Wednesday, August 24, 2011

You know those moments when you are living your life, everything is in its normal order (or disorder, in my case) then something/someone holds a mirror up to your face and you realize something about yourself that changes your entire outlook on life?  And it's so simple and so there that you wonder why it never occured to you before.

I had one today, when I was checking out Rants from Mommyland and came across this post

Holy Crap! 

I am Julia Sugarbaker! 

But you know, it makes perfect sense.  All my television watching life I've aspired to be a Marcia or Rachel but, in reality, I AM Julia Sugarbaker.  No ifs, ands, or buts about it.  I've been her my entire life and just too blind to see it.

 Julia: I do not think everyone in America is ignorant! Far from it! But we are today, probably, the most uneducated, under read, and illiterate nation in the western hemisphere. Which makes it all the more puzzling to me why the biggest question on your small mind is whether or not little Johnny is gonna recite the Pledge of Allegiance every morning! I'll tell you something else, Mr. Brickett. I have had it up to here with you and your phony issues and your Yankee Doodle yakking! If you like reciting the Pledge of Allegiance everyday then I think you should do it! In the car! In the shower! Wherever the mood strikes you! But don't try to tell me when or where I have to say or do or salute anything, because I am an American too, and that is what being an American is all about! And another thing, I am sick and tired of being made to feel that if I am not a member of a little family with 2.4 children who goes just to Jerry Fallwell's church and puts their hands over their hearts every morning that I am unreligious, unpatriotic, and un-American! Because I've got news for you, Mr. Brickett. All liberals are not kooks, anymore than all conservatives are fascists! And the last time I checked, God was neither a Democratic nor a Republican! And just for your information, yes I am a liberal, but I am also a Christian. And I get down on my knees and pray everyday - on my own turf - on my own time. One of the things that I pray for, Mr. Brickett is that people with power will get good sense, and that people with good sense will get power... and that the rest of us will be blessed with the patience and the strength to survive the people like you in the meantime!
Man, it's good to be me and totally justifies me yelling at the ass in the parking garage yesterday.

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