Thursday, October 2, 2008

Tonights Debate: Predictions and Other News

- Palin will say the word "well" at least 4 times.
- She will use the word "reform" over 20 times.
- She will make very little sense and smile a lot.
- She will tilt her head wearing a cocky face towards Biden and say "Joe" at least twice.
- She will not know how to reasonably answer at least 40% of the questions.
I think it is sad that we have such low expectations from somebody that would have a 1/3 chance of becoming president if she served under a younger and healthier person. The truth is, McCain will come in with a much lower score on the actuarial life tables than any other president in the modern era.
- In other news, the McTooshie campaign is pulling out of Michigan. Good sign for Obama. If he can have Michigan put away this early he can really press McSoftBallCheek in more red states. If the pathological liar from Arizona pulls out of Wisconsion, then I think its all but over. Keep an eye on the Packer State (yes, fuck the Badgers. We don't need no...)
- Passing thought: Will the McCrust camp aledge that poll workers that ask Palin for her name and address are asking "gotcha" politics on election day?


alzaido alzaido said...

Palin's strategists have come up with a new plan for tonight's debate. She is going after Biden. She plans to attack him by throwing his own words back at him, highlighting his past foreign-policy positions as a way to undermine his core strength, and highlighting places where Biden and Barack Obama have differed, including primary-season statements about Obama’s readiness to lead and his positions on Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan.

On another note, I predict she will say "Ya know" 16 times.

Kup said...

I will take the over on that 16.

alzaido alzaido said...

Yeah Sal, I suppose 16 would be average for one of her babbling rants that proceeds a question.

themom said...

No doubt in my mind you are spot on in your estimates...she may surprise us and use even MORE of the same ramblings and "aw shucks" comments.