I have not done a good job of keeping my new year resolution to post at least once a week, but life is busy and exhausting – which is all an excuse. So as spring fades to summer here in New England I am trying to revive by resolution.
So here are the questions I’ve been saving up. I will likely write about some of them in time.
Will the Democrats lose control of the Senate because the Republicans have made it dysfunctional? I mean how can they not confirm a Nobel Prize winning economist?
How in the world can Anthony Weiner think that no one thought he was lying all along? And his credibility is shot not because of what he did, but because he lied about it.
How can historians really defend Sarah Palin’s story of Paul Revere? OK, we weren’t American’s back then, we were British and we were trying to protect our cache of arms, but Paul Revere rang no bells and he and the other riders told people the regulars were coming. This had nothing to do with gun control or the 2nd amendment which hadn’t even been written.
When will people wake up and realize that Barack Obama has an extraordinary first two years as President?
Along the same lines: Will the Democrats blow their Medicare advantage? And will people realize that we can’t keep cutting stuff without raising taxes on those making over $300,000 or even $500,000 a year. We extended those tax cuts once and I don’t see the private sector creating lots and lots of new jobs.
How can people believe that laying off all those public employees does not impact the rise in unemployment?
Will the Red Sox find consistency on the upcoming road trip playing the AL East contenders and at a minimum stay in contention?
Can the Mavericks beat the Heat? And how about Nadal?
I’ve broken the ice now and there will be more posts to come.