Writing an eloquent and well reasoned column pointing out the logical shortfall when a straw poll has been held by the Party that has stated their game plan is to limit the occupant of the White House to one term because they hate him for his ethnic background and the results awards a win indicating that there could be a Presidential race featuring two candidates of Pan-African heritage is too much of a challenge for the World's Laziest Journalist.
Would Republicans be content to let the conservative majority United State Supreme Court sit idly by and let democracy in action embody provide an example of their nightmare scenario coming true?
Attempting to explain the apparent hypocritical aspect of such an unexpected result would require an elaborate example of in-depth journalism that would blend an extensive knowledge of psychology with speculation about the deep subconscious motivation for the result that blatantly contradicts the attitude revealed by numerous Republican attempts at ethnic humor that offends many Democrats.
Aren't the Fox Views propagandists the only performers qualified to give instant analyses displaying an extensive knowledge of the mood of the electorate? Wouldn't a liberal pundit be challenged for producing anything describing what the voters are thinking that is unsubstantiated by extensive (and expensive) polling results?
It would be easier to write a column about an attempt at the Amalgamated Conspiracy Theory Factory to fabricate a new item that makes a nefarious effort to link the ideas that college educated liberals support teachers' unions and that high school dropouts who may not have had courses where they learned to dissect a frog are the staunchest critics of the global warming evidence presented by "scientists." What possible connection could they suggest at the aforementioned factory? Doesn't it sound stupid to think that the longer a person stays in school the more likely it will be that they think that all polar bears (Ursis maritimus) will eventually drown in the Artic Sea? Can we get a WTF?
Isn't it great that after President Obama lectured the Congressional Black Caucus and told them that they should take Archie Bunker's advice to "Stifle!," his ardent Liberal critics (such as Mike Malloy) didn't resort to a trite metaphor about making them eat some cookies that carry a racial slur connotation in their brand name?
Someday we are going to write a column about the list of radio personalities that became cultural phenomenon. We can remember hearing Arthur Godfrey, Don McNeill, Cousin Brucie, Harry Harrison, and Dr. Demento. We seem to remember that Don Sherwood had a brief gig at a Lake Tahoe radio station and we heard one or two examples of that show. AM radio reception in the Tahoe basin was poor but Wolfman Jack came in loud and clear. We were too young to have the chance to hear Father Coughlin. We missed Jean Sheppard. Liberals and Conservatives have diametrically opposed reasons for listening to Mike Malloy, but someday we are going to put on our Pop Culture hat and do a column asserting that as the USA morphed from democracy to fascism, Malloy functioned as the last Liberal voice standing.
Someday folks who were youngsters during the Obama era will be reading history books (are they on the endangered species list yet?) and might regret that they had the chance to hear what a Liberal rant sounded like but that they put it off and thereby missed a chance to participate in cultural history as it was happening.
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