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Random babbling about politics

Or why I’m buying a bottle of Scotch tonight

Our next president will be either Obama, Hillary, Romney or McCain. Three democrats and one maverick, and by maverick I mean self-serving prick. God help us all. The least offensive is McCain and he’s an authoritarian megalomaniac. I cannot completely rule out Huckabee, I suppose, since a lot of red states vote on Super Tuesday. Huckabee’s another big government ninny who happens to be a member of the God Squad.

9iu11ani put his eggs in the one basket. As we speak, he’s probably beating his advisers like they owe him money. Was yesterday Goodbye Rudy Tuesday? Tonight, he and Edwards will be sitting at a bar together pounding shooters.

The /20~ p@\/1 supporters constantly call the local talk radio. Today, at least two called to tell the host that /20~ p@\/1 beat 9iu11ani in Florida. The host would tell them factually that no he did not. And they’d argue with him. They’d also call and question McCain’s military service. And, well, that’s stupid. I would say they were trying to Swiftboat him but the only retractions that came from the Swiftboat story came from John Kerry.

One caller alleged that there must be mass voter fraud going on. It’s a conspiracy! You see, according to every poll he’d seen on Al Gore’s internets, /20~ p@\/1 consistently was winning yet he couldn’t win primaries. Listen up, sparky, just because /20~ p@\/1 constantly comes in first on HotMILF’s Myspace poll edging out James T. Kirk and Gandolf with Kucinich placing a respectable fourth, it doesn’t mean your average Joe is voting for him. Deal with it.

All politics is local. So, locally, here’s some stuff I’ve observed. The only presidential signs I’d seen around here were for /20~ p@\/1. Until today. I saw a Mitt Romney sign. Mitt Romney: 2008’s John Kerry. Was he a conservative then or is he a conservative now? Was he for conservatism before he was against it? A liberal from Massachusetts who thinks your average voter really buys that he’s suddenly all conservative and stuff. Well, apparently, 30% of your average voters are stupid enough to buy that. Rumor is that the Good Ol’ Boy establishment here in East Tennessee is getting on the Romney train.

They say Huckabee is ahead in Tennessee. Oy.

19 Responses to “Random babbling about politics”

  1. Sebastian-PGP Says:

    I would say they were trying to Swiftboat him but the only retractions that came from the Swiftboat story came from John Kerry.

    Errr…no.

    I’m hardly one to defend Mr. “Is This How You Hold A Shotgun?”, but the upshot of the whole thing is that these sorts of attacks on McCain aren’t going to gain the kind of traction that they used to. The whole sordid cheapshotting affair really did turn a lot of people off, I think…and McCain’s not nearly the waffleheaded boobwimp that JK was about that sort of thing.

  2. Sebastian Says:

    Rumor is that the Good Olí Boy establishment here in East Tennessee is getting on the Romney train.

    The good old boys like Mitt the Shit for some reason. I don’t quite get why the money Republicans think he’s going to be good for them. I’m guessing they are worried McCain will be a bull that won’t be ridden. That could be a problem for gun owners too.

  3. HardCorps Says:

    That’s right – because Mccain is the democrats lap dog. Remember immigration? Campaign fin..Abridgement of first amendment rights? Gun control? Mccain is a lib through and through. I better not hear the same old bullshit in november about voting for the lesser evil – you’re still voting for evil.

  4. Sebastian-PGP Says:

    It’s all a problem for gun owners at this point and makes your local elections where you need to be spending time, money, and effort if you ask me.

  5. chris Says:

    I don’t know who had worse advisors – Fred (with his wife, who kept firing the pros) or Rudy.

  6. Tam Says:

    McCain, Romney, or possibly Huckabee?

    I would literally gargle crushed glass before voting for any one of those stooges. Can we get Shemp to run?

  7. Cactus Jack Says:

    Tam Says:

    January 30th, 2008 at 12:11 pm
    McCain, Romney, or possibly Huckabee?

    That’s like trying to decide which of your nuts you wanna have cut off. No matter what choice you make it’s gonna hurt.

  8. # 9 Says:

    I am torn. Really torn. I know I will need one of these:

    http://store.sicksaver.com/index.html

    McCain, Romney, Obama, or the end times.

    I have friends who like Mitt. McCain might be able to win. Obama is preferable over the end times.

    I see the economy as a push with the three in consideration. So in the end it is who you trust to defend the country. Both internally and externally.

    A little help? I haven’t pulled the lever yet.

  9. tgirsch Says:

    Oh, come on, now. McCain is no rank-and-file Republican, but it’s utter lunacy to describe him as a “liberal through and through.” He’s a conservative Republican who happens to break ranks on a couple of high-profile issues. But do you really think a McCain presidency would be no less liberal than an Obama presidency?

    I’m beginning to think that single-issue voting makes people more susceptible to teh st00pid.

  10. SayUncle Says:

    I didn’t call him liberal through and through. I called him an authoritarian prick. I call as my first witness McCain-Feingold and for the second witness getting congress to regulate ‘roids in baseball. And airline bailouts. And every other expansion he’s championed.

    He’s actually OK on guns. And his only issue, iirc, was he pushed closing the non-existent gun show loophole. Then recanted.

  11. # 9 Says:

    I call as my first witness McCain-Feingold

    Hence my hesitation.

  12. Dan Says:

    I cannot side with McCain. He seems like the vengeful type. Probably make all them conservatives and gun nuts pay for not kissing his ass by teaming up with the Democrats again, like with Feingold and Kennedy. I only give Mitts the benefit of the doubt because he hasn’t screwed up royally like McCain has on the national scene.

  13. jay Says:

    So in the end it is who you trust to defend the country. Both internally and externally.

    A little help? I havenít pulled the lever yet.

    For that I only see one choice. McCain.
    Sad isn’t it?

  14. # 9 Says:

    For that I only see one choice. McCain.
    Sad isnít it?

    It is. I won’t early vote. It is too important. Currently McCain 51/49 over Romney in my book.

  15. straightarrow Says:

    I will address the only issue of consequence in this post.

    Or why Iím buying a bottle of Scotch tonight

    Because you have very poor taste in booze. ūüôā

  16. Cactus Jack Says:

    “I only give Mitts the benefit of the doubt because he hasnít screwed up royally like McCain has on the national scene.”

    I, personally, would’nt want to give him the chance.

  17. tgirsch Says:

    Uncle:
    I didnít call him liberal through and through.

    No, you didn’t. HardCorps did, up here.

  18. Fred M Says:

    One caller alleged that there must be mass voter fraud going on. Itís a conspiracy! You see, according to every poll heíd seen on Al Goreís internets, /20~ p@\/1 consistently was winning yet he couldnít win primaries. Listen up, sparky, just because /20~ p@\/1 constantly comes in first on HotMILFís Myspace poll edging out James T. Kirk and Gandolf with Kucinich placing a respectable fourth, it doesnít mean your average Joe is voting for him. Deal with it.

    Oh Man, that had me rolling in laughter. I’ve had so many run-ins with the Ron Paul fanatics these past few months. They truly are insufferable little pricks.

  19. Ian Argent Says:

    For the “broken-glass” types, I have 6 words for you:

    “Supreme Court Justice William Jefferson Clinton.”

    Low probability, you say? All it takes is up to 51 skeletons in closets… And one robot in the Office.

    It won’t be the end of the Republic by itself; but that’s a one-way ratchet if it happens.