Thursday, November 6, 2008

Ralph Nader Now Officially a Crazy Old Man

Ralph Nader, the consumer advocate turned professional political sideshow, was interviewed by Fox News on Election Night and asked about this statement he'd made earlier on a radio show:

"To put it very simply, he [Barack Obama] is our first African American president, or he will be. And we wish him well. But his choice, basically, is whether he is going to be Uncle Sam for the people of this country or Uncle Tom for the giant corporations."

Surely, you'd like to believe that Nader could have made his point without using a racial slur, wouldn't you? Or is he just a relic of days gone by and doesn't realize how stupid his statement was?

It is now time for Nader to slink away and live the remainder of his life out of the public lime light. What a sad way for someone who was a crusader, of sorts, to go out.

By the Way...

...good riddance Elizabeth Dole. I was pleased to see her voted out after she went out of her way to accuse her Democratic challenger of hanging out with atheists. True, the challenger denied it and distanced herself from atheism, but it was good to see that such stupid "attacks" did her no good.

Office of the President-Elect

It looks like Barack Obama will utilize social media and networking as part of his administration, not just his campaign. Check out the "Office of the President Elect" at

Wednesday, November 5, 2008


End Of Election Causes Obsessive Obama Supporters To Realize How Empty Their Lives Are

The Onion's Election Map

The election map put together by the folks at The Onion is actually quite amusing. Take a minute to click on over and view it here.

My favorite part is "the forbidden zone."

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Election 08

You Know Your Campaign is in Trouble...

...when Whitesnake complains that you are using their music!


David Sedaris has an excellent piece in the New Yorker on undecided voters. You really ought to read it...

I found it to be hilarious, but then again I am a long-time Sedaris reader and fan.

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