"If It's Friday, It Must Be... Oh, God. Please. Where am I? Why is it all blurry?"

You might as well have called it *Sunset*, Florida, Barry.

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Or Sundown, Sundance, Sundog, Sunflower, or even Sunofasunofascoundrellikeme. Because even if you had called gotten the name right ("Sunrise"), well.


You see, not to be vicious about it, but as long as you're in play Florida... isn't. Something about how they're unaccountably upset that you don't want their votes to count in the primary. Totally unreasonable of them about that, but what can one do except hope that things change?

Oh, and before I go on vacation, can I ask: if you're winning, why is it that less and less Democrats want your opponent to drop out? (Via Hot Air)

I'd tell you to enjoy your Memorial Day weekend, Senator, except that I'm not quite that cruel.

Moe Lane

PS: Sioux City is in Iowa, Senator. Sioux Falls is in South Dakota. Then again, I got the State wrong in the first draft, too - so maybe that one isn't so bad. I guess that I'm just getting exhausted watching you.


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Or there were 57 states or was it supposed to be 59 ?

Ahh well have fun picking a Veep Barry.


"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4, 1777

Except for presidential primary season, It's just flyover country anyway.

I lived in Sioux City for several years. Good people there.

www.scottbomb.com

Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. --- John Adams

Didn't SouthWest use this as part of their "want to get away" advertising campaign?

Fortuna Favet Fortibus

Found this on a pro Hillary site.

pen Letter To Republicans,

Dear Republicans,

Please assist us in ending Obama’s political career. We know that you have enjoyed watching the Democratic party destroy itself. You have laughed and eaten popcorn as factions developed and acrimony increased. We understand that. It’s a part of politics.

However, something greater than mere “politics” is at stake here. America is at stake here. You have seen many of us Clinton supporters state emphatically that we will vote for McCain if Obama is allowed to take this nomination.

We ask the same loyalty to America from you. Whatever our differences are, Obama is the greatest threat to America in her two hundred- some years.
We are not kidding when we express this viewpoint.

We believe that Hillary will win the Democratic nomination. But at this point, we need to protect America.

Obama is turning his jaundiced eye to McCain, as you well know. He is going to fight his slash and burn
style campaign on two fronts: ours and yours.

The damage that he has done to America already is staggering. The damage that he will do, as long as he is allowed to move forward, is incalculable.

It is no longer about winning between you Republicans and us concerned Democrats. It is about protecting our country from those who would use it
to advance their own destructive and self-promoting agendas.

I know some of you Republicans know this to be true.
But you are torn between playing out the political game you see before you, and following your better instincts to expose and end Obama’s slash and burn nomination run.

It is said that you possess information that will de-rail Obama once and for all. We have no stomach to see Obama turn and try to rip John McCain apart as he has attempted to do with our candidate, Hillary Clinton. John McCain does not deserve this treatment anymore than our candidate. Our country does not need to be a witness to any more of the hate and cynical divisiveness of Obama and his campaign.

Don’t play russian roulette with American’s future.
Regardless of who becomes President (Clinton or
McCain) the longer Obama remains in the race, the more damage we undergo as a nation.

But overall if the democrats can be disabled and their various factions scattered into warring camps, its more than worth the risk.


"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4, 1777

You have seen many of us Clinton supporters state emphatically that we will vote for McCain if Obama is allowed to take this nomination.

Ok.... so they'll vote for McCain.... hmm.... no, I don't think I'll be willing to help, sorry.

Regardless of who becomes President (Clinton or
McCain) the longer Obama remains in the race, the more damage we undergo as a nation.

I think you made a type here. It should read:

Regardless of who becomes President (Clinton or
McCain) the longer Obama remains in the race, the more damage we undergo as a party.

Can you say "Operation Chaos"? :o)

In all seriousness, I agree that Hillary would do less harm as president than Obama. In addition to that, she has Slick Willy at her side and at least he has some experience.

www.scottbomb.com

Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. --- John Adams

 
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