Sunday, August 31, 2008

Why McCain chose Palin

To get to the point: Palin is a woman. McCain needs women voters. Palin may be the final straw to tip women in favor for McCain, especially former Clinton voters who are either undecided or still hold a grudge towards Obama (maybe even both).

Secondly, Joe Biden is fierce during debates. A Master Debater, of sorts. He has a temper and putting him up against a woman would make him look like a bully, should he lose that temper.

Unfortunately, should McCain win the election in November, and should a gust of wind blow him away, we'll be stuck with an inexperienced governor from Alaska.

That is, we'd be completely and utterly screwed.


Regardless, Sarah Palin is a VPILF.

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Thursday, August 28, 2008

The Long, Hard Road To November

Excellent speech given by Obama tonight. It's not over yet though. We've got a little under 10 weeks to go before the American people vote. It's going to be hard for McCain to top tonight's acceptance speech, but he'll try, and I'm 100% sure he'll attack Obama. In addition to that, I'm sure he'll repeat the same old politics as his plan. The same old politics that the Bush administration has been giving us for 8 long years...

Bring it on McCain.

Bring it on.

Monday, August 25, 2008

The Respect They Deserve

This made my day.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Send The Very Best

If you've been following the greeting card industry lately, you may have noticed Hallmark has recently published its first same-sex "marriage" card.

Some organizations, such as the American Family Association, see this as promoting same-sex marriage.

Sorry, AFA, this is not a promotion to same-sex marriage. It's called "broadening your customer demographic". Good try trying to warp the minds of gullible Americans into doing your bidding of sending hate-mail to Hallmark.

This is a capitalist country. Hallmark saw same-sex "marriage" is on the rise. They took a risky step forward. In the end, Hallmark's move will show that times are changing and that not recognizing said changes is the new taboo.

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Friday, August 15, 2008


This is how you smear a campaign.
Sad thing is... no lies were needed to make this.