Nov 19

A Complaint Free World?

Tag: political correctness,politics,stupidityDonna B. @ 12:31 am

Touted as a revenue neutral proposal, Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO)┬áis pushing for 1% of the world’s population (approx. 60 million people) to become ‘complaint free’. The day before Thanksgiving is to be the ‘Complaint Free’ Day.

Read it all here.

I am SO glad I got all the complaining out of my system earlier this week. But just in case something else comes up, I have a week left to complain.

Am I the only person who now feels compelled to complain about something through Nov. 25th?

2 Responses to “A Complaint Free World?”

  1. Icepick says:

    Am I the only person who now feels compelled to complain about something through Nov. 25th?

    Not at all. In fact, I may complain about the relative lack of complaining by everyone else. This is similar to the reaction I have whenever I see an anti-smoking ad. They always mak me want to light up. And not only have I never smoked, but I can’t stand the smell of it either. But the cheap moralizing combined with advertizing just sets me off.

    Hmmm. I wonder how many others have that reaction? The tobacco companies fund these anti-smoking ads (through lawsuit revenue paid to states, typically). Have the tobacco companies figured out that ads against tobaacco help their bottom lines? Perhaps not as much as the usual kind of ads, but ….

  2. Donna B. says:

    Remember the old saying “There’s no such thing as bad publicity”?