McCain Is A Douchebag

What is with McCain and his McCronies and this "Obama is a celebrity!" campaign? I don't like McCain or Obama, but one thing that Obama has going for him is that he doesn't come off as a grumpy old man that stares out his window waiting to yell at kids that step on his lawn.

John McCain is a Douchebag

John McCain is a Douchebag

Obama is a celebrity!? He's running for the office of PRESIDENT of the United States of America, he'd damn well better be a "celebrity" by now. At least he's not making arrogant (and incorrect) claims like McCain is about being the "original Maverick". No, Obama's celebrityism (it's a word – promise) comes from him being likable and appealing to the public. Is the McCrony stance on this that Obama wouldn't make a good president because the world likes him more than McCain? Does Alzheimer's affect reasoning too?

Anyway – Ron Paul for President! Wooooh!

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Ron Paul Wins!

It's not the presidential election, but with over 70% of the votes, Ron Paul maintains his congressional seat for another term.

Apparently the 14th District of Texas appreciates his representation.

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I Got A Sticker!

I think more people would turn out to vote if the commercials/ads/announcements mentioned that you get a little sticker when you're done. It sounds stupid, but then again – people are stupid.

Anyway, that's one more vote for my boy, Ron Paul.

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Good Riddance!

Earlier John Edwards announced that he was no longer running for the 2008 presidency. The title of this post has nothing to do with him. I think he's a great person, and he's working hard to make a difference.. but I really couldn't see him as the next president.

Much more exciting than Edward's announcement was the news that scrolled along the ticker at the bottom of the T.V. – Giuliani is expected to admit his defeat and make his resignation speech later today! That little bit of text made me smile almost as much as pita bread combined with incredible garlic hummus.

Ron Paul 2008 😉

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