Friday, April 24, 2009

URBAN LEGEND: Handicapping the Presidency

*Originally Posted April 14, 2008*

Hillary Clinton

Her husband Bill was a so-so president and a pretty cool guy.He gets a lot of credit for the economic boom of the 1990s even though it was a result of the Republican led Congress.With that being said, his wife is more to the left than him.She advocates universal health care and the raising of taxes.I like how left-wing loons claim they are looking out for poor people when in fact it is their policies, tax spikes and the raising of the minimum wage, that causes economic problems for the lower class.She will definitely be better on terror than B. Hussein Obama, but otherwise she is a typical left-wing loon that has no business in the White House.

B. Hussein Obama
This guy is a joke.
I like how he cried and complained about Don Imus’ “nappy headed hos” comment, saying that he did not want his kids hearing those nasty words.I guess he prefers them to hear stuff like “God Damn America,” and that the United States created Aids in order to oppress black people while they sit in a pew at church.Black political leaders, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Rev. Wright, and oGAYma, want black people to be depressed.It gives them their livelihood.If blacks are successful, these idiots lose all of their political power.Beyond that, Obama is basically a socialist and every terrorist group in the world would jump for joy if he is elected president.He is pretty much a combination of Jimmy Carter and Jesse Jackson.I have no idea how he is so popular.His rise to fame is scary.Is he Muslim?That would explain a lot.We should not negotiate with terrorists, nor should we vote for them.

John McCain

White? Yes, Male? Yes, Old? Yes, War Veteran? Yes, Great Presidential Candidate? Not really.He certainly knows the magnitude of terrorism and Iraq.Conservatives disagree on his stanch on torture at Guantanamo Bay, but I cut McCain some slack because he himself has been tortured.McCain is quite moderate.He favors some form of amnesty for illegal immigrants and campaign finance reform, but he may be the best candidate in this election.

The goal of this election is to not elect Obama.I do not see a great president coming from this field of three.The poll numbers suggest that this will be another close election, and will come down to probably Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania again.It is hard for me to believe that Obama will do well there.If you are a Obama supporter, just look at his record, his past, and the people he spends time with, and ask yourself if you want this man being the leader of the free world.Thank you readers, until we meet again next week, and remember that the action is always the juice.

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