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Saturday, November 1, 2008

A beautiful weekend and more on the election

It is a beautiful weekend. Unfortunately, my football team has a bye this Saturday so I am relegated to "honey do" projects around the house. Given the weather, staining part of our deck seems in order. I would rather be at the game tailgating and second guessing the coaches.

I went to my other office (McDonalds) this morning to discuss the problems of the world with my other cronies that camp out there each day. The election of course was the big topic with the "oldies" speaking up for McCain and the younger generation pitching Obama. 

As has been the case to often however, the subject invariably turns to Palin.  When that happens,  the discussion usually goes down hill from there. It will be interesting to note how history portrays the "Gov" and her impact on this election. If the Republicans loose, the loss will be blamed in large part on her by fellow Republicans. If through some miracle, McCain wins, he will be given credit for the astute and daring choice of Sarah Palin, soccer mom, beauty queen and first amendment advocate. Without question, she has positioned herself for bigger and better things the next go around. Stay tuned for the Palin/Clinton match.  If nothing else, Tina Fey has become a house hold name :-)

The deck calls,  damn it. Oh well...............


Anonymous said...

Oh goodie, I get to have the honor of being your first person to comment! This is great. I'm afraid I dont have much to say about this election, except that my tendency to view the world from Democratic eyes has truly been challenged this time around. My "Republican" children and spouse are trying to get mom (a Hillary supporter) to drop some hints on who she voted for......wont do it. On an interesting level, 10-year old Caitlynn had a People Fair at school and while all of her friends chose to dress up like Hannah Montanna and other pop stars, Caitlynn decides to dress up and do her report on Sarah Palin....

Ron said...

Kids are wonderful and we are surprised daily by their actions and thoughts. We move on..Thanks for responding.

Lissa (aka The Untamed Scrapper) said...

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