Friday, August 10, 2007

Is It 2008 Yet?

Rudy Giuliani makes a visit to Cincinnati.

The Democratic front runners have a sit-down discussion with the Gays.

Al Gore and Fred Thompson are non-committal on their political aspirations and yet their supporters are already rallying.

Ah yes. It's presidential campaign season once again.

I don't know what to say about this.

I'm a pretty passive voter until the last month or so before the November Election. Between now and then, the politicians will flip-flop seven different ways, the skeletons will come out of the closet and some candidates will drop out of the big race.

Why bet on a horse knowing some of them aren't going to make it to the finish line?

Now states are jumping to get to the front of the Primary lineup. South Carolina decides to jump the gun and trade its February 2nd primary vote for January 19th. Iowa and New Hampshire react so they can maintain tradition and be the first to poll the people - and all of a sudden we're looking at the possibility of a December '07 primary.

What the fuck?

I say this all boils down to one thing: an excited nation. We are anxious to oust Lil' Bushie and his friends and turn the White House over to more capable hands.

Because honestly, anyone who gets voted in, I mean anyone, will be better than the current administration.

November '08 can't get here fast enough.

1 comment:

The Notorious N.A.T. said...

NO DOUBT.

I've never looked so forward to an election in my life.

Be gone little evil troll of a man! Be gone!