Ever read a liberal blogger’s writing and realize how dissatisfied he is with the political side of life? No one ever lives up to the standards he adheres to. Oh to be perfect and constantly look down in disappointment upon the imperfect. The life of a liberal blogger must be rough.
I can’t help but remember in the spring of 2010 when Cory Heidelberger anxiously anticipated Dr. Kevin Weiland’s entrance into the Democratic congressional primary to purge a certain blue dog named Stepahanie Herseth Sandlin from the party. Unfortunately for him, that primary never happened:
Woster reports Weiland had 3800 signatures ready to submit. I collected 20 signatures for Weiland…
If you gathered signatures for Weiland, put your name and total in the comment section. Let’s hear it. If we can’t have the conversation about the direction of the South Democratic Party, if the Blue Dogs win by default, we can at least stake our names to one fast and furious petition drive that ought to tell our incumbent Congresswoman something… and apparently sending a message is all the satisfaction we get. Grrrr!
Oh to never be satisfied… as if pushing for a party rift in the Democratic party wasn’t enough for him, he hopes with all his might for a Republican primary…
right-wing theocrats? insurgency could weaken the Republican Party enough in 2012 to throw the door wide open for Stephanie Herseth Sandlin to step back onto the stage and return to Congress.
Now I don’t need to tell you how silly his assertion is, but apparently Cory has one consistent problem… he is never happy with whoever serves this state. I feel sorry for Cory that he can’t ever find satisfaction in our representatives no matter how hard he punches out blog posts at his keyboard.
This Christmas be sure to say a prayer for our dissatisfied little friend and help him to realize he shouldn’t be so uptight.