Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Crickets

Now, you all know that I know that most of my readers will be voting for John McCain.
Surprising, ain't it, that not one of ya came to his defense after the last post?

Support for McCain is obviously not as strong as opposition to Obama.
Looks like the GOP is done for in this go 'round.

That's my take.

10 comments:

Jade said...

I thought of your last blog post today while I was listening to the podcast of Wait Wait... don't tell me... they were joking about the whole Palin spending 150K on clothing. Apparently some nosy people have gone around to some of the stores and said "I see the campaign spent 4 grand here on this day, can you tell us what they bought?" and the store people are saying "We never had a transaction that large, we would have remembered" - which causes people to then speculate...

...they must be spending the money on something that is SO BAD, they think the cover story of 150K on clothing is good.... which begs the question... what are they hiding?

:)

Good luck with your "pumpkin carving".

Mark Heuring said...

You're right, Gino. I am at best a grudging McCain supporter. But I don't have any illusions about it.

Allan said...

Heh. Don't read too much into my lack of comment. I'm so fatigued by the three-year election cycle that I've pretty much shut down on all debating in the past month or so, whether in opposition to those with whom I disagree or in support of my compatriots. My attitude has been worn down to "You wanna think that? Okay. Whatever. I'm not going to convince you otherwise, so why waste my time?" Not exactly endorsement of your position.

Hammerswing75 said...

Yup, I'm all about not electing Obama. Like Mr. D, I don't have any illusions about McCain. But he's still worth voting for, if you can't have good governance, then the best you can hope for is a divided government.

alisha said...

Found my way here because our blogs share the same name. Just thought I'd leave a quick note to say hello. Did you have the surgery yet? Those MRI's were pretty neat! Also, I'll be voting for Obama and dont think McCain has a chance...just so you know! :)

Gino said...

welcome, alisha!
your governor is Hot.

surgery, this thurs morning.
cant wait. :(

kingdavid said...

I'm not a political animal by nature. I vote as my duty, occasionally mock liberal ideological idiocy in my blog, stay up on current events; but, I don't invest any passion into it.

Que sera sera. There is one result of this upcoming election that I'm very interested in seeing---how many votes will Cynthia McKinney and the Green Party get. I wonder what the over/under will be in Vegas on that number. It might be a good indicator of just how many insane people there are who vote in this country.

kingdavid said...

I'm not a political animal by nature. I vote as my duty, occasionally mock liberal ideological idiocy in my blog, stay up on current events; but, I don't invest any passion into it.

Que sera sera. There is one result of this upcoming election that I'm very interested in seeing---how many votes will Cynthia McKinney and the Green Party get. I wonder what the over/under will be in Vegas on that number. It might be a good indicator of just how many insane people there are who vote in this country.

kingdavid said...

sorry, my computer froze for a few seconds and I hit publish again. Can you take one out Gino.

Vanesa Littlecrow W. said...

I am happy to say I didn't vote for either cretin. Although I love my new Sarah Palin button.