6/02/2008

Randomimnityness

I don't get why the Democratic Party holds a primary in Puerto Rico. Seems to me that having a voice in picking a candidate you'll never have the opportunity to vote for is kind of pointless. The next time Milwaukee votes for a mayor, how about we hold the primary in Peshtigo?

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Speaking of the primary, I'm actually finding myself feeling sorry for Hillary. She's the last person I'd want to see in office, but it just doesn't seem right that Obama gets any delegates from two states where his name wasn't even on the ballot. He's like that little kid who stays home sick on Halloween but makes his big sister carry a bag for him when she goes trick-or-treating.

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Mike Plaisted, after being accused of parroting DNC talking points, claimed he doesn't usually read many of the sources that share his exact same opinions and ways of expressing them. Alright, I'm willing to accept that so long as he can accept the fact that many conservatives form their own opinions without ever listening to a word uttered by the so-called "wing-nuts" blabbering away on talk radio.

It should also be noted that Plaisted, a liberal if there ever was one, seems to listen to far more right-wing talk radio than many conservatives. Here's to hoping that conservatives in Southeast Wisconsin can join forces against Charlie Sykes, Mark Belling, Jeff Wagner and all the others responsible for creating the looney left!

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This past weekend, a neighbor two-doors down held an all-male party, and was quite adamant about it being so homogenous. This upset the female neighbor who lives between us. She claimed there was no way a bunch of men could possibly have fun without any women present, to which I replied that sometimes men just need some time to belch, fart and scratch away without having to worry about offending anyone. Furthermore, women have long held all-female parties, with things like baby showers, bridal showers and candle parties. The only difference is that men don't have fancy names for theirs. Well, we used to have the Super Bowl, but somewhere along the line women decided they were going to enjoy football as well. I was going to add that we used to have voting, but decided that having an unbroken nose was far better than the alternative.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did you have fun at your all male party? And did it remain all male or did women invade or taunt you away?

David Casper said...

I actually didn't attend the party, and freely fart and scratch in front of the women in my life.

Real Debate said...

I like this feature...

Now this you could tax me for. (especially making fun of Plaisted)

steveegg said...

This is a fine feature.

Anonymous said...

Why don't women have these kind of gatherings? come on girls, we know we could all let our guards down..hmmm..
same annonymous person from above.

David Casper said...

Anonymous, you should use a name other than anonymous. Then you wouldn't have to explain that your the same anonymous as the previous anonymous. Otherwise, I'll be forced to simply assign you a name, like Gladys, or something.

Annemarie said...

I like my anonymity..-)
I have a fencing blog..
http://www.fencing.net/forums/blogs/fencing-girl-rush-17463/
not sure if link will work

David Casper said...

Okay Gladys. ;)

Annemarie said...

Dude- annemarie is the name,(okay was that way over the top but funny?) but for you i'll answer to gladys..:):)
you've got a great blog here. :)