Where does the good go

That’s the ticket


Go on, brush your shoulders off.

I can’t say enough about Obama’s speech tonight. Wow. I…wow. Unfortunately, I’m designated driver in an early morning roadtrip tomorrow, so I have to go to bed right now, but wow. Obama. Wow.

Have great Labor Day weekends, folks. This Presidential campaign season is going to be spectacular.

GULP!! Mmmm…chocolatey.

10 Responses to “That’s the ticket”

  1. Casca Says:

    “Wow”? What new thing is this? I found nothing new, except that apparently in the minds of the Obamassiah’s writers nuclear power is not safe; we have not yet discovered how to drill for natural gas, or liquify coal. I don’t imagine that they follow the technical journals, nor are they great readers of history. One wonders WTF Fermi was up to underneath the stadium at the University of Chicago. No, this was the old bucket of poll tested tripe rewarmed for the pep rally.

    Whenever I hear the Obamassiah speak of new things, I think of the old spear shaker. “Hell is empty and all the devils are here.” What a missed opportunity. One smallish tactical nuke could have doubled the national IQ, and diminished the debt in the twinkling of an eye.

    No, this man is a bit of fluff whose words blow from one end to another trying to please the ears of all. “Ambition should be made of sterner stuff.

  2. Jamie Says:

    “I think of the old spear shaker.”

    I think you meant to say spear chucker.

    Obama is damned on both sides of the coin. If he gets a lackluster reception from the Dems, he’s a failed leftist who can’t unite his party. If he gets a rousing ovation and kudos from all sides, he’s a pseudo-messiah who’s doling out the Kool-Aid.

  3. Casca Says:

    They’re Shakespeare quotes. I know. He is declasse, and no longer part of a real education. I hope that changes.

    Here’s what’s been missing, a compilation of his greatest hits:

  4. tae Says:

    I agree, wow.

  5. Karol Says:

    You don’t know what “brush your shoulders off” means, do you?

  6. Casca Says:

    Wow Tae? Gushing hormones, or have you never heard political boilerplate?

  7. Dawn Summers Says:

    Here’s some Shakespeare for ya…”methinks the casca doth protest too much” you’re so voting for obama, aintcha?

  8. Casca Says:

    There is no scenario by which I could ever vote for a Democrat for any type of national leadership. It is the party of the left, and thus committed to ever whackier utopian schemes, and the destruction of the country I love.

    Everyone has heard WFB’s opening line to the much longer quote, that he’d rather be governed by the first 500 names in the Boston telephone directory than the faculty of Harvard, but the rest of the quote is usually missing. He goes on to say that given the choice, the faculty of Harvard will vote for utopia, and the search for utopia in the 20th century has taken us to the death camps, and the gulag.

    Do yourself a favor, and read God & Man at Yale, then pick up a copy of Up From Liberalism. You’re at the right age for it to change your life, if you ever move past the stage of playing meaningless games.

  9. Eric Says:

    Hah! Oh yeah? Obama’s was a speech made by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

  10. Casca Says:

    I was going to use that one Eric, but thought it a bit over the top. I really do love the signifying nothing part… Right on target.

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