This is the sort of day that’s less unpleasant from a distance.

The crazies are out there and I’m out here.

I’m always happy about that but today I’m practically ecstatic.

You ever get the impression maybe Washington has too much power over peoples’ lives, no matter which wing of the stinking carrion bird happens to be holding the reins this year?

Good luck out there.

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You shouldn't ask these questions of a paranoid recluse, you know.
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5 Responses to This is the sort of day that’s less unpleasant from a distance.

  1. Michael says:

    God Bless the USA, and may our era of state-sanctioned human sacrifice come to an end. Ultimately, I anticipate that our nation will pay a heavy price for its inhumanity, same as it did in the 1860’s

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think it’s possible to dislike abortion, AND to dislike government interfering in our private matters, and ESPECIALLY to dislike people imposing their religious views on others.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Anon, the problem is determining the line between those concepts. It’s always subjective.

  4. Michael says:

    To the first Anon, I agree. One half forcing their will on the other is tyrannical. Unfortunately, given the size of the federal govt., such tyranny comes easy. I hope that we can return to the size of govt. our founder’s prescribed, while remaining faithful to the Constitution and our values in the process

  5. Mike says:

    Joel, I know what it’s like to be far away and watching crazy events unfold. From the safety of Canada, I’ve been watching the not-so-United States devolve for years.

    Recently, I read Sir John Glubb’s thesis “The Fate of Empires and Search for Survival.” In it, he writes about is the average lifespan of major nations and the reasons for the fall. At 246 years old, it looks like the not-so-United States is following the historical pattern of the decline and fall of empires. So, it looks like America’s time is just about up.

    http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/glubb.pdf

To the stake with the heretic!