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Seriously, folks? THIS is who you want engaging in discussions on national security issues (even remotely), let alone living in OUR White House? Someone whose response to Palin’s lack of national security experience is that we all remember that Alaska is the closest part of “our” continent to Russia. (I think Canada and Central and South America might want to lay claim to the continent, too, Cindy!) Say what? Closeness to Russia constitutes experience?! Well since I’m part Russian/German/Finnish/Polish I guess her warped logic really gives me an in, with an appointment to Secretary of State in my future under a McCain presidency? ARGH!
When (if) you vote for John McCain, you get the baggage that is his wife, sort of like marrying into your spouse’s family. Of course worse than having Cindy Read the rest of this entry »
Time to haul my fanny back over here to blog. This extremely important election is no time for me to sit back, relax on the writing, and not do my best to make sure our country takes that MUCH NEEDED turn toward change. Mind you, I can be pretty lazy on my days off, so I’ll just start this trek copying today’s email from MoveOn. Also have to share one of the great quotes to come out of some fantastic speeches at the Democratic National Convention.
“John McCain may pay hundreds of dollars for his shoes, but we’re the ones who’ll pay for his flip-flops.” ~Gov. Bill Richardson Read the rest of this entry »