Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Frankly, things are happening so fast in this campaign that I can hardly keep up. It seems like every time I turn on the TV something new has happened, some great breakthrough is occurring, or someone has put their whole limb in their mouth and I just HAVE to comment!
So here is a large post detailing a few things that have happened in the last few days:

Does Cindy McCain have amnesia? She thinks Barack Obama telling the truth about a real event is worse than the hack job George Bush did on her husband, nay her family in 2000?
I think we've got a short circuit in the FemBot!

McCain's campaign ads are now 100% negative and attack Obama, filled with lies and distortions, and are now responsible for inciting mob riot mentality at his rallies. What happened to this guy?

Sarah Palin has now been found guilty of "acting unlawfully" in the Troopergate scandal. Surprise. A rundown of all counts can be found here. *This just in* since I started writing this post, Sarah Palin herself has commented on the findings of the Troopergate investigation: "pleased to be cleared of any legal wrongdoing ... any hint of any kind of unethical activity there." She denounced the investigation, calling it "a partisan circus." My dear the only circus here is the one in between your ears.
So now that she has been found to be a big pants on fire liar, will her credibility as she spews hate rhetoric at rallies be in question? Most likely not. Wing-nuts cleave to wing-nuts and always have an excuse for a "biased" inquiry.

We all saw in the debates last week that McCain wasn't able to find a set of balls prior to 9pm so he could effectively attack and tie Barack to the Bill Ayers bullshit his campaign had been sprinkling about. No, instead he played it safe and relied on Sarah Palin and his robotic wife Cindy to keep spreading the lies, insinuations and references. Nice and chivalrous, John. Let the ladies go out and continue the smears. So now it's a new week and time for this week's incarnation of John McCain. Last week he was a maverick, this week he is an underdog. OK. Apparently, he has us "right where we want them" which I can only read as "I don't really want to be President bad enough to be saddled with this dingbat Palin for 4 years, my war injuries are hurting from all the campaigning and spastic waving, the nation is in the crapper, and I can't seem to shake this guy."

1 comment:

Bren said...

I just giggle every single time I see that awkward hug!