OK, maybe it is. After you view the following YouTube versions of May’s Abington News & Views you might just end up begging me to stay where I am and leave the airwaves (cable waves?) to the obviously more photogenic and youthful.
I’m in one of those funks where writing and the ability to develop interesting subject matter has left me. Usually I get brainstorms in the shower (Sorry for the imagery there.), but soap and warm water are not even working at this point. Enthusiasm and inspriation usually returns eventually. At times like this I refuse to force the issue just for the sake of writing something …
As I’m doing right now, so enjoy the peace and quiet!
That being said, if you are so inclined, take a view of my first foray into the cable TV political fisticuffs sans the fists and the cuffs. I really enjoyed my baptism under fire, though nerves had me stammering a bit. So far as I have heard, I have not dramatically affected the prospects of local Abington cable TV politics one way or the other, so it’s quite possible I may be invited back.
If that does happen, I endeavor to learn from my initial exposure and seek continuous improvement!
Not sure why this was presented in four parts, but it makes selecting what you want to watch – or not watch – much easier. If you do watch, I’d love to hear comments and criticisms. Trust me I can take it … probably.
Part 1: We discuss the qualifications of Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the performance and prospects for re-election of President Obama, and Obamacare.
Part 2: Panelists address the Trayvon Martin – George Zimmerman case, and the Pennsylvania State House race in Abington’s 153rd District.
Part 3: We discuss Pennsylvania’s new Voter ID law and the love fest between the new Montgomery County Commissioners Josh Shapiro, Leslie Richards and Bruce Castor.
Part 4: Panelists discuss Abington Township’s new law protecting LGBT rights and wrap ups with statements of individual interest.
Joe Scarborough and Chris Matthews can rest easy!