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Sunday, March 28, 2010


Hello folks and I hope today finds you as best as you can be. I was delighted to see on the television yesterday, that a bunch of young Americans were taking on the VP over his recent expletive - namely the F-Bomb debacle when introducing our somewhat embattled President recently. Good for them. I am so sick of hearing F-Bombs everywhere. You simply can’t walk out your door without hearing F-Bombs being uttered all around you. We never grew up with this and I don’t know why people need to utter this unpleasant word so much. Oh I know that there are a number of people laughing about this incident but while I might be having a little episode of wishful thinking here, I think the Vice President should realize that we are watching and for the most part we all have good ears. The press certainly does and politicians can’t get away with much these days, even though they would like to. Vice President Biden is a fairly pleasant fellow, but I would like to remind him to set a better example. There are a lot of people out there who are going to say ‘oh Joe’s just one of the boys’. Well then this particular ‘Joe’ needs to apologise which is what the young folk want. I will be pleasantly surprised if he does. It would be nice though and be a bit of good PR for this embattled administration. It might sound to be a simple thing to a few folk and nothing to worry about. However, as with many things in life, it is the simple things that make a huge difference and these young folk are the ones that will be picking up the pieces of what this administration leaves. So Mr. Vice President, say you’re sorry. If you come out to the desert southwest, send me an email and I will invite you for a coffee and a deep fried Twinkie for keeping the kids happy.

Cheers and go safely out there.


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