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Thursday, February 21, 2008

America needs you, Pat Paulsen.


Who are you going to vote for in the Presidential race?

Tell me something about your candidate that I don't know.


I'm way mixed up this year.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Anne said...

Well, my guy left the race. I'm quite puzzled right now. I can tell you who I hope DOESN'T get elected - Hillary.

Emma Sometimes said...

Niiiice.

I'm voting for Ted Kennedy.

HAHAHAHA. Okay, really.

Abe Lincoln once said, "If I were two faced, would I be using this one?"

Emma Sometimes said...

PS. I like Huckabee.

Jenn said...

I will tell you, it is puzzling to me why McCain made it so far.

Uncle Joe said...

no kidding.
McCain is a great big puzzle.

tho' I can see why maybe the old school might like him...

this election is scaring the bejeebers out of me.

Doozie said...

The other day my boy says to me "so what do you think about this obama?" and I had nothing to say. therefore it is apparent that my boy knows more about this than I do. I'll vote for whoever the boy likes. Because he is onto dick cheney and has "never trusted that guy" so I think he's kinda wise. like a miniature buddha covered in hair

Jamie Dawn said...

Poooh, no Fred Thompson to vote for. Not even a Mitt Romney. I'd rather be voting for Giuliani than McCain, but I guess it's gonna be McCain.
Maybe McCain will win and actually govern from a conservative perspective. That'd be super! Maybe I'm dreaming for the impossible, but a girl can dream, cant' she???!!!!
A vote for Obama or Hillary is a vote for bigger government and higher taxes, in my humble opinion.
President Bush has been good on some things, but he's let Congress spend money like drunken sailors.
Oh, My!!!! Don't me started on politics. I may never shut up!!!!

I like how that guy talks out of both sides of his mouth. At least he's obvious about it.

:-)

Groovy Mom said...

Looks like I'll be voting for McCain. He wasn't my first choice, but I'm certainly not one of the angry conservatives who claim they will refrain from voting or vote for Obama or Clinton if McCain gets the nomination.

Emma Sometimes said...

Okay, I'm voting for Ralph Nader, he is a recycler and consciously green (whatever the heck that means). I bet you they need recycled toilet paper to help the Iraqis and more ethanol to stop global warming.

Did I tell you I sucked at the guitar test? Well I did.

Lucy Stern said...

Ahhh, I see he speaks out of both sides of his mouth....Pretty much like the other canidates. I echo Jamie Dawn here....She said it as good as I could.