I've never been a fan of Sen. John McCain, but I'm especially not impressed with his decision to ask a wife and mother of a large family, including a newborn baby with Down syndrome, to be his running mate.
And while a lady with spunk can certainly prove admirable, a Jezebel with authority is a downright horror story. Moreover, it's not always easy to differentiate between the two - at first, that is.
But let us also consider this: Even if America has become somewhat of a "unisex" society, Russia, China, North Korea and the Muslim powers that hate us are still very much aware of the natural differences between men and women.
Hence, if McCain is unable to finish his term, our foreign enemies will be even more emboldened against us. Why? Because the commander-in-chief of our armed forces will then be wearing panties and a bra. Sorry, but that's just a fact.
Our artificial, politically correct and increasingly absurd society cannot possibly last. Being so out of touch with reality only increases the likelihood that reality will overtake us, just as it already is.
Does this mean that I'm voting for Sen. Barrak Hussein Obama? Absolutely not. There's not enough room on this page to explain all the reasons why I cannot possibly vote for Obama.
But I will tell you this: Regardless of whether Obama loses or wins, I would not be surprised if many of his followers take to the streets. That would be par for the course.
Whatever the outcome, this time I refuse to vote for the poor choices forced on us by the media and the Republican and Democratic parties. While I won't be on a "winning" team, at least I won't be throwing my vote away.
My write-in vote goes to the best candidate that was on the ballot in the primary vote. I cast my vote for U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas.
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