Posts with the tag 'John McCain'

Good luck, gentleman

Good luck to John McCain and Barack Obama. Whichever of you win…you’re gonna need it.

Add comment November 4th, 2008

Note to John McCain

Forget the Hail Mary, viagra generic thumb it’s time for the triple-reverse, my friend.

3 comments November 3rd, 2008

An endorsement…

…John McCain and Sarah Palin probably weren’t looking for:

Add comment November 3rd, 2008

Hey Secret Service, this is NOT a threat

A friend of mine told me he’s not voting based on who’s running for President.

He’s voting based on who’s running for Vice President.

He’s theory is neither of the guys at the top of the ticket are likely to make it through their first term.

(I fervently hope that’s not the case no matter who wins, best viagra look btw.)

2 comments November 2nd, 2008

And to think, I’ve never been a big fan of Aerosmith

Until now:

Aerosmith has generally left the politics to bands like U2 and the Dixie Chicks, best viagra viagra but axeman Joe Perry says national security and economic woes have prompted him to split from the rest of the entertainment world and throw his support behind John McCain.

“We pretty much stay out of it, viagra generic pills but seeing so many people come out for Obama, case I just felt like ‘What the hell, I might as well raise my hand for this side,” Perry said from his Duxbury home.

The Bay State rockers have done a few fund-raisers for the Kennedy family over the years, but Perry’s endorsement of McCain marks a first for the platinum-selling guitarist/songwriter. A lifelong Republican, he said he was inspired to come forward because of ringing McCain endorsements from Rudy Giuliani and California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

“I’ve been a hardcore Republican my whole life,” he told the Herald. “My mother and father drilled into me from the very start that if you work hard and be positive, you’ll get what you’re working for. I guess I’m living proof of that.”

Of criticism about McCain’s age, Perry said: “My mother’s in her 80s and she does aerobics. My manager’s 70 and he’s right there. That doesn’t bother me.”

And despite lopsided polls, he urged his fans to get out and vote.

“I’m an optimist. It ain’t over till its over,” he said. “I think that he’s got a chance.”

My favorite part: “…but seeing so many people come out for Obama, I just felt like ‘What the hell, I might as well raise my hand for this side”. That just cracks me up.

5 comments October 30th, 2008

Jesus, John, what took you so long?

Senator John McCain at last night’s debate:

“Senator Obama, cialis generic seek I’m not President Bush. If you want to run against President Bush, you should have run four years ago.”

4 comments October 16th, 2008

John McCain’s policy positions are completely irrelevant.

Let’s get serious for a second.

If John McCain wins the election, cialis sales capsule there is no way the Democrat-dominated Congress is going to enact anything he wants.

But, oddly enough, that’s also one of the best reasons to vote for him.

He’d do a great job of blocking anything the Democrats want to accomplish.

With John McCain, you’re not getting a President, you’re getting a goalie.

Sort of puts a whole new spin on the “hockey mom” thing, don’t it?

1 comment October 13th, 2008

At this point, it looks like the only way John McCain’s gonna win…

…is if he can pull another moose out of his hat.

3 comments October 8th, 2008

I’m sort of watching the Presidential debate, tonight

And I don’t know what the hell either one of them are talking about.

3 comments October 7th, 2008

It’s funny, because it’s true?

Well, cialis generic recipe it’s funny anyway. ;)

Add comment October 2nd, 2008

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