Dec. 13, 2018

“Hi, Mr. Pot. You can call me, “Kettle.”

Oh, my goodness. I never cease to be amazed at the dysfunction and whining in our country. Many are still on the band wagon that the media is our enemy. I’m confused. Why don’t we just think for ourselves? Is that too simple of a solution.

Recently, a Congressman suggested that if someone wants more positive publicity, they might want to do more positive things. I’m sorry. Is that too logical?

As I follow my daily plan of five minutes of news from all networks, one network was whining (again) about what the Congressman said (again) and voiced (again) that Google ignores Conservative news stories. What is so interesting and laughable is that this particular news source has made a living and built a following on partial reporting.

Hello? I think we just explained what the old saying, “the pot calling the kettle black,” means. <eye roll inserted here>

NOTE: “The term “the pot calling the kettle black” is usually used in the sense of accusing someone of hypocrisy. The origins of the phrase date back to at least the 1600s, when several writers published books or plays which included wordplays on this theme.” Taken from BING. Don’t like Google? Change your search engine. Is that too blunt?