These anti-Obama protestors clearly know that the election is over (but not that it’s winter – despite the snow – as they’re not wearing coats) as they are advocating impeachment for President Obama, but I’m going to get them a calendar for Christmas anyway. See, it’s much easier to try to swing people’s votes in a place where elections are close (presidential elections are not close in my area) than it is to pressure local citizens to pressure their representatives in congress to impeach a president. Besides, impeachment doesn’t throw an official out of office, it just puts them on trial, and if they lose the trial they could be removed from office, but they may not necessarily be kicked to the curb.
I’m just assuming that the goal of people who can’t figure out that they need a coat during winter must be more than a trial – I’d think they’d be advocating for full removal from office because they must be serious folks with a point to make if they’re standing out in the snow in February in a town with a population less than 10,000… blah. I thought about interviewing them, but my veggie delight sandwich was getting soggy, so I bounced.
Oh Fox News – the gift that just keeps on giving. I try to stay off their site because they just make it too easy… it’d be like if I were a hunter (and I’m not) and I did all my hunting at a game preserve where they kept the birds under lock and key until right when I got to that spot and then they flushed them out in front of me… and yet, I still ended up shooting my hunting partner in the face. That’s a good enough analogy for what has happened as President Obama has won a second term without anyone officially saying who won Florida and it’s 29 Electoral Votes (and it looks like Obama will be declared the winner of Florida) when Fox news posts an article that neither blames Mitt Romney for losing nor credits Obama for winning. Instead, it’s the mainstream media that unfairly influenced the election with their liberal bias while forgetting that Fox is part of the mainstream media. Read the rest of this entry
If you’ve dropped by the site in the last year or so, you probably know who I voted for, but if there was any doubt, check it:
Yeah, I went with Barry O. That’s how I roll. Things were going well at my polling place early this morning, but I recommend you vote as soon as possible, just in case there is a problem – then you’ll have time to sort it out.
Go vote! It’s the coolest!
I had planned an entire series of “I’m voting for Obama” posts, but Hurricane Sandy screwed that up. Anyway, here is the penultimate post on why I’m voting for Obama.
(Unfortunately, I don’t have time to unleash the humongous essays on various issues I had planned, so I’m only providing the Cliff Notes version on limited topics.) Read the rest of this entry
I’ve decided that for part 1 of my “I’m voting for Obama” series, I’d point you in the direction of an infinitely superior writer in the personage of Mr. Peter David: