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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Regarding my recent silence

A reader emails:

"Come on, Beldar, there has been a mid-term election Surely you must have something to say about this. What has happened to all those pointed, witty Beldar remarks?"

I wasn't much surprised by the election results. I'd said what I had to say about the Texas governor's race back during the primaries, and I didn't think I had anything unique or particularly interesting to write about any of the other races that wasn't already being at least adequately written by others.

And I don't have the urge right now to comment on the daily missteps of the Obama Administration. I'm instead content, at least for this moment, to continue to rely on a general observation I made over a year ago, just when some of those self-deluding Obama voters were beginning to focus more closely on their new emperor's new clothes:

Amateurs. Incompetents. Ideologues. Full-time politicians turned half-wit government officials. Brilliant leftists who, confronted with the real world, are exposed as clueless idiots and children.

It's going to be a long time until January 2013....

The odds are good that the muse will again take me, but there's no telling when.

Posted by Beldar at 11:21 AM in Politics (2010), Weblogs | Permalink

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Comments

(1) Brian L. made the following comment | Nov 24, 2010 2:51:38 PM | Permalink

Can totally relate, man. Hope you get back into it before too long - I've missed hearing your take on things!

Regards,
Brian

(2) RiverRat made the following comment | Nov 24, 2010 2:59:06 PM | Permalink

We've occassionaly corresponded since the Swiftboat Wars. Your observation from over a year about the Obama administration still holds sway.

I'm hopeful you'll be motivated to comment as November 2012 approaches. Good calls on TX politics but what the heck's wrong with Houston? Too much New Orleans?

Best,

Tom the RiverRat now in the Austin Area.

(3) DRJ made the following comment | Nov 24, 2010 6:28:56 PM | Permalink

The consummate Texan, you say what you think and then shut up. But I confess I miss reading your posts, too.

I read an article on how the Gulf Coast sea life has come back better than ever and experts think it's a result, in part, of the total hiatus on fishing caused by the oil spill. It occurs to me that after the Obama hiatus is over, businesses may bounce back stronger than ever, too. I hope so.

(4) Paul_In_Houston made the following comment | Nov 25, 2010 6:42:41 AM | Permalink

So glad to know that you're Ok.

"The odds are good that the muse will again take me, but there's no telling when."

But, what's she up to right now?
The world wonders. :-)
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(5) Greg Q made the following comment | Nov 25, 2010 4:39:21 PM | Permalink

I came back because I hoped you had something useful to say on the Delay conviction. So, what is going on there? Real charges? Sham, political trial?

(6) Larry Brown made the following comment | Nov 28, 2010 10:16:21 PM | Permalink

Thank goodness, Thought it might have been something I said...

(7) Aaron Worthing made the following comment | Nov 29, 2010 12:51:24 PM | Permalink

Well, you should still try to post now and then, if only to verify that you are still alive. :-)

(8) Milhouse made the following comment | Nov 29, 2010 7:04:35 PM | Permalink

Yeah, what Greg Q said. I was stunned that the Delay charges were allowed to go to the jury; is there any substance to them after all? I actually wasn't aware that the trial was happening; I had thought it would never get that far. I mean, how can someone go to trial for doing something that there's no law against?

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