblivious, and there's little I can do about that except to just keep on expressing.  And whether I do that here or elsewhere, I'll never stop.

13 comments:

  1. I heard a reporter say that some $6 billion dollars had just been spent on this election......to retain the status quo. I may have exaggerated that dollar figure, but that was the gist of it. That pretty much sums it up! They should have put all that cash towards the national debt, I'd get behind a candidate that did THAT!

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  2. I think it was $4 billion. But regardless, 4 or 6 billion would only be a tiny, tiny drop in the bucket of the $16 trillion national debt. The debt is a problem of monumental proportions, and most of the American population couldn't care less. They will someday, and that day's not too far off.

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  3. Sad, but true. I fear we'll never be able to pull out of it....what we need is a good plague =) Kidding, of course!

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  4. The American people are oblivious. They won't listen. But oh well. I can only express, not force.

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  5. You never know when your words will hit home with someone and how much you're influencing people to think for themselves....it probably seems like a thankless job, but I thank you!

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  6. I'm mostly through scratching my head as to why so many people would vote for Obama even after his first four putrid years. Besides, as indicated to you previously, this space will be a lot more fun the next years with Obama still there to kick around. Romney would have been SO boring!

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  7. Aw, Romney would have come up with some great fodder for you too....the odds are good that he would have!

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  8. Well, he was the guy who once bragged during the primary season about being "severely conservative," so perhaps you are right.

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  9. Yeah, 'severely' will never have a positive connotation associated with it. I can't really think of an situation where it would....or, how about this - "The murderer was apprehended and handled severely"? Still, talking murder here, so not so positive. Yep, I've got nothing!

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  10. "Severely" makes me think of the different levels of mental retardation.

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  11. I know, right?! It's a bad word. Or it's just gotten a bad rep. Bad rep? Bad rap? What's the proper term here??

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  12. There are no bad reps nor bad raps, only bad racks. And none of those are ever featured in this space.

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