Wednesday, May 07, 2008

The Working Man's Fairweather Friend

Don't be fooled. Just don't.


Blogger American Girl said...

Is training people to blast the tops off mountains for the coal industry what he's refering to when he speaks of new jobs and technology?

Don't worry Aaron about Americans falling for such empty promises. As George Bush pointed out there's an old saying in Tennessee, "Fool me once, uh, won't get fooled again."

2:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My mentor and secret crush guy talked me into voting for Hillary but make no mistake if Obama is the nominee in the Fall I will vote for him. Taking a cue from the now deceased (God will get ya) Jerry Falwell who said, "I would vote for the devil himself before I would vote for Hillary" (I'm sure satan thanked him for that when they met)I hope that most of the Clinton supporters will rally around Obama and not vote for the Devil himself that the Republicans have running. Ed

3:02 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Sarah: Actually, I think he's talking about the fast-food hairnets that are complicated to unfold and wear...and I just love a President who can misquote The Who.

Now let's hear him sing "Smash the Mirror." And then DO it.

Ed: Let's hope that most people are paying really close attention to McCain's background. We know that the "regular working folks" didn't back the Sugar-Hubby candidate (Kerry) in 2004, so let's hope they don't do it this time either. (And beer money is more sinful than ketchup/pickle money, so the religious right should remember THAT too!)

4:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those self-rightous bastards will over-look any moral issues with their own party members. Nobody ever klilled anyone after eating too many pickles. They touted marriage and forgivness until Bill Clinton strayed and then they hated Hillary because she stood by her man. The two-faced sob's! (Sorry, I get all carried away sometimes but it makes me so fucking frustrated) Ed

4:59 PM  

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