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Too many moving parts

Too many moving parts

The (bad) news recently reminds me of a flock of birds.

I can’t seem to focus on any one of them.


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delicountessa | July 7, 2011 at 12:55 pm

It gets a little over-whelming. Try focusing on only a few things and let others handle the rest. We (conservatives/libertarians/tea party) have many sites and groups. They can pick up the slack until you are able to regroup.

Are you hinting that we can expect “Flock of Seagulls” in your Video of the Day section soon? I protest! We DO have standards here.

I agree. After making all the usual internet pit stops with my early morning coffee and feeling overwhelmed, I came by this when I returned at lunch: (TWT)”The Obama administration is about to make another concession to Russia on missile defense by concluding an agreement with Turkey to base a radar there that would monitor Iranian missile launches.”

I thought to quickly cover my eyes and finish reading the article from a tiny slit between my fingers. I’m really starting to feel scared.

Sadly, it’s the price we pay for being political junkies.

I wondered why you hadn’t weighed in on the Casey Anthony verdict/travesty, or did I miss it?

It seems to me I’ve heard a name for that situation. Let me try to remember … hmmmmm … hmmmmm … That’s it!

It’s called: Planned Chaos.

LukeHandCool | July 8, 2011 at 12:23 am

I like Marco Rubio’s statement that we don’t need higher taxes … we need more taxpayers.

LukeHandCool (who, just this evening, jogged by a flock of seagulls attacking the unattended food of three beachgoers, obviously inlanders, wading ankle-deep in the Pacific, oblivious to the vicious avian flashmob looting their snacks, and who, as he tried to keep up with his 20-year-old daughter, fell back if only because it’s hard to run in the dry sand as is, let alone when you’re simultaneously looking over your shoulder to see when the hapless victims of seagull savagery will react).