Tuesday, 6 May 2008

299th


This is my 299th post and I am going to use it to tell you about Barack O who just called for a quick strategy briefing and to ask me if I could get him 5 minutes with London's new Mayor, Boris Johnson. I told Barack that if he wins both states today, he would not have issues getting 5 minutes with any A-lister in my book of useful contacts, right the way up to the Dali Lama who comments on posts now and again under a pseudonym. Or Superman.

Indiana and North Carolina today. I don't know a great deal about North Carolina except that it is on the right hand side and is one of the 13 states represented on the flag by a stripe; one of the original states, therefore. And it's in Mega City one!

Anyhow, go Barack.

America, you know it makes sense. George followed by Hillary? Uggh! You do want people all around the world to start having faith in America again, don't you?

10 comments:

Carrie said...

Totally not a fan of B.O., sorry, but if I am able to filter through that I just might be a fan of your site ... I notice we comment on similar blogs and I can't help but wonder, how tall is tall?

scargosun said...

I am really hoping Obama can pull off a win in NC. I am thinking he can...having lived there for 8 years. Unless all the republicans switched their party to vote for Hillary to screw things up. There has been talk of that.
That being said, NC is quite a nice state. It's state tree is the Long Leaf Pine, state flower is the azalea and gave us Michael Jordan (who I met in a bar one night and was very nice). Any other NC I can answer for you?

Carrie said...

Were we Republicans that obvious with the Hillary vote thing? ooops, can't blame a party for trying :)

scargosun said...

lol carrie! Yeah, little bit. I am not a bleeding liberal or anything BUT I do live in south-eastern PA. Lots of dems around here although I am really an Independant but no primary voting if you are registered as such.

BS5 Blogger said...

Ooh, American politics! Hey, I really like Barack because he has humility in as much as a politician can have it, but by the same measure so does John McCain and I respect him very much too. Of course I don't have a vote but it would be a close call on McCain Obama run.

I just think Hillary is insincere, shifty, untrustworthy and a total opportunist who doesn't give a **** about much! Ghastly creature!

Scargosun - than you for your NC info'. Cool on Michael Jordan. You can't go wrong meeting baseball dudes!

Carrie - six feet four and a little bit, or 1m97! Thanks for the kind line on the blog.

BS5

scargosun said...

BS5....

He was a basketball player...he just liked baseball and kinda tried to play it.

scargosun said...

Oh...also. There is a pic of G-dog in my posts. It's from not this past Friday but the one before. G refers to the first letter of her name. I already let Peter out of the bag. You might have to wait a little for this one. ;)

BS5 Blogger said...

Hee hee - you are funny! Was he LA Lakers? I think I saw a statue of him when I went to a game there at the Staples Center but that could have been Magic Johnson! I kinda knew he was basketball really. Your deadpan comment made me :)

BS5 Blogger said...

I'll seek out the hound now!

:)

USpace said...

Barack Obama has more in common with Ken Livingstoned than with Boris Johnson. America needs a minority POTUS candidate who is Right of Center. Michael Steele or Bobby Jindal for GOP VP!

YEY BORIS! Boris may be a buffoon, but at least he's not a communist one.
I bet he won't let the 'Asian Yooth' gangs carry out hate crimes based on race and religion and get away with it anymore.

Bloody good news! Praise the Lord! Thank God! There is hope for Londonistan. What will Red Ken do next?
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absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
elect a communist

someone who will work full-time
to destroy your country

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absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
expand the welfare state

favor the immigrants
till the natives vote you out

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http://haltterrorism.com
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USpace @ Lulu

:)
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