OK. I know I’m a little late to this topic, seeing as how
the war in Iraq is over (until next time), but I recently found myself falling
down the YouTube rabbit hole. This topic was not the subject of my research. I
went searching for 80’s techno-pop music – and somehow ended up on Bill
O’Reilly videos. The last one being of Billo the Clown berating a 9-year war
veteran because he didn’t agree with Bill’s loaded question.
As is proven time and time again, Bill O’Reilly is a stupid
Republicans in Congress attached an arbitrary deadline to
the payroll tax bill last November – which had nothing to do with payroll
taxes. It required President Obama to make a decision on whether or not to
approve the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline within two months. The
State Department expressed it wouldn’t have the time to conduct environmental
impact studies and find viable alternate routes.
I wrote this supplementary to
my previous Tim Tebow post (“Ralph Is Not A Vengeful God” – January 4, 2012)
because Jesus himself directly told me to. And you can’t say otherwise – you
just have to have faith that I’m telling you the truth.
President Obama appointed Richard Cordray as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau during congress' winter recess. He did this because in the Republicans' usual manner of putting party before country, they blocked every effort to this appointment in the past. And stated they will continue to do so until the Consumer Protection Bureau's power is whittled down to pointless. Because they don't want people to be protected from corporations' and banks' ability to squeeze every last fucking penny from you using hidden fees, predatory lending and 400% interest rates on payday loans. Follow the profits.
This blog about Tim Tebow was originally in the neighborhood
of 300 words. But the longer I sat on it, the larger it grew. I’m posting it
now before a continuing incubation period creates an uncontrollable monster
impervious to pain and empathy. It’s already almost five times larger than