Quite simply, I don't fully understand what either side is trying to prove. Yes, I do, generally, but not when you nail down specifics like you should in any reasoned debate.
Spoiler alert: nobody can actually predict the economy.
Political discourse in America has reached levels of douchebaggery previously only theorized about but never observed, like conversational dark matter.
We all love things that bring us pain.
You're going to feel a bit icky after this article.
Apparently, The media doesn't always have time for such time-consuming practices as 'fact checking' and 'thinking about this for a moment to work out if it sounds idiotic.'
Most of the time, we don't need somebody else to debunk these stories for us, not if you know what to look for. For instance, this stuff should always raise red flags .
You can be a huge success and not be smart, just as you can be an incredibly gifted failure. For every Ke$ha, there are a thousand girls blowing their wood shop teacher for a passing grade so they can cut class who never amount to anything.
I wanted to write this piece now, because it involves looking back on the election, and it's way more effective to understand something after it happens, not while it's happening. My goal is to put the 2012 election into context, but not historical context; movie context.
He strikes again and he must be stopped at all costs.