Monday, September 8, 2008

Naked Bob Rants

I just don’t get why so many people think that Obama is too much of a risk to be our next President. For fuck’s sake, most of these people voted George W. Bush to TWO terms. The first time Dubya was elected, I was bitterly disappointed, but I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. Here was a guy that spent two terms as governor of Texas, was a failed oilman, owned a stake in the Texas Rangers, a previous coke-head, dodged Vietnam, earned himself a DUI, and never left the USA until after he was elected President. He’s slightly less incompetent than his younger brother Neil, who was “a player” in the Savings and Loan fiasco that We the People bailed out from 1986-1996 at a cost of $160.1 BILLION (funny note — John McCain, part of the “Keating Five”, had a hand in the S&L mess as well). Google “Silverado Savings and Loan” and “Neil Bush” and see what you find. While you’re at it, try “Keating Five”, “Lincoln Savings and Loan” and “John McCain”. But I digress.

In my mind, Barack Obama is no less of a risk than anyone else who has run in the last quarter century. Sure, you never know until they’re in office, just like any other job in the world. Nixon had plenty of experience and look how he turned out. And now the GOP has the gall to pick Gov. Palin of Alaska for their VP? Two term mayor of a town of 9,000 and 20 months in office as governor, and they think she’s more qualified than someone who worked as a community organizer/activist, civil rights attorney, law professor, member of the Illinois Senate for 8 years, and 4 years as the Junior Senator from Illinois.

In my honest opinion, the real reason many people consider Obama a risk is because he’s not white. That’s right, I said it. A lot of this country is still bigoted and racist, especially older generations.


Lester Suppes said...

The sheer fact McCain voted with Bush 90% of the time shows that this is just a continuation of Bush's nightmare reign of retardedness.

I just don't understand how people can vote again for a Republican, after they destroyed the economy.

Fuck 911, it's over. I can't imagine it makes any difference who the president is on a security level. With all the national security advisors, I can imagine anybody, outside of Squid, would do well.

I certainly hope Obama kicks the living shit out of McBush during the debates.

If we end up with another useless Republican reign, I might as well let the bank take my house. No way the economy can rebound with an idiot that wants to spend all our money on another "WAG THE DOG."

I can't believe more people say that they are scared of Obama than McBush. WTF? I bet they are afraid of their own shadow.

And the sheer fact that McCain leads big in Ohio is a sign that the rural communities are totally CLUELESS.


And come November 4th, if the red sea parts and John McLame wins, pack up the car and grab the kid, because Canada is looking pretty fucking good!!!!!


Let's get a candidate that will spark the economy

Squid said...

To be blunt: I'm not voting for either of them.

It has nothing to do w/race (I assume their both human) or prejudice. After all, I'm the one who:
* wants to grow up to be big & black like Power Man
* has often said "99% of the worthless people I've ever met have been white"

The 2 party system is a dinosaur that's killing this country. Both parties are beholden to special interest groups & lobbyists, to the point that, IMO, that's who they truly serve, not those whom they "represent". When they talk of reforming that sort of thing, just remember who gets to make the new set of rules - them.

It's like Jesse Ventura said in the video posted further down the blog: picking the lesser of 2 evils means you're still picking evil.

Lester Suppes said...


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For this reason alone Squid, you better get your ass of the couch and give the black man a vote.

Poker is a game of skill and unless it gets the proper recognization from the Democrats, I will be out of a job.

Nobody gives a shit about Jesse Ventura, there is nothing he can do about it. Ask Ron Paul, he's trying.

Lester Suppes said...

Oh Squid, do you know that the democrats have a bill to decriminalize marijuana for up to 1 oz?