Posts Tagged ‘election’

John McCain, looking to gain support for his gas tax holiday, reached out to Hillary Clinton supporters in a stunning speech stimulating the lives of all the “bitter” voters of Pennsylvania. While most of the media focused on the bitter voter aspect of the McCain speech, I found it damning for the McCain campaign that his advisers believe his gas tax holiday is a winning argument. God help us if we have an administration that believes this idiotic economic policy will do anything more than severely damage the US economy.

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I’ll keep it really brief:
  1. Don’t compare John McCain to George W. Bush 
  2. Focus on your own ideas, not another Senator’s
  3. Stay true to your promise of not running politics as usual
  4. Win handedly, so you are officially running against John McCain and it would actually make sense for you to say something about John McCain

Free as a courtesy to democracy in America!

According to James Carville, Hillary is Jesus. So, there’s a good chance it might happen then.

BTW, Richardson might as well have cited my blog about why Hillary can’t beat John McCain in his rebuttal on Fox News.

I’ll keep it really brief:

  1. Focus on issues that will inflame your opponent
  2. Let your opponent make remarks about you and your proposed policies
  3. Notice how everyone will be talking about you and your policies
  4. Regain the lead because all the attention is on you, even headlines with your opponent’s name include your name
  5. Win handedly

Free as a courtesy to democracy in America!

I’ll keep it really brief:

  1. Remind voters that America has been run by the same two families for the last 20 years: Bushes and Clintons
  2. Remind us again, in case we forget
  3. Precede with “I’m Barack Obama and I endorse this message!”
  4. Win handedly

Free as a courtesy to democracy in America!

How many Families have been running the United States over the last 20 years?

I’ll give you a hint: It’s more than 1 and less than 3!

Folks, the real reason to be concerned with Hillary Clinton being president has nothing to do with what her policies may or may not be. For God’s sake, the first George Bush promised “no new taxes” and that sure didn’t happen!

Plane and simple… we’ve gone from a two party political system to a two family political system: The Bushes and The Clintons! What’s the point of having a democracy when we make ourselves a monarchy? Well, I guess biarchy would be more like it?

For the past 20 years, we’ve had the same two families at the head of this country. If you want to include the power that the first George Bush had as Vice President, make it 28 years. For me, that’s almost my entire life. And there are even talks about having Bush’s brother run in 2012. Gimme a break already!

Enough is enough. No more John Adams garbage. No more Clintons. No more Ws or HWs or any other Bush for that matter. We have a democracy here. Let’s start using it!

I’ll keep it really brief:

  1. Search the media archives for the 1992 Presidential campaign where both Bill Clinton and Hilary Clinton defended Bill’s lack of experience for a need for change
  2. Run those sound bites over and over
  3. Precede with “I’m Barack Obama and I endorse this message!”
  4. Win handedly

Free as a courtesy to democracy in America!