10.17.2008

Fuck McCain

Do not take this too seriously, please. I just have to get this off my chest. I don't post political subjects... But FUCK THIS GUY. What a FUCKING DICK. Look at him trying to back pedal. Idiot. Seriously, subjectively look at this interaction. Make a diagram about McCain's rationale and then read it back to yourself. WHY would you vote for this clown? Don't get me started on this subject... He's LYING to the American people constantly and they're eating it up. Calling Obama a terrorist and then back-pedaling through it when you're interrogated by a latenight talk show host. He'll play off the "God" card and all the hypocrites involved with Christianity will eat it up. Before you say anything, I was raised in a Christian household. Went to church 3 times a week and have read the Bible from front to back. This isn't a Christian. No "God-fearing" or God respecting man or women would ever call Obama a "Nigger" or a "Terrorist". If you HAVE to vote for him, please be it based on some legit reason, not because you think Obama's a terrorist because some redneck bimbo told you he was. [fuck Palin too... dumb bitch] Also, McCain, you FUCKING DUMBASS, Palin is dealing with Down Syndrome, not Autism like you blabbered off 10 times last night.

9 comments:

Taylor said...

It's scary how cultish christianity can get in the rural areas of america.
I'm christian but can't get over how seriously fucked some others that would call themselves the same... really not the same.
This election is really getting to me a lot more than I care for it to.

Andrew said...

This election isn't Christians vs. The Educated, this election is free trade/free markets/capitalism/laissez faire/small government vs. government control/big government/socialism/redistribution of wealth. I think everyone forgets Obama is trying to instill some very dangerous things on our economy. From a small business owner's standpoint, it's scary to think he's raising taxes for the people most effected by this economic downturn (small business owners). That'll proliferate into cutting jobs, investing less in development/machinery/ future hiring/services, all of which are taxable items. There's a reason why when Reagan lowered the s-class business tax in the 80's suddenly revenues went up.

Either way, you don't have to be an idiot to vote for McCain. You just have to have a dynamic view of our economy. Spouting off "hope" and "change" rhetoric certainly won't fix it. But it does make me feel all mushy inside...

Prolly said...

It's sad that because of Bush's economics anyone that proposes a reform would be thought of as "Radical"... Remember Clinton? People said the same thing about Clinton and small business. We ended up pretty well after his presidency.

McCain is Bush in sheep's clothing. Just you wait, voting for him and you'll LOSE your business.

WheelDancer said...

I agree that McBush needs to be defeated and am shocked at how the spin keeps people thinking he is going to make things better. What's the Matter with Kansas underscores the point but consider the actual situation of Joe the Plumber; he doesn't have the scratch to purchase the business in the first place, second, if he does pull it off he will be getting a fantastic raise and will still end up with more income than he has now even if he ends up paying a higher percentage tax.

If I could get my income up over $250K I would be delighted to pay a little more tax since I would have it to give. As long as we focus only on what's good for 'me' our society deteriorates and the 'us' loses. Oh, while only one of us is me, we are all part of us so we all lose.

Prolly said...

I completely agree.

I love how Letterman sonned McCain. If he can't stand up to a Late Night Talkshow host, how's he supposed to lead a country?

tyler said...

i returned from afghanistan a month ago. i was deployed there with the air force reserves. in the time i was there, a lot of americans died in service. rocket attacks were frequent on my base and while i was never in any direct danger, there were a lot of close calls. a lot of people weren't so lucky...


and for what, to protect the people in that ohio video? it makes me sick to think of the great measures we're taking to "protect" this country when half of them STILL think obamas a muslim.

what the serious fuck. its really hard for me to understand why half of america thinks a mccain/palin office would be a good thing. i feel like my time spent overseas was wasted, america isn't any smarter or safer and we're dangerously close to another four years of bush policies.

lillywillywallywoo said...

Reaganomics brought about an era in which we are broadened the gap between upper and lower classes. He tripled the national debt, and the upper classes hung onto the money that was supposed to "trickle down".

How is this country so blind to the past? Reagan's policies were some of the worst, and yet he is still heralded as one the of the greatest presidents this country has seen. IMHO, his administration began the mess we are in today.

Christopher said...

I completely agree. Its sad to think about how many Christians don't take what Jesus said seriously, and are acting EXACTLY like the people that executed him.

Christians for McCain? What about the widow and the orphan? The last thing Jesus cared about was trickle-down economics.

Prolly said...

Tyler Schmalz sent me this:

You can't be a Christian and a conservative (at least by today's standard of conservatism). You are one or the other. If you're gettin' bent about taxes being used to help the lower class, you are not a Christian and are not living your life in the manner dictated to you by the Bible.

What ever happened to "the better good?"

And, by the way, you're not a "small business" if you're making a quarter-mil in profits. If you're making twelve times the poverty line, you can contribute to those who need help.

A sign of a good economy is a large middle-class. Many an economist would suggest that by "redistributing wealth" you'll create a larger middle-class which will in turn be able to afford whatever service your not-small business might be providing. With a larger costumer base, you'll be seeing increased business come through your doors and that will undoubtedly increase your profits.