Marz babbles about SOTU conference
Call to end gerrymandering, GOP butts stay in their seats. Therein is your problem, America. #SOTU— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) January 13, 2016
How about a call to end ignorance and lapses in logic, as can be seen with the following example?
When President Obama speaks, it makes me proud to be an America. When Trump or Cruz speak, it makes me ashamed. #SOTU— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) January 13, 2016
I'm sure he's proud when Obama and staff ignore serious issues like Iran taking several American sailors hostage, and continuing their cowardice towards the tyrants running that hellhole by lifting sanctions. Such is probably about what we can expect from somebody who worked as a journalist before he took up a full time career as a comics writer, and only let his mindset get the better of him.
He's even said the following about the Dixie Chicks topic from the mid-2000s:
Remember when the right-wing media destroyed Dixie Chicks because they made a comment critical of W? https://t.co/vHpFvGJm67— Ron Marz (@ronmarz) January 13, 2016
Boy, isn't this depressingly awful. "Media"? What about the public who got furious when they found out what the music band did behind their backs over in the UK? Or does he not have the courage to say what he thinks of the public who decided to exercise the right to boycott the band after their anti-war speech in London opposing the war against Saddam's autocracy in Iraq? Which brings us to the most vital point that could be made: if the Dixie Chicks really had to say they're against the Iraq war, why did they go to say so in front of a British audience and not an American one? I figure that was the last straw for many Americans put off by their disregard for any innocent human life that could've been saved by taking down Saddam's regime. Perhaps Marz is too much a fan of Doctor Doom, who, as a fictional autocrat, comes close to being like such vicious men in real life, to the point where he thinks anybody that degrading must be allowed to continue their rulership no matter how bad it could be in the long term. It may not be too hard to guess where he stands on Cuba either.
And using Bush, as poor as he was on some issues, as scapegoat for this topic is pretty poor. Instead of condemning the autocrats who make such wars inevitable sooner or later, the Dixie Chicks and Marz can only think to take out their frustrations on Dubya, and not lament how sad it is that some people in this world like Saddam have to follow evil mentalities. The band's members even acted "hurt" because the citizens of Lubbock, the town one of them came from, wouldn't support them after what they said. As if they're required to go in some kind of lockstep? That's just putting one's head in the sand, I'm afraid.
And, that's pretty much what former journalist Marz is doing now. Cheap, cheap, cheap.