I’m glad that I’d agreed to take my sister-in-law with me to the Journey show last night, because when I woke up yesterday I was damned depressed. Somehow there’s got to be a silver lining in four more years of the worst president in American history, but yesterday morning I sure as hell couldn’t see it. I still can’t, but part of the Serenity Prayer is accepting what you can’t change. That being said, I will work like hell to change what I can, and I will still keep on telling the truth about the Naked Emperor. I have a moral obligation to call out evil for what it is. I hope and pray that the history of Richard Nixon will repeat itself. The difference between Obama and Nixon, however, is a.) Obama is evil and corrupt to his rotten core and his deeds far exceed the treachery of Nixon’s, and b.) unlike Nixon, Obama thinks he’s God, and he will not peaceably resign.
The media (who remember have covered for Obama and his slimy cronies all along) are going to say that the GOP needs to move toward the center. Bullshit. The GOP needs to move- and stay- more to the right. Many people didn’t bother to go out and vote for Romney because they couldn’t see a clear difference between the plan Romney proposed and the slimy bait and switch tactics that Obama’s been passing off. Obama won partially because he’s a liar and adept at deceiving the American people. He’s played the race card, apparently to the point of making people believe that just because one is black that their race gives them free rein to be completely inept but still get a free pass. I say equal opportunity also means that every race has the equal opportunity to SUCK- and to be called out and face the consequences when they suck. My black friends don’t get that, and most of them still think Obama is the best thing since sliced bread.
My black friends don’t believe me when I tell them about Obama’s complicity and approval of black genocide (40% of all aborted babies are black, but black people are only 12% of the population,) and how it works in his best interest to keep as many people as he can uneducated and governmentally dependent. When I criticize Obama and call out his hatred of our country to them – and even to some white people I know who have inexplicably jumped on the Obama Titanic- the first response is that I’m a racist. Though I also point out that I would vehemently oppose a(n) (all) white guy who has done and said what Obama’s done and said, my rational arguments against him fall on deaf ears.
It’s never too early to impeach, although Obama would really have to do something outrageous to cheese off Harry Reid and that crowd. If it were possible for the public outcry against him to be so overwhelmingly loud that even the Dems in the Senate would have to hear and fear for their cushy positions, they would throw Obama under the bus, but the problem so far is even with all the egregious errors and trampling on the Constitution and the impeachable offenses that Obama’s committed, the media covers for Obama. They’ve done a really good job of putting a ribbon on a turd, but let’s face it, even when you put a ribbon on a turd, you don’t make the turd not be a turd anymore.
Sadly, while I liked Mitt Romney more as I listened to him, even I have to admit that I didn’t so much vote FOR Romney as I did AGAINST Obama. That’s not a really great motive, even when you are voting against evil. I think what this country really needs is to have someone really great to believe in, and who can explain his/her plan in a way that connects with the majority of people. Unfortunately the last one we have seen like that is Reagan, and he’s dead. Romney is a good man, and I thought he had a much better plan than Obama, although I freely admit my mentally challenged deaf Husky could do a better job in the Oval Office than Obama. At least Sheena is housebroken. The problem is that Romney is not a Reagan, as much as people like me who are so disgusted and appalled with the Marxist-in-Chief would have liked him to be. Romney appealed to those who really had it with Obama, but Romney didn’t appeal to those who for whatever (bizarre and whacked out) reason were neutral toward or favored Obama. Therein lies the problem.
I don’t think that being less conservative and more politically correct is the answer at all, unlike the MSM pundits who want the American public to shut up and be good little socialists like they are in Europe. I think being American, not accepting the status quo, and standing up for the truth is the only way to fly. The challenge is how to get the right message across, and finding the right person to do it.
All I know is I will keep on telling the truth, and maybe one person might get it. I’m too crass and to the point to even think of pursuing political office. For the most part, I vent, but maybe my venting will make someone stop and think.
Back to Neal Schon.
I am so glad I got to hear his rendition of the National Anthem.
The Journey show last night was awesome, and so were the other bands- Pat Benatar and Loverboy were excellent live, and the whole show was certainly worth seeing. If anything it lifted my mood and got my mind out of the dark funk.
This too shall pass. I don’t like to let political views stand between friends, even though I believe very strongly in what I believe in. At least I care. I may not be 100% right but then again neither is anyone else.