Getting pretty weary of opinion journalists and politicians telling us what Americans believe, think or feel about every issue. This percentage or that percentage say...blah blah. Here's what this American does not care to hear about:
Iowa. Please journalists stay away from Iowa. I'd bet most Americans want Iowa out of the political spotlight and their influence severed. I don't care that Hillary Clinton was in Iowa this weekend screaming out to Iowans: "HELLO IOWA! I'm BACCCCCK." And, I don't want to hear about any other presidential hopeful testing the waters in Iowa. For one thing it's too early, we haven't even had the 2014 mid term elections yet and secondly, it's Iowa. Forget Iowa all you media, no one wants them to have the most say in who stays in and who drops out of presidential primaries.
I also don't care about the obsession with athletes and entertainers who get into trouble. There's a lot more of importance going on in the world than spending time tsk tsking these people.
One thing I do care about is this ridiculously simplistic, naive and grade school teacher-ish comment by the president while speaking to the New York Times:
"If I had been an advisor to ISIS, I would not have killed the hostages but released them and pinned notes on their chests saying, "Stay out of here; this is none of your business."