On health care reform:
I like change. I think HCR has the opportunity to do a lot of good for a lot of people who are otherwise suffering. I'm pro- trying something new to see if it makes things better. If it doesn't make things better, there's always another solution down the road. I'm happy that Obama has done something he set forth to do. I'd like for him to have a successful presidency; I'm pulling for him for that. Success is obviously subjective, but I think it's the hardest job in the universe, and why not offer a little support where I can? I don't think most of America actually understands what they're bemoaning about, which makes me kind of cranky because I feel like it's being contrarian just for the sake of being contrarian and what's productive about that? If bemoaners know what they're talking about, and want to bemoan, then by all means, let's hear it.
On revelation about Kevin Garn's DUI arrest, apparently while he was an LDS bishop, and before he ran for state legislature:
I abhor lies on any level, and this takes the cake for lying. I'm personally offended by this man's alleged behavior. And I feel especially betrayed because I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt on the hot tub thing. Ugh. Ew. Blagh. Seriously, to all friends and family: if you lie to me, I don't like it even one teeny tiny bit. If a politician lies to me, you have lost any chance of efficacy you ever had.
On BYU basketball:
I'm a-buyin' tickets for next year. The game I saw in person was the most thrilling event of my winter.
On this blog:
Was just telling my sister...the more blogs there are that are funny and well-written and nice to look at and making lots of money, the less interested I am in my own blog and the less I care about who reads, if I write anything worthwhile, how it looks, if I'm wearing makeup in the videos I post. That's so me to have a converse reaction. I'm a little bit of a contrarian. Just for the sake of being a contrarian.