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Friday, August 29, 2008

Tres Haikus @ 5:07am PST

John McCain's VP
His winning pick of Sarah
Obama blew it.

She's Alaska Gov.
Mitt Romney won't be the guy.
Take it from me, pals.

Obama ran zip.
Not even a law firm, FOOL!
My name's Haikula!

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Suddenly, that Obama coronation seems like yesterday's news. Well, it really IS yesterday's news.

With Sarah Palin (rhymes with Van Halen) has energy quals, and international relations with her across-the-water Russian counterparts, I picked her how many weeks ago? I also picked Biden on 8/17, 5 days before the Obama announcement on 8/22, right here on MayorSam. And do we need to mention that she is a very attractive mother of five? And, men, did you know that in a previous incarnation, she used to be a television sports reporter and can handle a gun! Talk about resonating with Hillary's 18 million supporters, suburbanites, conservatives, and the 45 million single, divorced or widowed women in the United States!

Look for Mayor Scuzzaraigosa to switch allegiances again! To the good looking female nominee!

Meanwhile, McCain aired this classy congratulations to Obama yesterday.

Could I be wrong? Will it be Meg Whitman of eBay? I no thinkie, but you tell me!

This blog is taking too much of my positive crystalline energy! Higby, Valley Doll, Joe B. and Red Spot! Take the steering wheel! I will be back later to annoy the dum dums!

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This would be an interesting race.

...While other Democrats, including San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, are launching exploratory committees and hiring consultants, she (FEINSTEIN)already has a campaign team, a large pool of donors and a network of supporters ready if she runs.

The question of whether Feinstein will jump into the governor's race two years from now, when Arnold Schwarzenegger is termed out of office, is one of the hottest topics in California politics. Most of the state's top Democrats are eyeing the race, including Newsom, Attorney General Jerry Brown, Lt. Gov. John Garamendi, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and state Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell.But Feinstein is such a well-known and well-liked figure among California voters that her entry likely would push most other Democrats out of the race. A private poll last month showed Feinstein far outpacing Brown, a former governor, 50 percent to 24 percent, with Garamendi at 10 percent

August 29, 2008 6:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Palin is anti-choice (bad), anti- uni healthcare (no one has a real "solution" whether universal with tax incentives or non=uni with tax incentives -- no one's taking on the insurers in a way that would matter); she's pro-NRA (makes sense for Alaska but not for cities -- that means the same laws must apply to the hoods and barrios in the projects), in short, not in any way someone who'll draw the Hillaristas. Plus, has been Gov for a mere 1 1/2 years, making McCian's claims that Obot's not experienced enough look shallow.

And I don't like Obot at all, this is just too bad.

August 29, 2008 9:19 AM  

Blogger haikula said:

Since when is universal healthcare a good thing, either healthcare wise or financially?

It's sinking Canada. This isn't a socialist state.

OH, and if Obama is going to cut taxes for the bottom 95% earners, how is he going to raise $150 billion for energy?????? And then how is he supposed to pay for uni healthcare while cutting taxes???

Can't be done. As Bush I said, "Not gonna do it."

A five year old can figure that out.

August 29, 2008 10:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Obama suggested Universal health care in his speech? Must have missed that part.

Insurance available for all and universal health care are very different beasts.

August 29, 2008 12:21 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Prop R went back to court this week. Can anyone post an update to what happened.

Let's get these councilmembers out of office.

August 29, 2008 6:31 PM  

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