Unambiguous Calamity

It doesn’t take much effort to see or hear how our beloved U.S.A is in trouble. Their is most definitely a sense of discontent amongst the people. As I sit in my kitchen, with a cup of coffee and the Fox News Channel,  trying to comprehend yesterdays latest events of a woman trying to crash the south entrance gate of the White House, together with a partial government shutdown, and the debt ceiling quickly approaching. I can’t help but question, if all of this, is a collaborated calamity waiting to erupt. Not saying it will, but it’s a thought. Their is no synergy within the government. It is one way or the other, no teamwork is evident. Everyone is in a deep fog in our government, with no transparency. Both parties are explicitly being assertive to stick to their own agendas.

Where is the protagonist that the country voted for in 2008? He remains nonchalant and takes so many luxurious vacations while the country is in dire trouble. Pandemonium is rapidly taking over states and the country is falling apart.


About luis castillo

An introvert who enjoys reading, writing and journal entry and recently picked up iphoneography along the way. My "Walls of Solitude" is my sanctuary and where most, if not all of my writings scream through my fingertips.
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2 Responses to Unambiguous Calamity

  1. That’s part of the problem: the expectation for the presidency. No matter who we elect as president, unless it’s Superman, we cannot expect a single hero to “save” us. It is not all up to one person. This whole mess-up was a group effort.

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