November 09, 2008
I deceided (against my better judgment) to watch the 60 Minutes interview of the Obma brain trust. I should have listened to myself and not watched it. It was a group of people who really belived that they won the election because they had an awesome candidate. He was just a great man wanting to do good for the country.more...
November 03, 2008
I work as a network administator for a school district. My office is at the high school. Today, as I was leaving the parking lot to go handle a problem at another site, I saw the car of one of the seniors. In the back window was a handwritten sign on a piece of notebook paper. it read, "McCain '08."
There may be hope for the future.
November 02, 2008
As I was watching football today, it occurred to me that Obama's redistributionist ideas should be implemented in the NFL. If a team is playing really well, they should be forced to give up some of their players to a team not doing so well. That would make it fair, right? This could even happen during a game. Your running back is playing really well? In the second half, he has to switch over to your opponent and play well for them.
I know this doesn't sound right. Who cares about right and wrong when we talk about fairness?
November 01, 2008
Barack Obama doesn't understand much about the average guy. During halftime of the Florida-Georgia game, he ran a long campaign commercial. (Of course, I didn't actually hear the commercial. I was listening to one game on the radio and watching another on TV.) Apparently, he doesn't know that guys don't watch halftime. They flip around looking for some other game going on. It doesn't matter if the guy likes the teams involved or not. He just wants to see football.
Also, the Obamessiah doesn't understand that guys don't want to deal with politics during a football game. All they care about is HOW THE HELL CAN THEY KEEP RUNNING THE BALL WHEN IT ISN'T WORKING!
That's why I have always been a supporter of President Bush. You just know that, if the red phone was to ring, he would answer it and say, "Listen, I'm puuting you on hold for a minute. Oregon State is on the 1 yardline and I want to see if Stanford can hold them."
October 31, 2008
Notes on the election:
1. Our daughter voted for the first time this year. Despite the fact that she is studying a field that is full of raging Leftys, she pulled the lever for McCain/Palin. I've never talked politics in front of her, so I am extremely proud that she was able to come to her own conclusions about the Messiah.
2. This morning, our local NBC affiliate ran a piece from the Big Boys. It was a piece on early voting trends. Naturally, the slant was that Obama was winning big. First, they interviewed a 105-year-old black woman. Amazingly, she voted for The One. That alone is enough to prove Obama's upcoming victory. However, the reporter felt that she needed to kick it up a notch. She ended the piece by noting that Obama is leading by 20 points among early voters. Resistance is futile.
3. Our son is a reporter at a TV station in Gainesville, Florida. He called the other night to tell us that he got to conduct a one-on-one, sit-down interview with Obama (sadly, he will probably vote for the pinhead.) This is quite a coup because he is still young at new at the reporting game. Most of his experience has been as the producer of the evening news at the stations where he was worked. His sister was more impressed with the fact that he got to interview Kal Penn of Harold and Kumar fame. Did I tell you how proud I am of her?
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