Yet I still have hope, and I believe millions of other Americans do, too. (Yes, I get that the chart is exaggerated for comic/tragic effect.) ;-)
Listened to part of an interview in the car yesterday with a historian who wrote a book about Clinton as his presidency was winding down. Going back over his notes more recently as he put the book together, he saw that Clinton was complaining about having to deal with a guy named Osama Bin Laden and assassination attempts in the Middle East at the height of the impeachment hearings. I have never felt the full impact of what a waste of time that was until hearing that.
i hear you but am still frustrated at how obama is handling all this. i want to see some righteous indignation!!
wow, that’s it?
I give you people a demoralized, apathetic, polarized populace with no hope, and what do you give me in return?
john henson. coming soon.
well, right now the demoralized apathetic &c populace apparently hopes the Polanski catch will make life much better…
and next month another spectacle…
Ian said: “I give you people a demoralized, apathetic, polarized populace with no hope, and what do you give me in return?”
I give you rep Alan Grayson of FL:
And not backing down today either:
Now there are outraged Conservatives who are spending all of their hard earned money on teabags made in China and posterboard made in India. They don’t even see the irony in that.
How quickly we seem to have forgotten the eight years BO (Before Obama)…
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