Friday Ramblings with Robert
I Gotta Disagree With Brett
I am a big fan of these big pricey road signs that let me know just how the government is spending my money. In fact I wish they would put a note on the sign and let me know how many Americans were put to work to make the sign and put it up. Then I’d really like to know which one proofread it because it is very clever to have the Reinvestment Act and American Recovery switched out. Of course by now you realize I am being sarcastic with my view on this. Is it to hard for our leaders and government to do something without actually letting us know they are doing it for us. I mean we do pay for these basic things and should expect them rather than be impressed by all this right?
Scary Just Scary
If you haven’t seen the video of the New Jersey schoolchildren brainwashed by teachers who are supposedly getting paid to educate them, then take 2 minutes and check this out. It must be good to know that teachers are taking a religiously based tune, in a public school no less, and changing the words around to replace Jesus with Barack Hussein Obama. How scary is that. It is one thing to show respect for the President no matter who it is, but it is absurd for teachers in public schools to be doing this. Thought control has no place in our public education system and I can only imagine the outrage from the left if it had been a song about George Bush, but because it is Obama like all things that involve him it only must be good and wholesome for our children to be learning this kind of stuff in school. Who needs math and science or even reading for that matter.
This Might Get Interesting
I know that Phil Bryant is a huge frontrunner to be the next Republican nominee for governor, but Dave Dennis from the coast sure sounds interesting and intriguing to me. The guy is an outsider and that may be appealing to some and we see comparisons in the column to Kirk Fordice, who despite his brash nature, was a very popular and appealing governor. I’m not taking sides yet, but Dennis has my attention as someone who might bring something refreshing to state politics.