Wednesday, October 22, 2008

An Endorsement...

Barack Obama is my choice. And yes, I know that means that all those swing states (OH, NV, CO, FL, real Virginia) will all back my endorsement and this race will be over and we can all go on living happy lives. Anyway, here's why.

1) John McCain is a racist.
2) Sarah Palin is an idiot.
3) John McCain + Sarah Palin = Divided America.

I explain.

-Someone tell me how Sarah Palin can get away with saying that the small towns of America are the "real" or "Pro-America"? How can she say, "We believe that the best of America is in these small towns that we get to visit, and in these wonderful little pockets of what I call the real America, being here with all of you hard working very patriotic, um, very, um, pro-America areas of this great nation."

-How can Sarah Palin, herself, be Pro-America, when she calls a senator and Presidential candidate a terrorist?

-How can Sarah Palin, in the debate, tell Joe Biden to "say it ain't so, Joe, there you go looking into the past" and still bring up Bill Ayers?

-How can John McCain sit there and say he, the maverick, is going to run a clean campaign, only to "energize" his base so much that he created a monster that doesn't even listen to him when he tries to defend Obama. Seriously. When that woman says, "I can't trust Obama, he's an Arab", and when McCain tries to defend Obama and gets Booed...just look at his face, it has "oh s*it, what have I started" all over his face.

-And, another thing I don't understand. Of Wal-Mart shoppers, McCain is supported over Obama 58 to 33 percent. I'm assuming that Wal-Mart shoppers are of a lower income (less than $250,000) and would receive a proposed tax-cut under Obama. So why are people cheering when McCain points out that its a redistribution of wealth? If Joe the CEO is making seven figures and has a personal shopper, and Joe the Janitor is making minimum wage and shopping at Wal-Mart, then we should help Joe the Janitor, not giving more money to Joe the CEO...

-I'd also like to point out that the Director of the SF Int'l Asian American Film Festival has more foreign policy experience than Sarah Palin. Does that make him qualified to be VP?

-Yes on V, No on 8, No on Eric Mar, No on Mark Sanchez.

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