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08 September, 2008

Where’s that Confounded Bridge?

Today it finally sank in.

I was standing in line at Walmart picking up a $4 prescription for a friend. Walmart has probably the busiest prescription business in town since they began offering the generic brands for four bucks.

So here I am standing in a long prescription line full of women who can’t stop talking about Sarah Palin! I almost got in a fist fight! One says she’s voting for Sarah Palin because “my husband said if he wins Obama is gonna get shot.” Another one says she’s voting for Sarah because “women have to stick together.” Oh yeah. Hearty agreement all around. (oh, and another comment I had apparently repressed till just now: "she's a mother of five! she's qualified!")

Of course, they have no idea how deep the McPalin ticket is about to stick it to them. But that’s not what’s on their minds at all.

What’s on their minds is they think Sarah Palin is a Vogue supermodel.

And it was all the more obvious as I looked at today’s internet news headlines. The Dems were fiercely trying to win votes by telling you you’re not as stupid as you look. ; )

And the message was obviously addressed to women.

True or False:

Barrack Obama: "I mean, you can't just make stuff up," Obama said of a new McCain ad that says Palin "stopped the Bridge to Nowhere." "You can't just recreate yourself. You can't just reinvent yourself. The American people aren't stupid."

FALSE. You can just create yourself. You can just reinvent yourself. The American people are stupid.

Hilary Clinton: "Women as well as men make their decisions after they weigh the evidence," Clinton said. "As Americans go into that voting booth, what they have to ask themselves is not so much who am I for, as who is for me? And I don't think it's an even close question that we have the ticket that is going to do the best job in restoring the American promise."

FALSE. Women vote with their eyes and always have. Men will now vote with their third leg if they never have before. Politics is all about sex appeal.

It’s all over. Head for the hills!

Now where’s that confounded Bridge?


  1. Exactly right on target! Both Cryptochurian Candidates and their vapid VPs are a Brooklyn Bridge to Nowhere. The Group Mind is being played like a magic flute. (Mozart, anyone? Or as James Shelby Downard styled it, Masonic-OZ-Art...). Perhaps H. L. Mencken said it best: "No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public."

  2. There is no bridge. It was never built! And even if it were, don't you remember? It was a "bridge to nowhere"!

    You're doomed, dear girl! You're doomed. But you knew that anyway, didn't you?

    - Jeremy K. Brock

  3. the responses of the average, i.e., stupid american in regards to the candidates are all manipulated by puppet master Karl Rove and Co. through sophisticated personality profiling, computers and even holography i suspect. i find myself responding in ways to the candidates which bypass critical thinking, reasoning, etc. in regards to the issues, indicating that my unconscious mind, limbic brain is being tweaked by Rove.

  4. Your limbic system and reticular activator are both being played like a cheap Yamaha keyboard--and Karl Rove is only the tip of the iceberg. There's a Man Behind the Man Behind the Curtain.

  5. OH yes, I hear the melody now.

    here are the words:

    try to smile while you say goodbye

    And on

    And on to Eurovision

    As ding-dongs go global

  6. i think yanni is at the keyboard doing glissandos on our limbic brains.

    on a more serious note-in meditation one can feel when the energies are getting pulled into the hind brain and by paying attention, direct it into the neo-cortex instead. the trick is to be able to do it when watching canditates on t.v.

  7. Yanni's appearance on PBS guaranteed that I will never contribute to them during their fundraisers...what he does to the limbic system is beyond endurance.