Thursday, February 7, 2008

Another one bites the dust

Well, it isn't quite official, but realistically John McCain is the GOP nominee. Romney, with good reason, has dropped out. Although I am sad to see him go, his logic is sound. Many people have forgotten, but we are a nation at war. Romney knew he was losing and further campaigning would only serve to anger conservatives more about the eventual nomination of McCain. In effect, handing the campaign to the hippie Dems. He choked down his distaste in hopes of preserving the sovereignty of the United States. McCain has been consistent in his promise to continue the war on terror instead of running away with his tail between his legs. Mitt made a graceful exit.
I'm kind of feeling like I'm somehow cursed with the kiss of death. Each candidate I've committed my vote towards has dropped out. Hmm, maybe I could use that to some advantage and pledge my vote to the candidate I hate most. I think that's what Ann Coulter's real motivation may be.
So the GOP has decided that McCain is their man. It is what it is, like it or not.
The remaining question: Which Socialist are the Dems going to put up against him? We've got the fresh idealist and the power hungry crook.
I honestly don't believe that Obama is a bad guy. I think he really believes that his government programs can create some kind of Utopian society where everything is sparkles and rainbows. I think he really thinks he can tell the militant Islamic terrorists that we just want to be friends and they will stop trying to exterminate us. And wouldn't it be wonderful if he was right? Unfortunately he's misguided and naive. I kind of feel sorry for the guy. Electing him president would be like sentencing him to a horrible nervous break down. He wouldn't even see the inevitable failures coming. This eloquent orator would be reduced to a sniveling mass huddled in a dark corner of the oval office, covered in the sticky leavings of the last liberal to seek dark corners in the White House.
On the flip side, we have Hildabeast. Even if we just look at her recent history, we can see there is nothing honest about her. She used extortion, empty promises, money laundering, and fabricated people for campaign donations out of Chinatown. There is a strong suspicion that she tampered with the polling machines in New Hampshire. And then there is the matter of the $5 million she loaned her campaign that she is hoping her supporters pay back. Should be interesting what the accountants come up with when they comb through the Clinton's financial records. Oh that's right, it will be nothing. Just like Whitewater. If elected, she is certain to bring sleaze back to the White House. Those dark corners will be lonely no more.
We're getting a liberal in the White House. Whether RINO or actual Democrat; no other choices remain. It makes me want to hide in the sand for the next four years. But I can't do that. Instead I will load my gun, lock my doors, and pray that it's only four years.

1 comment:

CastoCreations said...

I'm going to vote for McCain (given it seems inevitable for him to be the GOP choice). I'll hold my nose while I do it but I much prefer him to either socialists. I'm getting tired of Rush bashing does not help the party and electing one of the others will be very very very bad for our country. He is the best option - given the choices we have.

I really like Rachel Lucas' take on things. Most military guys / gals posting over there are voting for him too. And that helps seal it for me. :)