To the Politicians In D.C.
Oh. My. God. What the hell is wrong with you? The fight on healthcare is momentous, yes. We want strong and continuous discussion, ABSOLUTELY. But name calling? And Nancy Pelosi’s tearful press conference where she compares the rhetoric to anti-homosexuality violence in S.F.??? Okay, step back, boys and girls. You’re supposed to be politicians, not little babies who didn’t get whacked enough when they were children. I can’t believe that we have to deal with this as American people. The racist rhetoric? Has to stop. Do we have to send every goddamn American to “Sensitivity Training”? Are we so dense that we can’t see that a picture of our president as a witch doctor is DISRESPECTFUL? Well, why not. During the Bush protests, they dressed him up as Hitler and one time, a monkey. Should we be surprised now that the opposition is just as ugly? Those who disagree with the president are not unAmerican, racist pigs. I will say there are some who are allowing anger to lead them into unfortunate choices. The common man, who will also carry signs of aborted fetuses and yell curses at women going in an abortion clinic, has always been a rather crass individual when aroused to rage. But our politicians are NOT supposed to participate. And yet, we’re seeing over and over this move to make this fight for healthcare reform about Obama’s skin color than about the merits (or lack thereof) of his plan. Stop it. It’s part of your job to behave when the rest of the country is in turmoil. I don’t mean you shouldn’t be passionate, but let’s keep the angry name calling and the tearful drama out of it. Ya’ll should be ashamed of yourselves.
To The Moonshine Bandits
Awesome new vid boys.
To The Civil War Reenactors
I had a blast watching your reenactment of a battle Saturday. Civil War Days was surprisingly informative too. Nicely done!!!
To the Dirt Faced Okie Boys
I missed you! No one is more shocked than I am, but it’s true. I’m glad you’re home.
by Jen | September 21, 2009 · 5:33 am