Scott Johnson shares with us what it sounds like when a wingnut cries:
Victor Davis Hanson asks why so many Americans are depressed. Suggesting five themes that might provide an answer, he thinks it might be more than the economy that explains our state of mind. I agree, but none of Dr. Hanson’s themes accounts for my despair.
I feel utterly powerless to do anything about the fellow in the Oval Office who combines infantile leftism and adolescent grandiosity in roughly equal measures. It seems to me that every day he is responsible for assaults on the freedom and well being of the American people. I can’t keep up and I can’t stand to pay attention.
On behalf of those of us who watched an asleep-at-the-wheel president oversee a relatively large terrorist attack on our shores precipitating an invasion of a country with no ties to that terrorist attack at a cost of $600 billion and counting, 4000 military lives and counting, warrantless eavesdropping, torture, diminished standing in the world, epic incompetence while a great American city was destroyed, a surplus turned upside down and turned into a massive deficit, a war on science and the environment, and stocking various departments of the government with graduates of Jesus Rode A Dinosaur University …. consider us unsympathetic.
Jesus Christ, it’s only been sixty days. Man up, Johnson.
In the meantime I recommend a Xanax & Cialis smoothie. You’ll be up in no time… although that might makes Mrs. Johnson sad but it’ll be over before she knows it.
Just like old times…