Monday, June 16, 2008

Presidential Campaign: When Will It be OVER?

Ok folks, here we go again, just a few more months until we'll be able to cast our votes for a new President of these here United States. I gotta tell you, I'm sick and tired of it already and I'm definitely not looking forward to seeing what's ahead for us.

We'll be retiring ol George W., the blooper king, but I have to wonder if any of our choices in November will be able to do what it takes to bring a little respect back for our great Nation. Cause we're sliding down the slopes people, and we've got to hope that something or someone will lead us in digging in before we get to the bottom.

I don't have a lot of faith in Obama with his poetic ramblings, he just seems to jump around to all sides of the issues without taking a firm stand on anything. And besides, the man can't count and seems to have been sleeping during his geography and history classes. Can we expect someone like that to handle our national budget?

I have even less faith in Mccain with his geriatric, bumbling, mumblings. I'd never be able to stay awake during his State of the Union speeches because of his monotone voice, at least George W. kept me amused with his blundering tales.

I vote we elect Robin Williams for President.

Will those new fan-dangled voting machines let us write him in?

11 comments:

Donna said...

LOLOL...If he Doesn't take his Prozac, he gets hyper! I vote for Mr. Bean....LOLHahaha...happy day sweetie!!hughugs

Sally said...

Hey, if "I" don't take my prozac, I get hyper too! hahaha

I don't know, Ms. Brenda, it ain't lookin' too good. :(

Anonymous said...

Robin has my vote.....

Paula Sue

Cindra said...

I agree... I respect McCain as a person, but I really don't have faith he can lead us out of the quagmire. Obama is a fabulous and inspiring speaker, but I worry about all the anger he has been immersed in for most of his life. You can't be surrounded by hate and negativity and not have it affect your outlook. I wonder what exactly it is that we don't know about him.
I don't think one person can lead us out. We have to figure out how to re-unite as a country. We need a whole new set of leaders that don't get a different set of rules and goodies to live by. You've heard this from me before, Brenda so I won't go on.

Kellan said...

I love the idea of Robin Williams for President - I love what he wrote!!!

Thanks for coming by today - see you soon - Kellan

Dawn said...

I want to see you they pick as their running mates, or vice presidents. I think McCain is too old, but then I am not sure about Obama. Who knows.

PEA said...

Hello dear Brenda,

Omigosh, I am sooo sorry for my lack of visiting you...your blog just won't let me add it to my Bloglines and with over 120 blogs on it, I tend to forget to visit those that aren't on it:-( I know, smack me! lol You know what I just did? I just made myself a post it note and put it right on the wall I face when I'm at the computer...on it, it says "VISIT BRENDA"!!! lol I feel like such a horrible friend. Sigh. I'm just so glad you left me a comment to make me realize I hadn't been visiting you!!!

I'll now go read all your latest post to catch up on what you've been up to! xoxo

bichonpawz said...

I WOULD vote for Robin Williams!!! Totally agree with you!

Loretta said...

Of the three, Robin would have to be the best. I've got a bad feeling about the next four years. Sure hope I am wrong.

Attila The Mom said...

Oh gak, I can't wait until it's over either!

Vote said...

McCain has one foot in the grave and Palins ready to jump in. Now that scares me! I can't take another moment of Bush-ism. The truth is we need to pick the lesser of 2 evils. I would love if Robin Williams could run for president. Brena I seen your name on itsboopchiles.blogspot.com As you can see they are very opionated.

I'd like to end by saying go out and vote.