A Sad State of Affairs

We now live in a country where I have no president but I do have …

  • A dead Senator from Missouri going to Congress.
  • A fake President played on TV by Martin Sheen.
  • A new Senator from New York who used to be the wife of the boss of the man who may be president.
  • A Governor from Florida who is the brother of the man who may be president and son of a man who was.
  • A sitting President whose wife now will be hanging around the same men who voted to remove him from office.
  • A senior Senator from South Carolina who, under our current Constitution rules, could be appointed to be President in this standoff despite the fact that he is 98.
  • A potential Vice President who, because he did not take his name off the Connecticut Senate race, could end up being the deciding factor in how the Senate is composed.
  • And finally ….

  • A state where a Republican Secretary of State and a Democratic Attorney General try to determine the outcome of 25 electoral votes without appearing to be partisan.

Any questions? Frankly, I don’t see what the confusion is all about.