Hey folks, Fred the Tuckpointer here with a quick check in from my sister Mis’ place in North Royalton. Since my shoulder separation, Sadie decided we should be separate too, at least until I “get my act together” - whatever that means. Its not too bad – Mis works third shift down at the clinic, so we barely talk to each other and she gets lots more cable channels than what we get at home. And her internet’s faster.
So Joel on this site here chimed in and wanted to get my take on Obama blowing the Olympics. I think its awesome whenever bad things happen to the country, as long as they happen while Obama is president. Let me explain: we all know that Obama, and everything he stands for is everything our Founding Fathers fought against. Take the socialist medicine program Barry’s running down the pipe; in the old days, when George Washington was wounded he would call his OWN doctor, not some British appointed court quack to get it patched up. That’s the way it was, and the way it should be. So when the insurance companies threaten to raise everyone’s insurance rates, then that means Obama is a failure and should be impeached. Same deal with Afghanistan – he got us in this mess we’re in over there, and now he can’t make up his mind how many troops to send over. Whatever he ends up doing, if it doesn’t go well that means America wins in the long run. Its important that he looks bad, no matter what.
So back to the Olympics…its no coincidence that Chicago, that dirty and corrupt city, was in bed with Obama the whole bid process. I was rooting so hard for him to get embarrassed, and when they gave the games to Rio, it was the first of many nails into the coffin of his presidency.
And the Noble Peace prize thing…well, I think everyone knows that’s rigged.
In other news, I still can’t move my arm above my shoulder. I work in the receiving bay at Wal-Mart, so it may be tough to do much of anything, but I can’t afford any more time off. Maybe I’ll drop by the house on the way to work tomorrow to see if Sadie’s up for a visit. In the meanwhile, Fred the Tuckpointer signing off.