Sunday, September 14, 2008

Lipstick On A Pig

Ah, yes.
John McCain is going to do something about earmarks. He and Sarah Palin are going to reform Washington and put an end to all that pork barrel spending.

Perhaps they should start with ALASKA.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to see a 2-day interview with Biden. The media assumes we know who he is and every detail about his past and if Palin is so important to everyone, shouldn't Biden be too? I want to know what's necessary to know about both, not just one. Then, most importantly, I want to hear HOW Obama and McCain will do what they say they will do. Media is giving them both a break and letting them stay vague on issues. There are many still on the fence like the "undecided" blog person criticizes because really people don't like either one and have to make a decision.

10:54:00 AM  
Blogger godfreysmama said...

Well, my friend. All you have to do is READ. If you expect the mainstream media to serve up information to you, then you're going to stay uninformed and undecided.
Go to Obama's website. Go to McCain's website.

The reason people are interested in Palin is because she is unknown to much of the country. But there is a lot of information on her if you look. If you're not willing to do that, I don't know what to tell you.

Biden has been in the Senate for over 30 freaking years. Go look up information on his record, his votes, his scandels (yes, he's had at least one). He wouldn't have been my choice.
But, if God forbid something happens to a Pres. Obama, I think Biden could lead well.

I can't say the same for a Pres. Palin.
I say that based on, you know. What I have read.

11:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Websites are marketing. I want to see face to face debating so there is a measure of accountability in what is said. I don't believe everything on a Nike website and I won't believe everything on a presidential candidate's website either. Voting records are great, but with lobbyists and new information, flip flopping happens alot, so people change their mind.

What is written in the paper, on reports, in stats, or on the internet isn't necessarily true, that is why face to face debating is beneficial.

3:20:00 PM  

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