Thursday, October 23, 2008

The Choo-Choo of Change Chugs Along

After a bit of an unannounced and unplanned break, we're back...again! One thing after another cropped-up, and real-life's priorities took precedence over cyber-life. That, and the fact that I was once again burned-out with campaign overload, forced me to take a blogging vacation. I don't know what to say at this point regarding the election; despite the polls it could go either way. It appears there will be no "October surprise" - at least nothing that will have an impact on the election. However, it is important to never say, "Never," as anything can happen.

It appears that nothing can or will deter the Obamaniacs. Not Bill Ayers; not ACORN; not Reverend Wright; not Fanny and Freddie; not the Berg lawsuit regarding Obama's citizenship; not Joe the plumber - not any of the other sundry dark clouds that hang over the Anointed One's head seem to be able to derail the Choo-Choo of Change and Hope.

There can be only three reasons why, with so many dubious connections surrounding Obama's past and present, he still has the support he does:

  1. They don't know about any of it.
  2. If they know, they don't believe it.
  3. If they believe it, they don't care.
If they don't care, it means that either the people are ready - knowingly and willingly - for a good dollop of socialism, or they have no idea that this is exactly what they are going to get - but it is "change". And change is good.

I have not given-up on the idea that McCain can win, but it looks grim, boys and girls. The media have their minds made up, and, like it or not, they shape too many people's perceptions. And, like it or not, perception is reality at least when it comes to the unwashed masses.

Unfortunately, the majority has the right to be wrong.




Blogger Oldcatman said...

Good to have your 'blog' back!

The Allahbama fans (my sister included) seem to think it's a run for 'cheerleader'--they can not accept the NEGATIVE SHIT about
him as truth but yet believe all the nagative shit about McCain!

My gut tells me that Ann Coulter
is right!

3:55 AM GMT+13  
Blogger Joe Ramen said...

Thanks, OCM. I know what you mean about the Obamaniacs. And I read the column from your blog the other day. I just "hope" she's right, that come election day, the votes will count - not the polls.

Brace yourself, though, because if the election is close - and McCain wins - there will be violence in the streets.

4:59 PM GMT+13  

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