I try to keep my opinions to myself, which is harder in some situations rather than others.
Disclaimer - I am a registered non-partisan and like it that way. I have issues with all the parties.
Usually Cindy and I watch major events together, and riff with one another. Well, someone was at work this evening, and I was all alone.
So my poor Twitter feed had to endure my abuse.
I don't agree with Sarah Palin on social issues. I loved her comments on projects she line item vetoed for FY08, stating that a number of them were not an appropriate use of state funds. Because she was right. I find her to be too straightforward and unsubtle to be an effective politician in sophisticated arenas (international relations, anyone?). I say this because I know that I'm that way myself. Sarah is a sports nut, so how's this for a metaphor? She's like a HS kid that has been picked to go to the Major Leagues without working her way through the farm system. While talented, she'd really get something out of the farm system without losing who she is.
I think Theresa says some of what I think and feel very very well. Then again, she's an actual professional writer, unlike myself. I'm still cogitating and trying to get to an articulate place rather than just an emotively responsive place.