Thursday, October 05, 2006

Bullets of Ugh

  • Someone actually said, "I'm still voting for Allen, because he's a good Christian." Lady, good Christians don't intimidate people, call attention to their skin color, say "Welcome to America", and then immediately turn the conversation to the war on terror.

  • Foley. Need I say more? On the other hand, I am LOVING how the Republican leadership is digging themselves deeper and deeper into it. I'm loving how they are missing opportunities to look strong and non-partisan. I'm loving how they are all playing hot potato. I just wish Foley had done something less....vile.

8 comments:

Phantom Scribbler said...

From what I've read, it sounds like Allen is the sort of "good Christian" who is very, very anxious that someone might call him a Jew instead.

I'm just glad I don't have to vote in Virginia for this particular race. It would be too tempting to write in Kermit the Frog for Senate. (Yes, I have done that before.)

Angry Pregnant Lawyer said...

I still think Allen will win, BUT the plus side of this whole awful campaign: he will NEVER be president now. So a little good has come out of the Webb-Allen race.

liz said...

I agree with you both.

anne said...

HA!! PS's comment is hysterical and sums him up perfectly!

skyangel said...

Makes me kinda glad I can't vote in the VA election this year (I used to live in Charlottesville when Allen was governor...now I live in Charlotte, NC)

But yeah...Kermit the Frog for Senate! ;)

Annie

Pendullum said...

I love to visit your country... But do not envy your choice in the eloralate process...

Noneuclid said...

Allen re-elected; House Rep page scandal; Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes descending on Virginia. I think all we need now is for a one-legged monkey to give birth to a toaster oven, and it's the start of the Appocalypse.

Shannon said...

"There goes the neighborhood." Too funny.... We've got John Travolta and his low-flying plane over here. Ah well, guess it means the neighborhood is desirable, at least.