Tired is a good word for what the world is doing to people. Stress is another.
Hang in there, folks. The worm will turn.
posted on 03/27/2010 11:59:34 AM PDT
Tired is a good word for what the world is doing to people. Stress is another. Hang in there, folks. The worm will turn.
What does that mean? We won't be tired anymore. I too am 63 years old and tired doesn't quite define the way I feel. I volunteered to go to Viet Nam when it was not a cool thing to do. I spent two tours fighting communists and now I have to fight them at home.
I am not tired, I am angry.
I watched tens of thousands of people march on the Capitol, I was one of the ones sending emails, faxes and making phone calls. All to no avail
The Socialists decry civility yet they totally ignored the cry of 2/3 of the population saying they did not want their bill. It was passed anyway and then they become cry babies because someone leaves them a voicemail threatening bodily harm.
Were they civil?
Every single Senator, Congressman that voted for that bill, and the President should be tarred, feathered and run out of town on a rail.
Maybe I am tired. I have been tired of the same things as stated above for a while. Maybe I am tired of having lost one personal freedom after another. Maybe I am tired for not having a place to go when the United States reaches the point that caused the Revolution.
Maybe I am tired.
posted on 03/27/2010 12:12:24 PM PDT
by Misplaced Texan
(July 4, 2009 - the first day of the 2nd Revolution!)
I agree the worm will turn. The problem is that it might turn well after we are gone. This sh&t is going to take a long time to correct.
posted on 03/27/2010 12:20:58 PM PDT
(Obama is Kenyan for "turd")
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