… and the Great Pumpkin

Things never to discuss with people: politics and religion. As you may have already noticed by the image below, this is about the former:

Obama Logo

I know some of my readers are supporters of Obama, some of Clinton, and some of McCain. However, this is my blog and he’s my guy. I think he’s got a good outlook on the future of our country. I think he’s an inspiring presence. I believe he is a man of integrity. He reminds me a lot of President Bartlett from “The West Wing.” I agree with many of his positions on the issues that matter to me and I think it would be amazingly awesome if he became our next President.

So yeah, that’s about as political as I get. My future posts this week should be of lighter stuff, I promise.

4 Responses to “… and the Great Pumpkin”

  1. Kimi says:

    It’s your blog – say what you want! 🙂
    I myself have a few reasons to think he’d be a good President.

  2. Kelly says:

    Me too!

    And this evening, there was this dude going door to door reminding folks to vote in the primary. Dad totally invited him in to talk politics, and brought him out to the back deck where Theresa and I were chatting.

    Dad announces him by saying: “This guy’s a Republican!” with a ta-da! hand gesture.
    We all say: …
    I (finally) say: “Hello, Republican!”
    Guy laughs.
    Dad Says: “And he’s voting for Obama!”
    Interesting political discussion ensues.

    But yes, I too will be voting for Obama come May 20th. How exciting that the Oregon primary actually counts for something!!!

  3. Annie says:

    Yeah, the one time the Oregon Primary counts for something, and I get registered in New York! Stupid primary system.

  4. Megs says:

    Obama’s my candidate too, but then you probably knew that already. Speaking of Oregon, I need to call my parents and find out how they’re voting. Mom was leaning Hillary early on and Erv usually goes republican or independent. Mom thinks it’s fun – they cancel each other out just like her parents did. ^_^

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