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Tuesday, February 05, 2008

It's Super Tooosday!!!!

Many thanks to reader Bob Taylor for sending this in.


Anonymous said...

Oh boy! That speech bubble is pure magic!

Douglas said...

It's not a happy day for Republicans like me. McCain is absolutely unacceptable, but the party is telling us we will nominate him and like it, even though it will result in certain defeat in November.

We're only peely-wolly at best for Romney, the most serious candidate remaining.

What is truly galling is that Obama is out-Reaganing the entire Republican party with his utterly upbeat vibe, and the hint of a scintilla of a possibility that he might actually mean it.

Neil Clark said...

Hi Douglas,
The best Republican candidate in my opinion was Ron Paul. I don't agree with a lot of his policies on the economy, but he's dead right on foreign policy. But of course, the neocon smear machine did their utmost to sabotage his campaign and to portray his as an extremist, while John 'Bomb. Bomb, Iran' McCain, is portrayed as a 'centrist' and a 'moderate' !

Anonymous said...

But of course, the neocon smear machine did their utmost to sabotage his campaign

What, by ignoring it?

Anonymous said...

It's the Democrats turn to win anyway.
The ilusion of democracy is shattered if you don't change the public name of the ruling elite every now and then.

Douglas said...

Many Republicans with libertarian tendencies have flirted with fleeting thoughts of supporting Ron Paul, but Paul has been unwilling to repudiate his neo-Nazi supporters, and it doesn't help that his supporters who aren't neo-Nazis are internet poll spammers.

And yet, with all that, Ron Paul picked up 15% of the Republican caucus vote in my home state of Minnesota.