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Saturday, August 30, 2008

What a Week!

What an election year. So much history is being made. Barack Obama is the first African-American to be nominated for President. Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska, named as John McCain's Vice-President pick. The first Republican woman chosen to run for VP. The Democrats convention thunder stolen from them by the news... wow. Brilliant on McCain's part. Two months and change until November 4th. I am not that excited about the candidates. I am excited about the democratic process. And isn't that what it really is all about?

2 comments:

Best Damn Blow Job Around said...

indeed it is an historic year in politics ... now history will be made no matter who wins .. a black man or a woman at the top of the exec branch .. although I still can't help but wonder if hurricane Gustov is the wrath of Martin Luther King .. big storm hitting New Orleans when Bush was supposed to speak at the convention .. things that make you go hmmmmmmmm ... looks like they are prepared this time though .. perhaps their one last chance ..

Best Damn Blow Job Around said...

indeed it is an historic year in politics ... now history will be made no matter who wins .. a black man or a woman at the top of the exec branch .. although I still can't help but wonder if hurricane Gustov is the wrath of Martin Luther King .. big storm hitting New Orleans when Bush was supposed to speak at the convention .. things that make you go hmmmmmmmm ... looks like they are prepared this time though .. perhaps their one last chance ..

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