Saturday, April 11, 2015

Hello! Go Away!


Yup, I'm in the Boston Herald again.

(If you like me, that's a good thing. If you don't like me, what in hell are you doing here?)

So, you may as well go there and read what I have to say.


Or you could run out and buy a hard copy of the paper. If you do so, it will serve as your admission ticket to my Pulitzer-winning party, sometime in 2029. There will be free sauerkraut!

That's all I've got today. Go there and read more.

Please?

Soon, with more - and likely much lengthier - stuff.


9 comments:

Craig said...

You and I have had a few brief conversations about my, uh, ambivalence regarding Libertarianism. But we share this - a complete disdain for the country-club set that holds hegemony in the Republican party.

I'm a man without a country, politically speaking. The Democrats loathe me, and the Republicans ignore me. What's a nice Catholic boy to do? ;)

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

Golly... Craig hasn't said anything that I couldn't say.

messymimi said...

Funny, we used to be able to say Republicans couldn't win in Louisiana, either. Now look what we're stuck with!

Tabor said...

I think we are due for some big changes in politics....or not if the oligarchy continues to maintain control.

Shammickite said...

Amurrican politics continue to mystify me so I don't want to comment on the subject of who's in the running for Prez and who's not, but one thing I am certain of is that you are building a great future by getting so many articles published in the BH. I can't buy a copy of the BH here, so is it OK if I come to your Pulitzer party with a copy of the Toronto Star? This, if the Star is still publishing in 2019.
BTW... non-robot verification has me selecting pictures of soup.... that's weird!!

Shammickite said...

I meant 2029 of course.

Maggie May said...

I see both yours & my country are due for elections. Trouble is...... not sure who to vote in. Only 3 weeks to go. Never been so undecided. But I have to vote.....
Maggie x

Mich said...

Every time I watch or read political stuff in the news I just want to throw things. :/ Personally, I think we're overdue for something like the French Revolution. Rise up, erase, try to start over. Or at least something other than the joke that is the current American government.

You write really good articles, I'm jealous.

Eddie Bluelights said...

None of us knows who to vote for here in our elections in 3 weeks time. We simply do not trust any party and any leader whatever political persuasion . . . . :)

Your system is even more complicated than ours . . . . :)