I really didn’t have time to blog this week. I apologize to my regular readers who think I am either dead or going crazy. I am quite sane and mostly alive. I checked…dead people do not blog.
I haven’t had a lot to write about for the past few days and I really haven’t had a lot of time. I almost feel like I am neglecting my blog. I’m not. I promise.
I am just a little empty on things to write about. I don’t need to write about my weight. I am not obsessing over it any more. My fitness has dropped off a bit..okay a lot. It is too cold most days to run and I am not anywhere near a gym. I am not getting fatter or looking worse but I doubt I could run 10km in under 50 minutes right now. But that’s okay too. I will run again in the spring.
Politics hasn’t been a hot topic anywhere. Sure there’s the US fiscal cliff and a big fight with the gun laws but it doesn’t concern me too much. The gun lobbyists are nuts. They take the “right to bear arms” a little too seriously. They believe the government is evil and make try to kill them so they need an arsenal of weaponry behind them. And to think this is all over their desire to wear short sleeved shirts. So silly. It’s January, they should wear coats.
Canadian politics isn’t heating up too much. There are two races of Liberal leaders of the Ontario Liberals and the Federal Liberals but nothing has really come out that is inspiring or shocking. Both eventual winners have a tough time ahead of them. The Liberal brand is under fatigue in Ontario and is a mess across Canada. I will save my words for Ontario politics for later this season when the threat of an election really comes to pass.
All I know is that Hudak thinks that people on welfare should get their money on cards that can only be used for food. Cleary all recipients of welfare boozing, drug addicted gamblers who don’t know how to take care of their money. Welfare is never used to pay a phone bill or a hydro bill or a bill to repair a fridge. That’s just obscene.
And before anyone tried to argue that it should be used for food, I will then argue that if you get the money for your kids (that monthly amount that I don’t get), paternity leave or HST cheques, then I want to see cards that make sure your money is spent only on government approved items. See? It is just as ridiculous.