So it's coming to election season. Only a few short weeks left. This one really snuck up on us, didn't it? I mean I haven't hardly seen any of the candidates campaigning in the last 18 months. All of a sudden we have to make a choice?
So anyway, I just have to take a very brief moment to express my grief over the Grand Old Party's choice for its presidential candidate, as well as for that candidate's capricious choice of a running mate. I don't need to mention the many inequitable claims and mudslinging ads that McCain has made in the recent months, but I am really beginning to question his character and decision-making prowess.
How can we possibly ratify a vice-presidential candidate that we know nothing about? Palin's office was enshrouded in secrecy and driven by an agenda similar to what we currently see in Washington. Now McCain is hopping onto the "Change" bandwagon, but I don't think that much would change with them in office. Sadly enough, I think that if the election were between McCain and Bush (and this is Sean speaking), I would definitely consider voting in Bush for a third term. And that's saying something very loudly, considering that I supported Mayor Rocky Anderson in his endeavors to impeach the chief-of-staff and his partner in crime. I also eagerly await Vincent Bugliosi's to make the Bush administration culpable for war crimes associated with the Iraq war.
Luckily for us, we don't need to choose between Bush and McCain: