Professional _ an adjective _ frequently used _ in contexts often quite random.
And examples do show, clearly that many pros, can blow stories with reckless abandon.
Days before the election a speech heard in New Hampshire offers another example.
The candidate spoke, was shrugged off as a joke, the blurred thinking of pros quite ample.
The speech was profound, quite calm and insightful, the future it was to portend.
But the pros were all stuck, in biased calcified muck, again failed their jobs to attend.
The pros instead covered a brief letter from Bill the candidate shared with the crowd.
The pros all so focused, as a swarm of mad locusts, on this letter that was read aloud.
It took only a minute, the letter’s reading was over and the candidate went to his speech.
But the pros didn’t care, to report what was fair, they ignored what the candidate preached.
But oh what a sermon preached in New Hampshire to the voters of which there were legions.
It clearly laid out, the cause of the rout, understood only by non-coastal regions.
One might humbly suggest to pros still befuddled on results of the recent election.
Get into some lernin’, and study that sermon, we’ll all hope you can make a connection.
(The Random Poet:111816