Savage Ramblings Of The Political Season

Fa-La-La, uhh-hum.

I haven’t really been inclined to get my politics on this week, as I have been having dreams of pizza-eating kangaroos and dealing with the folly and jolly of Christmas.

You see, I’m watching it but I’m sort of “Feh” about it all.

Things I’ve had my eye on this weekend are certainly entertaining, but I’m not so sure that I was in the mood to sit and write a whole montage about it, but I do invite you to go see some of the highlights of the political week. My ADD is just not feeling it.

Yeah, it’s Tuesday.  (Look a penguin.)

First out of the gate, watch Lawrence O’Donnell lose his mind over Mitt Romney on the McClaughlin Group’s weekend show. Also watch Pat Buchanan and Monica Crowley’s heads start spinning. It’s more about political entertainment than anything else, but needless to say, McDonnell doesn’t like Mormons. I offer it to you without further comment.

Surge. Man, our government and mainstream media love that word. Well, Mike Huckabee might be surging, but he still isn’t going to win the presidency at this point. Let’s talk about Ron Paul for no other reason than it keeps my attention.

The story of Michael Guest.

This has always happened. Candidates want information on their opposition. Yet, it’s a story on Drudge and the New York Times which still makes me scratch my head but it’s the way of the new world so I concede, who is also under fire for some things as well.

And, finally, I’m with Pesky here and feeling something would be more than groovy. I still have no idea, but I know who I don’t like. I wish I was more passionate about a candidate for president, but alas, I’m not.

0 comments for “Savage Ramblings Of The Political Season

  1. December 11, 2007 at 8:36 am

    I’m grateful for the intertubes. I didn’t get to see Larry’s meltdown on Sunday, since WNPT is begging for dollars, which throws all their Sunday afternoon schedule out of whack… y’know, Wayne Dyer, Susie Orman, etc.

    Still haven’t seen it, but I’ll watch it when I get home.

  2. December 11, 2007 at 8:19 pm

    Well, having seen it, it’s not so crazy-sounding, compared to 85% of anything Pat Buchannon or Tony Blankley have to say on there at any given time.

  3. December 12, 2007 at 6:06 am

    You’re right but I loved it. I like it when they get all saucy on De’ Group.