Posted by: winteridge | October 11, 2008

“Tough Times Ahead” (George Bush)

For all those long-suffering souls who, like myself, are looking forward to an end to eight long years of our country’s clueless, meaningless leadership, even the prospect of a Recession looks like a bright spot ahead.  I mean, America’s voters, even those fine folks in Florida and Ohio, could not want to deliver us with McSame and four more years.  Could they?  According to recent polls, even before the financial bailout 1, our Republican administration had a 32% approval rating from American voters.  They are gone, right?

But consider this; according to statistics, less than half of eligible voters in the U.S. actually voted in the last two presidential elections.  Folks were making money and livin’ on easy credit and happy.  So 48% came out and voted, and George Bush allegedly received over half those votes.  Say 24.1% of all the voters.  See what I’m getting at?  If 32% of us are happy with the job Bush has done, and those 32% vote Republican, John and Sara are a shoo-in!  Think about it!  Even without the terrorist threats and lack of experience for the Democrats, they don’t have a chance.  Your old Aunt Tillie could beat Obama if she is a Republican.  Experience?  Yes, McSame has the experience, but do we need or want that kind of experience?  Stay tuned…



  1. And John McCain keeps saying that he has a plan to bring Bin Laden to justice and another plan to rescue the economy. Don’t you wonder why he has never shared his ideas with his pal George or his fellow senators? With Osama, he has kept his plan secret for 7 years? Here’s hoping he will share them with his American “friends” and President Obama before another 7 years pass.

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