Thursday, February 05, 2004

I see by the super accurate counter that I have no--zip, nada--comments coming in. I might have to make a few myself. After browsing around the internet, I see that I am not as busy at this blogging as so many others. There are blogs with have a world's news posted and then comments. UH-mazing! Who has that much time in a day, I wanna know.

I have not read anything worth commenting on today. I could go in search of some radical news item, but I'd probably lose myself in the process. The multi-task tool is not one I control well. One thing leads to ten others. Forty-two sites later and you have not learned a whole lot. Except maybe checking the weather.

All you hear on news lately --or read-- is politics. Busch, or not; Kerry or not; Dean or not; ready or not. Who can choose? When are they gonna actually put someone out there that we actually WANT to vote for. it's always the least worst candidate. Has it always been this way? When FDR ran, did everyone think he was a good choice out of several good choices? Or Roosevelt? When did the to runners start looking like losers before they even started the race? Who would really want the job? They are all nuts. We should find someone who does not want to be president, but would be really good at leading the country. We could MAKE him run. Or her. No one care anymore. Isn't that just nuts. Lots of people lead major organizations. Those leaders are actually not too bad.

Take for example principals of schools. Now there's a group of nuts. Who would want that job? Low pay, people crabbin' at ya all day, and blaming you for their children's low grades. But there are some principals that know what they are doing. They get up everyday and jump into the driver's seat headed for success. They love their jobs. Gotta love 'em.

Any public servant in the public eye has to be looking at the whole picture a bit differently than the rest of us. They must be hungry for control and power. The best ones neither want nor need control and know that they are powerless. Those are the people who get the best work accomplished. The ones who want things to go well for the rest of us. And there aren't too many of them. None of them want to be President.

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