Vote Or …Don’t

September 29, 2008 at 12:35 pm 1 comment

The past two weeks have been a roller coaster for the news media.  Between the proposed plan of spending $700 billion of taxpayer’s money to “fix” the international financial crisis, to every idiotic thing Sarah Palin has said or done, and the drama of the first 2008 Presidential debate, it seemed like even the 24-hour news cycle had trouble keeping up.

Honestly, that’s the trouble with the media.  They’re under so much pressure to be “objective” and “unbiased” and not “lying sacks of shit” that there’s no room for any real analysis of the information they present.  Fortunately, America has one person willing to state the truth:

That’s right. Sean “P. ‘Puff “Puffy” Daddy’ Diddy” Combs’ is the true voice of our generation.  I can’t think of any greater representation of my opinions of just how much, indeed, John McCain is “buggin”.  And no one in the political arena has ever before echoed my views on precisely how many black people live in Alaska.  Most importantly, though, is Diddy’s raw expression of joy and passion for the political process; namely, gleefully spinning around on a child’s merry-go-round while shouting incoherently about things he doesn’t understand.  And that, friends, is what it means to be an American.


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Paul Newman, RIP “They Want Mama To Make It All Better”

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. alisaurus  |  September 29, 2008 at 1:03 pm

    john mccain IS bugging the fuck out. i feel like this is the equivalent of drunk history for the ’08 election.


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