Nov 9, 2005

I Am Non-Political...

and as a servant of the people I put my politics aside and try to enforce justice in an evenhanded manner, blind to political parties and special agendas. Unfortunately, it just so happens the corruption in the GOP and the Bush Administration appears to be a growth industry.



Based on results, the elections held yesterday reveal that Americans are as fed up as I am and want some changes. I thank all of you for your continued support and comments. Have a nice day.

8 Comments:

Blogger John Clancy said...

Is this Bush administration really that more corrupt then other administrations? I'm sure you can't answer, but all politicians seem suspect to me.

If I had been president, I like to think I would have called my senior staff into my office after Novak's column and figured out who did it. I would have for their resignation and then have the matter reported through the proper security channels. Finally, I would give a description of what happened to the press so that the public knows what happened. There My impression is that politicians forget who they work for: the people. And we need a way to remind them of that that doesn't require a large donation to their campaign.

4:57 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Once elephants lie down, it is very difficult for them to rise up again. It usually means they are dying..

5:15 PM  
Blogger The Prissy Patriot said...

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5:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, Americans did step up to the plate in last night's elections and made their votes count. Even Governor Arnold's propositions in California were "terminated."

5:52 PM  
Blogger SpaceCommand said...

It is great to be "non-political," since you have a vantage point to envision how each political party makes its distinctions. It would seem that has less applicable to a real world view, due to the grand ratio of campaign contributions to "benefits," in the political sphere. Knowing that the prime directive of Corporations is profit, at all costs, one can envision how the future of all affected parties is cast out of the thought processes involved. The American people should not forever be left holding the empty bag.

Americans are smart; we know how to vote with our economic decisions, given some worthwhile independent options. Being "apolitical," may well have its benefits, after all you can focus on the task at hand, the normative principles involved, and fly with it. I remember long ago reading Time Magazine, when some Secret Service personnel described themselves as "apolitical." That would seem to apply to many others who are involved in the task at hand. Nobody has room for excess baggage when it comes to making a better overall country.

5:57 PM  
Anonymous Jackie said...

I have to be political because so many people died for me to get that right. I just wish we could get it right just once. Ya I voted but here in California it was easy this time. If Arnie said vote yes then you vote no. I guess you notice thats how the voting went. I've become more open minded now that I'm old. I guess it true if you live long you see some things again and again. I haven't been back east for over 5 years but I do remember DC. Don't go on some streets and be careful of the women really everything isn't what it seems and some ladies aren't ladies. Be careful and think first before you act.

12:34 AM  
Blogger Contessa37 said...

It seem that I am getting very apolitical everyday. I had a conversation with a friend of mine yesterday who happens to work for a Congressman who shall be unnamed on how I have become very disappointed with the Bush administration about the war and other matters with the GOP. My GOP friends chided me for having an opinion that is different from everyone else. Bush has forgotten about his main political base--social conservatives. Maybe I will become a Libertarian. I have been called a Maverick by my local GOP. After all I was John McCain's campaign chairman in my former county. That didn't sit very well with the GOP establishment in my state at the time. I hope McCain will run in '08.

Mr. Fitzgerald keep up the good work.

10:24 AM  
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