Romney-- Religion and freedom are co-dependent. So STFU & GBTW secular France and theocratic Iran. [As a side note, everybody focuses on the polygamist history of Mormonism. How about the fact that the church, to this day, advocates that women need to stay at home and take care OF TEH BABEEZ???]
Obama-- Gay baiting. http://www.americabl...explaining.html
Clinton (who I admittedly hate the least at the moment)-- Honestly, blatant politicing. If 90% of America decided they hated puppies, she'd come out with a puppy extermination plan and claim she's been advocating it since 1994. In addition, she's never disowned her wacky "vast right wing conspiracy" comment, when it turned out that there actually was a 'there' there.
Ron Paul-- Hey, thanks for living up to the steroetype of the crazy libertarian, *a$$h*le.
McCain-- I knew the man McCain was in 2000. That McCain was a friend of mine. I worked for that McCain in 2002. You, sir, are no John McCain. What the hell happened to you?
Huckabee-- So, um, you hadn't heard of the Iran NIE long after everybody had been talking about it? And the Dumond affair is kind of wigging me out as well...
Joe Biden-- Actually, I kind of like you. Granted, you forward the absurd lie that everybody should go to college, but that's kind of one of our national delusiosns right now. You did vote for that bankruptcy bill, but there was some very good stuff in there in addition to some very bad stuff. I may not hate you as much as I first thought. Sadly, you're not going to be nominated, so you don't count.
Everybody else-- I hate you for various reasons I may come back and expand on at a later date. Paradoxically, Kucinich is probably one of my favorites right now.
In conclusion, I'm voting for a bag of lettuce.
Edited by Juris Rovvius, 07 December 2007 - 03:20 PM.