Tuesday, October 31, 2006

I'm thinking of becoming a Libertarian.


Politics in NC. is a trip. I have an incumbent Republican candidate for Congress who is as crooked as a dog's hind leg. The Democrat is some out of state opportunist. According to my NRA magazine I should vote for the Republican. According to James Dobson I should vote for the Republican. The race has come down to a war of T.V. commercials over who has the most pharmaceutical company stock. Personally I think anyone that doesn't have some Pfizer stock in their portfolio should get a new broker. Let me see a candidate that refuses to take ANY prescription drugs and maybe I'll vote for him. The race must really be close for our House seat since the North Carolina Republican Committee sent me this flyer. Is that supposed to be Carol and I in the picture? These two look like a ad for Prozac. They forgot to put the can of dog food on the table. Perhaps the Republicans don't really have any issues so they have followed the Dems down the road of fear-mongering. I'll just hold my nose and vote for the crooked Republican incumbent; after all, the cover of my American Rifleman magazine told me to.

6 comments:

Aunt Dot said...

How 'bout those Dems...according to W, they're already "measuring for drapes"...just like in 2004...

That "crooked" Republican might make a mess with the drapes (ha!)-- how 'bout we get M.A. there to help!

Aunt Dot said...

Seems like I'm the only one that responded to your political humor, Dorian...

Don't give up!

Anonymous said...

WOW! That almost looks like what we see here in the highest taxed state in the union. Our ads just sound like Tricky Dick all over again. His statement went something like "I'm not a crook!".

I want to vote out the lousy Republican, who is a CROOK, but the Dems put up this clown who is worse yet. Then there is the most "gracious", "caring", deceiving woman anywhere, Hillary Clinton. Ugh...

I guess we'll just have to plug our noses and vote for the stinker of our choice. Another bunch of years with "taxation without representation".

D

Anonymous said...

My only course of political statement is to pull the Conservative party lever. At least statistically the republicans/democrats can read my lips.

Anonymous said...

At least voting in a stinky republican means they are answerable to the republican leadership--at least in the Congress. Perhaps the most crooked will at least be forced to tow the party line.

AA

u.f. said...

Dorian, you should run for Congress.