Saturday, December 08, 2007

Progressives, Their Nuts and My Endorsement

Molten Eagle (an independent voter) has been steadfast and bipartisan in opposition to lawyers in public office. In my opinion, nothing will weaken and defeat our military faster and erode our economy and public education quicker than the collegiality of lawyers in public office. We must each vote as we continue to see fit. This implies that our eyes be wide open and our minds engaged at least every so often. We have choices beyond admitted lawyers, those who hide that they are, and those who wish they were.

Yet, the times may call for an exception to anything. After giving her prospects much thought, I am endorsing the underbitch (a female underdog) for the DNC's presidential nomination in '08. By voting for this lawyer the electorate may finally prove, once and for all, the absence of sexist and racial biases. How so racial, you ask? Because she is married to our nation's first black president.

Dec 8, 2007 - ATLANTA (AP) -
In a media interview posted online, [Andrew] Young also quipped that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton has her husband behind her, and that "Bill is every bit as black as Barack. He's probably gone with more black women than Barack," Young said of former President Clinton, drawing laughter from a live television audience. source

Democrats now call themselves Progressives or Democratics. The original leader of the Progressive movement (and former employer of Andrew Young, whom in 1977 he appointed to become U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.) was President James E. Carter. Carter's campaign symbol was the peanut. In those days, Republican states were still BLUE.

Since then, every Progressive candidate has been symbolized by a nut. Although the peanut is really a legume (vegetable), some say legumes best symbolized the epitome of Carter's machismo.

Jumping forward to 2007, Barack Obama's campaign symbol is the Persian walnut, which like all walnuts, has a pith containing air spaces, and chambers of brownish color.

John Edward's symbol is the Butternut (Juglans cinerea), also occasionally known as the White Walnut. In some areas, 90% of the Butternut trees have been killed by a canker disease. Butternut wood is light in weight and takes polish well. [ibid].


Hillary Clinton's nut is the Beech (Fagus). The fruit of the beech, called "Beechnuts", are found in small burrs that drop in Autumn. They may taste sweet, but they contain organic substances which are toxic. Some suggest Hillary may be unelectable. I say she can when hell freezes over [sic]. The first female, the first black president's wife, and the most experienced candidate where it counts most - in the lawyerly skills: footdragging, stonewalling, namecalling, conspiracy identification, and investments. C'mon vote for Old Hillary at least in one precinct!



At 09 December, 2007 06:09, Blogger Rick "Doc" MacDonald said...

Hysterical! Too funny. Thanks for the posting. It's great to start the day off with a laugh.


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