Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Pick your candidate

Welcome to 2008, the year we get to say GOODBYE to W!! It fills my heart with joy that this man has less than a year to pack his cowboy boots and English language dictionaries go back to Texas where he belongs.

Now, I am obviously a raging, bleeding-heart liberal, and proud of it. I think Kucinich is great and is most closely alligned with the issues that are most important to me(gay marriage, health-care and troop withdrawl), but I worry that he doesn't stand a snow-ball's chance in hell of getting elected. Today he announced that if he doesn't get enough support in the Iowa caucuses, he urges his supporters to get behind Obama. I found, at his website, this test you can take to find which candidate is best suited for what matters to YOU. Go ahead, it's fun.

But if it comes back with Romney, I don't wanna know.

7 comments:

jpogue said...

Well, I'm in agreement with Hilary too I guess - on EVERYTHING but one item! I'm gonna make Ival take it and see what this supposed STAUNCH Republican comes up with. Won't he be mad if he's supposed to vote for Hilary!

jpogue said...

Hey - anybody want to come and help me paint my bonus room this weekend?????

kate said...

oh please oh please oh please sweet jebus let Ival align with Hillary.

I will fall off my chair AND pee my pants at the same time.

kate said...

PS. I love to paint. Send me a ticket and I'm all yours.

What color are you doing??

Dee said...

Hey, what happened to your staunch support of Hilary ? You were all for her cuz she's a woman ! ( I can't stand her voice when she's campaigning !!!!!) You plan to vote for Kucinich, if he makes it that far? I'm confused. REALLY I absolutely do not know who to vote for. I like McCain, but he won't get far. oh my---------

Blank Girl said...

Grace and I could come up this weekend and help but first we need to take a look at the house in daylight that we may make an offer on. :) Would you like to see it? My mom wants to see it.

Anywho, ROCK ON OBAMA. I felt a weird sensation as I listened to his speech tonight. I think it was "hope." Jake and I both sat there glued to the screen because it's hard to find glean anything fake from that man. I think he means what he says and I think he's capable of following through to see his plans of working toward a common goal where BOTH parties join forces to form one UNITED States. It's weird, this sensation, and I look forward to feeling it more.

kate said...

Whoa whoa whoa, Hedder. You guys are making an offer on a house??? What the....I thought you were moving to Arizona and/or California and/or DC!! I'm so confused. Somebody fill me in. I'm always the last to know everything, damnit.