I have never been someone who retaliates or seeks revenge when someone does wrong to me. Karma has a way of treating people in ways I can’t. It also has a way of treating me better than most people can when I do an unexpected favor. If you read my blog entry last week, I defended Mitt Romney and his tax returns. He gave me a shoutout the other day during an interview, He knows that I care about poor people and he wanted the people watching the interview to know that.
Thank you, Governor Romney for the kind words and for getting the word out about my campaign. It is very much appreciated.
Today was laundry day at the laundromat. An elderly couple came to the laundromat with a lot of clothes that needed washing. I held the door open for them. As I was closing a door, a car slammed into the back of my car and drove off. (This isn’t a good example of karma, but a good example of “No good deed goes unpunished.”)
No real campaigning is planned for this weekend. It’s Super Bowl weekend and people are getting overly-hyped about the game, I live in New Jersey, about 50 minutes from MetLife Stadium, home of the Jets and one of the teams going to the Super Bowl. I won’t mention the team, but will console in the fact that my Redskins beat them TWICE this season. 🙂
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