Tuesday, May 06, 2008

78 degrees and sunny.

Whichever one of the pompous suckweasels has the larger support base amongst the slackers, ne'er-do-wells, and welfare leeches is going to win this one, as they can safely venture to the polls without Mother Nature mussing their coiffures or raining on their iPods.

If it was raining, I'd give the sure nod to Hils, as the hard gynocratic core of her support would charge a wall of bayonets for der fuehrerette; Barry has more appeal among the college-age slacker crowd, who are more likely to be dissuaded into staying home and lighting another bhang by a little rain. I'm gonna say the weather throws this one to The Man From Hope And Change by a squeaker.


Anonymous said...

I'm voting today but not for those two.

Roberta X said...

There's another factor; a significant amount of GOP crossover voting for the (according to many pundits) more-beatable Senator Clinton.

Will that balance out the slackers and other casual voters? Ya got me.

Joe Powell said...

any insight to this notion of a 'more-beatable Clinton'? i mean, when was it that the GOP defeated Bill or Hill?

Tam said...

I think Hillary didn't pick New York out of a hat when it came to a place to unpack her carpetbag.

For reasons right or wrong, Hillary is the single most divisive figure in national politics since Dick Nixon. I know plenty of otherwise-reliable Democrats who voted for Bill twice who think that Hils was Bill's Eleanor. Any time Bill did something they didn't like, "That woman must've put him up to it!"

Fuzzy Curmudgeon said...

I voted Pubbie because of the down-ballot races.

Wasn't all wasted, though. Threw a vote to Romney just so I could stick a metaphorical finger in McCain's eye.