Saturday, October 5, 2013

It's been a rough year.

     Man, I couldn't believe that it has been a year since I posted anything here.  But as they say, time flies.

     I'm going to be honest with you, it's been a rough year.  For three reasons, and I'm going to tell you what they are, as if you don't already know.

     You think I'm going to say, Obama, Obama, and Obama.  Which is what I should say, I'll admit.  But I'm not going to do that.  But I am going to put him front and center.  He thinks he's number one, I'll make him number one and see how he likes that.

     1.  Obama.  Here's a guy who was born in Kenya, which is bad enough right there, and then he and his handful of liberal friends have to go and steal elections from God-fearing Republicans like John McCain and Mitt Romney, and they do it twice!  I'm here to tell you, I don't know what the Republican party is coming to, letting the Democrats steal elections like that.  I mean, if anybody ought to be stealing elections, shouldn't it be the good guys for a change?  I can't for the life of me see why anybody in his right mind can't see the obvious.  In fact, if there's one thing I can't stand, it's people who can't see the obvious.

      I keep thinking, if they had just let God elect Rick Santorum like He wanted to, we wouldn't be in this mess right now.  We'd all be standing up for the USA like we should, and we'd probably be locking liberals out of our national parks right now, which is what they deserve, instead of the other way around.  It just goes to show you, like the story about the horseshoe nail.

     2.  I hate to say this, but number two is Ima Gine.  I never would have believed it, but she just hasn't been the same since the election.  I think that is what started it all, and so I'm going to blame Obama for that too.  I mean, if the liberals could blame everything on George W. Bush, I think I have a right to do some serious blaming too, when the tables are turned.  After all, Obamacare is already supposed to be solving all our healthcare problems.  So, Barry, how come you don't have the answer for a little old thing like PMS??  You're going to solve our country's health problems, and you can't even cure my wife's PMS?  People talk about not trusting the government, I'm starting to believe it.

     Actually, it could be worse than PMS, in Ima Gine's case.  I mean, who ever heard of PMS going on month after month for a whole year?  It's beginning to get to me, I don't mind telling you.

     But I'll have to let you in on why I think it isn't just PMS, for two reasons, which I will call A and B.

     A.  Conservative women don't get PMS, and I can ga-ron-tee you that Ima Gine is conservative.   That gal was born conservative, if you know what I mean, and has never changed a bit.  So don't go telling me that she isn't conservative, and don't go saying she has PMS.  PMS is a liberal disease.  Women in New York have a lot of it, as you can plainly tell, and so do those women in San Francisco, if you get my drift.

     B.  Another reason I don't think that Ima Gine has PMS is that it's just too simplistic, if you understand my meaning.  It's got to be something worse than that, because when conservatives have problems, they have real, serious problems, not the whine-y stuff that the panty-waist liberals are always b--ching about.  So like I say, don't be telling me it's just PMS.  Heck, I know what PMS is -- I live with it.

     3.  Thirdly, and I'll be the first to say that he's the least of my problems, is Goofy.  I'm here to tell you, he makes Dumb and Dumber look dumber and dumber, if you follow me.  I mean, anybody who can't spell tree has got to be "out of his tree," like we used to always say.

     But also, I have the feeling that while I've been ignoring him, he's been ignoring me.  I know it's uncanny to think like that, but sometimes I do.  I'll be the first to admit it.

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