I have been paying particular attention to the political ads in my home state of Rhode Island. In almost all cases, if these ads are to be believed, none of these people should be allowed to hold political office and many should be brought up on charges. The ads by non-candidate groups are particularly vicious.
Just remember the White House motto: "When in trouble, when in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout!"
I admit I was wrong. At the beginning of the season, I thought Tom Brady had lost a step. His eye wasn't as sharp. His arm had lost a degree of the precision which made him excel. Wrong! He must have found the "fountain of youth". He has been amazing. And the team is coming together around him. Next Sunday's game against the Broncos should be epoch!
I saw a replay of Obama's famous "the waters will recede and the earth will start to heal" speech. At the time I thought it was ludicrous. Now I just think it was pathetic and beyond egotistic.
Don't fool yourself. Hillary meant it when she said, "corporations and businesses don't create jobs". Remember her book, "It Takes A Village"? She is a collectivist in no uncertain terms.
The one thing that should not, under any circumstances, become politicized, is becoming the most politicized issue of this administration. That is ebola. To understand how little importance President Obama puts on ebola, he appointed a lawyer political hack as ebola czar and has him report to Susan Rice. This will not go well.
So if you own a small store or restaurant and deposit receipts a couple of times a day to reduce the threat of robbery, the IRS can just assume that you are a criminal without doing any investigation and confiscate your money and freeze your accounts. When did we turn into North Korea. We have to turn this country around or we are doomed.
On a more pleasant note, next week the election will be over. Oh, wait, that means we swing right into the next Presidential screaming match. Life is harsh.