Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Skewed Goals

I love how our gregarious prime minister is going into all of these countries explaining why he shouldn't support Kyoto and dodge the responsibilities basically because the Liberals screwed us all up for. ever.

So he has been in power for a year and a half now, and he still insists on blaming everything on the Grits. I absolutely hate this kind of politics, especially when we are past campaigning. In fact, I just hate this opposition bashing in general. Even when you are looking to collect votes, why do you need to bash and attack the other party, why not just tell everyone of your ideas and say how they are ten times better, more efficient for Canada? Why not say what you can do rather than what supposedly hasn't been done or screwed up by the previous party?

Once you have secured leadership, why on earth do you need to continue this bashing? I understand that you haven't been happy with the way things have been running for the past decade or so, but we know that quite well by now, and now that a year has elapsed, why haven't we seen what you can do for us? Let us see action and less whining and complaining about being screwed over. I hate inaction in every single aspect of life. Those who are all talk and no action should be excommunicated and sent to Antarctica to reside alone in a sooty barrack.

Hah, well it's interesting I say that, considering that I have studied philosophy. Even though philosophy is all talk, thought, and speculation, it can lead to taking action. Of course, it always depend on the kind of person and what kind of philosophy you are pursuing. If you are simply entertaining thoughts and discussing mortality and the rife of good and evil, for instance, then speak to your heart's content. However, if you are saying that you will do something or whining that something needs to be done, then I expect that you get off your lazy arse and start moving.

Speaking of which, I've been told that the word "arse" is more vulgar than "ass", but I don't know on what grounds, and who decided this, anyway?

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