This has no reference to Senator Al Franken because that would be stupid.
It’s only taken 20 minutes of this story and I’ve decided this storm should be renamed “Election Fatiguestorm“, or “Thank God we have something else to talk Aboutstorm”.
The level of excitement greeting this Possibly severe storm, that Could create difficulties across the East Coast, and Might cause flooding is bizarre but predictable. And it includes many of my favorite meaningless words. The only ones missing are Love and Fair.
Here’s the skinny…
The Media’s guy is losing, people are finally beginning to understand certain economic issues, and the Left is out of October Surprises. So, no surprise.
Be afraid. Be very, very afraid. Pay no attention to politics. Stop thinking.
I’m not even going to discuss the mindset that allows such a weather phenomena to occupy the headlines when it will be isolated to the East Coast. The reason I’m not going to talk about it is because everyone knows that Physicists, working for CNN, determined the center of the Universe to be located on the island of Manhattan years ago. So it’s old news. And, it would be stupid just like anything to do with Al Franken.
I’m going to go pop a beer, a pain-killer, some corn, and settle in on the couch to watch the ever-changing terror forecasts as this behemoth “bares down on the East Coast”. I will be wearing my Munch mask.
Oh wait… no I wont. Because I don’t give a crap about the East Coast accept that when some idiot farts in the security line at Hartsfield and it delays all the flights headed West.
Enjoy your stupid storm and make sure to cast your stupid vote so we can keep guys like Obama… and Al Franken in office making stupid decisions for you.
October 25th, 2012 at 6:54 pm
Are you ok? your cynicism seems to have contracted a case of elephantitis.
alcohol is not the generally accepted treatment for cynical elephantitis.
voting is the treament, it makes you feel big and strong again.
October 25th, 2012 at 7:11 pm
I’m Sorry. I have my first meeting tomorrow… They tell me admitting I have a problem is the first step.