I went to the movie over the weekend. I really wanted to enjoy it, but I did not. The story itself was good, but I couldn’t get past the fact the EVERY word was set to music. When Russell Crowe was singing, it was particularly torturous.
My daughter left in a tizzy. Tears were flowing and she was clearly touched and enjoyed the movie. I guess this made it worth the money, but I was rather disappointed.
So people are always asking me if I think the time is ripe for a third party, and why can’t we have lots of parties, etc.
Ignoring the fact that we actually do have lots of parties—Idaho Republicans are different than Illinois Republicans, and South Carolina Democrats don’t look much like…
I don’t agree with most of Politicalprof’s politics, but I think he is mostly correct on this. I am curious how the social media will speed up the ebb and flow of popular politics.
I have to give credit to @natgeo. They provide some great content on many social networks. I try to follow them on all of them.
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