Saturday, November 08, 2014

What A Gyp!


I express my sentiments, concerning the most recent elections, at The Boston Herald. As you might gather from the title here, my sentiments there are not entirely cheerful.

Here! Go There!

If you would express your sentiments (that is, if you like me and want to see me smile) I'd appreciate it.

Soon, with more better stuff.




14 comments:

joeh said...

You knew where to check for power steering fluid? I'm impressed.

Craig said...

You make a great point here, Jim. . .

A few years back, I came to the realization that, as much as the talking heads on the TV and in the newspapers want to tell us that elections are fraught with near-ultimate significance, the impact of politics on the daily living of our lives is blessedly small, and the smaller the better. . .

Jackie said...

Like you.
Want to see you smile.
Went there.
Commented.
Meant it.

(not necessarily your) Uncle Skip, said...

I go along with Craig, with the provision that the more we depend upon government, the bigger the effect it has.

Ruby said...

I loved reading about your day much better than knowing about political affairs of any country, pretty much the same.

Jimmy said...

Don't you just love politics, seems to work this way every time no matter who wins :)

Suldog said...

Thanks for all the nice comments (here, and there.) I'm blessed, no matter who wins any election!

sandyland said...

here too voted down school tax and medical marijuana

Hilary said...

Awww.. feel better soon. You and the car.

It's.a.crazy.world said...

Voting is like having a baby (although I realize you won't ever have that second experience)....after all the pain you swear you won't ever do it again....for a year or so, you're ready to go again!

Daryl said...

i really don't think things will ever be different in DC no matter who is in the majority as long as the people who vote keep reelecting reps who listen to the money men/lobbyists vs the people they're supposed to be representing … hope the car is better soon

Barbara Shallue said...

Loved it. I think there are way too many people who believe politicians when they're told they're going to make everything in their life peachy-keen. I am sorry you had such a rotten day, though. Yikes!

Shammickite said...

You've had better days, right? Always a good move to blame a politician, that's what they're there for.

pinoy said...

who ever wins, the system will still remain