I Can’t Look At These People Anymore

January 9, 2008 at 5:08 pm | Posted in America, Video | 3 Comments
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Adam Reilly of the Boston Phoenix linked to this video recently, which gives some useful insight into the type of ingrates who reside in New Hampshire and gave Hillary Clinton a much-needed boost last night.

I know it’s early in The Process, but this morning I feel dejected and scared.  I was just learning to pull my pud as a blossoming eighth grader when George H.W. Bush took office.  If Hillary spends the next eight years as president, I’ll be in my early forties by the time the Bush/Clinton dynasty comes to its merciful end.  Probably too old to even get it up anymore.

No one sees a problem with this?  No one else feels just a little bored? 

No one would like to see a…wait for it…you know you want it…you know you love it…a CHANGE?  Just a different fucking face, for Christ sake?  I don’t want to look at Bill’s pale withdrawn mug any longer!  He gives me the heebie jeebies!


On a related note, if I hear one more candidate or pundit say “change” again, I will vomit.  Perhaps this is my own fault.  I need to stop paying attention for a while.  Maybe I’ll go to a diner and stick my head in a plate of eggs like all these Granite State dolts. 

Here’s a wonderful YouTube clip by a true agent of ch-ch-ch-ch-change, David Bowie.  It has nothing to do with anything, but it always makes me laugh.  And laughter, on this dark, dark morn, is necessary.



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  1. I admit that I sort of felt a sinking feeling while watching Barack Obama give another amazing speech. New Hampster strikes again.

  2. Lucy, try changing your stance on change with a little change. Isn’t it funny how the ones pushing “change” the most have been the ones most embedded in our stagnant do-nothing political system? Argh.

  3. What do we want?!


    When do we want it?!


    Get off your lazy ass and make me laugh bitch

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