So, almost five years later I've decided to try and centralize those items that reflect the decline of logical thinking and the increase in lemming activity.
I have the same feelings about Obama as I did about Bush. They both reflect the worst that politics has to offer. Neither one had or has had any interest in helping the majority of Americans unless it was time for an election or they were consolidating the power of their donors and wanted to keep the populace as quiet as possible until the deed was done.
Our so-called elected "Representatives" are about as useful as throwing gasoline on a fire. They neither represent us nor do they maintain the checks and balances the Founding Fathers envisioned for them.
And the Supreme Court? The current version is determined to make Dred Scott look like a high point of jurisprudence. Corporations are not people, they are businesses run by people and should not have the same, or more, rights than a kindergarten teacher. Besides having more money than most individuals, they now have more influence in an election. Like a double double at In-N-Out burger. They get to buy votes as a corporation and the same individuals who decide who the corporation backs also get to throw in their two
Public figures do stupid things all the time so this blog won't always be about politics, but it will be about things that make you go "huh?"
I'm a couple of days behind, so let's start with Tom Tancredo and his "literacy" tests. I'm all for them. Especially for the people currently in power. What the almost never right party of "No, because I said so!" Republicans and the "I can't find my balls with two hands and a flashlight" Demowienies have in common, is a complete lack of understanding of how to run this country effectively. And they have communicated that to their die hard followers. The sky is what we should be aiming for, not running into the ground like a plane without a pilot.
Yesterday's favorite was Michael Steele's "after taxes a million dollars isn't a lot of money." I'm willing to give it a try since I know plenty of people who are living on less than ten thousand a year and they work for a living instead of giving speeches on subjects that affect less than two percent of the American population.
I'm sure that with a little more research there will be more to come. Unfortunately.
BBB and The Stupid For The Day