People, people, people… I promised myself I was going to stop reading the news. Why? Because I felt as if it was driving me insane. Reading all the negativity, the hyperbole in the constantly spun rhetoric dripping out of the mouths of pundits like shit gobbled up ever-so-enthusiastically off of paper plates spray painted silver; and always hearing about what stupid thing some politician said, even though said politician is a hypocrite.
Sarah Palin. It’s nice to see she’s so popular amongst conservatives, but I cannot understand why people take her seriously. Here is a person who basically quit her job to pursue bigger and better things (because it is much more lucrative making money talking out of your ass than it is serving your people for the full term you ran for). Whilst I’m no longer fond of President Obama, I really must say that Palin, in her most recent episode of letting her mouth do too much of the talking for her asshole, clearly has no concept of how organizations run. In Palin’s view, Obama should be omniscient. Of course, the IRS scandal happened on his watch. If it wasn’t on his watch, it would have been on someone’s watch. And even though the Congressional hearings on Benghazi have yielded little in the way of fruit, if anything, concerning the conspiracy to cover-up what actually occurred, people like Palin are still pushing the prevalent story. Why? Continue reading