Life As I See It

Is It Nov. 5th Yet

…cause that’s when I take Fluffy to the Vet.

If I hear “Joe the plumber” one more time I’m going to reach into my t.v. and strangle the son of a bitch saying it. 

If I glance at it and see that overbearing, smacked ass, squirrelly eye, looking at me or listen to the other say, “That’s just not true.”  “I didn’t say that.”  “That’s just not true,” nodding his head in disarray, one more time, I will just…just hit someone.

One lies and the other swears by it.

Politics suck.  And I really hate them.

See, the thing that bothers me most about politics is someone clearly being Democrat or Republican and not seeing outside the box.  It doesn’t matter if one party poses an asinine political view, their supporters will agree wholeheartedly, even if it means mass destruction.  I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who honestly sees the good in both parties.

I’m also sick of hearing how this election is racial.  How people won’t vote for Barack Obama because the color of his skin.  Well, what about the people of the same race voting for him because the color of his skin.  That’s just as bad, isn’t it? 

Peace out.   We’re gonna need it.


9 responses

  1. I’m voting for the candidate with the bluest balls. That’s all I know.

    October 26, 2008 at 10:16 pm

  2. Do either one have any?

    October 27, 2008 at 2:24 pm

  3. Yes, McCain came inches from loosing his life and it if it hadnt been for those massive huevos he would be dead.
    If our democratic candidate were a little more centered I wouldnt be so upset. I could live with a moderate dem in office.
    The problem is that no one knows enough about Obama and are making decisions based on all the wrong things.
    Portraying any kind of taxation that basically goes to support any kind of infrastructer or stepping stone for those met with hardship as marxist is assinine.
    Obamas vision will do nothing more than guarantee a higer income for those that work less.
    Are we socialistic to a certain extent ?
    Of course we are.
    But do we need to venture into socialism so deep like Obama suggests that it will be the foundation of our economy ?
    Our markets will never recover if the taxation Obama suggests take place ever happen.
    Would you want to invest yourself to a profit margin, into an income bracket that consistantly brings you back to the same level you were previously at ?
    Any schmuck at some point will ask himself “whats the point in trying?”
    Also,I notice that Obama hasnt mentioned much about environmentalism lately.
    If any movement has the capabilty of attaching itself to private property and bringing in revenues to be redistributed that would be it.
    Limiations on energy use would be set with fines and penalties for going over the mandated usage or simply not insulating your walls, driving the right car etc…
    Everyone forgot about it and is dwelling on how profits and labor will be taxed.
    As soon as he is elected, all the alternative energy research projects will be launched and used as a vessel to tax us more in the name of research for a better day. There are no funds to do any of what he promises so naturally we will have to cough it up.
    Creating “green jobs” is just a red herring that does not address the fact that environmentalism will displace just as many jobs as global warming initiatives will bring in. Most of the techs that would fill these positions are already in place as it is.

    And we have also taken our eye off of that big ball in the sky, national security.
    All Obama wants is fine and dandy but is not worth a flying fuck if we get our asses blown out from under us.

    October 27, 2008 at 4:09 pm

  4. Whoa !
    Like a green wet fart, that cleared the room for a couple a days

    October 28, 2008 at 8:30 pm

  5. Well you know me mick, it’ll take that long just to understand what you wrote.

    October 28, 2008 at 9:34 pm

  6. Sorry, I know my shit and Bambi scares the fuck outta me

    October 28, 2008 at 10:13 pm

  7. Matt Lesoine

    I may consider cutting out the middle man and cruising by here too…

    October 31, 2008 at 8:45 pm

  8. Well, Matt, you’re always welcome here anytime. The more the merrier.

    October 31, 2008 at 9:29 pm

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