I sense I am watching the destruction of our government. Day by day. Always something new.
How many of us care? I assume at least 50 percent. I wish it was 100 percent, that we never had to deal with the problem.
I have lived a long life. Never once conceived what is happening today would occur.
I fear we are not killing the “coup movement.” So many a part of it. Not just politicians. Everyday people. Young and old alike.
The U.S. has always reflected being made of stern stuff. It could overcome everything. I hope it can this time.
Krysten Sinema. A hippy from the ’60s. She arrived two generations too late. She would have been a leader in the 1960’s lifestyle.
She has acquired a new label: Denim Girl.
This past week she wore a denim vest while presiding over the Senate. Pure intentional disrespect.
She had to know it was in poor taste. That it adversely reflected on her respect for the Chamber.
Denim attire is prohibited in the Senate. There is a sign for example in the Senate Press Gallery: DRESS CODE / No: Denim, hats, overcoats, purses, bags.
Perhaps she cannot read.
All type of commodities are beginning to run in short supply. Oil is one. I have repeated the situation several times. I feel the need to repeat it again.
The pump price of gasoline continues to slither up. Prices surging.
Oklahoma an example of what is happening. Its crude oil tanks are being depleted. Which means even higher prices at the pump. Any depletion results in higher prices
The consumer never wins.
Short blog this morning. I am not sure how I feel.
The booster shot reaction may still be with me.
I thought I was fine when I started Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou last night. Within 15 minutes, my energy factor was moving to zero. I pushed myself to finish the show.
I could tell how I felt was being reflected in my voice. It lacked zip. Articulation poor. I was slowing down.
This morning I went to the show’s archive. Listened to last night’s show. I was correct. My voice sounded like I was a dying man.
I then went to a show I did a few weeks ago. The difference decided. No question I was screwed up last night.
Not sure how I feel yet this morning. If no correction, I’ll see the doctor this afternoon.
Enjoy your day!
get well soon, lou
We began our downhill decline with Ronald Regan who was regularly anti government and didn’t mind saying so publicly.
“As government expands, liberty contracts.”
“The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”
“Our natural, inalienable rights are now considered to be a dispensation from government, and freedom has never been so fragile, so close to slipping from our grasp as it is at this moment.”
“Government’s first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives”
“Government does not solve problems. It subsidizes them.”
“If more government is the answer, then it was a really stupid question.”
…and you ask why we’re in trouble now – I say “trouble is a wolf dressed in sheeps clothing.”
Feel better Lou.
Hey Lou, the left was able to blame hurricanes for damaged refineries for causing an increase in gas prices. Guess global warming isn’t so bad this year. Hurricanes, while damaging, have been quite minimal this year. How about finishing the Keystone pipeline and let the American worker go back to safe and profitable fracking. Cheap and affordable gas would be available to all Americans including those at or below the poverty level who need it the most.
You do know that the Keystone pipe line was for transporting Canadian Oil to New Orleans for refining, then exported to China, don’t you?
Or are you “just messing with us” again?
Our current wolf in sheeps clothing is our countries biggest problem we have ever had, and, not just a problem to our country.
Thanks Lou, great video