Wednesday, November 05, 2008

catching up

I've really been absent around here...not that anyone probably even bothers to check anymore! Somehow I just can't let this blog totally go.

With last night's Obama victory, I was finally able to put a lot of pent-up anxiety to rest. Listening to him speaking last night, I will admit that I got teary-eyed from the realization that we finally have an intelligent, eloquent leader, and that this election meant so very much to so many people. Watching the crowd at Grant park was amazing. I went to sleep last night knowing that in the morning I would kiss my baby and have great hope for a better future for her and others of her generation.

Now, on to some things I've been wanting to say to some people who shall remain nameless.

To person #1: I will post whatever I want there, and I don't care if it embarrasses you in front of your little Republican club. In fact, I'm quite convinced that the only reason you're so involved with that group is because you like being clique-y. I don't think you have a clue about the actual issues, and I certainly don't think you have any interest in learning.

To person #2: You and your family really disgust me. I can't believe you had the nerve to accuse Democrats of having no class or dignity after all of the vile smears you've been spreading on your page. I didn't think it was possible to be both openly gay and an ultra-right wing nutjob (closeted gay, of course, we see that all the time). Go suck a fat dick. Or should I say a skinny dick? Whichever is the least enjoyable for you.

To HR: Excuse me, but I don't want to just "assume a 9 or 10 hour work day". I have a baby at home, and a husband. I left academia (which I am seriously starting to regret) so that I could work nice, normal, 9-5 hours. This is bullshit. I'm working twice as hard as I used to and I better get a fucking raise or at least a bonus to show for it.

To my co-worker: You are a goody-two-shoes and you are fucking everything up at work. Have you ever heard of saying "no"?? You're making it harder for the rest of us who really don't feel like working 60-hour weeks. I don't want to compete with you but you're making me look bad. You talk too much and you never return my emails when I need you to. Bite me.

To person #3: You seem like a nice enough person, but could you be any more naive? Why don't you just bitch and moan some more about liberals before your next Medicare-funded OB appointment. I'm sure you have no clue that Medicare comes from the government. Maybe you should have gotten your own fucking health insurance before you got pregnant again.

I'm sure there's more, but it feels pretty good getting these out.

4 comments:

Mary Beth said...

Girl, you did have some venting to do! I don't know who you're referring to, but I have some of those people in my life, too. Let's just move to our own little island of sanity and reason. We can take our husbands and kids, too, I guess. :)

fishlamp said...

Don't let this blog go... or if you do, start another one and let us know where it is.

You post is almost like a casting call. "Yes, I'll be reading for Person #3, please". Did I get the part?
;)

Good to hear from you! Hope the fam is doing well!

Kat E said...

Aw, so nice to get some comments! I was afraid at first that Person #1 or 2 stumbled across this and was calling me out ;) I'm such a pussy.

Kel Bel said...

I love it! And please don't stop blogging...I get lazy about commenting but I always read it and enjoy it :)

Even in the District, which went 95% for Obama, I have to listen to idiotic comments a la #1 and #2. I can't even call it Republican - it's simply anti-Democrat. They wholly earned the one-party rule they got handed to them on Tuesday night. Enough of the hatefulness already, we have problems to fix!