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Let The Bellyaching Begin

Thank God this reality television show is over, now we can go back to watching things with substance and credibility, like wrestling.

 



I
predicted this would happen twelve years ago. For many of us, that was the
first time we heard Obama speak or learned his name. I am just as much of an
American as anyone, but felt all along that I had no dog in this hunt. I
watched with a certain detached curiosity throughout the entire political
season. I tried to remain impartial and to make fun of both candidates and the
system equally. Of course, taking no discernible side makes you the enemy of
both sides. Have you considered that some stay on the fence because there are vicious
dogs in both yards and those dogs might be too stupid to know who to and who
not to bite?



I
got up this morning and prepared my coffee as usual, I then went out for a walk
as it brewed. The clouds were the same colors, the wind smelled the same, and
there was no mass hysteria in my neighborhood. In short, the world had not
ended, and my job was still waiting for me.



All
one need do, is turn on the television and voila, walla for the rest of us, you
know it all. I am so glad this is over. As so many of my supposed friends have recently
pointed out, I as a democrat, who has yet to vote for a democratic president,
can now go back to spending all my time smoking medical marijuana, walking to
the mail box to get my welfare check, once a month, and waiting for my next
opportunity to vote, once every two years, so I can turn our country into some
sick, twisted mix of socialism, communism and the sixties. Being a democrat is
such a hard life.



As
I predicted this outcome, I now predict what will happen in the next four
years. Next year the deficit will be bigger and regardless of how many are out
of work, those who are will still be just as hungry. Many will be employed, but
will continue to work at jobs for leading corporations that do not provide
adequate salaries, hours or benefits and certainly do not hold respect or
concern for them. The homeless problem will continue to grow and be swept under
the rug, so it doesn’t scare the rest of us. There will be over six million
children abused and at least ten of those children will be beaten to death each
day. Taxes, tension and what is demanded of us will continue to increase. Our
rights, the American dream and peace of mind will continue to decrease.



We
will continue to build prisons and continue to choke down the overworked
judicial system with cases against those whose crimes are committed against
themselves and, don’t forget, other frivolous lawsuits. Tell me again why we
continue to elect lawyers to run our country; they seem to have done a marvelous
job with everything else they got involved in. The wars on Iraq and Afghanistan
may subside, but we will continue the wars on terrorism and drugs. Both are similar
to fighting with mythical and illusive creatures that disappear when pursued
too vigorously. Neither one weakens but strengthens with each battle.



Sorry,
but all of this is a consequence of our current political shortcomings. This
outcome was predestined regardless of the winner of the election. All the above
mentioned problems have been marching in the same direction for as long as I
can remember. In what world do we dream this will change?



So
now the bellyaching begins. We have four more years to hear how awful this
president is; just as we had to listen to how incompetent Bush was for the
eight years before that. It’s funny, I remember listening to just as much
bellyaching about Carter, Reagan, another guy named Bush and Clinton, seems to
be a trend. As long as we continue to bellyache, we are not asking questions,
it’s what they want and exactly what they get.



The
people have spoken, and this election was far from the closely contested
elections of the recent past. I urge all Americans to get over it and get busy
with the reforms we so badly need. Remember that one person, the president,
does not make or break this magnificent nation, but one person, you, can make a
difference. Politics demands that politicians now slip into some sick form of
stalemate and try everything in their power, to not accomplish, anything. Our
country can no longer afford to sit by and allow this to happen, get involved
in something real, instead of the smoke and mirrors of party politics. If you
think the administration is weak, then use this opportunity to take back the
country.



Thank
God this reality television show is over, now we can go back to watching things
with substance and credibility, like wrestling. 

 

Kennesaw Taylor

www.facechildabuse.com

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