Wednesday, October 17, 2007

The American Revolution is an Ongoing Task

A couple keen observations from A. J. Strata today. Is the NY Times “ethically bankrupt”? I’d have to say yes. Is the American public dissatisfied with both political parties? Hell yes.

Morgan Stanley Sells Entire New York Times Stake: Morgan Stanley, the second-biggest shareholder in New York Times Co., sold its entire 7.3 percent stake today, according to a person briefed on the transaction, sending the stock to its lowest in more than 10 years.

Voters unhappy with Bush and Congress: Bush's job approval rating fell to 24 percent from last month's record low for a Zogby poll of 29 percent. A paltry 11 percent gave Congress a positive grade, tying last month's record low.

In A.J.’s words: “You must be screwing up if nearly 90% of the country believes you are”. He is speaking of the Pelosi/Reid congress. Do you really believe the American public hates America? This infighting aristocracy is what happens without term limits on power seekers. No matter how many times The Times spews lies to induce self hatred and dependency, most people are hard working and like it here. They only want our screwed up government to get their act together without destroying what is great about our country. I’m raising a toast to throwing all the bums out and I doubt I’m drinking alone.