Friday, November 7, 2008

Change! Yippee.

To steal a phrase from my favorite news anchor, Kent Brochman (who has more credibility than any non-animated news anchors, these days): I, for one, welcome our new alien overlords. You can laugh or you can cry; I prefer to laugh.

Here are some funnies to get you started. Click the links to read the entire column:
Election Analysis: America Can Take Pride In This Historic, Inspirational Disaster

So for now, let's put politics aside and celebrate this historic milestone. In his famous speech at the Lincoln Memorial 45 years ago, Dr. King said "I have a dream that one day my children will live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." Let us now take pride that Tuesday we Americans proved that neither thing matters anymore.

Southpark weighs in:

And one last thing! Palin 2012! Stop dissing Sarah Palin. Her selection as VP was the best thing about the McCain campaign.

Ann Coulter and I agree:
Like Sarah Connor in "The Terminator," Sarah Palin is destined to give birth to a new movement. That's why the Democrats are trying to kill her. And Arnold Schwarzenegger is involved somehow, too. Good Lord, I'm tired.


For now, we have a new president-elect. In the spirit of reaching across the aisle, we owe it to the Democrats to show their president the exact same kind of respect and loyalty that they have shown our recent Republican president.

Starting tomorrow, if not sooner.

Welcome to the next four years! My sunny predictions for what HOPEANDCHANGE will look like: 1) more war, not less, in the Mid East, with a good possibility of out right nuclear warfare between Iran and Israel; 2) massive energy shortages in the US - the gas line and the rolling blackout are the new breadline; 3) another terrorist attack or a slew of smaller ones; and 4) a whole lotta disappointed dems when they figure out they still have to work for a living and pay their mortgage. The beauty of being a conservative is, if my world view is correct then in a few years I get to say "I told you so" and enthusiastically support Sarah Palin in 2012. If my world view is wrong, then I still get to enjoy the socialist utopia along with everyone else -- that is, unless Billy Ayers gets those re-education camps up and running in less than 4 years. Gulp.

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