I'm out of blogging practice. So many thoughts but they're in chaos -- not nearly as organized as they once were. While I get focused and attempt to make blogging a priority again, I gotta keep posting ... so how about a look at what others have written about stuff that's on my mind:
My Thoughts Exactly
Political Correctness is a menacing form of viewpoint discrimination,
an intolerant “heckler’s veto” deployed to stifle reasonable debate of
Body Parts: Fort Hood Massacre Was Not A "Tragedy" ... It was an act of war and it was an atrocity.
So, I guess my bloggy break lasted a little too long. Certainly, the break didn't come about because I had nothing to write about. Never am I at a loss for topics that I am passionate about. But passion coupled with a completely overwhelming sense that I am only one person blogging to the choir can get discouraging.
The challenge, of course, is breaking through to those who have their heads so far up their a**es that their eyes are blind to how small and closed their minds are -- a challenge I face not only in the blogosphere, but in my everyday encounters with friends and colleagues, many of whom have been brainwashed by the liberal media.
It's a welcome challenge, despite the fact I am continuously singled out, pointed and laughed at for my politically conservative viewpoints and relentlessly mocked by people whose only news source is Jon Stewart.
Since last I blogged about serious issues, as opposed to fluff, so much has changed and yet nothing has changed:
The USA is still on the fast track to hell in a handbasket;
Signs of worldwide armageddon abound;
Fox News is still #1 and most-hated at the same time;
My hot button issues are still the national security dangers and economic burden of illegal immigration, the threat and infiltration of "radical" Islam in America and cigarette-smoking jerk-offs who think the streets of Los Angeles are their ashtray and sanitation workers are their maids paid for by taxpayers.
Passion stirred by failure at Fort Hood threatens to break my hiatus.
So, I'm back. Subscribe me, bookmark me, block me, whatever you gotta do. If you plan to visit regularly, my only request is that you leave your politically correct inclinations behind.
Think this is far fetched? Think folks don't really pick their political party association or presidential candidates based on what actors say? Guess again. Want proof? Read my personal account from the 2004 election: Undhimming this...