Wednesday, September 5, 2012

I'm not dead, although at the moment I wish I was.

First and foremost, I need to apologize to the few of you who may by chance actually be regular readers. Since I finished up the Two Gay Roommates series, I have been a little lazy. Well actually, I haven’t been lazy I have just been busy.

The day after the series rapped up I moved back to college, and started classes the following Monday. Since then, I’ve been weighed down by the hustle and bustle of it all. On top of that, I have also been searching for a job. Now, as of today, I no longer am looking for a job. I got a job offer! YAY! NO MORE UNEMPLOYMENT!

As I sit here now, typing away, coverage of the 2012 Democratic National Convention plays on my television. If you have not already figured it out, I am a liberal especially on social issues. Since Ron Paul dropped out of the Republican race, I have pretty much had my mind made up for which I will be voting. However, wanting to be an informed voter, I did force myself to watch the Republican National Convention last week.

It was hard to watch, I guess I am not a bigot. About the only thing, that I found solace in was the fact that I was watching the convention on MSNBC. I will be the first to admit MSNBC’s bias in favor of the liberal left. To be as fair as I can possibly be—and partly to appease my very conservative father—I am now watching the DNC on Fox News.

These nut jobs are forcing me to drink. They seriously are crazy. I don’t know what exactly I was expecting, seeing as how last week I got to see their viewer base. I was disgusted by their base’s anti-abortion, hypocrisy concerning the middle class and poor and their blatant ‘Christian’ values, and a few other things that I have forgotten because of the first sentence. Oh yeah, gay-marriage. It is odd that as a candidate they will try to argue that their (his) Mormon faith will not affect his judgments as a Commander-in-Chief and President of the United States. However, Dude! Your entire social platform (regarding two of your parties most prominent social issues mentioned above) is based on your faith. ‘Faith is not going to affect my decisions…My faith tells me all lives are sacred including those of an unborn fetus and marriage is as defined in the Bible as between a man and a women.’

I am not even saying this because he is a Mormon. I honestly do not know enough about their beliefs to make an informed statement on it. I know they wear special underwear. I don’t have any clue as to why. Whatever! It is just hypocritical, blatantly lying.

Alright, I have gotten to the point in the night where I realize that I need to shut up and wrap this thing up. Bill Clinton, or someone else pretty important, is about to speak. Fox News is doing a wonderful job of covering everything, except the actual friggin’ convention. SHUT UP HANNITY! Apparently he thinks the louder he talks, the more right he is. Screw it, I’m going to CNN.  Ahhhhhhhh. Peace.


  1. Hello! It was such a pleasure to visit your blog and in particularly to read this blog post. I also wanted to ask you something about this blog. Have you ever practiced guest blogging?

    1. Thank you for commenting. I must apologize for not posting much (well actually anything) in the past few months. No I have never guest blogged before.