The last few weeks and months have been marred by so many jumping up and shouting whatever is on their minds and when called on their rudeness give an incomplete and insincere "apology". Rudeness rules the day lately.
Kanye West's interruption of Taylor Swift's acceptance speech to announce that Beyonce should have won and that Taylor Swift was inferior to her. Beyonce was as shocked as the many people watching, not to mention the true winner of the award. How rude and boorish of him to even think of ruining one of her great moments. His actions have been likened to his stepping on a kitten. Women candidates from the MTV show were outraged, too.
The other night when The President Of The United States was making a speech a member of Congress (being in that position should carry some higher level of gentility, one would think) shouted during our President's speech an accusation of "You Lie!". We do not live in Great Britain where such rants are common in their house of Lords and is tolerated. However in our country, it is not our way to address anyone, much less our own President, and it makes for a very weak argument. Congressman Joe Wilson made a puny little half apology...stating the Republican party had told him to say he was sorry and so he was. HA! He is getting a ton of mileage out of that rudeness, as well as, filling his coffers.
It has become politically correct to be a really big a** and then say a tiny lil "Oh yeah...sorry about that", but it is not ok in my book. No wonder our children are growing up to be thugs when what they see is horrible behavior being rewarded. There are too many people who think they can blurt out anything and it will be overlooked. Too many drug dealers who make a fine living selling drugs, and not that much happens to them either. Thieves stealing from people who are trying to manage their money the best way they know how. Where are the good people now. People who care for their children, rear them with a sense of honor and caring for others. They are out there, but are obscured by the bad behavior of so many.
Former President George W. Bush did not set a good example of good manners or good sense. He took us into the wrong country to fight a war that was brought to our shores by Afghanistan, not Iraq. When asked about this the former President said, "He (Saddam Hussein) tried to kill my daddy!" During this 8 + year war many daddies and mommies have not come home to their children after they were killed in the twin towers and on flight 93 on a plane crashed to keep it from flying into the White House or Capitol Building, or in Iraq or Afghanistan fighting in the war.
Since President Obama was sworn in as The President of The United States I have been receiving the most vile racist emails from people I considered patriots and honest, decent folks. I delete the emails and respond to some, but mostly not that much. How can you argue with baloney.
I'm just so tired of rude crazy people running our country and mouthing off all the time I could weep. Where are the real patriots and not the ones who want to secede from the United States.
They get out and march in droves to the Washington Mall to march for freedom" while chanting 'No more Czars!" and "Can You Hear Us Now!" Sounds like fascism to me, and it is starting to smell a lot like fascism, it talks like fascism, so I believe it is. I wasn't alive during WWII, but did learn a lot about it and from it.
Be sure to play the You Tube below to see the march.