February 23, 2010


We interrupt my boring posts about not having a baby yet to bring you this...

OK, Republicans, take a deep breath. Or at least I need to take a deep breath, before I slap you senseless.

Scott Brown? Really? Really?

Hey, Obama sucks because he wasn't vetted and he'd only been in government for five minutes. He just won because he was charismatic and had some good slogans during the campaign. Hey, I know, let's do the exact same thing on our side! Let's get behind the flavor of the month!

I don't even think it's possible to type the amount of sarcasm I want this post to be dripping with.

Maybe Scott Brown would make a fine president someday, I don't know. But not now. Are you people insane? Does the entire electorate just get distracted by something shiny and lose their everlovin' minds?

I can't help but feel lately that we're all as dumb as the people of Springfield. We're all set to spend our money wisely to fix potholes when the flashy monorail salesman promises us hope and change.

And then we just follow like lemmings right off the cliff.

Well, except we don't even have the fix-the-potholes plan.  42% of us have no idea who we'll support next.  It's a pretty barren field.

But not Scott Brown, for heaven's sake.  Just let's kill that idea right this instant.

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I'm part of the 14% on this poll.  What is this world coming to--a Playboy centerfold as our president?  I guess they think he's cute!  Everyone thought Obama was, and look at what we got!  Ugh!


Posted by: Nancy at February 23, 2010 09:59 AM (gWUle)

2 I'm actually relieved the Brown figure is only 4%. I would have guessed that it was higher. Nonetheless, I'm glad you and your mother are speaking out against the Scott Brown craze. As somebody asked, how many Scott Brown supporters knew anything about the guy? At least Romney, Palin, and McCain are known quantities.

Right now, I support no one on that list. And I still think the wrong Sarah is running for president.

Posted by: Amritas at February 23, 2010 11:52 AM (+nV09)

3 Was this poll taken before that jobs vote? And before Romney endorsed McCain? I think Romney is a little too slick. I have no idea who I really  trust as president, I'm still waiting for the man on the white horse.

Posted by: Ruth H at February 23, 2010 01:24 PM (KLwh4)

4 Totally a barren field.  I'm frustrated about that beyond belief. 

And I'm with AWTM - every time I see Scott Brown on tv the J.  Geils Band starts rotating through my head.

Posted by: airforcewife at February 23, 2010 01:39 PM (uE3SA)

5 I just read earlier that Romney endorsed McCain.  What's with that?  Honestly, there are no really good candidates in the poll, but I hate to get someone else again who nobody knows.  Scarey!

Posted by: Nancy at February 23, 2010 05:09 PM (gWUle)

6 They better find someone who is not polling more than 1% on that list.  Otherwise we are guaranteed four more years of His Highness.  PIMM.

Posted by: wifeunit at February 24, 2010 12:05 PM (4B1kO)

7 Nancy,

Palin and pro-Porkulus II Scott Brown campaigned for McCain. So one could consider the top four to be one bloc. Or five, given that Huckabee endorsed McCain in 2008.

Do Republican leaders want a McParty?

Is the elephant obsolete? Soon Meghan McCain will declare its new symbol to be the rhino. Her kind of animal. A meek creature with a plastic horn. No real threat to the Democrats. Token opposition.

Posted by: Amritas at February 24, 2010 02:56 PM (+nV09)

8 Why so little love for Bobby Jindal?

Posted by: gina at February 25, 2010 06:31 AM (bXk9H)

9 Gina,

Why should Republicans love Bobby Jindal? Not saying he's a bad guy, but what advantages does he have over the others?

Posted by: Amritas at February 25, 2010 11:33 AM (+nV09)

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