I starting jotting down my thoughts when they spurted in the channels of my little gray cells. These are some of the politically oriented entries from my tattered old theme book that seemed to be recent enough as to pass the freshness test:
Repeal Citizens United: Corporations are not people and money is not speech.
Republican Party: Is it possible that the infighting between the sorry Republican candidates for President might alienate so many people that the Party may implode?
Trans-vaginal probe: Virginia backed down when faced with spontaneous backlash (and legal definition of rape) but still made pre-abortion tests a requirement.
The Republican Party: I read that the Republican’s have nothing left but fear, hatred and lying.
Republican Accomplishments: Sad but when a list of government accomplishments, advances in the wealth and quality of life of all Americans, there was a slight imbalance with the Republicans scoring zero.
Republican Victory: Can the Republican Party successfully run a presidential campaign against a fictional character and win?
Home Schooling: Parents are quick to announce the success of their efforts but do the failures ever get recognized?
Entitlements: Why do the Republicans rant about entitlements like Social Security creating a budget crisis when we pay for these up front and they are not a part of the budget or the debt?
Democrats vs. Republicans: A recent study suggests Democrats are more concerned for caring and fairness but the Republicans much less so.
Our future: Democrats want to make the country better; Republicans want to make the rich richer. Republicans want you to fear Democrats; Democrats want Republicans to tell the truth once in awhile.
No Candidates in 2040: The Onion points out that because of embarrassing entries on Facebook, there will be no candidates qualified to run for political office by the year 2040
I feel better now even if nothing changed.