Monday, September 15, 2008

if McCain is elected and-God forbid- dies of one of many possible health complications

I know blogs are a cliched place to vent about politics but I can't focus on my reading right now for class tomorrow. I have to get this out.

I am just adjusting to the idea of perhaps living in the US for a while after graduation. I don't know if I can if McCain and Palin get elected. No, I won't move to Canada, but I may have to move somewhere. I'm not saying that Obama will save America or the world or that he is Jesus or even Mother Theresa. But kids, pay attention to the news.

Palin has only had her passport since 2006. Yes, that means the first time she even left the country was two years ago.

And this woman will the president of the most powerful and influential nation in the world if McCain is elected and -God forbid- dies of one of many possible health complictions? She will be the commander-in-chief of the army of a country that has proportionally ten times the military spending of any other country? Really?

In the words of willmill, oh my chitty chitty bang bang.

Bringing up the possibility of death is not intended as agism against McCain. Trust me, if these two are elected I will be praying daily for the man's health. I just feel we need to think rationally about this.

You are killing me, American public. You're killing me.


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Alex said...

any time you quote willmill, you know it's a good post.

Vickie/ said...

So how do you think Obama is doing? He has traveled around the world to bow to world leaders and trash America, signed executive orders for America to pay for abortions around the world, can't make a decision on Afghanistan, he's pushing a health care take over that will bankrupt America and your generation will pay for that mess, he fails to stand up to the Chinese leaders and demand a question and answer press conference or to stand up for free speech in that country, and the list goes on and on. So please tell me that Obama is better than McCain/Palin.

I would love to hear from you.