North Carolina political theatre

Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)



North Carolina Political Theatre by Willie Worley Jr, (N.I.A.A.C.) Everyone likes good theater. No matter if it is going to see a good movie, opera, a play, or concert. The excitement of histrionic behavior entices all of us to develop an emotional charge for the theatre that comes to us through actors or entertainers. They do this for whatever individuals that enjoy their talents. If an individual finds them distasteful, they have other options. In one theatre it's different. This theater is like a bad radio station we chose that can't be changed for the next 4 or 2 years etc. All we can do is sit back and put up with the exaggerated musical performances, the over reacted performances, and the overdone performances. We are stuck with the good, the bad, and the ugly. Political theatre can be placed in a category similar to the one I just described. Just recently, The Charlotte Observer printed an article about North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper laying the ground work for a gubernatorial bid in 2016. Roy Cooper plans to challenge Republican Governor Pat McCrory for the North Carolina Governor seat according to the Observers Sunday September 29, 2013 "Inside Carolina Politics" on page (2B) of the "Local and State" section. Cooper has changed his political committee from "Cooper for Attorney General" to "Cooper for North Carolina". I think "Cooper for Systematic Corruption" sounds better. When we can see, own up to, and work to change our character or political defects, then and only then are we setting the stage to be a good actor, performer, or politician. If we fail to live up to these expectations, we are leaving room for the growth of mental deterioration, and corruption. Throughout the years Roy Cooper has failed to follow these simple human expectations. As a result many has suffered from bad political theatre. Elected officials, such as the Roy Coopers of the world, are no different from anyone else of stardom. They have to be actors, entertainers and performers. North Carolina Attorney General does not fall short in anyone of these areas. We must pay attention to how he handled North Carolina's S.B.I's DNA lab, the reforming methods of the S.B.I of this state etc. Roy Cooper has developed techniques of defending North Carolina government corruption. He takes pride in defending infamous government employees, etc. We must ask ourselves, do we want Rot Cooper running our state? He has definitely demonstrated his support for deceit and corruption. We all make bad decisions. Before we make anymore in North Carolina, let us closely research what all Attorney General Roy Cooper has done.

Author: Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)

Author Location: North Carolina

Date: 2016

Genre: Essay

Extent: 3 pages

If this is your essay and you would like it removed from or changed on this site, refer to our Takedown and Changes policy.

Takedown and Changes Policy
Browse More Essays