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March 24, 2010

Polar Bear Opposite

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:28 am

Good morning from the sandy shores of Cape Cod and the Islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.  The rains have subsided, as a huge storm off Nantucket finally pushed it’s way into the Canadian maritime, bringing in the sun a little later today, with beautiful weather expected for the next few days…back to you Jane!  I say that tongue in cheek, as I just watched a moment of a live on-air psychotherapy session with Joe Scarborough, a former congressman from northern Florida, who hosts the always entertaining “Morning Joe” on MSNBC.  Mr. Scarborough was speaking with an editor from “The Nation” magazine, whose liberal views are a little too much for the right leaning talk show host (who seemed to have had a little too much “joe” this morning, if you know what I mean), and as the discussion went from the very low set bar to begin with, to a steady decent into conservative narrative nonsense, I was struck by a statement made by Katrina in regard to the media and it’s never ending need for controversy, fueled by the need for positive corporate ratings.  She said in a word, “debate”.  If there is a Polar opposite in this “debate” over paramount issues like health care, big bank river boat gambling, and THE CLIMATE, it is in another word, “illogical”.  The GOP’s stance on everything that is truly helpful to all Americans and world citizens is NO.  One cannot “debate” against an opponent that is not playing the same game as you.  Therefore, it is posturing and in that ruse lies the real truth about the power behind people like Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and the like– power and profit over people at any cost. Damn the torpedo’s!  Look closely at the hate and racism that is occurring right now in Washington D.C. and you will see these thugs for who they really are–playground bullies that somehow lost their way.  If anything, one should feel sorry for them.  However, keeping your “enemies close” does not mean that one must not face them down and call them out on their ignorance, stupidity and lack of humanity, to say nothing of a lack of divinity, grace, Love, Light and Frogs.  Have a nice day folks!  Peace~ M

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