So ridiculous

I’m going back over the first couple of sections I did a few months ago. The tone of the project changed since then. Good grief. I hope for the better. I sound like an idiot.

I didn’t expect this part to be so hard!

Also ridiculous is all this chatter I hear about the conspiracy regarding the hurricane and timing. Yes, of course Democrats want to make this election about anything but Obama’s effectiveness. Don’t give into it, please.

Obama isn’t working. That’s the bottom line. Republicans better stick to it. Every time you veer it gets ridiculous.

Ok, cover your eyes if you are easily offended, but the last point of ridicule here has to do with protesting vaginas. Well technically those aren’t vaginas, ladies. (And at least one man. Oy vey!) Although I have to say I was slightly amused by the sign that demands, “Read My Lips.”

How strange is our America when people can complain about being unemployed dressed as genitalia?

Back to my exile. Later you all.


  1. J. Strupp says:

    Sorry. The Romney campaign ceased to make this election a referendum of President Obama’s presidency the day he chose Paul Ryan as running mate.

    That ship has sailed.

  2. Randy in Richmond says:

    A predominant theme at the Democratic Convention will surely concern vaginas as we will get a steady stream of the “it’s my body” philosophy from many of the speakers. I suspect it will be a celebration of one William Todd Akin’s words. The choir will love it. One problem though, the choir’s getting smaller. And this theme will have little effect on independents because it’s old news. But hey, they won’t be talking about the economy. Remember, they will be channeling Kennedy, Carter, and Clinton, certainly not the past 3 1/2 years–with the exception of Obama taking out bin Laden.

  3. J. Strupp says:

    I like how you started that out with “Cindy”. 🙂

    How about you just address that to the intended receiver next time, “liberals”.

  4. Randy in Richmond says:

    I was responding to the “protesting vaginas” which Cindy brought up in her post. If Caroline Kennedy, Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter do not allude to the “it’s my body” (women’s rights, protesting vaginas) issue I will be surprised–and say so.