Thursday, October 09, 2008

I Just Have To Say Something....


The McCain campaign goes super negative with 'personality issues' and 'palling around with terrorists issues'. Seems McCain still has not figured out that people are sick of NOT hearing about the issues.

Personally John McCain just irritates the shit out of a scratchy wool blanket wrapped around your butt after getting out of a shower irritating the shit out of me...irritating the ... sorry, already said that ...

Yes John McCain spent Xyears in the Hanoi Hilton, but so did other people. I am personally sick of his whining about HIS suffering and HIS experiences and HIS blah and blah and more blah blah military blah and blah. Sorry JM, putting in your time as a POW does not mean you need to be president. As a matter of fact...the way you flip flop on shit makes a bitch wonder if there is not some serious lasting damage to your brain. A lot of good men suffered through their POW years, you were not alone. A lot of good men still suffer from those years. You cheapen history with your whining, self aggrandizing temperment. Regarding is your first wife doing? Remember her....the one in who was in a wheelchair when you got home? The one who still thinks you are a good guy? Traded in for 12 houses and a bunch of cars and a lifelong supply of liquid refreshment.

At some point McCain needs to define what defines him, so far it's the past and not the future. We need a president that is looking forward, not continually reaching back to feed himself with his personal pain.

I can't mention the republican vp nominee without getting seriously I will not.


...and WTF did we expect with naked short selling, default credit swaps, 42 - 1 leveraging, homebuilders, mortgage companies, brokers and all the other players feeding off the carelessly tossed out to the masses deregulation? Deregulation assumes people know how to we see that they do not. The right wing fundie wackos blame the Community Reinvestment Act. Hmmm let's see... blame legislation and not the people involved. If the CRA had been printed, mailed out and file 13'd, could we blame it then? PEOPLE are the problem not legislation. Again, people do not know how to act. It's amazing to me that do-wrong people who make money are touted as heroes by the 'establishment' and then when the bottom falls out and all the money is gone the 'establishment' turns on their 'heroes' and promptly serves them up as the next course to the american taxpayer who then has to pay all the bills as well.

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