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Dear Aardvark Cola,

This being president of Afghanistan sucks.

President of Afghanistan is not a job most people would take. The pay is lousy, unless there’s opium money in it, the elected representatives don’t approve my cabinet picks automatically, and those irritating United Nations people are all over, always trying to make elections fair. One person, one vote. I mean, we can count here. We don’t need them around. I want to count the votes myself. After all, I’m the president.

It’s enough to make you want to join the Taliban.

I mean they get outdoors more, get exercise, they don’t have to worry about voting on this, voting on that, if they want something they take it. It’s appealing to me right now.

I just want to count the votes, that’s all. After all, you Canadians and the Americans and the British and  whoever else there are here, I’m sure there are more, all all good people, you Western infidel bastard dogs, you. But I have a country to run. I can count. After all, I’m the president. So next election, tell the soldiers to use their guns and bring all those ballot boxes to me. I’ll count them. Don’t worry. I’ll do it.

Have a nice weekend, don’t work too late .

Cheers, Aardvark.

Love, Hamid.

PS. I said hi to you on Facebook and you didn’t answer. What’s up with that?

Election in Canada
Governor-General Michaëlle Jean will meet with Prime Minister Steven Harper at 8:15 a.m. Sunday when Harper will tell her that he does not have confidence in parliament. The Canadian federal election is expected to take place October 14. Three Harper cabinet ministers will not run again, David Emerson (Foreign Affairs), Monte Solberg (Human Resources), and Loyola Hearn (Fisheries). Link to David Akin story, Edmonton Journal. Link to Alexander Panetta story for the Chronicle Herald.

How long has the American election been going on? Seems like forever. Here in Canada a parliament will fall and we will be at the polls all in 37 days. Then there will still be 18 days to the American election on November 4.

A recent CBC poll places the Conservatives at 38 per cent, Liberals at 28 per cent and 19 per cent New Democrat..majority territory is 40 per cent plus…Conservatives could make gains in Quebec – that story by Rhéal Séguin, Globe and Mail.

Election U.S.A.
Quote from Todd Palin…”I should have asked more questions when Sarah joined the PTA”…that from ABC news…Here’s a profile of Mr. Palin from Dino Cappiello for Associated Press…Can you see him hosting a tea for former Alaska First Ladies? Well apparently he has. See the bottom of the article.

There is an online buzz that Oprah Winfrey, a strong Barak Obama supporter is balking at putting Sarah Palin on her show that pulls in 15 million viewers a day…story from newsroomamerica.com

(Well, well. Update to the above. Oprah has responded. She would be happy to have Sarah Palin on her show- after the election. Winfrey’s statement: "The item in today's Drudge Report is categorically untrue. There has been absolutely no discussion about having Sarah Palin on my show. At the beginning of this Presidential campaign when I decided that I was going to take my first public stance in support of a candidate, I made the decision not to use my show as a platform for any of the candidates. I agree that Sarah Palin would be a fantastic interview, and I would love to have her on after the campaign is over." Link to story on Drudge Report.)

The Republicans did get a bounce at their convention. From Obama’s recent 50 per cent polling (Gallup reporting that on September 2) the tide has shifted. Rasmussen puts McCain-Palin pulling to within a single point of Obama-Biden…link here…Gallup conducted a poll over September 1 to 3, before Sarah Palin made her RNC acceptance speech. That poll still had Obama over McCain 49 per cent to 42 per cent. Gallup expects any Palin effect, if any, to show up in a couple days for their polling.

Stormy Weather
Atlantic storms this hurricane season are lining up like a hurricane traffic jam…Following the near miss of Hurricane Gustav that prompted an evacuation of New Orleans and cut off power to 900,000 Louisiana homes…there is Hanna, now a category 3 hurricane with 125 mile-per-hour winds (198 kilometres per hour), now 420 miles (632 kilometres) off North Carolina, followed by Hurricane Ike and then Josephine, a tropical storm not expected at this time to make landfall. Story link to Jack Ryan, Post Chronicle.

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