Subject: feeding the beast
McCain's refusal to participate
in any sort of campaigning until a financial decision is reached in America,
combined with his creepy grinning at the unprecedented meeting today has
to be the biggest blunder ever made by a presidential candidate to date.
It can only mean one of two
things and they are both totally unacceptable for the potential leader
of the free world. The first is that he simply can't handle all the stress...already!
The second is that he is so
totally focused on pushing this financial deal through as is, that he is
blinded by it because he may be getting a huge kickback if it goes through
without a glitch? Take your pick of either one of these scenarios, they
are both a disaster for the American people.
As time goes by, one day at
a time, McCain and Palin seem to both be incapable of hiding their true
colors, and it's actually an embarrassment to our country that either
one of these goofballs somehow made it to such a high position in government.
In a very strange way this
disaster may be a blessing in disguise because at the very least, it finally
has brought a huge increase in unity to bipartisan America. When both parties
balk at the ridiculousness of these proposals, there is no way we can miss
that it totally stinks, and some unknown entity is trying to play
their "Endgame" at our expense, as usual.
Some sort of "fix" will have
to be crafted, but maybe the longer it takes, the better. I personally
hope that it takes until Nov 4th. Then there will only be one participating
candidate to vote for. If Bush is saying, "Hurry, hurry", then it can only
be to our advantage if we slow down.
Disappointed that you can't
hear McCain's debating? I sort of am too. It couldn't possibly be any more
amusing though than the memorable debate of 1992 when Admiral James Stockdale,
Ross Perot's running mate, turned off his hearing aid before the start
of the questions about the economy.
Hearing loss, and shut eyelids
soon turned out to be a short nap while standing up which he actually had
to be awakened from, to which he responded that he didn't know anything
about the economy so he decided to take a short nap through that part of
the debate. Of all the debates since the beginning that had to be the most
memorable moment of all and I think McCain is terrified about repeating
it, or maybe bursting out into a tirade which he almost did today.
Ronald Reagan, at his most
senile wasn't nearly as much of a threat to our national interests as this
man is already.
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