Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Am I The Only One?

I've been avoiding Twitter, Facebook and FOX News recently. Make no mistake, I know what's going on, I just can't grasp the reality of it.

It starts with the Prez. This country elected him, and we're paying for it-in Foreign Relations, Homeland Security, the Economy... My mantra in the past has always been we get what we deserve; and that was true with WJClinton GWBush, JECarter, et al. The United States of America do not deserve BHObama. I'm not a birther, but I do find it curious he won't release any records, including an authentic Hawaiian birth certificate. Those are side issues, however, compared to the socialization of GM and Chrysler, AIG and other big insurance companies, health care, banks that are going under or near to it. BHO wants to socialize the financial industry, and I believe he will use the BP Gulf of Mexico disaster to socialize the oil companies. As for employment numbers, the US Government employs more people than the US Private Sector. Take a minute and think about that.

Now all the bad news. Swine Flu: the outbreak that wasn't for the second time around. Major earthquakes in Haiti and Chile. Billions to Haiti no talk about Chile. And, really, was Haiti's infrastructure worth billions of dollars before the earthquake? The economic collapse of several European countries, Greece being the latest. Why does the US Taxpayer have to bail out Greece? The BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. The Christmas Day and Times Square bombers, who were thwarted by US Citizens, not Homeland Security (or as I like to call it lately: Homeland Insecurity.) And these are just the highlights (lowlights?).

Politics is unbelievable. I have never in my life seen politicians ignore their constituencies with such a dismissive attitude. Now, the WH wants to "regulate" the internet. I'm sure it will be a huge step toward socialization, then the USA's internet will look like China's or Iran's. I'm soooo looking forward to that.

I can't stop feeling I'm living in a fictional book. I suppose some of it has to do with coping mechanisms, but I really find it hard to believe what's happened to the country I loved so much. I have been a political activist since high school. I graduated in 1980, and turned 18 in May of that year, so I got to vote in the Presidential election that year. I was also very privileged to meet Pres. and Mrs. Reagan. There was a time in my 20's, a brief time, that I flirted with liberalism, but I was never able to get past the Right to Life and liberal disdain for it. I want to make it clear, right now, I am not a Republican, I am Conservative. I was angry with GWBush for starting this whole slide toward Socialism with TARP and bailout legislation.

So, am I the only one who sees this? Am I the only one who finds the news surrealistic? Am I the only one who believes that to save the USA I grew up in and loved, the Right to Life has to come first? Am I the only one who wants to yell at cars with Obama/Biden stickers on them? Am I the only one who is coming out of the Conservative Closet in an overwhelmingly Liberal area? (If you want proof, check out my Rep: Tammy Baldwin.) Am I the only one who thinks November is a long way off, and the bad stuff is happening too fast?

4 comments:

  1. The right to life is the most basic human right - you are certainly correct about that. And it drives me crazy when people say you can be conservative without being pro-life and/or we need to focus on the "real" problems we have and maybe we'll get around to being pro-life when we solve all our "other" problems.

    I'd hate to think that our country "deserves" Obama, though since he was democratically elected, I guess in a general sense we do. But my children and future grandchildren sure don't deserve what he is doing to this country. I have a 22-year son who is fighting with all his might to take this country back (i.e. he is very involved politically) - and he does NOT deserve to have this country hijacked by socialists simply because there are so many stupid, uneducated people voting.

    Why would I say that? How do I know that so many of the people who voted for Obama are uneducated and stupid? I listen to Sean Hannity's "man on the street" interviews, that's how. Almost without exception the people he interviews voted for Obama but not one can give a reasoned argument for why they did so. They simply wanted "change." How idiotic!

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  2. No, you're not the only one. I felt exactly the same as you. When I lived in the San Francisco area for a long while I kept my mouth shut while feeling nauseous while reading the ridiculous left wing columns in the paper. As diappointed as I was with GW Bush, I was shocked that we had only two choices for the election--an old senator who tends to "cross the line" with liberals and BHO, of whom I know nothing about. Libs are empty suits, empty of new ideas, empty of working FOR the people, but full of arrogance and the most hypocritical people on the planet.

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