Friday, October 26, 2012

Your First Time

Ladies, ladies, ladies....
I tell you all the time when your boyfriend/baby-daddy/significant other has done you wrong and you're late for work....

You need to find somebody who isn't going to run up your credit cards, spend a third of your paycheck before you ever see it, and get in fights with everyone in the neighborhood. Especially in Middle Eastern neighborhoods.  

You need someone who will give you a choice.  In everything. 

You don't need a Chicago Machine con artist. 

You need you some Gary Johnson. 

Here's the latest ad from the girls in Barack Obama's stable, and it's the most bizarre thing I've seen in a long, long time....  They say he's going to treat you right, don't they?  But how's he been for you the last four years?  Men ALWAYS pound on the door when you've locked 'em out, and they always promise to change, don't they? 




5 comments:

CenTexTim said...

Allen, this should make you happy.

I just got back from early voting and, after much soul-searching, pulled the lever for Johnson-Gray.

I only did so because Texas is going for Romney no matter how I vote. If I lived in a swing state where the obama/Romney race was close I would have voted for Mitt.

I know you don't agree, but IMO there are significant differences between the two. I'd hate to see Johnson pull enough votes to return obama to office.

One the other hand, I'd love to see Johnson win.

But realistically, that ain't gonna happen...

Harper said...

pulled the lever for Johnson-Gray

Heh, heh...exactly how do they conduct voting down there?

CenTexTim said...

pulled the lever for Johnson-Gray

We're just simple country folk. We don't cotton much to new-fangled gadgets like electronic voting machines.

When I go to Vegas I refuse to play video slot machines. If I can't pull a lever I ain't gonna put money into it.

The Whited Sepulchre said...

CenTex, you are correct ! This makes me very, very happy.
Please help me work on Harper. She's too smart to be chasing after big-spending Republicans.

Harper said...

I voted for 14 Libertarians today. My 18-year old, having discussed it in her Texas government class, pointed out the number of offices that only had one choice - and in this state, all of those choices had an R next to their name. Why don't the other parties even put candidates up?