Everybody’s buddy


We are at a time when those running for office want us to
believe we are their buddies. They feel our pain, they know
what ails us, and they spout the same rhetoric every other
politician in history has uttered.

Some forget our Constitution and Bill of Rights ensures
that said rights cannot be taken away. Those who don’t
like guns promise to confiscate them, those that don’t
like the truth wish to sanction our speech, while still
others feel we don’t have the right to offend anyone.

Rumors say the RINOs are after Trump and don’t want
him elected and thus disrupt the status quo. We’re sure
the Donald isn’t worried as the same group has been
after Obama for 7 years and haven’t stopped him.

And all have plans to tighten the budget, give away
even more free stuff, or change how the rest of the
world perceives us. Healthcare is a big issue also.
The answer to our healthcare problems is make it free,
enhance Obamacare to make it better, or put it back
the way it was.

Bad mouthing opponents seems to be in vogue again
while we’re told why the one putting down others is
a better fit for the job. If they are as bad as the
rest are calling them, why do we want any of them?

It is about 10 months until the dust settles and we
get to choose between the survivors, yet we’re more
than tired of the whole thing. If all this in fighting
is going on now, we wonder what things will be like
once somebody wins. We could use a grown up in the
Comments are always welcome.


5 Responses to Everybody’s buddy

  1. QC Ghost says:

    It’s like voting for the leper with the most fingers. And then the toss-up between Trump and Cruz: Instead of fixing the brakes, buy a louder horn.

  2. cruisin2 says:


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  4. Rifleman III says:

    21st century – a hot dog in every pot.

  5. cruisin2 says:

    Rifleman III,
    thanks for the chuckle.

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