Hello again my friends, Hello. I have not been especially busy with anything worth mentioning lately, except finalizing job prospects and watching way too much television. I have a new job, with Microsoft, on a contract, which starts on Wednesday. The big thing that has been consuming my thoughts lately has been this terrible courting by the media to talk non-stop about the political process that we are currently entrenched in. Three years in the making, this political season must go down as the worst one in history, mostly because we have had to endure these people for the last several years and although the faces have changed, the agenda hasn’t altered hardly at all. The way that the news networks are going about this, it will be difficult to imagine how anyone will be able to vote with their heart. Is it intentional?
So here we are in the middle of the political season and this will be remembered as one of the most disjointed runs for the presidency since… well, I would think if it had to be compared to another time, then since the civil war. The republican party is in the midst of one of the hardest attempts to retain its control on the oval office and carry out a failed agenda that has been going on since the Reagan years, if not sooner. However, they know that this agenda is not going to work and now they are trying to distance themselves as far away from themselves as they can and still call themselves the GOP. Why? I don’t know, to be terribly honest. The biggest thing I can see is that the power of the GOP sees that the only way to compete in this election is to launch a marketing campaign that shows that this is the new Republican Party! …and what a new party it is. They end […]