Thursday, April 5, 2012


If this whole thing weren't so life and death serious for the future of this country, it would make for the greatest TV laugh track of all time.  It would be the greatest comedy show in history.  It might even be the funniest moment in all of history.  Chocolate Thunder versus the Vanilla Milkshake.  Sergeant York versus Sergeant Slaughter.  The Man Who Would be King versus Richie Rich.  The Biggest Loser versus Who Wants to be a Millionaire.  OK, SORRY FOR THE AWFUL INTRO.
What has befallen this great country?  This is the best we got?  So this is it?  OMG! WTF!
A proven loser who's policies and record seem to indicate his desire is to destroy the country, or an out of touch gazillionaire, who inspires...........oh let's see..................NO ONE!  This is it then?  Our best choices for leadership of the greatest country in the history of the world.  So this is as good as it gets?   F*CK we are screwed again.  Once again we are forced to vote for the lesser of two evils.  I'm going to have to hold my nose in the voting booth, AGAIN!  How is it possible that a country with 300 million people have an important choice come down to these two?  What the hell is wrong with the system that gives us this kind of option?  Let's see.......would I rather jump off the Sears Tower or stand in front of the Bullet Train?  
I'm beginning to think we used up all our great leaders at once.  Washington, Adams, Madison, Monroe, Franklin, Paine, Jefferson.....................Obama, Romney???  We already know that the Democrats and their madly destructive policies SUCK but, I must now say once again, (did it in '08 TOO) PISS on you Republicans for presenting us with these "Little Sisters of the Poor" options!!!  (Forgive me Father Joe)
For some reason this brings to my (crazed) mind a quote from John McKay, former coach of the Tampa Bay Bucs.  After another painful loss near the end of another disastrous season, McKay was asked by a reporter, "What do you think of your team's execution today?"  To which McKay calmly replied, "I think it's a great idea!" 

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