Thursday, October 23, 2008

Pot Calls Kettle Black

(but it's not a racial thing) In a terribly un-fascinating interview with NBC, Sarah Palin called Barack Obama naive and dangerous for America. Oh yeah.. McCain was there too. I find it curious that the Republican ticket clings to this notion that bad-mouthing Dems and fear mongering will carry them to the Oval Office (again) despite the fact they laid an incredibly vague and unappetizing platform. In 4 debates, I heard no satisfactory commentary from the GOP on the economy or healthcare. Drilling and energy? You betcha! That's why they lost all 4 debates. Now it's Palin's "experience" as top dog of a tiny town in the middle of frozen nowhere that should put her over the top as VP? It'd be a more convincing argument if she answered ANY fucking question directly without the rhetoric, name calling or winking. I am hoping to God that there are more of US than THEM that get heard over the next two weeks.


Randal Graves said...

In some bizarre, neo-Perot way, the fact that the economy is sucking nuts is helping Barack Hussein X because nothing trumps fear and dumbassery better than "I have no money and can't pay my fucking bills."

A shame that it takes a Great or Bush Depression to get the jokers constituting the electorate to wake up enough to take a leak.

puddy said...

" dangerous for a presidential candidate to just proclaim that they would be willing to sit down with a leader like Achmadinijad and just talk about the problems, the issues that are facing them..."

which of course begs the question, "fucking why is that so dangerous?" mccain and his monkey's xenophobia are the danger.