Thursday, September 11, 2008

I'm John McCain and I approved this message

Hi Everybody . Feel free to grab this vid and send along to as many people as you can.
Thanks
More drawings soon. Working on the special is sucking up even my doodling time.

11 comments:

trevor said...

Hate to say it, but considering that more than half the population has double-digit IQ's, I think McCain's gonna win.

I heard an elderly woman on the radio today saying that she couldn't concieve of voting for Obama because "there's jus' somethin' ah don't trust about he-im. I heard he was a Moslim, and in my mind, th'only wayee you can stop bayin a Moslim is if yah die".

Those are the people who are voting. And they have friends.

But this was good. I'm passing it along. Thanks Vince!

- trevor.

Vincent Waller said...

I hear that. But if every member of the Democratic party went out and voted, there is no way they'd win.
Democrats outnumber Repubs by about 10 million.

trevor said...

Yeah, but what about the 2000 election?

I mean, they've proven that they don't need our votes, and most of the people who would otherwise vote for Obama haven't forgotten that and probably never will.

I hope he wins, but I won't be surprised in the least if it's Oldy McOlderton and The Soccer Cunt in '09.

Drink it up, I say!

- trevor.

Subject 645-3, a.k.a. John R. Spumkin said...

Really good video, Vincent. Growing up in a Republican family is a hard thing. I'm the only Democrat in the house, and it sucks because the rest of your family hated the Bush administration, but don't seek change from a different candidate.

We've been told over and over that Muslims are not evil. Only the crazy ones. We demonize them and generalize them as terrorists because, as George Carlin put it best, "They believe in a different invisible man than we do."

My opinion is that my family won't vote for Obama because he's black. Nobody mentions that McCain looks like a wrinkled sock-puppet.

My God, I can faintly hear George Bush somewhere here in Texas shouting, "Four more years!"

Sorry to be on my soapbox, Vince. It just pisses me off. Passing it along, though.

Dave Fontana said...

Man, is this Country goin' down the toilet.
Too bad there's a turd next to the flag pole n' most don't smells it.

Patrick Seery said...

I don't know who's going to win this election. I'm still on the fence post on this one. I don't think Palin is a very good person to be a vice president, but I don't like who Obama has for a vice president either..

i also think that every studio should have a doodling time set aside for everyone to get their creativity going.

jack raffin said...

wow. pain. mcpain.

i hope all you kids over there vote in something good. but then, like trevor mentioned, there was that wacky vote-moment in the 2000 election.

PCUnfunny said...

Vicent, any thoughts on Palin ? She seems to be everything the republicans bad mouthed Obama about, little experience and all talk.

Max Ward said...

McBama 2008'

Whoever wins, be prepared for larger government, excessive spending and hyperinflation.

Thad said...

Thanks for bringing this to my attention Vincent! I think anyone voting Republican should be stripped of civil rights.
(Max, why don't you return my calls?! >sniff<)

Vincent Waller said...

PC' Anyone that answers the "Question:Do you realize that would mean we'd have to go to war with Russia" with "Perhaps so."
Doesn't need to be anywhere near the white house.

Max I'm all for big government If it is used to regulate.
All the major problems over the last ten years (other than the WAr)have been directly related to de-regulation. De-regulation translates in Corporate Speak to Yeeee HA! Lets Fuck'em! Which they've done over and over again under the Neo-cons.
Thad I'm surprised to even find you here. But you're welcome.