Saturday, May 09, 2009

B-Money's Saturday morning ramblings: Lavallette June 5-6, my newly acquired taste for tea, and blows delivered by bitter right-wing blowjobs!

"Come, come, my conservative friends, wipe the dew off your spectacles, and see that the world is moving." -Elizabeth Cady Stanto

What's good ladies and gentlemen, family friends and fans? This is your boy B-Money following up with an update. We're itching closer and closer to the summer now. There will be another KDP get together down in Lavallette at Mike's shore house on the weekend of June 5-6. Knowing that summer is right around the corner, I certainly can not wait for that weekend to get here. That should be an outstanding weekend; it will serve as a worthy summer-approaching sequel to the recession proof celebration of life that we all had back in March.

Throughout the work week my taste for tea has evolved risen to the forefront, as I have been enjoying delicious hot cups of Cinnamon Stick flavored Tea from Bigelow, as a hiatus from the coffee. The tea works just as effectively, and it's healthier, so the substitution is satisfying! With the help of just a little pinch of sugar, that tea has what it takes to get me wired in the morning. Usually I will have two cups a day, drinking one in the morning and one in the afternoon after lunch. Love it!

Right wings continue to take stabs at the democratic party, continuously displaying their bitterness over the fact that the political governance of our country is no longer working in their favor. Earlier today I posted a status message on facebook, which happens to be a quote by Elizabeth Cady Stanto. The quote reads, "Come, come, my conservative friends, wipe the dew off your spectacles, and see that the world is moving." The extreme right winged conservative, who is more or less an acquaintance of mine, hastily replied, "the world is moving, but you have fallen off the train." Ouch! Just a little bitter, wouldn't you say?

Fact of the matter is, those who are logical enough to put aside the Fox News goggles are realistic in their understanding of the time President Obama might need to jump start the economy and manage the two wars we're in. Economic recovery remains the primary issue 110 days into this administration. If I learned anything from the eight year Bush administration, it's that you can fall when apathy causes you to take your eye off the ball, and there will not always be something or someone to catch you when the White House is comprised of retards. It is about time we have someone with the integrity, competence, and political acumen that President Obama has thus far exhibited.

For years we have allowed businesses to maintain their greedy and incompetent ways by rewarding the failure of their traders [AIG for example] with millions of dollars in bonus checks. Republicans and livid that the government is now taking the necessary steps to oversee and closely monitor the corruption that has been taking place, from businesses issuing substantially large and unjustified bonus money, to banks incompetently lending out loans to people who can not afford to pay them back. To all of you angry right-wing nut jobs out there who feel like taking stabs, we tried it your way for eight long and torturous years. We have seen how greedy corporations can be when they are not closely monitored or supervised. You like to suggest that there is a trickle down effect, but the money and perks all trickle down to the people who do not deserve it.

The bottom line is: Your way did not work. Your way failed us. Now it is time for a brand new way. Now it is time for change. That is why 52% voted in President Obama. Nonetheless, extreme conservatives will continue to watch Fox News faithfully, on their knees saying "Halo be thy Hannity", while Mr. Obama takes care of the business at hand and gives a solid and respectful effort through his administration to clean up the mess that we are now in.

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