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Off to a Bad Start

This working / medical testing / campaigning / vacation trip has gone off to a bad start.  I had arrived at my destination and finished unpacking when I realized I had forgotten my phone.  (I did remember my charger this time.)  I also forgot my calendar of what I was supposed to do while I am here (and when.)  I know about the parade tomorrow afternoon, but there is currently a 70% chance of rain and I am not sure if this is a “rain-or-shine” parade or a “Rain Date next Sunday” parade.

I also forgot my food and medication.  There is nothing special about my food, but I like to plan meals for days at a time.  Portion control plays a key part in my weight maintenance program.  I have already gone overboard by eating a large pizza pie and a calzone for lunch.  I’ll be heading out for an “All-you-can-eat” buffet for dinner tonight.

The weird thing is I have been watching more news than I normally have.  The more news I watch, the less I know what is going on in the political world.  The only thing I got from politics this week is that Rick Santorum said that something was “Bull****”.  I wasn’t sure what came after the “Bull” because the news networks kept bleeping it out.

With less news watching and more life doing, I should soon regain my pulse on what is happening in the political world.  Yay!

March 31, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, politics, satire | , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Censorship

Congressman John Hall debates Republican challenger Kieran Lalor on the Wall Street “bail out.” « Putnam Valley Democrats.

The Putnam County Democrats censored my reply to their video of Congressman John Hall (D-NY) supporting the ill-advised bailout of banks.  My reply was that the NY Times has an article that question where the bailout money went.

Does censoring my answer make the Democrats better than the Republicans?  Can’t they answer my criticism with something supporting their argument?

Let’s not assume that the Republicans are much better… because they’re not.  Both parties want to moderate replies because both parties have caused the economic debacle that we are facing.  The economy will get worse because the two parties of censorship are more interested in maintaining their image than to listen to ideas that will save our country.

December 23, 2008 Posted by | Ahmnodt, Bailout, debate, Democrats, editorial, issues, media, politics, Republicans | , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

   

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