I've been off in the magic wilds of the Northwest.
What's new? Not much honestly, working mostly.
I will start writing some of my comedy stuff here
to get it out on paper more.
This morning I saw McCain on the front page of the
USA Today, he was smiling. Was it a confident politician
smile? Not exactly, it was more of the grimace reserved
for that special moment when a person has a bowel movement
in their pants. A poll below stated that, "45% percent" of
some group of random people are of the mind that McCain is
"a different kind of republican than bush". That's not that
big of a deal honestly, I can you tell the difference between
cow dung and donkey leavings, doesn't make me anymore inclined
to elect either pile of shit to office.
Honestly the only reason McCain is not worried about Obama or
Hillary winning is that he still thinks neither has a right to
vote. He's a bit out of touch to say the least. His main two
campaign points are "finding a cure for polio" and "establishing
a quicker trade route to India". He's played that one down a bit
though, he's still wary on weighing in on this whole "round world"
In comparison to the democratic nominees, he does have a universal
healthcare plan, unfortunately though it seems to rely heavily on
hot soup, ribbon candy and a nerve tonic comprised of opium and
moonshine. Some would note this as a conflict of interest, however
after tasting a small sample, I fully endorse this for any number of
ailments including: hangnail, vapors, rickets, and breathing addiction.
(A more and more common affliction with the youth of today). Ask for
"Dr. Senator Q. Feelgood's Juice of Dreams" by name.
All kidding aside, McCain could give 20 dollars to every person he
met from now until the election and he'd still only get a handful of
votes from elderly people who think they're electing Ronald McDonald.
I can hear it now, "Oh he's good with the children, and I enjoy his
sandwiches". And I imagine the only other opinion from his senior citizen
constituency, "He's that nice fellow with a farm up the road and that
delightful dog, Bingo".
You should go out and vote for somebody other than Mr.McDonald though,
one of those other candidates who have stuff that make them good. I must
concede that my ADD (otherwise known as Alzheimers' Lite) forbids me from
remembering anything important about an issue such as this, but vote for
the person with a better memory than I has here. now.
Good talking to ya,
PS As a testament to how much attention McCain has garnered from
me, an average youth, I only now minutes ago realized his name was
spelled "McCain" and not "McKain".