Saturday, February 5, 2011

A Change of Direction.

I am seriously considering a change in my blog.  I know many of you enjoy the current format and usually the subject matter, but I know most of the time I am preaching to the choir.  If you happen to be one of the brave from the other camp, I know you are probably not going to change your mind.  So, I am considering some changes to format and content.  I believe after two years, everything I could tell you about the current administration has been said and proven to be true.  All they can do for the remaining two years is continue with more of the same.

I know Obama is now saying he is just like Reagan, but I don't feel any surge of confidence in his statements.   McCain, the old northern tier, and some west coast Republicrats are acting predictably by folding like cheap pocket knives in the face of an astounding victory in November and proving why we still have a lot of work to do in ridding Washington, D.C. of their ilk.

My big concern now is for a great country in decline.  I hope we elected some decent new representatives who will hold to their moral and common sense principles in the face of less than stirring support.  Our problem in this country is not political, but moral.  I'm not talking about the insipid excuse for morality foisted by the politically correct crowd, but a back to the Bible morality that guided the majority of our populace for many generations.

So, if you arrive one morning in the near future and see a change, don't fret.  I'll try and post something worthwhile.  There are a lot of great sources for political commentary on the net.

In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is stoned to death.

Joan D. VingeCatspaw


  1. Yes, it is true that there are many politically- minded sites on the web, but none that I enjoy so well as this one. Still, I can understand why you'd like a change; it must get overwhelming at times. We'll be looking forward to what you have in mind. Thanks for all the excellent commentary of the past few years, but my secret hope is that you'll be commenting whenever you find yourself gnashing at the bit.

  2. I know I haven't posted in a long time much less commented. I have been busy with the move and getting settled I welcome you emails, comments and enjoy your blog. I will follow you until the cows come home.. then it's up to you to milk them. fondly, Judi

  3. Whatever you change/do... just to let you know, I SURE love the quotes (I know,I don't tell you often enough).
    BUT... it's NOT about me. Sooo, do what makes you feel good and I look forward to coming back for a peek.

  4. Keep on blogging, no matter what the subject! You have good insight on what is
    going on in Washington....You can always
    post a poem one day, talk about politics, another....what ever your heart desires.
    You don't have to stay with one subject. I enjoy what you have to say and your
    adventures on your bike.


  5. It will still be Social and Political commentary with a little different twist. I will also try and post some pure entertainment on occasion. Thanks for taking the time to come by and read.

  6. I'm always here,quietly reading eveything you post. I don't always comment, but in most things, I agree with you 100%. I will be looking forward to reading anything you have to say, in any way you want to say it!! Love you, Cuz.


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