This is kind of a tongue in cheek joke.
(But BRANDON, abortions are not a joking matter!!!)
Again, just hear me out.
We are less than 100 days from the 2012 US Elections, and I am already tired of both sides.
Look at this billboard posted on Lady E's site. The right is trying to say that Obama want all babies aborted.
Meanwhile the left is going after Paul Ryan and his stance of 'no abortions, even for rape victims.' (I'm paraphrasing, but the essence is there...)
It reminds me of this video from the Simpsons, made in 1996 during the Dole/Clinton election (16 long years ago, and hence the peculiar title...):
(pardon the poor quality)
I don't want to hear from Romney why Obama is a piece of shit, and I don't want to hear from Obama why Romney is a piece of shit.
STOP SLINGING MUD, BOTH OF YOU. You're acting like goddamn children on the playground.
Tell me why you're the best for the job. Tell me what you would do with four years in office (or an additional four years in office). Short term goals. Long term goals. Getting us back in track. And with a solid plan, not just "I'll get you more jobs! I'll put you back to work!"
Dammit Mitt. Talk about your credentials, your history. You shout AMERICA NEEDS A PRESIDENT WITH EXPERIENCE but you won't go into detail about your own experience (and any potential skeletons in your closet).
Conversely, is Romney the right man for the job? I don't think he is re-electable at all, which leads me to this question for the Republican higher-ups: Do you give Romney the reigns of the party, let him serve 4 years and give the Democrats back the office in 2016, or do you lay down this election and take 4 years to find a truly decent candidate?
G W Bush
and now Mitt Romney
Come on, conservatives... You can do better than this. You gotta know when to hold em, and know when to fold em. I think Romney/Ryan is a hand you fold, and see if you get better cards the next go-round.
One of the parties (I really don't care who...). Give me a great leader. Give me a unifier. Give me a Reagan. A Clinton. Give me a better choice than this, or else I'm going to suggest a new National Anthem:
Either/or, I'm lukewarm about how we are going to fare in the next four years.