. . . because I couldn't find a decent cilice in my size.
Not that I'm a source of great wisdom, but I've been posting about this very question today.Check my most recent posts at the Soccer Mom site.
I was really excited when Fred Thompson was talking about getting into the race. When he did, I yawned and looked for another candidate.If Ron Paul wasn't crazy, and had a chance, I would have voted for him. Rudy disappointed me after he got out of the race by endorsing McCain, and so, lesser of the evils, I cast my ballot for Romney. I doubt that he can beat McCain in Arizona, but I wouldn't vote for McCain.Ok, use an expression from a radio show, "If you had a gun to your head" would you vote for McCain or Hillary if they were the candidates. When I asked my better half that question she said pull the trigger.
I feel like I need to shower at the thought of either choice, frankly...McCain and Lieberman watched the Superbowl together...Romney looks like a Ken doll....Gaaaahhhhhh!
Romney's the one I held my nose to vote for. **** McPain, he's the one that messed up the entire election cycle with his so called "campaign finance reform" which only serves the well known candidates, and forces a lot of spending early on, not giving campaigns a chance to shake out. See my blog entry for today.
I'm voting for Ron Paul. I say that and let the chips fall where they may.I know about the 9/11 truther stuff, but Paul is the only consistently pro-life, pro-marriage, pro-family, and fiscally conservative candidate out there.
As it happened, I got stuck in a meeting and had to race to take my kids and myself to Tae Kwan Do class, so I did not vote.Walter, you had your chance! A justifiable defense to manslaughter - "Your Honor, she did instruct me at that moment to discharge the gun . . ." In Arizona, I think you could get away with that. Reminds me of the time my father back in the 80's said, "I could die happy if the Giants won the Super Bowl." The next year they did, and as we were all hooting and hollering, my mother calmly walked into the bedroom and came out with his .357 magnum. When my father said, "Dottie, what the hell did you get the gun for?", my mother reminded him of his previous statement and added, "I just wanted to give you your dying wish!" That was one of Mom's funnier moments.
Digi! You're supposed to crawl over broken glass to get to the polls! You have to show the kidlets a good example!Karen
Even if the example involves demolishing a polling station....Karen
I cast my vote for the Parson, he carried Tennessee-it was obvious to me that at the end of the day, he was the most pro-life candidate.
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