Those of you who visit the garden regularly probably get tired of my constant whining about what I perceive as reality. Maybe I had an operation at some point that connected my optic nerve to my sphincter muscle that’s causing my shitty outlook on life. Aside from researching for things to post here I never read about anything political. It just doesn’t seem to matter much anymore. Once you understand how the game is played you can nearly always predict the outcome of any situation.
The democrats have to cheat, but they usually win.
The media will always defend them. They took an ordinary street hustler from Chicago and turned him into a president.
Politicians, liberals in particular, flout the laws we’re forced to live by at will without much fear of punishment.
The game is rigged. We finally got a majority in both the House and the Senate and nothing has changed. The GOIP elite don’t care if the democrats run the show as long as they get their cut.
Amnesty is an inevitability because the left needs the votes and the GOP’s money men at the Chamber of Commerce want the cheap labor.
The few conservatives willing to stand up for the people are quickly silenced or targeted by the media whores for ridicule and abuse.
I’ll concede most minorities may be decent people. It’s just that any time I see a headline about a murder, rape or armed robbery my initial thought, even before reading, is usually accurate. It’s cringeworthy to see the level of savagery that seems to be commonplace in many areas.
Things will never change. Once you get a majority of people accustomed to living on a basic subsistence without working, you have a captive electorate. Even with the alarming abortion rate in the black community there are still millions born into poverty to single mothers that will continue the cycle of ignorance and dependency. Add to that the tens of millions of illegals rushing across the border to take advantage of the things hard-working Americans have sacrificed so much for and the only logical conclusion is that we’ll never see another republican president again.
For the most part I will content myself with old westerns, watching my grandkids grow, and my regular Thursday breakfast with my cousin and uncles. I’m watching more baseball than I used to and am eagerly anticipating the upcoming NFL draft.