Having successfully overhauled a few things on the site, I can now concentrate my energies, such as they are, to providing something worth your time reading. I looked at the news today and there are numerous news and opinion pieces about “Classified Documents.”
There are articles about more documents showing up in various Biden ratholes. There are accounts by talking heads on both sides about why there is or isn’t a smoking gun in all of this. There are articles comparing the two special counsel investigations of Joe Biden and Donald Trump. They even manage to drag Hillary Clinton’s server back into the discussion. It’s fascinating!
Well, no it isn’t. The intel agencies and the Justice Department can find a judge to decide any of these “cases” any way they want to. How they are spinning these two fantasies is completely out of our control and honestly of no interest to me. We’ll deal with the fallout. That might have interesting consequences. But nervously waiting to see what they’ll charge Trump with is a waste of time. They’ll use the primary elections as a basis of when or if to indict him. So, what are we supposed to do about it? Nothing.
And so, the news just doesn’t seem to be full of interesting things right now. Of course, it is fun to watch Dopey Joe get slapped around by CNN and MSNBC for a change. It’s hard for me to tell if they’ve gotten their marching orders on this or whether they’re also confused as to what they should do. Who knows, maybe Biden isn’t following orders and is being threatened behind the scenes if he doesn’t agree not to run again. With these people anything is possible. But interest palls quite quickly.
I guess the only value in this charade is to instruct the general public that our federal masters have long ago stopped pretending that they care what we think. In one case holding onto classified documents is just a misunderstanding; no harm, no foul. In the next case it’s a capital crime and then in the third, back to a misunderstanding again. The lesson is that reality is whatever they say it is. But for most of us we’ve already seen this show before.
I guess we need a new diversion to keep me from getting bored with the whole thing. Maybe we can watch to see how the disaster in the Ukraine plays out. That’s a real-life train wreck in slow-motion and probably a major embarrassment for the globalist project. They attempted to force Putin into a fait accompli and he turned the tables on them. He actually believes in his people and their right not to be globalized out of existence. Unfortunately, it will cost the Ukrainian (and Russian) soldiers dearly. Hundreds of thousands will die and the Ukraine will be shattered into at least two parts. But getting into bed with Barack Obama and Joe Biden was a pretty stupid decision on their part and the Ukrainians will learn a very painful lesson about how the world works. It will also cost us several hundreds of billions of dollars or more. And if the State Department and the Pentagon are really crazy it might just get us all nuked too.
Another sideshow will be the Republicans in the House. We’ll get to see how they stack up against the previous generations of Congress Critters. And this is good news for them. They’ll have to fail pretty abysmally to be judged in the same league with John Boehner’s or Paul Ryan’s gangs of stooges. I’ll confess that I have some traces of hope that they might show themselves to be better than expected. So, there is something to keep us amused there too.
But I find that there’s plenty to keep me busy in the real world. Family, friends and the doings of my surroundings keep me busy and allow me to positively impact my little world. Saints be praised, I’m even helping the local Republicans to get things done. Who knows, with a lot of hard work we might even make our corner of New England just a little less cobalt blue!
But now that I’m done with my site work I’ll have some amusing stuff coming up soon. Maybe even a few laughs.
“our corner of New England”
I’m just south of moosehead lake. Are you anywhere nearby?
Howdy Mobius. No, I’m way down south in southern New England. I’m originally a transplant from NYC back in 1987 but I’ve lived in all three of the southern New England states in that time. Even when I’ve vacationed in Maine I was at the southern tip, Old Orchard Beach, to take the kids to the beach there. But I’ve known some good folks from Maine over the years.