Saturday, October 2, 2010

Vote Democratic Part 3

Bill Maher says it best this week:
When it comes to voting, when we only have two choices, you got to grow up and realize there's a big difference between a disappointing friend and a deadly enemy.
I'm as disappointed with Obama as anyone and I had few expectations. Way back at the beginning I said I didn't think he would make a great president because he really isn't a progressive, that I'd be happy if I could get health insurance, which I am just about to sign up for.

But no matter how disappointed we are there is still a HUGE difference between the dems and the pubs. Bill continues:
The Democrats have a D because they barely pass but you know why the Republican symbol is R? Because it's the noise a pirate makes when he robs you and feeds you to a shark.
Here is his latest New Rules:


astasia said...

Obama hasn't truly disappointed me. He has governed from the middle, as expected. He hasn't changed everything, because it is only once in a century that everything really changes. His intentions are good and he tries to employ the right methods to reach his goals - that is so much more than I can say for Republican candidates (especially their newest fanatical tea party wing).

Lorena said...

I heard that comment from Maher, and I liked it.

It reminded of a sign J. Steward showed on the Daily Show, while advertising his October 30 rally,

"I Disagree With You, But I'm Pretty Sure You're Not Hitler"

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