Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Homicidal Days

Political night terrors have a way of screwing up a day. *twist-turn* The RINO is going to win. *turn-flop* It'll be okay, Romney was leading in the California polls. *sweating* Who am I kidding? You can't depend on California. *stretch-twist* Why are these idiots voting Huckabee? It's a 2 man race. He's only throwing the results. *turn* Damn, I've gotta pee.
And then to find out that it all came true. NNNNOOOOO!!!!! Shame on all of you people that didn't even bother to go to your local polling place. Shame on you people that voted for anyone that isn't actually in the running. A pox on all that didn't attempt to make an informed decision! And to the delegates in West Virginia--A plague on both your houses! (apologies to Shakespeare)
Yes, I know that it is still mathematically possible that the RINO is not going to be the nominee. It's a long shot, but if the voters in the remaining states get their heads out of their asses, there may still be a chance. So here's the simplified recap for those that still have a chance to cast their votes for the GOP.
Ron Paul--Mathematical impossibility. I don't care if you like him, even if he took all the remaining states he still would not have enough delegates for the nomination.
Mike Huckabee--Not running for President. He's running for Vice President. The only reason he is still in the race is to split the vote and throw the results
John McCain--RINO (Republican In Name Only). Backstabbing, underhanded tactics have put him in the lead
Mitt Romney--This is the lever you pull, the button you push, the line you fill in. He's the only Conservative left in the race.
I realize that the chances are now greatly improved that McCain will get the nomination. Grrr. I'm a long way from happy about that. I will bitch, and I will grumble. But by November I will have gotten over it. I will mutter my way into the voting booth and cast my vote for the RINO if that's the choice I have. Why? Because even though I don't like him, he's not a socialist (read Marxist or Communist).
Don't think I'm just following the party line here. The United States is currently suffering from an entitlement crisis. If the Dems win, they will make certain that those who have worked for what they have pay the bills of those who have not. Mark my words. The welfare rolls will bulge. Everyone who has made responsible decisions will be taxed to support those who have not. I know it sounds heartless, but I don't think I should be paying to feed the crack whore high school drop-out that sold her body to pay for her habit and now has a bunch of crack babies with health problems to care for. I'm not so naive to think that throwing money at these people will turn them into productive members of society.
At least McCain isn't going to strip our military (ala the first Clinton) so in four years we'll have a country left to rebuild.

2 comments:

David said...

Amen on your political thoughts here Jennifer! I came across your blog when researching the adoption of a couple of cats!

DB

Jennifer said...

Well that's an interesting way to have run across my blog. Thank you for you comment.
I do have 2 rescued cats actually. One I adopted through a rescue organization and the other is a former feral.