Friday, October 3, 2008

Judging Sarah

Ruminations on last nites debate, those Republicans have mastered the art of subterfuge, second to there master Satan the Devil! They prep their gurl well, she fumble and bumble…but managed to maintain her own against Biden. Sure Pain-lin demonstrated her lack of foreign policy and domestic agenda, but managed to do what her Republican handlers coach her to do, appear to the equivalent of the bubba vote, ignorant working class Wal-Mart shopping, Taco Bell eating, gun toting, working class white folks like her. Take the White Folks that live next door to my parents, that rent the home that Middle Class aspirations cant afford to purchase, yet proudly stage their home with Halloween regalia, and post there McCain/Palin yard sign on the grassy knoll they don’t even own. These are the new Nascar Dads and typical American Hockey Mom typeslike her, clueless!

I try to sit through her mindless ramblings, anesthetize by scotch and smoke almonds, waiting for this broad to just answer the damn questions, but that she didn’t instead appearing to her constituents’, talking about the greatness of nothing, and yeah, I’m dumb and not so sophisticated like my condescending opponent over here Joe Biden, who like Barrack Obama is elitist doesn’t care about the average American like you. But, like John…I’m a maverick for true change!

She stuck to her talking points on matters that matter most her, and her irk. Pain-lin is going to managed, and manipulated by the same fools that propped up the current jester, that has been running the place for the last four years. All I can say is thank you Gwen Ifill for not being intimidated by the Rethuglican preemptive strike and sticking to your guns, and posing the questions to the beauty queen.

1 comment:

Francis L. Holland Blog said...

Thanks for doing what you do!

Do you support Barack Obama's push for universal health care? Do you agree that if we could get the insurance companies out of the mix (they might just become bankrupt with everyone's money and then need a bailout), then getting insurance companies out of the mix and providing care directly would be more efficient?

Afterall, does having "insurance" really "ensure" you very much of anything, except bureaucracy, aggravation and arguments, when it comes to health care?

If you support universal health care the please post the Afrosphere Action Coalition "National Health Care Now!" widget, which informs and leads your readers to a petition in support of universal health care.

It also shows the insurance companies the "high esteem" we have for them, by proposing a system in which they have no role at all, and never once using the word "insurance" in the entire text. In my opinion, Americans don't want "insurance". They want the assurance that they can access quality medical care when the need it, and they've been told that paying for "insurance" is the only way they can see "assured" of seeing a doctor and getting medicine when the need it.

I would be a rich man if I could find a way to earn thirty cents for every dollar that is spent at American supermarkets. How about "supermarket insurance"? You pay me to "cover you" when you are hungry, and then if I believe you are hungry enough, I will give you permission to go to the supermarket? And for this you pay me thirty cents of every dollar that you otherwise would have spent on food.

Of course it requires an enormous bureaucracy to review each American's decision to go to the supermarket, but that's what I'm hear for! That's why you pay me thirty cents on the dollar for all of the money that is spent on food in America!

If that doesn't make any sense to you at all, then please adopt the Afrosphere Action Coalition's National Health Care Now! EasyWidget that takes you and your readers to the Petition demanding National Health Care Now!

Unfortunately, some few "progressive" whites may be reluctant to support this effort because it is led by Black people whom they don't like. Those "progressives" don't realize that unless everybody works together we are never going to get universal health care in this nation. And so, we progressives will be compelled to break the color line, if only on this issue, whether we like it or not.

When you show your support for national health care right before the election, you are reminding people why it is so important that Barack Obama and not John McCain be elected president. Like the "economy", health care is about 20% of the American economy and it' s really in just as much of a "crisis" as Wall Street. But because the crises in your wallet and in your child's aching tooth don't have any lobbyists in Washington, Wall Street gets a bailout long before your high blood pressure or mammogram do.

Is it early to start worrying about national health care. Well, aren't the lobbyists already paying our representatives in Washington to assure that it never happens? If we want universal health insurance, we'll have to work for it as early and as diligently as the lobbyist who are rallying to oppose it.

Please post a widget leading to the petition.