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March 14, 2012

Saint Andrew’s by-the-sea

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 9:06 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the cloudy, warming island of Nantucket! Great to be with you and yours on this Wednesday morning, the fourteenth day of March, 2012, a grey, abnormally mild morning, as the whole of the country, with the exception of the Northwest, experiences temperatures more akin to the month of June than March…still want to embrace that pipeline Bill? But really, who cares about global warming when we have so many other more important things to talk about, such as the surprising win by Rick Santorum over presumptive front runner Mitt Romney in yesterday’s republican primary showdown in the South, with Santorum taking both Mississippi and Alabama, casting a shadow of doubt on this republican field as they scrap to embrace a candidate who can “defeat” President Barack Obama in the fall.  Watch for this new catch phrase from Romney in the coming days, taken, of course, from Mitch McConnell’s rather large collection of golden oldies coming by way of time tested Miltonean talking points, or dog whistles, that serve to misinform the electorate to the point he or she is voting against his or her own best interests.  Case in point the ‘economic’ plan put forth by these guys as they continue to widen that GRAND CANYON gap between the haves and the have nots, all while they pull the wool over your eyes telling ya’ll about trickle down economics, rather VOODOO economics.  Or, even more frightening, if you were afraid of these sock puppets (credit Keith Olbermann of “Countdown, with Keith Olbermann”, airing every week night at eight p.m., EDT, only on Current TV), is the 19th century war being waged on women and their bodies, not to mention what they wear, what they think and how they act.  “…this isn’t Russia Danny.  Is this Russia?   No, no, no, this isn’t Russia…” (credit Chevy Chase and the epic 1980 film, “Caddyshack”, also starring the late, greats Ted Knight and Rodney Dangerfield, not to mention “Carl Spakler”, played by the incomparable Bill Murray, who stated so eloquently after being abused by his boss the Scottish ‘head greens keeper’, “when I have been pushed. I think it’s about time we pump about 15,000 gallons of water down there to teach you a little bit of a lesson, is that it?’  I ‘tink it is…!!!).  It will be very interesting to see (as Rodney pointed out in that aforementioned cult classic, “now I see why tigers eat their young”) who turns on who first, as this race to the bottom takes the country all the way to Tampa, sight of the republican convention in August, where a bunch of hot, sweaty old white guys battle it out to see who is more to the right of Jesus Christ himself, ‘oh, wait just one moment, I don’t believe Jesus would have been interested in political gatherings, plus, he has long hair, a beard, sleeps outside, was born in a barn, um, Houston we may have a problem, it seems this man we all have been following, trying to hail him on Twitter all day with no response, may actually be on the side of Occupy and all of those filthy, liberal, hippy, tree huggin’, latte sippin’, fancy book learnin’, environmental scumbags we hate so, plus, he may not be too keen on the whole voter ID disenfranchising going down in 34 states, the Citizens United ruling, the rape and pillage of mother earth, as well as this war on women, well, really all wars in general, global warming, ah… Have a nice day everybody and keep on keeping on, and if you are listening Mr. Olbermann, your words regarding your father were worthy and held iron–you sir, have an extraordinary day!  PRESERVE THE WILDERNESS! Peace~M

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