I, for one, welcome our new Communist, crypto-Muslim overlord

In case there’s any doubt in your mind, let me state for the record that the title is a JOKE, a HUMEROUSHUMOROUS JAB at some of the more PATHETIC attempts at political smears. Besides, anyone that’s heard him talk knows that he’s a Setian.
I had no trouble exercising my francise today. Precinct 4 in Canton apparently didn’t get the memo about massive turnout. Or maybe all my neighbors decided to sleep in a bit. At any rate, I was in and out of the school gym in less than 10 minutes. I spent more time sighing over the uncontested state and Congressional races than I did standing in line.
As of this writing, the presidential race is unfolding more-or-less as expected. FiveThirtyEight.com projects more than 300 electoral votes for Obama, which shouldn’t surprise anybody. In the end, I voted for him. Well, it wasn’t so much a vote for him as it was a vote against the emptiness of McCain’s campaign. I think Obama will have trouble delivering on his promises, and the thought of a Democrat president with a fully Democratic congress gives me both the heebies and the jeebies. But after the last eight years, my bottom line is: bad Republicans, no White House.

3 thoughts on “I, for one, welcome our new Communist, crypto-Muslim overlord

  1. Yay, humor!! (or “humer” per your sp?) I’ve been waiting for actual Obama jokes to materialize. SNL hasn’t come up with any that I’ve seen.
    Speaking of 538, did you see how uncannily prescient he was? He called every state but Indiana (and MO which he didn’t officially predict either way).
    The disappointment for me today is: CA Prop 8 passed.

  2. If you’re going to make a spelling mistake, make it in all caps, I always say. I guess “jab” had me thinking about arm anatomy, but I didn’t hold the thought to the end of the word.
    Aside from the odd Photoshop of low riders on the White House lawn, the closest to an Obama joke I saw was Scalzi’s Election List II. Personally, I’m looking forward to four years of Obamanomics.

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