Quite A Week
Its been quite a week. American Idol keeps plodding along with a no talent get the most attention. You have a Attorney General that is a short time away from losing his job. A Senator that is involved in a scandal that the main stream media is ignoring. A real kook form the left accusing the British of setting up their people so America can start a new war, and baseball is about to begin!
She is now known as Tokyo Rosie, a person who is getting more attention than she deserves and people being bent out of shape because of her stupidity. While what Rosie is saying each day are more than likely talking points supplied to her by the far left, she does have the right to say them. If she believes that Iran is more trustworthy than the USA or Britain, she has that right. If she thinks that America was behind the Sept 11 attacks, that is her right. If she thinks that terrorist are not to be feared because they are “mothers and fathers” just like us, that is her right. If people dislike her ignorance, that is their right. But instead of gong on rants and complaining the simplest form of shutting her down, hit ABC and their sponsors where it hurts most, the pocketbooks. People forget, Rosie is a nobody, she does not set policy, she offers no real value to American life and she is a big mouth bigot. The one thing she does forget while she is bashing America and warmly hugging Iran is that she could NEVER live in Iran. But I guess that little fact is not important to her.
Then we have the story that is a non story to the media. A senator who was on a committee that approved billions of dollars in contract for a company owned by her spouse. It’s amazing how the media every time they mention a certain company always adds the words vice president with it. But let it come to light that Dianne Feinstein has resigned from the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee because her husband Richard C. Blum’s ownership of two major defense contractors, was were awarded billions of dollars for military construction projects approved by Feinstein. Amazingly the far left and the media that supports them sees nothing wrong here.
The best news though is that this weekend major league baseball begins again. The joy of sitting at the stadium in the summer sun enjoying a cold Miller and a ballpark brat just can’t be beat.
On a personal note I probably will not be blogging next week, I am off to Washington DC to see the WWII Memorial, pay my respects at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and enjoy the beauty of the Cherry Blossoms.