Yog wrote:I honestly don't care about politics in the slightest, and while Bush wasn't very good at his job, making an ass out of himself at times, and doing some of the worst things I've seen a president do in my lifetime, I feel he IS used as a fall guy way TOO often.
Instead of wasting time blaming it on some guy, I feel that more time should be used fixing issues instead, and talking about them in parts and pieces, studying the obstacles in each one.
This mentality of "BUSH RUINED EVERYTHING", while correct in many ways, has gone on so long that it's sounding whiny.
It's an answer that can be used to brush aside the problem and throw one's hands up in the air.
My point is, I wish I could hear how the problem was being solved in detail, not about the person who caused it. It's a tired joke, one that I've heard so much by now, it's gone from something to smile and nod about, to something that's groan inducing.
I am in no way defending the man, but I am frankly tired of politicians using him as an excuse to avoid discussing the issues in the present.
Wow, I have no idea why that caused me to rant in such a way.
Whatis6times9 wrote:I love the old trade partners thing with Columbus, Mason to Flyers. And Adam Hall is up there for rolling stones with Zach Boychuk.
Tuor wrote:Whatis6times9 wrote:I love the old trade partners thing with Columbus, Mason to Flyers. And Adam Hall is up there for rolling stones with Zach Boychuk.
What the fuck, Pittsburgh, this is getting ridiculous.
Yog wrote:Well, that answer satisfies me.
I dunno, I just never liked it when politicians played the blame game, instead of doing something, or at least making a plan.
It's why I don't care for politics, because all I see are conmen that promise things that they have no intention of fulfilling. I understand that sometimes, you don't have the ability to act on those promises, but then, why make the promise in the first place?
You guys know I used to believe in anarchy if it meant leaving me to my former hermit ways, but that anarchy was also based on the inflation of anger towards the government for lying much of the time, as well. Hell, Bush caused that a lot of that anger to take root.
Urgh, I hate ranting like this. And I hate talking about politics, but I feel I needed to get this off my chest, I guess.
ANYWAY. To anyone who has already played or been playing Bioshock Infinite, is it good?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests