I Do, But I Don't

I Do, But I Don't

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

It Could Always Be Worse

Political partisan fighting in America has maintained its fervor over the years and with a Presidential election coming next year, chances are the intensity will increase.  But remember:  It could always be worse.

In a story published by Reuters, the following proves that things may be bad in America, but they aren't THAT bad:
(Reuters) - Italian deputies exchanged blows in parliament on Wednesday as tensions over a tough economic reform program came to a head.
At least two deputies from the Northern League, a member of the ruling center-right coalition, fought with members from the opposition FLI party of speaker Gianfranco Fini. Two deputies grabbed each other by the throat as other parliamentarians rushed to separate them.
The parliamentary sitting was suspended for several minutes after the fight, which broke out because of sarcastic remarks on television by Fini alleging that the wife of League leader Umberto Bossi had retired at 39.
See?  It could always be worse - Coburn hasn't come to blows with anyone yet.