Friday, March 26, 2010

Friday

The lunacy continues. But that's all politics and all the junk that is going on - I believe we are all well aware of what is going on and how to correct it if you are so inclined - at the polls in November. I will guess that a record number of turnouts will be at those polls later this year and an even greater record to be set in the numbers of people registering to vote. I don't care how long that line is, I will be voting if I have to stand there 3 hours. Well, if I'm still around that is : ) I never like to assume that the span of my earthly existence will take me any further than the day I am in - ie: today. Yes, my beliefs are "steeped" in religion, or, more pointedly, coming from the Bible.

It is a bit odd, though, that radio talk show hosts are the people that have more "power" in all of this than most anyone. But, enough of that.

There is one thing that Obama is doing that I find particularly unsettling: his treatment of Israel, the Prime Minister and the attitude he is displaying towards that nation. Obama/U.S. really has no right to interfere with the decisions that a foreign government is making concerning it's own nation. Walking out on the Netanyahu at a dinner is inexcusable and reprehensible. I sincerely hope that Obama is a one-term president, as this man seems to hold himself above everyone. HE knows what's best for us, we dumb@$$ Americans don't know anything. Yes, well I do know one thing: I did NOT vote for him and I suspect many people who did are regretting that decision. If Obama wants to interfere with the inner workings of a foreign nation, perhaps he should go to North Korea or Iran and discuss with it's leaders how they are treating their own people. Yeah, I didn't think so. He's using his position as a sort of bully pulpit - against the wrong people.

Well, whatever. The work day is almost here and I want to finish reading some other news stories, such as the semi truck that ran over at least 6 motorcycles yesterday in the Phoenix area, killing at least 3 riders. The man admitted he was "distracted".

G'day.

ben

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