Kindred’s Special: American Defunctville

The other day I saw several students reply to questions concerning the election of Obama and some did not even know who he was or what what he stood for or what the idea of “change” meant. Now, there is a sampling of an informed voter, RIGHT? GO VOTE!!!!!!!! Whatever happened to intelligence?

Wonder if anyone ever asked a chessplaying voter to impart some sort of commentary although most would likely look you in the eye and simply say: “1.Pawn to King’s Fourth.” What is the point?

Change? What is the change Obama talks about? He picks a bunch of old hacks from the Clinton administration with credentials that would not get you in the front door! if truth be told.

Our nation is tettering on the edge of some dark hole that reminds me of playing a checker one move at a time without any grasp of why it was so moved.

God, I got to get off the subject. I just hope America will still be around when I turn my next birthday.

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