Saturday, October 11, 2008

New Stratagy...

I don't think the McCain Camp is trying to win any more. They do, however, have a "new strategy" they are using. "A strategy to do what?" one might ask. Well, before I go into my "conspiracy theory" on this one...

Useful Analogy:
Well, this isn't so much an analogy as it is an appropriate story that I think will help explain my conspiracy theory. When my sister and brother-in-law lived in Birmingham, they rented a house to some tenants. Well, for what ever reason the tenants couldn't pay their rent any longer and my sister and husband hand to start the eviction process. The tenants eventually left the property but they had all but ransacked the place before they vacated. Holes in the walls, doors detached from hinges and "extra love" left in the toilets. The newly evicted wanted my sister and husband to enjoy their place as little as possible and the former tenants did what they could to ensure that.

New Stategy:
I think that McCain and the republicans, just want the country to be as divided as possible so that the Obama Administration will have a "less effective" term in office. That sucks! I think that John Lewis hit the nail on the head when he siad, "in the not too distant past, there was a governor of the state of Alabama named George Wallace who also became a presidential candidate. George Wallace never threw a bomb. He never fired a gun, but he created the climate and the conditions that encouraged vicious attacks against innocent Americans who were simply trying to exercise their constitutional rights. Because of this atmosphere of hate, four little girls were killed on Sunday morning when a church was bombed in Birmingham, Alabama."

I'm Thed Weller and I approve this message.

6 comments:

Blog Queen said...

Lewis had to backtrack and tone down his rhetoric just a bit (for the sake of politics) But he hit the nail right dead on the head.

McCain and Palin have stirred in many what had lay dormant and concealed for so many years. Now, it's fresh and alive again.

They have single handedly endangered Obama and his entire family. I hope they're satisfied.

Country first my Ass!!!

Thed-litical said...

yeah he back tracked because this country has an overall problem with hearing the "naked truth" and it's politically "un-safe" to say certain things in mixed company.

Slyde said...

i think mccains and palins latest "4th quarter" tirade hinting that obama associates with terrorists is disgusting.

Honestly the 2 of them make me sick. We are currently up 10 pts in the polls.... im hoping we can keep this momentum until voting day.

Thed-litical said...

@slyde:
I couldn't agree more...i'm predicting a landslide victory!

Manchild said...

Hello Thed,

Although it's true that desperate people still do desperate things, Sen. John McCain's adolescent behavior is inexcusable. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama give me hope for a better,more inclusive America.

The whole world is watching and waiting to see what American voters will choose to do come November 4, 2008. For the sake of our children, we cannot afford to get it wrong again.

I can't wait to see President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama moving into the Whitehouse. Imagine that!

Yes, I'm a first-time visitor.

Manchild

Thed-litical said...

@Manchild: Thanks for falling through and making your thoughts visible! I TOO am impatiently waiting for Jan. 20th 2009!