This Is How I Feel

This is how I feel about the state of the government most times these days. It’s funny and depressing at the same time.

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Can we just get to the 2010 Congressional Midterm Elections, kick these jackasses out of office, and maybe, just maybe, get on with the business of restoring some measure or vestige of sanity to America?

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8 Responses to “This Is How I Feel”

  1. KMJ Says:

    So –
    Both you and Jon Stewart have evoked Chuck, to make our point.

    Hmmmmmmm…………

  2. jonolan Says:

    Yeah, but Stewart makes just a “wee bit” more money doing it than I do.

  3. KMJ Says:

    Point taken, dude.
    Lol

    Yep.

    However, you and Stewy are not starving. May we at least agree upon that?

    xo!

  4. jonolan Says:

    No, I’m not starving by a long shot. That’s very true – though the Liberals keep trying to change that. 😛

  5. milton Says:

    the best way to starve the middle class is elect more corporate friendly fascists like jon boner and kyle and mcconell. if the right wins big 2010, we’ll all be rowing alongside chuck.

  6. jonolan Says:

    The major difference, milton, is that, while both sides would leave us “rowing alongside chuck,” the GOP at least believes that we should be able to buy the galley in question if we can earn enough to do so. The Liberals would keep us chain to the oars forever and to “indenture” our children as well.

  7. milton Says:

    i would love to buy the galley… but is that a fair statement? i dont think libs are anti capitalism (bill clinton, net gain 22,000,000 jobs… W, net loss 6,000,000) that’s how you look out for the middle class. the gop unfortunaetly has adopted the gecko motto that greed is good and bred the attitude that once you start taking/buying, you dont stop til its all yours! and policies made by gop encouraged it.

  8. milton Says:

    disclaimer: i am SO not (american) left or (american) right. wars by both parties shattered the lives of my family.

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