Currently 2 Responses
- Why is it that the majority of people make it their business to take the actions or lack thereof of another personally?
I cannot wrap my head around this to save my soul. Why is it that some people are so caught up in allowing the actions or lack thereof of another to influence their own actions or lack thereof?
How powerless is he or she who chooses this fate for thyself?
Perhaps, you might want to make a different choice Margie and stop worrying about what Bill Clinton did or didn't do and worry more about what you do or do not do to make a difference in your life or the lives you surround. Your comment certainly contains an enormous amount of negative energy surrounding the actions or lack thereof of another. I experience you as an extremely powerless individual.
- Can't this ex-President go anywhere without embracing something? Frankly, it's an insult to have him in our fair city. I never cared for people who force their attentions on others or who have the temerity to fool around with the office help.
If anything, he should be paying the public to come hear him speak. Better still, why don't we pay to keep him OUT of Sarasota?
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