Sometimes I truly wonder about people.

     I can’t believe the people in Wisconsin allowing that man to continue in office like they did.  I know several people who live there, they all voted against him, and yet he managed to snag just enough votes to stay in.  When will people learn?  He’s only going to screw them all in the end.   People of Wisconsin, be prepared to bend over and get it from behind.

     Then there are our federal government officials who are more concerned about what we women do with our reproductive systems than good health care for all American citizens.  I don’t see them trying to regulate men’s reproductive systems.  They aren’t doctors, they are the idiots that we put in office.  What they seem to forget is we put them in there and we can take them out.  All it takes is a trip to the voting booth. 

     And what’s with government trying to tell us what to eat and drink.  Excuse me but methinks they overstep their bounds.  I don’t drink sugary drinks but I’ll march for anyone else to have the right to do so.

     You all have a good one.

About doggonedmysteries

Agented Mystery Writer, Bull Terrier owner--I have one at the present time, Avid gardener.

Posted on June 7, 2012, in Things I swore I'd never blog about and look at what I'm doing now... and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. “Just enough votes?” He won by 5% the first time, and 7% the second time. I’d say that’s a pretty clear indication they like what he’s doing. He’s won 2 elections in less than 2 years. He’s balanced the state budget for the first time in 30 years. And he’s the first governor in the history of our country to win a recall. The people have spoken.

    I’m just glad I don’t live there. Everyone is entitled to their opinion that’s the wonderful thing about this country…um well until we lean so far to the right that we no longer are allowed to voice our opinions.

  2. “We put them there and we can take them out. All it takes is a trip to the voting booth.” True, but consider what happened in Wisconsin. They tried to “take him out.” The people decided to keep him.
    They deserve what they get.

  3. Reblogged this on DIG My Life and commented:
    My thoughts exactly

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