We are looking at a restoration of our nation as the free and open place it has been and is intended to be, America. In less than a week now we might just see an end of the reign of hippies we've patiently endured for decades. These evil clowns are about ready to melt down to their over-sized booties.
There's an old saw in the journalism business that the strongest urge a man has is not for sex, love, power, or else, but it is to rewrite someone else's copy. The strongest urge a man has is to tell another man how to live his life. For many, that is the sum of their religious life, which for some is life itself. Look at the religious fanatic, and see that he is determined to tell everyone on earth how to live-- or else go to Hell. That's just fine so long as the proclaimer is some goof shouting on the sidewalk. but when it's close to half the population and a good part of the nation's civil service and public employees, damned near all of the "elite' and our politicians, then it goes beyond annoying to the point it becomes a matter of serious need for "climate change."
So far, we have a right to vote out the religious fanatics who demand that we repent and follow their plans for a perfect world even if it kills us. Woe to those who publicly disagree with the religious fanatics, but we can once in a while secretly vote against them in elections. We can do that in less than a week. If, as looks likely, the evil clowns posing as our saviours and the saviours of the world lose their positions of power in politics, we must expect them to act in character, flying into frenzies of hatred and hurling abuse at those sinners who refuse to live the way they would demand we do. Some will even be upset that the religious fanatics are scolding. Some will take it personally and think the fools have a point and that they might be ashamed of tossing the evil clowns out of power. Some will be hurt that these moralistic teenage religious fanatics are upset at being contradicted and even tossed out of the game.
But there's a fair chance that the nation's people are finally fed up with the antics of clownish children making absurd demands that the world abide by their fantasies. Who cares what these teenage fools think, any more than we would care about the equally clownish street preachers screaming on the sidewalk.
The world is going to end if we don't obey the demands of street-preaching children? Well, nice knowing ya. And for me that's the end of this story.
See you on Wednesday, a big smile on my face.