Saturday, May 29, 2010

Being Democrats

What I find amazing about the left is if they don't get everything they want when they want it, with all of their intellectual brilliance and fierce impatience, they whimper and whine just like the right, just like recalcitrant teenagers, for the right are as children, who when they don't get their way take their books, not toys, and beat them over the head of their own. What's up with this? I'm getting pretty annoyed with these teenagers.

13 comments:

septembermom said...

Too bad they can't be "grounded." LOL. Hope all is well Judith.

zorro said...

There seems to be a drive to simply get attention at the expense of everything else. What do these people want? Who else would they want as President and why would that stop the leak? The left ticks me off more than the right. Strategically, I can at least understand what the right are doing. They want to bring down any Democratic president. But the left should want a democratic president and congress. They are literally crying over spilt milk.

Judith Ellis said...

LOL, Kelly. All is well, friend.

Judith Ellis said...

It is quite ridiculous, Zorro.

zorro said...

Here is a column from the NYTimes. I completely disagree with it, but it is an example of the narrative
the left seems bent on constructing about Obama.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/29/opinion/29blow.html

Judith Ellis said...

I mean really...with a name like Blow who's listening? He'll be just fine. :-)

Here is a list of President Obama's unheralded accomplishments of the first year:

http://open.salon.com/blog/je_robertson/2010/01/06/obamas_first_year_a_vast_array_of_underreported_successes

Opaque said...

Hehe, your frustrations are valid and obvious and... something that makes me giggle as well. I agree with you!

Judith Ellis said...

Ugh! (:-)

Bonnie Bonsai said...

hahaha ...

my straight impertinent question Judy is, what becomes of the leaders especially the leaders of the world at large.

Is there no more hope to it? The world is going upside down!

Judith Ellis said...

Bonnie - It's looking pretty dismal right now. But I still have hope. Good to see you. Hope all is well.

JOHN O'LEARY said...

Geez, I couldn't agree more. I'm even having a problem watching Matthews and Olbermann, with their constant harping on Obama's lack of properly stage-managed righteous indignation at the Gulf disaster. And then I go to parties in Cambridge and have to listen to the crazies fulminating about the Illuminati, 911 Truth, the Federal Reserve conspiracists, etc. This won't win elections. I'm not really a Centrist, but lately I feel like one.

Judith Ellis said...

Say that, I have given up on Chris Matthews long ago. I rarely watch him. He's just too full of himself, a virtual know it all about all issues. Keith Olbermann I still watch occasionally, actually more than not. But I'm really annoyed at the left. It's just stupid, plain and simple. Ugh, the Illuminati. They most certainly have little in common with the masses and their spewing gets nothing done. Period.

monkeywithglasses said...

I think this is a huge part of the frustration felt in the country now. It seems neither party works in anyone's interest except their own hidden, obtuse ones.

Both parties flip flop, lash out, and jump on whatever bandwagon seems to be driving by at the time.

It's no wonder people are dissatisfied with those elected to represent them. Politicians are all the same... the one with a blue flag today will have a red one tomorrow. But I'm purple!