Wednesday, October 08, 2008


So the V.P candidate winks and goofs around and thinks "Foreign Policy" is the name of the plan to deport immigrants.*

But she ain't at the top of the ticket.

No. The man at the top of the ticket refers to a United States Senator, a United States Senator who just happens to be running for President of the United States (and is whoopin' his ass), as "That Guy."

Referring to him as "that guy" while he disdainfully points over his shoulder.

(And, if you haven't noticed, "that guy" is {whispering} Black. Makes it even more weird, huh?)

I have a plan to create jobs, save the economy, and preserve the nation on Election Day: begin today building temporary prisons in which we will hold everyone who remains "undecided" or supports McCain. We round them up the morning of November 4, and then they can go free once the polls close. We'll feed them, let them watch TV. They can even have conjugal visits (and birth control!).

What the hell. Let's give them Obama & Osama dartboards to keep them entertained. Anything they want.

But they can't vote.
* Not true. As far as I'm aware.

But it wouldn't surprise you, would it?

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Blogger Smitty said...

Yeah, refering to Obama as "that one right there" plays right into the contentions made from the last debate about McCain being dismissive of his opponents.

I did joke with my wife about that comment: that one? Which one? That person. Those people??? Racist...

Moreso than racist, I think it was dismissive, and he may have recovered from saying, instead of "that one," "that rotten son of a bitch who's going to take my precious little present!"

So now you have the top of the ticket grumpily dismissing his opponent and the veep candidate inciting near race-riots in her stump speeches. If that's who some of these "undecided" voters want to align themselves with, then they can have 'em. I don't want 'em.

A theory: the undecided voters are not undecided at all. They're Obama voters too shy to say it in public because they are afraid their friends, who are also secretly Obama supporters, will make fun of them a la Rovian politics.

Or at least that's what I tell myself so I don't die of a heart attack before November 4.

10:37 AM  
Blogger George said...

Mike, they wouldn't want the birth control, though--gets in the way of god's plan and all. So those prisons would get mighty crowded.

12:20 PM  
Blogger Ed in Westchester said...

I liked "his cronies".

Should we talk about McCain's cronies, aka The Keating 5?

No, see, that was in the past, and John was only peripherally involved.

Obama's past is fair game. But not McCain's.

9:45 AM  
Blogger DED said...

A McCain supporter wrote in to my local paper that Obama was "disrespectful" of McCain in the 1st debate because he addressed him as "John" instead of "Senator."

And I live in a blue state.

10:36 PM  

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