Monday, October 6, 2008

Turning a page

"We are looking for a very aggressive last 30 days," said Greg Strimple, one of McCain's top advisers. "We are looking forward to turning a page on this financial crisis and getting back to discussing Mr. Obama's aggressively liberal record and how he will be too risky for Americans."

As a famous Republican once said, "There you go again..."

You've got no plan for the worst economy since the 1930's, so you are resorting to smears.

Careful there, Senator McCain. Seventy-two years is a long time to be on the planet. I'm sure there are 4 or, maybe, (Keating) 5 things we could bring up about you, too.

Or, we could discuss economic plans...
If you make less than a quarter million a year, you won't see your taxes raise one penny.

Is that what you meant by aggressively liberal? If so, I'd like a quarter pound aggressively liberal with a side of risky, risky fries.


.j.william. said...

suddenly I wish my taxes were raised.

Oh wait: I'd need to be making 12 times what I make right now.

MmeBenaut said...

It will be over soon T. and we'll see what comes of it. Smears are the worst side of politics and it's so disappointing when it happens. Good for you for taking a stand. Hopefully the young people will all take the opportunity to exercise their vote.


That sounds delicious, I'll have the same.

Shan said...

Well, Since there's not a Conservative in the mix....I'm just left at a loss for words. Dear me, dear me. I hope Obama puts his money (and votes) where is mouth is because at least he is talking about being less extreme and radically left than his short history suggests. He better have our better have OUR best interest at heart. Oh wait, I forgot he's a politician. I need a new party. {heavy sighs}

Shan said...

See I can't even speak properly I'm so disheartened.