Judging by the curtains in the background, State Senator Angie Buhl possibly appeared in a lost episode of a reality tv show of sorts from the 1960’s… or maybe the Twilight Zone meets Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In. Then again maybe it’s just Angie Buhl’s delusional alternate reality.
I was twelve years old. I grew up in a conservative family. A very catholic family. And I was sitting in church listening and I said to my little twelve year old self, “It seems like Catholics are supposed to care about poor people, and conservatives don’t care about poor people, so why are so many Catholic’s conservative? (pause… Laugh track…. Or were those real people out there?) – State Senator Angie Buhl
Angie evidently thinks Catholics who are conservatives don’t care about the poor. That’s good to know, considering the sizable Catholic population that lives in her district.
It’s also interesting to see Angie’s world view was developed at age 12. Last I checked, 12 year olds were not exactly where I was looking for someone to fix the problems our country faces. I have heard that the onset of alcohol addiction in young people hinders maturation of the brain. Maybe the onset of liberalism has the same effect? You be the judge.