Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Change, anyone?

by Capt. Fogg

A
s for the Republican issue, none of it was unpredictable: the beautiful, sunny 74 degree day, the end of ridiculous Rudy, the recrudescence of the McCain campaign, the Floridian fizzlement of Ron Paul and the success of Governor Charlie Crist's Cure All tax cut. As for the Democratic, officially moot exercise in electronic voting, it was less so. I suspected that Obama might edge out Clinton, but I was wrong and of course we lost Edwards and I'm sad to see him go.

Apparently saying change a lot wins the cigar although the notion that McCain represents change in any discernible direction other than a less hysterical approach to immigration seems unsupported. I've seen him making out with George and talking up the forever war too often. Obama was my choice, which figures, since anyone I vote for usually loses, but don't ask me why. I actually didn't decide until I was in the booth. OK, so I thought he represented change although I still don't know why or what or how he would change anything.

So Nothing but Ambition Hillary scored a big win, but no delegates against Barak who won't get any Florida delegates either leaving Nothing but Ambition Edwards to go home. Nothing but Ambition McCain will get all the Republican delegates Florida has to offer. Nothing but Ambition (and bucks) Romney will have to keep slogging and smiling and pretending while Nothing but Ambition Huckabee has yet to decide whether God has forsaken his campaign along with Florida's Evangelicals.

So it's another gorgeous morning. Perfect day to put the top down again and go visit a local yacht broker to talk about boosting the local economy. Is there any change yet?

Cross posted from Human Voices

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5 Comments:

Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Well if you buy the boat, your yacht broker will consider a welcome change....

12:17:00 PM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

Bought it!

2:46:00 PM  
Anonymous lester said...

http://www.takimag.com/blogs/article/live_blogging_the_gop_debate/


the author is gay and takes anderson cooper to task for being a "twink" several times.

10:32:00 AM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

The link got truncated - I like Cooper, but yes, he's a bit twinky.

1:42:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

You really bought it? The yacht guy must have been thrilled. I'm guessing you cut a pretty good deal too?

2:42:00 PM  

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