It has been a big week, and yesterday was a HUGE day in politics. I’m sure thousands (if not millions) of you logged on to see what I had to say about Barack’s speech and McCain’s VEEP pick.
Sorry for the disappointment.
Let me just say that instead, I focused on singing a lot of Karaoke last night. ‘Nuff said.
For those of you who wondered why I gave so much coverage to the DNC this week, don’t you fear. I will be putting the same amount of scrutiny into the upcoming RNC. So stay tuned.
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Continuing this online knock-down-drag-out yet another day, I have to comment on Hillary’s speech last night.
First of all: wardrobe. I know that it seems like a stereotypically unfair way to start my evaluation of this speech. But I’m just going to say: women, it’s your own dang fault. You have an INFINITELY larger range of styles and colors that one could don for this occasion. If you only had the foresight to be as boring and predictable as the men…
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Last night I watched most of the highlights of the Democratic National Convention. I’m not a Democrat, but I feel it’s my civic duty to listen to the hot air blow from both parties in order to make an informed, independent decision.
Last night’s headliner was Michelle Obama, and can I just say that I am now more excited about Michelle than I am about Barack and McCain combined? Call me young and idealistic, but you can’t help but watch her and be amazed by her beautiful vision of our country. And man can this woman can give a speech!
Forget Barack… I want Michelle Obama for President! At least she can get through a complete thought without pausing awkwardly in the middle, like Barack.
(Someone does need to teach her the right way to say “Iraq”, though. The public television people are probably curled in the fetal position over in the corner…)