Saturday, January 26, 2008

Presidential Campaign

I know you're probably all wondering how I am feeling about the race for president now that the Fred has dropped out of the running. The truth is, I feel far too crummy with this evil satanic cold I seem to have caught to have actually put a lot of thought into it. But with Super Tuesday lurking just over the hill, I suppose I should.

My feeling about the Dems has not changed. I still think they are all Socialists and will tax us until we can't see straight. Which in their minds is okay since they intend to do all the thinking and seeing for the populace.

Which brings us to the Republicans.

Let's start with Ron Paul. Intelligent guy, I will give him that. Unfortunately, his ideas about Iraq and national security just won't work. In order for us to truly be neutral, we would have to follow the the same plan used by the Swiss. Which means that every able bodied person would be going to boot camp. Every single person that could would be carrying a loaded firearm. They would sleep with them under their beds and train with them regularly. Maybe I am just a cynic, but I just don't see the average bloated American going for that. Although I would pay to see the bleach blond, former trophy wife, soccer mom lumber her giant thighs out of her huge SUV to use the range to practice with her AR-15. That would be picture worthy.

Next we've got Huckabee. Here's a guy that wants to extend rights and benefits to illegal immigrants. He's pro-sanctuary cities and big government. This guy's actually running on the Republican ticket?

And speaking of RINOs (Republican In Name Only), we have the biggest of them all--John McCain. Yes, I respect that he served our country in war. I can't even imagine what it was like to be a POW in Vietnam undergoing the kind of torture that he did. I do not doubt his Patriotism for one minute. But the guy is certainly not a Conservative. He worked with Ted Kennedy (otherwise know as king liberal incarnate) to write a bill providing amnesty to illegal immigrants. He voted against the Bush administration tax cuts. The guy has been officially endorsed by the freaking NY Times for crying out loud! Bill Clinton even said referring to his wife:
And then he painted this scene: “She and John McCain are very close,” he said. “They always laugh that if they wound up being the nominees of their party, it would be the most civilized election in American history and they’re afraid they’d put the voters to sleep because they like and respect each other.”
Maybe he's not actually running for president. Maybe he is trying to be HildaBeast's running mate. Interesting that his biggest endorsements are coming from the wrong camp.

Which brings us to Guiliani. I still like this guy, but is he actually still running? He was the big dog in the park until he decided that his best strategy was to disappear. Maybe he's right. Maybe he has saved himself from the friendly fire of the early caucus/primary states. Only time will tell.

Finally, we have Mitt Romney. My opinion of him is decidedly improved. Yeah, he's got a wacky religion that I think is severely misguided, but at least he isn't a Scientologist. (Uh Oh, better duck the incoming lawsuits for calling Scientology a crackpot cult.) Romney is a Capitalist through and through. He's also a small government federalist that believes that the real power really does belong to the people. The Five Brothers blog on his campaign website is funny too. Nice to see that he has such a strong family and a good sense of humor. His wife, Anne, pretty cool too. If I can get over the whole Mormon thing, I might actually like this guy.

Nah. My endorsement is going to Sunny Lucas. She's a strong black bitch that isn't going to take it anymore. She's showing her teeth to the terrorists rather than rolling over and playing dead. Yeah, she's a dog, but are we so biased that we can't get over a species difference?

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