Donkashayne? I love that song, and I made up this spelling. I should know it, but it's not coming to my brain right now. Danny Bonaduce is all grown up and pretty horrifying in all the tv reality shows, that I like to watch in some strange way. The latest and worst of all I caught a small glimpse of is him picking a child star! Ouch.
Ya, yuck! Thank god it's all about Shirley, always!
SO- are we gonna be quiet, likewe have for the past 20 years, and vote for the man? Or do we make a women's front ( feminist men welcome!) and say 'we will not vote in your election until you take us seriously!' If I had a young daughter or grand-daughter, I would seriously think about raising her in a country that accepts women in leadership. If you vote and hold your nose, they'll do it again and again and again. This is our moment to say WE MATTER!If Hillary is not on the ticket, please join me in voting for Cynthia McKinney. Or vote for whomever you want just don't swallow anyone's bitter pill.....
I'm sorry but I will vote for Obama, instead of McCain, end of story. Anyone who reads this blog and decides to let McCain win because they are unhappy Hillary did not win is in my opinion not really thinking about the pain and suffering the country will feel without a democrat in the whitehouse. I think you should all get over your sillyness, and be in the present with the way things worked out. I very very very much hope that Hillary is on the ticket and that would be a perfect world, but comeon, think of the horrid alternative.
It's danke schoen, sis.Bobby
Cynthia McKinney? I had to look that one up! O.K., got it! Solsamba, I think we are all feeling the frustration you vocalize, but I won't undermine the Democratic party, whomever the nominee is. McCain would be a travesty, so there-by voting for Cynthia McKinney, not voting, writing Hillary in, voting for Laverne DeFazzio, whatever, doesn't seem like a good idea to me!You can count me in to fight for Hillary as VP though!
You say it well Commandante!
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