Thursday, 14 October 2010 16:03
O’Donnell Doctrine: What I Believe Is Irrelevant
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I am so elated that Christine O’Donnell put those people in their placeS last night when she said during the Delaware debate for U.S. Senate that her personal belief is “irrelevant”.

All of this time, I mistakenly thought that personal beliefs and what our candidates do absolutely should influence how we select our school boards, our legislatures, our Congresses and even our Presidents.

 

But, boy am I mistaken.

What a relief!  All it took was that magic moment, you know, during that Coons debate when that lib Wolf Blitzer of CNN asked if she thought evolution was a myth.  O'Donnell said, "What I believe is irrelevant."

Man, alive. With all of the problems we have in this world, do you really think our US Senators and public officials should be forced to tell us how they feel about the way the world was created?  Don’t we have more important things to worry about, like socialized medicine?  Jesum.  What’s wrong with those people, anyway?

Yep, I’ve seen the light.  And, I know exactly where Christine is going.   And, they think she’s whacky?

What difference does it make if she does or doesn’t believe in monkeys becoming men.  You really think her opinion will have something to do with how she votes on funding creationism or theories like evolution?

Even more important, those are her beliefs.  And, let me tell you something.  If she can be a U.S. Senator and not tell those idiots what she thinks especially about things that don’t really make a world of beans anyway, I’m all for it.

After hearing her answer that question, I am convinced that all those beliefs about those issues causing all that loud noise like “life”,  gun control, prayers in school, stomping out illegal immigration and even family values that get us all heated up is irrelevant as to how she or any of our other politicians handle their government jobs.   So, if they say we shouldn’t make a  federal case out of those issues, and those issues  have nothing to do with their jobs, that’s good enough for me.

Don’t you understand that people are bleeding out there?  What our elected officials say and do and how they feel about things is their own private lives and has nothing to do with the way they vote.

The only important item right now is paying our bills, and keeping big Brother Government from taking away. That’s it.  Don’t you hear the people?

They ain’t  out there just drinking tea you know.

For now on, I believe in the “Christine O’Donnell doctrine”.

What our government officials believe is nobody’s business and if they say their personal beliefs are irrelevant to their jobs, then that’s it.

And, people think Christine is off the wall?

No way.

And there ought to be more people like her.  If more politicians refuse to tell those lamestream media buzzards to buzz off when it comes to their personal lives and stupid stuff like evolution, science  and all that that kind of junk, we’d be much better off as a country.

You know, we could make Congress a part time job.

Our government doesn’t need to waste our time on idiotic stuff which it can’t fix anyway. Like Christine says, “It’s irrelevant”.

by Stephen Sabludowsky, Publisher of Bayoubuzz.com

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