Why I'm not a meanie redistributionist.
by AZphilosopher, Wed Oct 29, 2008 at 08:05:42 AM EDT
I have several stories to relate as to why I'm going to be participating in the upcoming Conservative thumping that's about to occur.
It all starts back in 1992, I was a good little communist and I would kick all the appropriate people in the shins. If you had Bush 41 bumper sticker, your shins were going to be sore. I was even president of the local anti-American society at my high school: "The Society of Pointy Heads".
My first reason for not voting for the redistributionist is that I was watching a Clinton speech in 1992 when all of a sudden I laid down on the floor. Then out of the blue, my little 5 pound poodle comes up behind and starts pulling my hair with his vicious doggy teeth. That little five pound ball of terror would make my life miserable. It also happens that little mfer would always wag his fluffy doggy tail whenever then Gov. Clinton would speak. So clearly since all 5 pound dogs support Democrats, I knew at that moment, I had to become a Republican. I stayed in denial until the second slight.
The second slight was in the Society would not follow my orders and write letters telling the Congress not to overly interpret the takings clause of the 5th amendment. The fact that people would not do exactly what I wanted really angers me.
So, in short, I will not be voting for the most liberal Senator on Joe the Plumber's rankings of the most liberal Senators in the US Senate. So you see, it is because of my ideals that I will be starting up the political blog "Palin is 45". In fact, the upcoming conservative tsunami will be so great, our enthusiasm will make up for the 90,000 person deficit and the 22% approval rating. Furthermore, my enthusiasm is so great, I feel the need to convert diehard Democrats to my right thinking ways.