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I think my favorite quote from Hillary Clinton in the entire political season came less than a week ago. If memory serves, she said something along the lines of, “Asking the Republicans to save the government is like asking the iceberg to save the Titanic.” USA! USA! USA!

I also saw a poll this morning that said elderly white women have shifted their support from Obama to McCain since Palin joined the McCain ticket. What happened to those comments Hillary had about supporting the party, you silly lilly livered Wonderbreads? Palin is, as objectively as I can put this, nuttier than squirrel poop and stands for nothing that Hillary did.

Also, this thing she has about experience…she was what? A mayor and now she’s governor? Her comments about how she’s had more experience as mayor of a small town in one of the smallest states in the union (population, not size) than a community organizer are, strictly speaking, insane. I would be more than pleased to see her attempt community organizing in Chicago. Obama also became a Senator, which is also clearly anything but experience. You’re absolutely right–because you know who else was a Senator? That McCain character. Clearly not fit to lead. Speaking of which, remember the last person who was a governor before they became President? I think we all know how well that worked out.

Also, is it just me, or was the best part about the Republican National Convention Triumph the Insult Comic Dog?

Dear Republicans,

I think it’d be great if you stopped pooping on America in the name of Patriotism, Terrorism and lower taxes.

Thanks,

Chris

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