In a struggle to be happy and free

Drystone Wall

What to do

I have never in my life been so ready for an election season to be over and done with. I can hardly wait for the Messiah to be sworn in so unicorns will start farting rainbows on the front lawn of my gold house and I can run them over with my rocket car on the way to my governmentally-guaranteed middle class job.

View From the porch

If I were from the United States, my head would be exploding over how to vote. Obama gives me serious heebie-jeebies and McCain doesn’t do anything for me. I’d probably hold my nose and vote McCain, but I wouldn’t he happy about it. It’s a shame that even those politicians who call themselves conservatives, aren’t.

If Obama does take the race, I think it’s going to be a bad time for the United States.

I do not buy what the polls are saying. If Obama does win, it’s not going to be the cakewalk the media and their army of pollsters would have us believe. Interesting times…


The day the Earth sucked




  1. sethra

    You just summed up how I feel about the election, as well. I don’t like either one, but I’ll choose McCain over Obama. At least with McCain, you know he’ll maintain status quo. Obama.…good lord. What a mess he’s gonna cause. Anyway, I promised myself to leave political ramblings alone for the weekend and I’ve already broken it twice. 🙂 I’ll quit while I’m behind.

  2. Shawn

    Why would you vote for status Quo? What you have now isn’t working, why would you want it to continue?

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