Gut Rumbles

September 13, 2004

I don't want to piss her off

But I simply MUST take issue with dawn olsen over THIS statement:

This is why I can empathize with Senator Kerry. Dammit, sometimes it's hard to make a decision, especially when you don't want to make the wrong one.

Dawn, making those decisions is what separates the leaders from the sheeple. NOBODY ever wants to make the wrong decision, but when everybody else is looking at YOU, waiting for you to tell them what to do, you've GOT to shit or get off the pot. RIGHT THEN! If anybody gets the vapors and starts to hyperventilate in such a situation, that ain't the person you want running this country.

If the man can't make a decision at his age, fuck him. Give me somebody "resolute" any day.

(Off-topic, sorta. I NEVER played poker with a good supervisor who was not a good poker player. I wonder why?)


the reason why people like dawn and kerry dont like making decisions isnt because they are afraid of making the "wrong" decision....they are terrified of being held responsible for making the decision in the first place.

that's why i despise kerry and why i dont think much more of true "middle of the roaders".

Posted by: mr. helpful on September 13, 2004 08:44 PM

Dawn Olsen is a good example of people who "think" by emotion and not reason.

This malady is not exclusive to females, however. Males called 'Democrats' fall prey to its evil clutches, also.

Posted by: rightisright on September 13, 2004 09:48 PM

"NEVER played poker with a good supervisor who was not a good poker player. I wonder why?

Good supervisors read people WELL. That and a little bit of odds knowledge makes a winner. But, you know that.

I never played poker with BAD supervisors. Those bastards played BRIDGE. Dumb fucks.

Posted by: Dan Pursel on September 14, 2004 12:51 AM

I'm surprised anyone has their head so far into the sun-don't-shine region that they honestly believe Kerry has ever made any decision, much less worried about making the wrong one.

People who worry about making the wrong decision should not be leaders.

People who change their decisions every five minutes in an effort to attain power should not be President.

Posted by: Mr. Lion on September 14, 2004 02:38 PM
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