I'm frustrated with myself for being frustrated with people who have a different opinion than I do. It's just so irritating to think that someone with a different, and in fact opposite political view can think that way! Who gave them the right to think that way?
Most irritating statement I've heard today:
"I'm not going to see Farenheit 9/11 because Michael Moore is just too liberal for me."
Now that shouldn't irritate me, except that free speech and our right to think outside the government is hanging by a thread because Mr. Bush and his little monkey minions are running around making decisions that are in the best interest of everyone without even asking us what we want anymore!
Have you read the book 1984? Does it feel a little too familiar?
I want to ask my friend, "doesn't it piss you off that someone wants to limit what you can and can't see because of it's political content?"
But instead, I stammer something unintelligible because I simply can't believe he can't find any merit in going, or see why it might possibly be important.
God I piss myself off sometimes!
I swear I'm not even that far left. I was a vegetarian for a year in high school.. until I came back from a summer in the woods and ate a McDonald's cheeseburger. (and loved it.) I was a hippie in college for the drugs, and now am a moderate lefter, who always seems to just vote along the democratic line because it seems like the right thing to do.
Don't I just make my Mother and Father proud.
I guess that my point is just this: Striving for diversity and tolerence is good, but I'm just human.
And sometimes I want to punch a conservative right in the kisser.
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