Random Reflections about the Election

Anyone who gets his/her political news solely from the so-called main stream media might as well be deaf, dumb, and blind.

Ironically, man-on-the street interviews aired by Howard Stern and Bill O’Reilly tend to support Bill Maher’s contention that large numbers of American voters are stupid.

Apparently, young people haven’t yet heard enough demagoguery to recognize it when it’s used against them.

It’s hard to beat an opponent who is ready, willing, and able to lie about almost everything.

Married women and single women who tend to vote differently should talk among themselves to sort out what, in the long run, is better for the country as a whole.

If anyone in Congress ever again says “You’ll have to pass (the bill) to find out what’s in it,” he/she should be laughed out of office.

The stock market isn’t only about rich people. Anyone who has a 401K or other pension plan is negatively affected by market drops. (The day after the election, the market dropped about 300 points.)

Life is not fair. Government action can’t change that.

Joe Biden, who can’t keep straight what state he’s in, was probably picked by Barack Obama as insurance against impeachment.

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

Young Americans are going to have to learn about the evils of central government planning the hard way. (Unless they read Mark Levin’s books “Liberty and Tyranny” and “Ameritopia.”)

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