Saturday, August 20, 2011

Too Long an Absence

There's something to be said about there not being enough hours in the day. I remember back when I first started this blog, I was on here practically every other day posting a new outrage that fanned the flames of my anger towards a corrupt and overblown government body whose sole purpose seemed only to be to find out just how far they could stick their fingers into the lives of the American people before we finally told them to shove off.

That all changed when I started my journey on my new career path. Being a court stenographer is NOT an easy thing to learn. The basics are, but as with most things, the more you advance the more difficult things become. Don't misunderstand me. This isn't some whine fest about how I can't continue and should just give up the ship. It is, however, an explanation as to why my watchdog duties have fallen by the wayside of late.

Not that I haven't been paying attention, of course. I still get my doses of FOX news on occasion, and my visits to Hotair and Facebook inform me of the goings on of our Monarch-in-Chief and his goons, as well as the goings on of the supposedly small-government repubs that talk a good game but can't seem to move the pieces correctly.

As for why I haven't posted, well, that should be obvious. I just don't have the time lately. Hopefully that will change somewhere down the road. As it stands right now, the only thing I can say to you, my loyal readers, is that my crusade for Constitutional justice must be placed on hiatus for the time being, yet have no fear. I'll be back leading the charge during the 2012 elections, and I'll be keeping as much of an eye out as I can for any shinannigens being pulled by our new president elect.

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