Saturday, August 24, 2019

So, I haven't written much

I know.  Nobody's reading anyway.  I am a bit disheartened by the political situation.  I don't like Trump at all.  He's a scumbag personally and intemperate idiot who tanks the market by saying stupid things he won't follow up on.  I think the media cries of racism are probably incorrect overall, but I do think he's a bit of a casual racist in that he thinks along racial lines the same way many folks of his generation did. 

I do really like his judges, though.  A lot.  We know he's not the one picking them, and whomever in his administration is doing that, I'm thrilled with their selections.

I don't like how he's spending.  It's worse than under Democrat control and it sickens me.  It's a threat to our national security and we're mortgaging the futures of our children and grandchildren for stuff we want now.  It's unacceptable, and now neither party will stop it.

I do like the trolling of the media and the political left.  They need it.  They take themselves far too seriously and most of America no longer does, so it's warranted and often hilarious.  I just wish someone else could do that and not say really stupid things on Twitter, too.

There's a lot to write, and perhaps I'll do more in the future.  I've found the Trump presidency as disheartening as the Obama presidency, just in different ways.

It was also really disheartening that Californians, following what they saw on TV rather than actually reading anything, voted no on Prop 6.  Yes, that was my last post.  It's further proof that if you spend enough money on advertising, you can get idiots to vote for anything in California.  That hurts me deep inside.

As our well-intentioned but misguided policies in California keep being implemented, we're seeing petty theft all but decriminalized so that you have to be home to receive your Amazon packages.  We're seeing garbage pile up in the streets.  We're seeing the return of medieval diseases because our kindness has invited the entirety of the nation's homeless population to California and we're letting them stay in tents and campers in our residential neighborhoods.  In short, California is going to hell, and quickly.  I'm afraid by the time people realize this, it will be too late to fix it.