As someone who has spent the past few years railing against the various stupidities in Washington, I have absolutely no concerns about Mitt Romney winning the Presidency, and running out of criticisms of the government.
For anyone who writes about politics, government, society, and the like, well, to paraphrase the great comedian Will Rogers, “all I have to do is read the paper.”
You have Congress, SCOTUS, POTUS and the cabinet secretaries. There are always 50 governors, 50 state houses, countless mayors, aldermen, city council members, and the NGGs (non-governmental goofballs) such as Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the (unfortunately) irrepressible Bill Maher, Janine Garafolo, the lovely and (semi-)talented glitterati from the la-la land of the left coast, Hollywood. (I wonder if any future movie star will admit to being “discovered” while snorting a line at the intersection of Hollywood and Stupid?)
And that’s only domestic sources of idiocy. The list of imports grows daily.
So me, worry? I’m more relaxed than ever…at least in terms of running out of things to ridicule.