Wednesday, February 16, 2011

On politics.

I'm not a conservative.
I do not think liberals are crazy.
I am not a "Tea Partier".
I am not a member of the GOP.
I'm not a Democrat.
I'm not a Libertarian.

I am a person who does not watch television and therefore can come to my own conclusions on things with out the TV telling me how to think. I have opinions on many issues and none on some. I don't want to be any American's enemy because we might differ on an issue. We are Americans, we should be allowed to differ and not be afraid that the other one thinks we hate them because we think differently.

I should be able to rant and rave about my opinions and my friends can either agree or roll their eyes or argue with me and explain why they are correct and I'm not.

I think the media (both the "conservative" and "liberal") are owned by the same group of people who want Americans to hate one another and they are creating fear and putting that into us like a farmer injects his sheep with a drug.

Take out the syringe, unplug your mind, and wake up.

3 comments:

matildajoseph said...

Love this Anna! There is too much hate in this country regarding politics and such. Unplug your mind and wake up! Love it!

Ser said...

Well, growing up in Alaska in our community and then living for six years on the south side of Chicago (did you know Obama's house is a block away from my old apartment?) and then becoming friends with a huge libertarian here in Columbus, I have seen a wide spectrum of political beliefs. And yes, I would love for people to try to genuinely figure out what they believe, and show one another some respect, and get outside of the few storylines that the media tells us. Preach it, sista!

pixilatedtoo said...

I followed you here from Granny Miller's site. Just in case you are wondering. :)

My husband and I left California because of the extreme political correctness there. Nobody says what they mean, and it is understood that you just don't bring it up, whatever IT may be... Unless of course you agree with the person who brought IT up in the first place. So now we live in the south and it is no different here, not really, it is just the other side of the coin.

You are a breath of fresh air!
Thanks,
Lynda