18 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. John Hric

    At least some politicians try, try that is, to choose their words and their masks carefully. And at the other end of the spectrum there are individuals who never pause to choose their words except maybe for shock value. And for whom the word carefully is a foreign term. Distraction, degradation, and greedy self fulfillment would be their only game. Fill in the gaps with a random collection of near do wells and the rotten apples of the bunch color the whole lot with a dark spectrum of misdeeds. It is not too surprising that the tale of the barrel of politicians is rated and told by the bad apples. Still there is hope. King Solomon came out of a similar barrel. Not that I am advocating for kings. Which leads me to the question – how is it that help columnists, marriage counselors, psychologists, and other similar jobs come up clean from the mud ? And politicians and lawyers rarely fare so well.

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  2. Sorryless

    Sadly, this is true.

    Maybe the Unchosen One who lorded over the country for the last four years on this side of the fence was a lesson to the common sense crowd. Choose your leaders wisely and demand that they, yanno . . lead?

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