Thanks for the Rx. We needed that.
But what if the Demoncrats panic and decide to run a candidate other than Obama? How will you decide then? More to the point, just how much will you worry now about that possible scenario?
(I know. Might just as well worry about being invaded by space aliens.)
More and more I find myself worrying less and less.
You think you won't have anything to worry about until election day. I am willing to bet what little I have that the demonatrix ruling class and their willing tools have plenty of wreckage to wreak on us. Don't get too comfy with your piña colada. Keep your gun handy. You might need it.
Did I say Mr. Mossberg was not relaxing with me in the hammock? I did not.
Now repeat the Intapundit's oath with me: "I will vote for a syphilitic camel, if it will get Hussein out of the White House."
Exactly the right attitude to take. The current breathless who's-up-who's-down business is nothing more than "The Guiding Light" or "As the World Turns" for political junkies. As my Dad used to say to my Mom, "Would you like me to tell you what happens now, or are you going to watch and see for yourself that nothing happens?"
As a kid, I never understood that. I'm beginning to get a sense of it, now.
Damn, Gerard, you are sounding like a Calvinist.
Last week I stood proud on the hilltop proclaiming I'd not vote for a lesser evil.
But Bone stupid I am not. I will vote, if only to vote against Obama.
I know I will be more sad than I ever have been before, standing there at the little blue voting table, looking down at my choices.
An excellent stance. Of course the media will not care for it. They mint a lot of coin off the "race." That's why there's so much spin.
I will be following it, but only from afar until the Not Obama candidate is named. Then I will send money, volunteer for phone work, and any other activity to insure that Not Obama wins.
I am mildly political: When I was sixteen (in 1968), I figured out that I was a conservative. When I was older, during the last days of Nixon, I realized (with no small shock) that I was a Republican. While my affections for the Republican Party have waxed and waned through the decades, I am nevertheless, NOT one of them. And by God, I will NEVER vote for one of them. And we all know who them are: lying, whining, grasping pukes. All of them.
Yes. I am totally on board. Whoever the nominee is, he/she will be better than Obama.
Calvinist? Moi? Guilty as charged.
I'm with you Gerard. I may say a small prayer that it isn't Huntsman or Ron Paul, but it will still be OMG-ABO
Like anyone else in my age group, I seem to have lots of friends who are old hippies and they are all big Paul supporters, even those who cleaned up and wear 3 pc suits to work each day.:)Not sure what that is all about.
The die is cast, and the cards are marked. ABO will be my choice, though once again I'll be holding my nose, I fear.
I've certainly made my similar point some weeks back, and Gerard was gracious enough to post it in the honored left-hand column. Thanks again, my friend.