Musings: Things I Just Don’t Care About


By: Michael John McCrae

No one can by any means read through every possible news website to glean news facts worthy of retention or editorial opinion. There is just too much information to be had on any given day. If you stayed with just one news resource you would have to be dependent on a trust of that single source to be thorough in its investigations and extremely objective in its reporting. There would be absolutely no bias of any kind sought or expected from your source because you want unfiltered truth and the entire story.

Good luck with that!

I find that 10 websites are plenty to get enough information on any subject. Research can be garnered through a solid use of Google or Yahoo search features and a cursory scanning of the top ten or twenty items that appear on a subject. I am able to scan the more important news items within my selected 10 sites inside of two hours. Longer articles I will convert to a word document until there is time to read and develop any comments I might opine.

Even then, there are just so many things to look at I’ve had to relegate some mainstream media front page news items to my personal round file. I find some of these “Chris Matthews’-comment-ables” officially boring. I just don’t care about these things, if ever I did.

My personal “dead file” list includes anything spoken, opined or put into book form by any of the following worthless leftists: Keith Olbermann, Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, Bill Maher, Ellen DeGeneres, Rosie O’Donnell, Susan Sarandon, Barbara Streisand, Garafalo, Letterman, Leno, Glover, Barr, Baldwin, Farrakhan, Wright, Pfleger, Ayers, Winfrey and most everyone on “The View” except maybe Hasselback and the possibly repentant Goldberg.

The “deadbeat media” sources one needs never to waste time with includes: TIME, Newsweek, USA Today, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, New York Times and all their web site affiliates. To find anything resembling an objective article from any of those sources would be like trying to find a democrat non-tax-cheat to work at the Treasury Department. We’re all sure that at least one of those exists, but we haven’t vetted one just yet.

Under “Stories I Just Don’t Care About” anymore you will find: Guantanamo detainees who have been “inherited” by Obama; the economic mess which has been “inherited” by Obama; Iran and North Korean nuclear threats that have been “inherited” by Obama; Obama’s opinions on the “Octomom”, Brittney Spears, Anna Nicole Smith, Joe Biden, Rush Limbaugh or his puppy-dog options. It might be true that Obama “inherited” all that, but it is also true that Obama ran on a massive series of lying promises that he could get all of that fixed and was elected based on those lies. The ball is roundly in Obama’s lane, but he can only bowl 37’s. That’s got to tell someone something about this guy’s inabilities!

Man! A 37! A LOUSY THIRTY-SEVEN! I don’t think Stalin or Hitler bowled much either. They were much too busy burying their enemies to worry about bowling trophies.

There are still a lot of things I care about and I will make myself known as long as this web site doesn’t become a victim of the “Fairness Doctrine” that has now morphed into some other supposedly fair-speech-that-completely-ignores-conservatism doctrine. Yet there is a lot of hash-and-trash out there disguising itself as legitimate news. Much of that has been created by the mainstream, Obama-sycophant-press to distract the people who are paying attention into believing Rush Limbaugh is a greater threat than Obama’s communistic brand of socialist redistribution.

For those of us who knew our foreign-born-but-elected usurper for a liar before his election, we haven’t seen any change in Obama’s operandi. We have been hoping for the electronic glitch in the teleprompter though and we are so glad Joe Biden is still permitted to speak in public. Now if we could just hear more from “Barneybob Squarefrank” that would just make my political day!

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