"Desperado, why don't you come to your senses...
Don't you draw the King of Primaries, lass,
He'll beat you when he's able,
The King of smear campaigns is your best bet..."
What the hell was that about?
"Just this amazingly browbeating email campaign that HRC has started off on Obama not being as much of a victor as everybody thinks he is, and that's followed by the best response to such a campaign from the BO camp."
Let's see now!
(few minutes pass...)
Hoho! That was so funny! I actually feel like ROTFLing myself!
"But you know you can't."
Just like somebody knows they can't do something? ;-)
"Yes, they who can't do something, must accept that they can't do something."
Hillary in this instance, right?
But there are other options, besides stuff like this, why can't she be sincere and appeal to the people that it is in their best interest to cast their votes in favour of her?
"Well, I don't know, I think it's a bit too late for that myself."
She's losing it, totally... This is a sign of desperation.
"Hence, I sing... I apologize Kenny."
So, if you were an American cit. and you really gave a hoot about all this, and you did find some time in which you weren't blogging, digging, procrastinating, or being depressed, or Digging, or just sitting around listening to TWiT, or Podrunning, or Facebooking, or worrying about the recession and what it meant from your life in the next few months, or just whining pointlessly, who'd you vote for?
"Whew! that's a lot of ifs!"
Details details. Now tell me.
"Well, I'd probably vote Mr. O. His outsourcing policies may not mean much good for my employment sit-choo-ay-shun, but hell! what the US of A needs is a President with some amount of balance, some sense of what is right, and what is wrong, and the knowledge that the decisions they make affect the lives of not only the people in the country, but also to some extent the people across the world."
So, they must know that everybody is connected to everybody, regardless of their cellphone service being crappy, (or presence of said phone).
"It sums it up. I look at Obama, and I see that kind of a man: a person whose origins are from as far off as Kenya, an impoverished state, with not many moments of glory to be proud of. And now, we see Obama, a man with Kenyan roots nonetheless, running for the one of the most powerful offices in the world."
It gives us all hope: when your parents say "Well, aren't you my little President!" we don't have to just smile and hope that they don't come to expect too much of us. We run for President. But the important thing is, knowing that you're not just running for some title, and a nice office, you're running so that they day you take the oath, you are in a position to change the world, make history (and what could be better than a page on Wikipedia?).
"But power deludes people, if you can be powerful and do the right thing, then you're going to be remembered as one of the very few people who've done so."So, let's make us some diggstory!
"Okay, this Digg blogging thing just doesn't cut it!"
'Cause it don't know nothing 'bout some carriage returns?
"Yes, the damn thing just strung the entire conversation together in one paragraph, removing said car. ret.s"
Maybe the API needs fixing?
"Oi, Kevin, I've found some stuff that needs fixing!"
So, you've never done this before have you?
Nope, I've never blogged something directly from Digg, though I've thought about doing so.
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