Impeachment: Just another reality show
12/20/2019, 6 a.m.
Growing up in Spotsylvania County, I was labeled a retard in my adolescence. In my 20s, I was branded a pansy with many other derogatory titles for unmanliness. Now, I have matured into obsolescence.
Whatever branding life has bestowed upon me, I know enough to realize that the current impeachment hearings are no more than appeasement, not only to the losing Democrats of four years ago, but also to all the so-called tolerant who’ve disrespected the president.
I am neither a Republican nor a Democrat. However, I do agree with the local Richmond gentleman and World War II veteran who was interviewed when Mr. Trump was being inaugurated as president. The gentleman had gone to every presidential inauguration since the 1940s, and although a Democrat, when questioned if that would deter him from attending Mr. Trump’s inauguration, he replied, “No, he is still our president.”
Personally, I detest politics. But let’s face it, it’s the norm when being judged as a “team player’ for job promotion considerations. Nowadays, work ethics is a small percentage of consideration compared to whether or not you join in with your company’s cornhole games.
Honestly, it all boils down to maneuvering, manipulations and, as comedian George Carlin alleged in one of his satires, “It’s all B.S.” This impeachment travesty publicizes similar crapology.
Let’s get on with the business at hand in making our country and its citizens unified and discard the propagandized political antipathy.