Sequestration – Short and Sweet



We have medicine to take. But we don’t want to take our medicine because we don’t feel sick yet. Even though we can look at other countries that have the same disease and see how sick they are getting – we want to wait because we don’t like the taste of the medicine. Our parents don’t want to make us take our medicine because they are afraid we won’t love (re-elect) them anymore.

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3 thoughts on “Sequestration – Short and Sweet

  1. To christian adventurer2:

    Yup, you are right. Politics has got me down.

    In all my years I can only think of Viet Nam and the Civil Rights era where we even came close to being as divided a country as we are now.

    It’s not like factions can agree to disagree. Now it seems you must “destroy your enemy” by spin, half-truths and outright mischaracterizations. Media driven sudden death, cage match vitriol.

    Scary. What kind of country have we become?

    Well anyway, more blogging to follow. Need some happy stuff. I will fire up Mia to write something about her big happy three – chocolate, Chihuahuas and cooking.

  2. 🙂

    Hey I thought you were the funny guy?

    Politics got you down?

    I guess all we can do is refuse to drink the kool-aid, and grow up and realize government doesn’t save anyone. It is not your daddy, mommy, money lender or messiah. If we look to government to make our lives better, it will always let us down.

    We should try strive to make our government better but understand it is a flawed system in a flawed world.

    BTW, I’m retired military and sequestration makes me angry, angry, angry so I won’t even respond to that request or my comment would run into a 10-page ditrabe. LOL

    It has been nice seeing you blog more lately. Keep it up!

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