Sunday, March 30, 2008


Hillary Clinton: (n) A unit or tool of strength which is used to rectify the errors of past Republicans.

In reference to the republican-esque college student who asked Chelsea Clinton if the handling of the Monica Lewinski incident revealed weaknesses in Hillary's leadership ability, I feel obligated to say: Shut up!

I am tired of hearing people's opinion that a candidate isn't strong enough to lead, or they do not have enough foreign relations experience or whatever the repetitive verbal sludge is. Look at the current incumbent. Unintelligent, idiotic, misguided, confused, one-track minded, define George W. Bush, and he has gotten the position twice. So, while one might be able to argue that Obama is all of those things that make him not capable of leading, Hillary is far from it.

If anything, the Monica Lewinski incident has shown that Hillary is a strong, capable leader. Most people would have broken down and lost it. Yet, there she is, steadfast and confident in her abilities, making the hard decisions everyday as wife, mother and Senator. Hillary has a vast amount of experience, while Obama has hardly any at all. Hillary has already been in the white house, as first lady, and knows how things operate. This will be a whole new ballgame for Obama.

Obama needs to drop out of the race for the good of the party, for the good of the nation and for the good of himself. He will only get McCain elected. And the media need to be more balanced and end their love affair with Obama. I can't believe they are denying the grand abilities that a Clinton can bring to the White House.

A Clinton can get it done. Vote for Hillary.

Monday, March 24, 2008

"Dr. Death" Kevorkian plans to run for Congress

Jack Kevorkian, assisted suicide advocate known as "Doctor Death", famous for helping over 100 people end their lives through euthanasia, said on Monday he will run for the U.S. Congress.

The 79-year-old pathologist announced his bid to run as an independent less than a year after being released from prison where he served eight years for second-degree murder.

"I have no ties, no fetters. I am free," Kevorkian told reporters, adding that he planned to run against the "tyranny" of the U.S. Supreme Court which he said has robbed Americans of their rights.

I am not gonna discuss Kevorkian's past and one's right to euthanasia if they so choose. But while thinking about Kevorkian as congressman, I can't help but to shiver.

So, convicted felons can't vote in elections, yet hey can run for office? He hasn't got the 3000 petition signatures needed in order to run, but let's see if he gets them. I don't know what kind of chance he has in Detroit, but I would imagine very low. Interesting nonetheless.

Saturday, March 22, 2008


The County Dems Coming soon!

Sunday, March 09, 2008