Idiots abound everywhere—in the clubs, even in company divisions full of people who are paid a decent salary and whose function is to solve problems. Also, there are idiots in the streets, at bus stops, and even in some of the most common places, such as our jobs. Need I go on? There may have even been idiots we’ve met at our family reunions. On a higher scale, there are idiots in politics known as the political idiots, and idiots in the White House and in Congress. Truthfully, I try not to use this word when referring to someone because it is a word that I hate to use. It’s wrong to put that label on anybody unnecessarily, but a lot of times, the strong urge to call somebody an idiot based on their stupidity is hard to resist.
I will give you my own definition of idiot. Any politician, or anybody who has a strong influence on changing or redefining laws who help influence those decisions based on their uneducated, inadequate, and selfish agenda. Thus, many will agree that the stimulus bill was probably one of the most idiotic bills passed and voted for. Perhaps the hurt on businesses due to the tax deficit that Obama caused should be given an equal chance and fair share to be financially and economically competitive in this government stricken world.
They Just Keep Coming
Without regards to political sides, I want to make the point that despite the efforts of Americans to vote the qualified candidates into the office, we keep ending up with the ones we didn’t vote for, and even then, the candidates who were elected always seem to take a change of course in their philosophy and ethics. Makes me wonder whether or not the Constitution and the Article of Rights are really being held up according to their original and ethical value. Is it really about us? Are we really “the People”?
The Tangent Idiot
In the interest of taboo and safety, I will give you the term phrase, Red Elephant Party Have you heard about the billion-dollar super computer, that you paid for with your taxes? Supposedly, the computer was designed to calculate all of the world’s dilemmas. Is it true that computers are running the country instead of intelligent humans? Humans design and program computers, not the other way around. Sadly, the latter is probably becoming more of a fact. Aren’t we Americans intelligent enough, without having our tax dollars spent on useless devices that have been known to malfunction and cause chaos? I wonder what will happen if all the computers just go into a frenzy and break down. The world leaders would probably go berserk, and do more stuff to hurt the country. Another question is, are we disappointed by the results of this computer? Well that’s more than likely I’d say. The computer achieves nothing when it comes to giving us adequate responses on arguing with idiots in the White House. This perishes the thought that, perhaps, officials are not paid to agree with each other, but to disagree with each other. Unfortunately, all parties have agreed on one thing in finding solutions for problems, which is to always, and in almost any circumstance, disagree with each other. Wow, what a way to run a country.
The Mean Idiot
The above gives the names of some of the mediocre idiots. The real idiots are the people who mess with our hard earned tax dollars. Did you know that 150,000 Illinois jobs have been lost to unfair trade deals? In spite of it, backwards a** Bobby Schilling supported a new free trade deal with Korea, and his idiot buddy Schilling agreed and stated that he would be willing to support even more free trade deals. I will conclude this section with a final statement of my opinion. If you later find out that tax breaks are given to corporations that ship American jobs overseas, you can rest assure that Shilling had his hand in that deal.
What is on the minds of these idiots … outsourcing? I know some of what I’ve written may sound pretty revolting, but I am a free human with rights. Many will disagree, but that’s a fair democracy.
Don’t Call Them If You Don’t Want Them to Come
Some people can’t stand watching sports, others hate debating religion … I detest politics. I have my opinions, yes, but I find the political system to be positively futile. I don’t think I’m going to vote when I get the chance. Politics is a dirty game. People lie, people try to get away with things, and people rip each other off … reminds me of school elections, except no one’s passing out cupcakes (and I don’t vote at school, either).
Is Joe Biden The Greatest Idiot in Politics?
We didn’t hear about him in months, and now that he says something, he screws up as usual. He’s not six years old—he cannot make all these gaffs, especially considering the fact the idiot is only a heartbeat away from the White House. Can you imagine him president? I’d move to Canada! Remember when you just read the descriptions above concerning the mediocre idiots of Hollywood? Well, let the truth be known, I see it all the time in music, television, and the newspapers. Things are getting worse, and it seems as though the more we vote, the worse things get. Topics in the medium are fine, but only until it reaches the politics section. I turn off the TV. The whole ideology of the Republicans is conservatism. However, to keep themselves in power, Republicans will eventually embrace the ideas of irreligious, unconventional, and less-than-standard customs. What should you do when faced with these idiots? I won’t suggest that you turn your TV off, like I do. Another thing about bills passed that they hurt our tax dollars. Is it is hard to believe that our elected representatives signed a bill for hundreds of billions of dollars and never read a word? But it’s true.
A law passed by our irresponsible Congress last year to regulate products for children that contain lead. For instance, paint containing lead that can chip off of a toy and be placed into the mouth of a child is dangerous. Now, how does this pertain to ink, particularly the printed ink in books? The federal government has now advised that books for children published before 1985 should not be considered safe and may in many cases be unlawful to sell or even give away. Do you know how much money, you, personally, would have to spend on getting your potential published book tested? $150.