Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Now, I Wish That We Had A Woman President

1) Sarah Palin
2) Leticia Malcontent
3) Jungle Mom
Tied for 4) All straight-A, 8th Graders anywhere
5) Hillary

After listening to the Obama Snore-fest/Vomit Conference
tonight, on Levin's radio show.
Can this idiot, Zerobama be any more, mind-numbingly monotone?

(not the LMC)

I didn't feel this bad even
when my hairbrush
fell into the toilet last weekend.

10 comments:

Mike said...

My momma, rest her soul, gone for nearly five years now, would make a better president than Zero.

Yes, even now.

Hillary...I would never vote for her.

The Local Malcontent said...

I'd agree, knowing you, Mike~!

Mike said...

Just before and after the election, I frequented a "PUMA" blog of a Hillary supporter with many other HRC supporters posting.

I had to quit when they kept praising Hillary and saying she'd make a much better president than would Obama.

I objected to the "much" part. Six one, half dozen the other, as far as I am concerned. I searched far and wide, high and low for ANY reason to vote for her--mainly because I couldn't see a lot of difference between McCain and her--but I never found any redeeming quality to her.

Right before the 2004 election, my mom had a procedure and had a stroke during it. The first time we were allowed to see her it was gut-wrenching to see such a vibrant, strong woman lying there all pale and near death.

Choking back tears, I whispered to her that I was there and she reached out and took my hand, the first movement she had made!

Trying not to sob and trying to think of what to say to her, wanting to be positive, I said "Momma, the last polls show Bush to be up 10 points."

She squeezed my hand and a little smile came on her face. I wish she had lived, of course, but I really regret she didn't get to vote for Bush one more time.

Oh gosh...I'd made her angry in my youth, sassing her a little (I KNEW my limit, lemme tell ya) and got her mad with other things I'd done (mostly by letting a certain g/f push me around) but the angriest I'd ever seen her was when I dissed Reagan once over his energy policy. I was right then, still am now, but I also knew never to do THAT again, at least not in front of her.

Never did take Mom long to vote, esp. being a straight-ticket Republican.

Hatless in Hattiesburg said...

5? 5!?! how about 6,000,000,005!

unless you meant either hillary swank or hillary duff, who i might put in 2,000,000,005th and 1,900,000,005th place, respectively.

kinialohaguy said...

Heh!,

I VOTED for Sarah Palin and that other guy, McDonald, McCain, whatevah!

I like the WE in your post!

Aloha!

ABNPOPPA said...

I think there are a lot of sorry individuals out there now. Many of them won't say so as their egos are too big to say "I made a mistake when I voted for OB". Which I might add, sounds a lot like OP, who would have made a much better President!

Pops

Most Rev. Gregori said...

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ; SNORT! Oh sorry, I must have dozed off, is the 100 day love fest over with?

Christopher Willis said...

http://pw2.netcom.com/~horse/confess.html

Jungle Mom said...

What an honor!!!! We could all run as a team effort! I would normally say that I am sure we are not qualified, but in this case...we are better equipped than the one who is in the Oval office!
This Mom would start with a few spankin's!

The Local Malcontent said...

LOL, JMom!! Good, hard Spankings.

Thank you for that inspirational link, Mr. Willis!!
I urge everyone to check it out-
and here's a sample from it:

"So in conclusion, after looking at much of the broad political spectrum, I'd like to confess that I am neither a Democrat nor a Republican, but a monarchist. And I would like to share with you just a few things about the King I serve.
My King is King of the Jews. He's a racial King. My King is the King of Israel. He's a national King. My King is the king of all ages. He's the King of heaven, the king of glory, the King of kings and the Lord of lords. Do you know Him?

The heavens declare His glory, the firmament showeth His handiwork. He who is and who was and who always will be, He's the first and the last, the alpha and the omega, the A and the Z. He is the first fruits of them that slept. He is the I Am that I Am. He's the voice of the burning bush. He's the captain of the Lord's hosts, He's the conqueror of Jericho. By Him were all things made that were made. Without Him, was not anything made that was made. And by Him all things are held together. In Him dwells the fullness of the Godhead bodily. The very God of gods. He is our kinsman redeemer.

He's also our avenger of blood. He's our city of refuge. He's our performing high priest, our personal Prophet, and our reigning King. He's enduringly strong, He's entirely sincere, He's eternally merciful. He's immortally graceful, He's imperially powerful. He stands alone in himself. He's august, He's preeminent, He's supreme, He's unique, He's unparalleled. He's the loftiest idea in literature. He's the highest personality in philosophy. He's the fundamental doctrine of theology. He's the supreme problem in higher criticism. He's God's Son.