A one-time school project gone terribly, terribly wrong.

04 February 2008

O Please, O God Pleeeeze!

Hey God--Look, are you still pissed about that atheism thing? Well, like many atheists do (usually in fox holes, apparently, but I digress), I've come crawling back to ask a wee favour.

I want you to make sure John McCain is the Republican presidential nominee. OpleaseOpleaseOplease God, hear me, an 'umble atheist.

Because Crazy Annie Coulter, the foaming mad tranny hack of the so-far-right-they-couldn't-see-reason-through-a-telescope, has made her own little campaign promise. And I'm betting that even You can't make her follow through on it.

If McCain gets the Republican nomination, Crazy Annie has promised to campaign for Hilary Clinton!

And O sweet Jaysus, I want to watch her head explode when she tries.


At 12:18 p.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Metro-Boy

A broad like Ann Coulter would make most reasonable men choose to chop their dick off rather than come within 100 metres of her. Cripes!

I hope your prayer comes true.


At 5:14 p.m., Blogger Slave to the dogs said...

I heard that over the weekend and I share your sentiments. That will be great fun to watch. She's such a raving bitch.

I'm an Obama supporter, but it would be entertaining to watch the embolisms that Rush, Hannity, et al give themselves if Hillary gets elected.

At 9:01 p.m., Blogger Metro said...

My dream ticket was Obama/Edwards, but I'd settle for Obama/Clinton.

Maybe that's what the US needs as the anti-Bush. Instead of a Republican-dystopia idealist propelled by an eminence grise we could get an idealist enabled by a pragmatic politico.

At 2:06 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's Coulter, 46, got against McCain, other than the fact he won't sleep with her?

At 9:20 a.m., Blogger Metro said...

I believe that it's something about his stance on torture. His total cave-in to Bush's "Let-us-do-what-we-want-so-long-as-we-call-it-something-else" bill was apparently not enthusiastic enough for Crazy "invade their countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity" Annie.

McCain is the best the repubs have got. And he's exactly what they represent: Old, tired, morally compromised, unwilling to face unpleasant truths and choices ...

At 5:54 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

See? God loves you, too, Metro.

At 1:09 p.m., Anonymous G Eagle Esq said...

Guten Morgen, Herr Metro

This is very vorrying - you & your perceptive visitors are evidently having a BAD influence me on

I find myself rather favouring (... err ... favOring) Mr Obama ...

... is this the onset of the mid-Life Crisis

It must be the ScHock of that nice man Mr Howard having to give his place to Aerchie's freond, that Wild RuddCreature

Yr obedient servant etc

G Eagle

At 6:25 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

While the WildRuddCreature was in opposition he wanted the Coward Govt to do a number of things, including taking the Japanese whalers to court.

Now that the remnants of the Coward Govt are in opposition, they are castigating the Ruddthing for not already having done so!

Typical tired, hypocritical rightwing sour grapes! Not that those grapes could possibly exist in Europe. They would have already been made into whine. There is no port here, either for a storm or for passing to the left!

At 8:15 a.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love my country. Speaking of dream tickets (it will never happen) my life would be complete to see...


At 8:39 a.m., Blogger Metro said...

@G EAgle:
You find yourself experiencing The Audacity of Hope?

Truly, no-one would make a more hopeful change for the citizens of the Darkened Lands than Sr. Obama.

While an elected senator of the Great Republic, he is not, so it seems, of the old moneyed interests. Unbeholden and dragging along no historic burden--not even that to which the colour of his skin may be said to entitle him.

I think he'll make a great president.

From the aerial perspective of an eagle, perhaps it is that his is the first truly rreasonable course to be mooted for the States in a long time.


However, it must be said that the Ruddles don't seem to be pressing that case themselves.

I find that in Canadian politics, and possibly this is how it is in The Great Red Island as well, in Opposition, thunder against. In government, quietly pass.

So it was with the Free Trade Agreement, which was the worst option except for all the rest. John Turner in Goverment supported, Brian Mulroney opposed. When the two switched positions, they also switched positions.

It's enough to make one wish for something stronger than port. Fortunately we grow some damn fine stuff here.

Welcome. I too, love my country. And in spite of my repeated bashing of the junta in charge at present, I rather like yours. No other country has mangaged to codify a largely blood-free mass argument into nationhood. Long may it reign.

Not that it doesn't need some tweaking, but a President Obama might help.

Regretfully, I cannot support McCain. I liked and respected him up until about 2000, and the things Karl Rove did to him then will result in Rove listening to his own fat sizzle as he barbecues on a dull, rusty spike in whatever afterlife exists.

But he's grown too old to give the country the fresh start it needs. He's now too politically acclimated. The enduring pressures of Washington have managed to do what the Hanoi Hotel couldn't: Made him bow to torture.

McCain went to Bush to scotch the torture bill and came away supporting it. I couldn't like him now unless he returned the thirty pieces of silver.

Better than Obama/Clinton would be Dodd/Obama. But Chris Dodd doesn't have the name recognition. Which is unfortunate, because he's the very best the US has. A rock of integrity, with priciples and everything!

I know, how'd HE get elected?

At 10:55 a.m., Blogger Philipa said...

It's amazing how the dreadful git that was, can suddenly be made to look like a safe pair of hands..

At 11:43 a.m., Blogger Metro said...


I reckon that's how Mr. "You don't change horses in the middle of a war" managed to finally get elected in 2004.

By playing up people's fear of things no president can control, they made Kerry look frightening.


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