Thursday, September 17, 2009

Overload



I'm having the opposite problem today. Thanks to the incompetence of BO's administration and the selective amnesia of the state run media towards most liberal wrongdoing, there is a plethora of blogworthy information out there, so much that I'm having a hard time whittling it down to a post or two.

Gosh, where do I start...

Have you ever had one of those days?

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Everyday. Which is a contributing factor to why, I don't blog. :|

Plus, it is easier to read a good blog, then to write one. ;)

rw

cube said...

You have a point, RW. I must admit that blogging has lost some of its luster for me lately.

jan said...

We do live in interesting times don't we?

Which was once used as a curse.

Chuck said...

Yes, with Obama in the WH and the Dims in Congress there is so much to do and so little time to do it in.

Ananda girl said...

I am sorry blogging has lost some luster for you! I love coming here, if that helps.

But I also understand and see the overwhelming amount of crap that seems to be falling on our heads. Sheesh! Where do you start?

Z said...

you're asking MISS 3-BLOGS A DAY if there's a lot to blog on since Obama came into power? There are definitely days when 3 isn't enough!
cube, it's awful; where do we start?
AND WHEN DOES THIS STOP?~!!

DaBlade said...

Pick the first thing that bugs ya (at least that's what I do) :)

Steve Harkonnen said...

The next four years will provide a plethora of postings for all of us.

We need to start being happy Obama's president. It's great to see liberals being unable to do things for "hopey-changey" which ain't happening.

Brenda Jean said...

Geesh, do I ever. I remember once my dad told me my mom/family blog was "whiney" and then I was paranoid about it for awhile. I found out my sons, my parents, and my brother all read that blog regularly. Talk about pressure. BAHAHAHAHA

There is so much out there right now that it is overwhelming where to start. I went to the White House website, which I actually liked going to when Bush was in office, and practically gagged after 5 minutes there.

cube said...

Jan: I believe it's a curse today. When you wake up in the morning and, out of the clear blue, read about how BO dumped the missile shield in Poland and the Czech republic, times are just way too interesting for my tastes.

Chuck: That's exactly it. You nailed it. Sometimes it feels like we'll never get it all done.

Brooke said...

Since BHO took office, blogging about his blunders and bad policy and motives could be a full time job with OT!

I feel your pain!

And then there's the "religion of peace" to deal with!

cube said...

Ananda Girl: You and my other readers are the one bright spot in blogging :-)

Z: When does it stop? I hope some of it stops in 2010 and the rest stops in 2012.

DaBlade: I used to be able to do that easily before BO got elected.

Steve Harkonnen: The problem with that is because the left has so much power, we may not like the changes they institute in our country.

How do you undo a monstrous government health care program?

How do you undo amnesty from millions of illegals once they're been made legal and on the government dole?

How do we regain the trust of east European allies upon whom BO has taken a steaming turd?

And this is just 8 months into the BO administration. I wonder if the country can outlast such horrid governing.

cube said...

Brenda Jean: Mr. Cube often tries to broadcast my blog addy to my extended family and I fuss at him to stop. I don't like the pressure either.

Visiting the White House web site was a better experience when Bush was in office. In 2004, I even got a Christmas Card from Presiden & Mrs. Bush .

Unfortunately, I had no readers back then.