This Just In: Deer In Headlights Manages Feeble Post

When did I post last?

Oh yeah.  It’s been awhile.

This close to the election, I find myself entirely unable to wax eloquent on the current state of politics.  It’s the suspense, guys.  It’s killing me.

If November 7th were a crabby patty, this SpongeBob clip would illustrate perfectly:

Also, I don’t want to get cocky, and invoke the terrible power of Murphy’s Law.

Things are looking more positive-ish for Romney these days, and I’ll just leave it at that.


No clever or entertaining writing from me tonight, folks.  Sorry.  I just can’t stop scanning the Tweets and the Drudge until my eyes are bloodshot and even the dog gives up on me and goes upstairs to bed.

If you are in the mood for good reading, here’s some great stuff from Kevin D. Williamson about homeschooling.

Goodnight all.

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10 thoughts on “This Just In: Deer In Headlights Manages Feeble Post

  1. Teresa Rice 19 October 2012 at 9:03 pm Reply

    To be honest I can’t wait til this election is over. Its been kinda crazy this election season.

  2. AHLondon (@AHLondon_Tex) 19 October 2012 at 9:38 pm Reply

    Ditto here. I can’t keep up. Just today I realized that I have about 2 working days of time to write. I can’t keep up.

  3. flyoverhere 19 October 2012 at 10:44 pm Reply

    I feel the same….

  4. edge of the sandbox 20 October 2012 at 12:05 am Reply

    I’ve been dialing it in more often than not, as you might have noticed. I do have a half-written post sitting there for weeks, however, but it’s only semi-political. I can’t keep up with current events.
    About that essay on homeschooling. We once met a girl here in SF who would say: “Oh, yeah, my bf was home-schooled by her anarchist mom, so she got to read Bakunin as a part of her curriculum, and how cool is that?”

    • nooneofanyimport 20 October 2012 at 8:31 am Reply

      I’m glad you read the article. When I got to the part where he mentions “liberal enclaves” in Brooklyn and Seattle that have SAHMs and homeschoolers, it brought your observations on Bay Area moms to mind.

      I’d like to read a debate b/t a homeschoooling liberal and an anti-homeschooling liberal. I reckon that’s unlikely, because the antihomeschool critics have only dishonest arguments which at some level they must sense and be loathe against someone who holds an “acceptable” worldview.

      Now I gotta look up Bakunin. :)

      Well, I’m glad I’m not the only one feeling the pressure. Normally I can compartmentalize better, but so much hangs in the balance. States aren’t gearing up for secession or anything, but it’s still pretty dang tense.

      have a great weekend everybody.

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  6. THE FOOD FOR THOUGHT AWARD | Citizen Tom 21 October 2012 at 5:40 pm Reply

    […] a full-time homeschooling mom and a part-time Tea Party patriot. As her last post indicates, This Just In:  Deer In Headlights Manages Feeble Post, she is suffering from a bit of […]

  7. Citizen Tom 21 October 2012 at 6:04 pm Reply

    I am tempted to wish it were over, but it is kind of like wishing our lives were over. To undo the nonsense these Socialist Democrats have implemented, we have to win every election for the next 20+ years. So thanks for the humor. That includes That cheered me up too.

    BTW. It is my pleasure to inform you that Citizen Tom (that’s me) has nominated you for The Food For Thought Award: I hope you will choose to accept. I would enjoy reading your favorite verses/passages from the Bible.

  8. Freedom, by the way 22 October 2012 at 7:50 am Reply

    SpongeBob is actually filled with nuggets of wisdom! I understand the weight of political blogging right now. There is SO much to talk about that it can be overwhelming. But keep pushing! We need your humorous takes on both politicas & life!

  9. Yos / Si Vis Pacem 22 October 2012 at 10:00 pm Reply

    The debate just ended. Gotta say, one of them looked Presidential, the other pedantic.

    Gov. Romney noted that “attacking me is not an agenda.” Well, it WAS, actually, the agenda – though it backfired.

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