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July 9, 2008

A Hell of a Way to Describe the Dilemma

by Chris

“When it comes to picking our next president, I can’t decide if I prefer the smooth-talking, inspirational candidate who promises to give my money to people who don’t work as hard as I do, or the old, short, ugly, angry guy with one good arm who graduated at the bottom of his class and somehow managed to shag a hot heiress and become a contender for president. It seems dangerous to underestimate that guy.”

Scott Adams

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  1. hah Scott Adams has a great blog. Its one of my daily stops in the morning. His political leaning posts are some of the best Ive read. He manages to anger the left and the right at the same time

    Comment by Chris Brewer — July 9, 2008 @ 10:38 am
  2. Point of information, McCain did not graduate at the bottom of his class at Annapolis…he was fifth from bottom (894 out of 899).

    That said, I’m still not voting for him, regardless of how many heiresses, strippers, or lobbyists he’s shagged.

    Comment by UCrawford — July 11, 2008 @ 6:34 am
  3. Pretty much sums it up!

    Comment by Daniel — July 13, 2008 @ 4:44 pm
  4. Obama has lost some of his luster with his FISA vote and breaking his promise on filibustering the bill. I guess it comes down to judges people believe these puppets are going to install. I bet we will end up with judges who support absolute monarchy and defense of guns, or the protection of privacy and the loss of property rights.

    Comment by uhm — July 14, 2008 @ 6:43 am
  5. Why are you wasting good cyber space on Scott Adams’ echo chamber……?

    Comment by jwh — July 17, 2008 @ 3:05 pm

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