Thursday, October 26, 2006

What is the write-in's plan for Iraq?

The chron again.

Republican write-in candidate Shelley Sekula-Gibbs doesn't detail her stand on the war, except to say that she supports the president's war on terror and opposes an early withdrawal.

Sekula-Gibbs is struggling to gain a foothold in the staunchly Republican district once represented by House Majority Leader Tom DeLay because of her late entry, write-in status and a shortage of campaign cash.

Another "stay the course"...more of the same conservative. While most republican candidates are running from the MisLeader, this one is salivating just to get a little attention from probably the worst president ever.

Meanwhile Veterans of Foreign Wars PAC has endorsed Nick Lampson. I guess they like his plan.

Update: Speaking of "stay the course". Her is nice nice little song for ya.

The “He Misled” Theme Song (Song Parody)
The “He Misled” Theme Song (Sing to the Mr. Ed Theme Song.)
By Madeleine Begun Kane

Bush never said “stay the course,” of course.
And no one can challenge this ass of horse.
He lies, perforce, to change the course of election day ahead.
Go right to the source. He’ll lie of course.
Won’t give you an answer that you’ll endorse.
He’s never on a truthful course.
Lies you will be fed.
Pundits yakkity yak a streak and waste your time of day.
And talking heads will rarely challenge the lies that the Bushies say.
George Dubya has no remorse, of course,
And Georgie will lie till his voice is hoarse.
He’d love to rule all the world by force.

But listen to this:

Happy days ahead!

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