Tammy Bleck is really just writing what most Progressives think (or, really, what they’ve been told to think)
It’s that time of year again. Bah!
To say that Thanksgiving is my least favorite holiday would be the understatement of the year. I am clearly not a fan. I don’t know how much of this attitude comes from my age (I’m over 40. Fine. I’m 60) and how much comes from experience and wisdom. I’m going to go with experience and wisdom here. (snip)
All of this explains a lot about my resistance towards the holiday that celebrates a man taking a piece of country away from its native inhabitants and claiming it for his own. Maybe we should commemorate the holiday by walking into someone’s home and declaring it as ours. Just saying.
Like it or not, Thanksgiving comes around every year. And while I know it’s a time of year to be grateful for our blessings, the thing is, sometimes I don’t feel very grateful. Sometimes I just feel tired and a bit annoyed. Life can be exhausting.
There seems to be so much to worry about this time around. The brewing violence in the Middle East, a Congress of buffoons and a Senate of fools that don’t play well with others, Edward Snowden, federal government closures, global warming, our country’s fiscal uncertainty, illness, loss, epic natural disasters, and let us not forget the still imploding Health Care Act that is limping towards the finish line.
Style points for mentioning Obamacare, just not that many for not calling it Obamacare or even the ACA. Really, Liberals are such downers. Give them a puppy and they’ll focus on the pooping, peeing, and neediness, oh, and that dogs are bad for “climate change”.