We are having a winter storm, as they call it here in the lunatic Pacific Northwest, where cake bakers tremble and women march at the drop of a perceived social injustice.
Out here in exurban exile, far from the hipsters, latte sipsters and grifters, life is a bit less deranged.
While our esteemed government is debating whether to increase the gas tax before Washington can, so that they can go to conferences with their cohorts from California and feel simpatico, now that they have promised to cut off all electricity from coal within five years since cold winters will be abolished due to the ever late to show up warming trend, I can sit here, try and watch the parts of the Olympics that are truly amazing (wow, snowboarding has really improved the excitement factor. How do the kids do that?) and follow the unfolding spectacle that is our federal government plus media parasites.
Sunday night musings from Curmudgeon Central:
My opinion of the FBI keeps falling with each dropping shoe. Are they completely focused on being the junior varsity dirty tricks group for the DNC that they will not even take threats to schools seriously? The “Rank and file are saints” line is wearing a bit thin.
So Bobbie Mueller thinks he can indict thirteen Russians who will never be brought to trial while leaving Podesta alone, Hillary and cohorts alone and anyone from the Democrat side alone, Ignore the Magic server, ignore the money moved to the Clinton foundation and so forth and the public will swallow that?
Thirteen guys playing on Facebook are the big threat to our country? Sure, we can hand over 20% of our uranium , no problem, but thirteen guys spoofing folks from Minsk are the big catch, the end of democracy?
Trump is moving hard to define narrative . He knows what the DOJ IG has in the report and I expect it will work big time in his favor.
Meanwhile, 11 GOP Senators decided against the reasonably decent Immigration bill that actually got real reforms, not empty promises.
It will all come down to the midterms, folks. We stopped the slide off the cliff for America, but the road back starts at the midterms, otherwise we start the slide again.
Four to five new Senators, not counting Romney and holding the house. It gets ugly with anything less.
Oh well, time to hear the panicked siting of flakes in the air and the dreaded “black ice” in a state that keeps refusing to use salt, preferring death, injury and property loss to adding a naturally occurring molecule to roadways to save the earth.
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