Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Politics - - Here We Go

Okay, I’m going to do something I don’t normally do.

I’m going to express some political opinions about the candidates.

Seriously. Just quick-n-dirty.

Clinton: She has the most experience and it would be soooo comforting to have The Clintons back in the White House where they belong.

Obama: Elegant. Articulate. Charismatic. I can’t imagine him doing anything scandalous or effing anything up.

Edwards: I really admire someone who’s come from poverty and who has also experienced affliction like he has. (the death of his 16 year-old son in an auto accident). I think he’d make a fine vice president. My bet? He probably will.

Richardson: An even better vice president.

Romney: Absolutely revolting. ‘Nuf said.

McCain: Not revolting. But, sadly, we already live in a militarized nation and a military man is the last thing we need in the White House.

Huckabee: Are you kidding me? This guy is a Southern Baptist minister who barely attended divinity school. He’s not even qualified to be in a pulpit, much less a public office.

Guiliani: I’ve seen New York City before and after his reign. I admire anyone who can do what he did for New York.

But who am I to give political observations?

If I had my choice, our next president would be a socialist vegan whose political platform included universal food subsidies to Whole Foods Market.

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5 Comments:

At 2:22 PM , Blogger Kimberly Ann said...

Intesting. You've given me a different perspective on Guiliani.

 
At 2:22 PM , Blogger Kimberly Ann said...

Make that *interesting. Where is my coffee..

 
At 2:50 PM , Anonymous Bro said...

What about Ron Paul!?

I know. There is no need to comment if there is no potential to win. I think he should wait until the primaries are over and announce his bid as an independent. He seems to be saving all his campain money for something...so, you never know.

 
At 2:52 PM , Blogger jp said...

As much as I want back my days of Clinton White House, I'm starting to get a bad feeling about the Hil.

 
At 3:21 PM , Blogger Lorraine said...

Ditto what JP said. Actually, I've had bad feelings for a while. Too divisive. And Edwards has said he won't take the number 2 seat. Been there, done that.

New Hampshire is going to be interesting.

And I like Guliani, too, but he'll never get elected because the GOP don't like him.

 

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