I’m not happy about the way this Obama Conspiracy business is going and I’m not happy about my air conditioning not working (it’s 80 decrees here in the study). I wasn’t happy about some emails today from a friend who keeps saying that Obama should release his records so people won’t be suspicious of him. And I am not happy about the comment I read over at AZ Central that is the topic of the previous article.
I’m not happy about Joe Arpaio and his band of birthers becoming the 2012 version of Donald Trump, getting news cycles they don’t warrant, and I’m not happy with the mainstream media doing a sloppy job of debunking the Arpaio investigation. I’m not happy about some folks who dump really long junk here that I don’t have time to answer and who wouldn’t listen if I did. I don’t like WorldNetDaily pumping out smear day, after day, after day.
I don’t like it that the middle class is shrinking, that evil prospers, and that I had a kidney stone last night.
I’m not happy about an article I saw at CNN by Fareed Zakaria that suggests a downward spiral of the Republican Party. He wrote:
So if you lose blacks, women, Latinos (and Republicans have probably already lost Arab and Muslim Americas), what are you left with? You can’t win a general election with the angry, white, male vote. That’s clearly a core vote for the Republican Party but it’s not going to be enough.
I really think a healthy two-party or multi-party system is necessary for long-term prosperity (emphasis on “healthy”).
I guess I should get my AC fixed.