Topic: "Downtown Cardinals"(9)
Frodo never thought he would miss Mitt Romney. At least, then, he knew that there would be something new, if not outright bizarre, to add sparkle to his morning coffee. Now, it is the same thing, day-after-day, and Frodo is getting to the point that he truly doesn't care whether or not the President paid for the dinner. What follows is a brief take on the three dominating stories at hand, allowing Frodo to let off a little steam, at your expense dear reader.
Let us, hypothetically, replace every use of the word "drone" with the descriptive title "AR-15". Senator Paul would be receiving a whole lot less sympathetic treatment for his filibuster if he had merely sought the Attorney General's assurance that no Americans will be targeted for elimination by assault weapons. Frankly, Frodo does not give a horse's patoot how his end comes, he would prefer however that no one receive a bonus therefrom.
Frodo has very little interest, other than outright pique, for the Conclave of Cardinals. Ever since they allowed Pujols to leave, the Cardinals have little to justify predictions of their competitive success in the National League. The Braves will be a far superior challenger to the other worldliness of the Boston Red Stockings. If this comment confuses you, dear reader, please proceed Governor and start worrying when the CNN commentator interjects.
Finally, there is all this seeming interest in Downtown Albany. Frodo has never spent much time there, but he is pretty sure that there are very few located within the city limits who speak with any kind of British accent. Besides, any guy who does speak that way is generally gay. Frodo is pretty sure they don't recognize gay people in Albany. Frodo has always wondered about the Governor of Georgia however. Does anyone, by the way, have any spare batteries for a remote?