Sunday, November 2, 2008

Ohio Schoolchildren Earn Voting Rights?

The meltdown continues, folks. I'm actually starting to feel bad for John McCain, just a tiny bit. A recent rally in Ohio was expecting to draw in around 6000 McCain supporters in all their fervor and excitement. The local fire department was on alert in case something needed to be done, not to mention extra police presence to control the excited crowd. Even Joe the Plumber was going to be there next to his white knight John 'I'll save you Joe' McCain!


Next is an excerpt from the press describing what happened next.

A local school district official confirmed after the event that of the 6,000 people estimated by the fire marshal to be in attendance this morning, more than 4,000 were bused in from schools in the area. The entire 2,500-student Defiance School District was in attendance, the official said, in addition to at least three other schools from neighboring districts, one of which sent 14 buses. (This data can be verified).

To make matters worse for John, when he called upon Joe the Plumber to stand next to him on stage, Joe was a No-Show! Maybe someones toilet got plugged up. Still have to go to work whether it's John or Barack in charge!

How many times do people have to be told, including political advisers, that the American people Do Not Want a Negative and Dirty Campaign! How many times? Hello! Less than a week before the election and what do the McCain people do? They ramp up the negativity. I just watched a commercial for the RNC that showed a 9/11 terrorist on a drivers license where they say Obama will give them one. What rubbish! Do they think we are stupid? The American voters know how to take care of people that call them stupid, unless they really are! I happen to know one or two of them myself. The RNC is so single-minded that they are giving this election to Obama on a silver platter and the John McCain from 2000 is off somewhere fishing while the 2008 version is on Saturday Night Live. To each his own, my friends.

The only advice I can offer to the McCain-Palin campaign staff at RNC Headquarters is DON'T DRINK THE KOOL-AID!

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