Now there’s a dust-up about a Muslim family taken off a flight because of, as the gentleman says, his Muslim garb. Apparently his “garb” dislodged the toilet apparatus in some way, and when it was discovered I guess he and his family were taken off the plane. Can you say “lawsuit”? I dunno. I think if I were in his position, I might have mentioned the mishap to someone of authority, just to prove I had no sinister motive, but that’s just me. I wonder where Juan Williams stands on this?
Gee, I’m sorry to hear that Charlie Sheen had another drug reaction. Or was it alcohol poisoning? Or maybe it was his meager upbringing, or lack of opportunity, or those funny looking skinny legs he runs around on. Whatever the reason, little Chawlee just can’t seem to grasp the fact that he is what we in the real world refer to as a loser. For anyone to take all that has been handed to him as a gift, and abuse and disgrace it, is a neon sign that the idiot never was worthy of it to begin with. I don’t think he’s even worth wasting my peanuts.
We had another high speed chase near here. Not the kind helicopters and news crews follow, but just a 70 mph 2 mile jaunt, and believe me, on the cow paths up here that’s not easy. I never understood high speed chases that we see on the news. Where does the driver think he’s going? I can’t think of any televised high speed chase that ended with the speeder winning. And I could never understand why anyone would turn what in most cases would be a misdemeanor into a felony offense. Maybe they just want to be on television, you know, that 15 seconds of fame thing.
I’m glad I voted by absentee ballot. It sounds like the conscientious voter would be wise to wear protective armor to the voting booths. Bad enough that voters have to wade through a sea of signage and zealots, but now add to the mess the “observers” from both sides making sure the process is not corrupted. Isn’t that like asking the fox to guard the henhouse?
Speaking of all those signs, I wish we could outlaw them. They don’t do any good, since when one for a certain party pops up, the opposition sticks one in front of it. Why bother? Call it a draw and save some cardboard. If a sign with some dopes name on it sways a voter one way or another, we’re in more trouble than I thought.
This is quite an election year, I must admit. We have candidates including but not limited to a whore, a witch, several bald-faced liars, more than a few crooks, and my all time favorite, a guy who worships goats. I’ll be glad when this shameful display of all that’s wrong with America calms down and goes home. Trouble is, it won’t be that long before the campaigning for 2012 starts. Maybe…uh, let’s see. A couple of days?
What I do enjoy is the backpedaling of the pundits, pollsters, and politicians who will be choking on their words this November 3rd. Whatever happens, there will be “experts” trying to explain what went wrong, blaming this and that, blah, blah, blah, and I’m a little pumped about watching some pompous asses squirm. I know I’m evil, but I’m still pissed about being called “the enemy” because I disagree with a certain ideology. That one made my eyes bleed, especially coming from the great “unifier” himself. Yeah, stuff like that will really unify us. That’s as undignified and blatently disrespectful as whatsizzname calling him “Dude”. Nice. My gloating won’t be one-sided though, because both sides have been pitifully dismissive of the will of the American people.
By the way, speaking of backpedaling, how much do you want to bet that this year we’ll be hearing once again about those pesky little “hanging chads”?