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Monday, October 27, 2008

There is no doubt in my mind that John McCain will be our next President

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You heard it here first; John McCain will be our next president. How can I speak so boldly of the occurrence of future events in the face of evidence to the contrary? It all has to do with my perspective as an immigrant to this country, the bias of people of prominence who just want Obama to win and the shear silliness of what this man is proposing for America.

First, as an immigrant to this country I have the unique ability and privilege to observe you Americans from a more objective point of view, which probably explains why I am a conservative (culturally speaking I should be a Democrat). Now the fact that I am an outsider, at least initially, has allowed me to observe the silliness of liberalism without the baggage of racial oppression, even though my own country of Jamaica was racially oppressed first by Spain and then by England. I have also been able to observe (and this is most important) the center-right nature of the American population and your distaste for laziness. These two facts are in your blood and DNA sequencing and it will not allow the American population to vote in a fashion that will put the most liberal politician to ever run for president in the White House.

Second, note the bias of people granted an open microphone. Let me illustrate this by way of a story, Do you guys remember the Columbine High School massacre? Two kids created what must have been a small taste of hell in the school that day. Isn’t it something to behold how so few can influence so many when the right instrument of influence is used? To those kids it must have seemed like the muzzle of a gun was around every corner. This is the phenomenon that has engulfed our nation right now. Every time you open a paper or turn on a television you are told that John McCain is all but done, like a Thanksgiving Day turkey. I really believe that the constant bombardment of this anti McCain-Palin campaign can and I believe is intentionally being used to intimidate voters. This is a ploy however that will not work in a voting booth.

Lastly, let me start by giving you in a nutshell what is Obama’s political platform: Socialism is awesome and keep your pro-life hands of my body. Well the fact is, socialism is not awesome; in fact it fails wherever it is tried and abortions are on the decline, need I say more. If Obama thinks it’s so cool to spread the wealth around rich to poor then why doesn’t he give John McCain half his campaign contributions so that they can operate with the same cash flow? That of course would be absurd and the American people think it is absurd too.

Mark my words, John McCain will be our next President and all of you will come to a deeper appreciate my political insights and quite frankly my genius.

Danian Michael for,
Political Agenda.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can only say that I hope you are right and that the American people vote on logic...not emotion. Sadly, we may have already been duped by this cross between movitational speaker and used car salesman...a younger, better looking Walter Mondale (and even farther to the left)....

October 29, 2008 at 6:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

America is a country of hard-workers, I believe--at least historically.

Per editorial cartoonist Mike Peters, it seems that most of those asking for political "change" are like those begging for it on the street corners of America's cities.

I just hope there's enough of us workers out there.

--Sohpop

October 29, 2008 at 12:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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November 21, 2009 at 9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't stop posting such themes. I love to read stories like this. BTW add some pics :)

January 22, 2010 at 9:51 PM  

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