And I doubt more than one in twenty thousand other people care either
American Thinker has an article about all the so-called famous people who are jumping off the GOP ship. Of course, the head jumper, George Will, who wears a dead squirrel on his head, while others mock Trump's hair, really thinks he is relevant.
|George Will and his Dead Squirrel|
He's not. And neither are the rest of them.
Robert Kagan? I don't even know who he is.
Sit back, close your eyes, take a few calming breaths, and tap into your right brain.
You are now in your local grocery store. Look around you at the people shopping. Don't forget to include the employees like Betty Everyone, single mom, who stands on her feet all day ringing up orders, or Joe Everyone, stacking apples in the produce department. Do any of them appear to be people who hang on the words dribbling out of George Will's mouth? Yeah, I didn't think so.
Now, head over to your favorite department store. Check out the lady sifting through the yoga pants. Think she cares? Does she even know who these people are?
It's way past time for us to stop wasting our time yammering about people who have so little influence. Yes, I know, I'm yammering right now, but it's only because this was an epiphany for me. A light bulb moment, as it were. I'm slow like that.
These people have no influence over anything except in their closed up rancid little brains. They don't deserve our time or attention.
Joe and Betty Everyone will go into a booth in November and vote for someone. George Will's opinion will have no bearing on who gets their vote.
Joe and Betty will vote for the person who they think will make their life better. For the takers, that will be Hillary Clinton and the promise of free stuff.
For the rest of us, that will be Donald Trump.