Did something I promised myself that I would never do. Took a person’s remarks:
liberals are such idiots
and personalized it. So I wrote a stupid reply to something that wasn’t worth replying to.
That remark in itself was not worth replying to. Before President Clinton’s impeachment but especially after I’ve been seeing changes in this country that make me sick.
If a Republican commits a crime it’s in the public interest even if it lines their pockets; if a Democrat doesn’t commit a crime, but does something Re publican’s don’t like it’s a crime against humanity and our way of life.
I don’t get this whole anti-liberal thing. When did compassion become something that only religious people are capable of? When Bush decided that since he’s bankrupting our country, religious institutions should take care of social programs, I would think.
When did it become wrong to question our government? Don’t say on 9/11 because 88 percent of all Manhattanites who voted didn’t thing so–we do vote in large numbers, and we are the people who had the most at stake, before the Iraq fiasco.
I support our troops in Iraq, but they don’t belong there. It’s turning into another Viet Nam. My growing up years could be measured by that war. Personally it gave me a focus; and for a shy awkward teenager it was a good cause and a good way to meet people. But that’s a hell of a reason for supporting (or not) a war.
I don’t want to become a bitter angry person; I’ve seen too many people die alone because they were. I don’t want to turn my blog into a platform against Conservatives.
I don’t spew my views with venom or malice. I hope others can do the same.