Monday, July 21, 2008

Well, He Did Say He Likes Change...

Senator Obama to CBS’s Lara Logan on “Face the Nation”: “[T]he objective of this trip was to have substantive discussions with people like President Karzai or Prime Minister Maliki or President Sarkozy or others who I expect to be dealing with over the next eight to 10 years.” [h/t Politico]

Ten years? What, he's going to start with changing the Constitution? He's got eight,tops. Any sixth grader can tell you that.

DIH has been contemplating an Obama presidency. All she can say at the moment is she wishes she'd invested in gold, or prime real estate. Lord only knows what the dollar will be worth when The Big O gets his mitts on it.

Eight years of President Obama. Imagine all the smiling journalists. Glowing like devotees at the foot of their guru. It's a happy image, is it not? And who among us would begrudge our American press corps a little bliss for once. Bliss out, reporters! We're ready!

Eight years of our President reminding us that he is simultaneously a) downtrodden and b) a prep school-Princeton- Harvard man. Hey- is Dr. Phil looking for a new job? He's already helped Oprah. What could be bigger than Oprah? Phil, call me. We'll work on this.

Eight years of Jesse Jackson in a sulk.

Eight years of Michelle Obama complaining about how tough it is to be First Lady.

Eight years of fun. DIH can hardly wait.

5 comments:

HEATHER said...

As much as I dislike McCain, I will vote for him, because the empty suit of Obarfma scares me more!
Do you think it is wrong that I am already praying for John McCain? Because I am.

Anonymous said...

An Obama presidency just cannot happen. It is unthinkable.

I hope McCain chooses someone really good for his VP. Meaning, someone whose values and experience I respect, AND someone who will play well in the press. Bobby Jindall could be that person, were he more experienced.
does anyone else think the vp slot, or Jindall's age, matter?
Kate

Adoro te Devote said...

Well, I know where my vote is going....

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Family woman, Catholic, strong values, loves the written word and is well versed in it...not afraid to say it like it is....

Anonymous said...

I would LOVE to hear her slogans! Bible Babe

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for me Mccain aint that bad..