Because Everybody Is Entitled To My Opinion

"O LORD, revive thy work in the midst of the years, . . . in wrath remember mercy" (Habakkuk 3:2).
"Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee?" (Psalm 85:6)

Monday, March 03, 2008

Politics As Usual

Tomorrow is the Ohio Primary and I am not at all excited about it. I will probably support Huckabee for all the good it will do. McCain is so left it makes my teeth itch.

The contest of interest of course is between Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton. I used everybody's full name to avoid any PC-police potential accusations that I am hating on Obama. Yes Texas and Ohio are crucial for Clinton if she wants to stay alive as a candidate. Personally I want to see her go down in flames. I don't trust her and never have. She's a consummate political chameleon whose only goal is to be President. I really don't think she cares about people because she has a history of use and discard. She has been plagued with scandal and I find her "all things to all people" attitude insulting. I mean why would a white woman lapse into a fake accent in a black church? She may be in no ways tired but I sure am; tired of her. So let Hillary crash and burn. And let t he death spiral start early.

On the other hand Mr. Obama is no prize either. I keep hearing about the candidate of change and how no one can seem to get him to say what he is going to change. My guess is that if Obama is elected President then he will change things from bad to worse. I don't think the best way to fix the problems of this country is taking a swig of medicine from a bottle marked only with "Change".

1 comment:

Eve said...

It's nice to hear from someone who agrees with me. I don't trust Hillary, either. Nor am I convinced that Obama has what the country needs at this time. Unfortunately I don't much like McCain, either. I don't know who I'll be voting for this year. With everyone talking about change I don't think we have a whole lot to choose from. It all sounds like the same old, tired rhetoric to me!