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The argument AGAINST voting for “ordinary folks”

Posted on: September 14, 2008

Just when I make a point saying voting for ordinary folks seems to be what people want, I find an article (American article) that says voting for ordinary people as your only criteria is just plain dumb.

Written  by a screenwriter named Micheal Seitzman, it is really a perfect blog post in that it is a hard-hitting personal attack, is holier than thou, takes liberties with proper English, uses one-word CAPITAL letters, and includes a pinch of teaser sex. Good enough to make HuffPo, here’s the link to Sarah Palin Naked, a commentary on her  interview with American Broadcasting Corporation’s Charles Gibson. The Palin performance appears to have scared the living beJeezuz out of Seitzman.

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2 Responses to "The argument AGAINST voting for “ordinary folks”"

You all have to check out http://www.MILFandMcCain.com It is fantastically funny!

oh well ordinary folks shouldn’t be in control of the worlds most powerful nuclear arsenal. that’s the job for extraordinary folks, in my opinion.

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