Nunc Scio
Monday, October 31, 2005
  Sometimes, Politics makes me want to drown myself. daytimes and nighttimes.

So, here's what I have to look forward to this week/month/lifetime:

1. In the United States, fundamentalist christians will get into a shrill screaming argument with noisy liberals over the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Alito. The majority of Americans will, I'm sure, sigh softly to themselves and wonder where their government went.

2. In Canada, two crotchety liberal patriarchs will sling mud at each other with the Conservative (read: non-entity) party will dance around and try desperately to get on a train to electability. Bad news, boys. The train just went of the rails in Chatham. Meanwhile, the majority of Canadians will, I'm sure, sigh softly to themselves and wonder where their government went.

Good grief. I'm getting rather tired of the same old dog and pony show, on both sides of the 49th. Ah well. Perhaps it is always darkest before dawn, and a new era of vision-laden issue-based politics is right around the corner. Hmmmm. And while I'm dreaming, I'd like a learjet.
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Jack of all trades, master of none, Graeme is many things to many people. Unfortunately, none of them find him very life-affirming in any capacity. He is a freelance writer, broadcaster, amateur cryptozoologist and occasional political commentator late of London, England and now based in Toronto. Most of the time, he's confused. And a little hungry. But mostly just confused and somewhat uncomfortable writing in the third person.

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