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Whether Democrat or Republican, you should get a kick out of this!

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 3, 2008

A little boy goes to his dad and asks, ‘What is Politics?’
Dad says, ‘Well son, let me try to explain it this way:
I am the head of the family , so call me The
President
.

Your mother is the administrator of the money, so! we call her the
Government
.

We are here to take care of your needs, so we will call you
the People
.

The nanny, we will consider her the
Working Class
.

And your baby brother, we will call him the Future.

Now think about that and see if it makes sense.’
S o the little boy! Goes off to bed thinking about what Dad has said.
Later that night, he hears his baby brother crying, so he gets up to check on him. He finds that the baby has severely soiled his diaper.
So the little boy goes to his parents’ room and finds his mother asleep.  
Not wanting to wake her, he goes to the nanny’s room Finding the door locked, he peeks in the keyhole and sees his father in bed with the nanny. He gives up and goes back to bed.

The next morning, the little boy says to his father, ‘Dad, I think I understand the concept of politics now.’ The father says, ‘Good, son, tell me in your own words what you think politics is all about.’

The little boy replies,
‘The
President is screwing the Working Class while the Government is sound asleep. The People are being ignored and the Future is in deep shit.

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So You Still Don’t Know Who to Vote For, Huh?

Posted by 104Inc.com on October 9, 2008

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Webster’s dictionary defines debate as “a discussion, as of a public question in an assembly, involving opposing viewpoints.”

Now, either Mr. Webster was hallucinating when he defined that word, or Sarah “Pail In Comparison” Palin and John “I-have-no-substance-so-let-me-just-talk-smack-on-Obama” McCain have taken the liberty of redefining the word before our very eyes.

It’s a funny thing, really. After watching the Vice Presidential and Presidential debates, I saw one thing that got me thinking. McCain and Palin do belong together, but they’re on the wrong network, and on the wrong platform. Considering that neither of them could answer a question with a real answer to save their lives, and considering all the ‘dancing’ they do around each question, they’d be better served on Dancing With the Stars. However, I must admit that McCain has impressed me greatly – for a man with his physical ailments, barely able to raise his hands and walk fluidly, he sure can groove – who said white men can’t dance, huh?

On the flip-side, you have the stellar, stoic, and confident Obama who looks in the eye of the camera, in the eye of the American people, and instills confidence in us, instead of instilling further fear that we will all one day have to flee to neighboring countries and watch the USA crumble into oblivion. Obama will make a change, people!

So, you still don’t know who to vote for, huh? Well, let me ease this burden for you. We spend, and have been spending $10,000,000,000 a month in Iraq for the past several years. Did you get that? Not $10,000, not $10,000,000, but TEN BILLION DOLLARS A MONTH IN IRAQ. Now, don’t you think that TEN BILLION DOLLARS would be better suited coming back into our economy? I thought so.Where is Bin Laden? Where is Al-Qaida? They sure as hell aren’t in Iraq. They’re in Afghanistan, parts of Pakistan, and God knows where, yet we’re still up in Iraq’s kool-aid. What gives? Basically, the Republicans have taken each and every consumer, bent them over, handled their business, and didn’t even have the common courtesy to give a reach-around.

Finally, I’ll leave you with this. McCain will give a huge tax break to those who make over $200,000/year, while the rest of us John. Q.Taxpayers (not Joe Six-Packs: a retarded euphemism) have to tighten our wallets. On the other hand, Obama will raise taxes only for those who make the $200,000/year, while the remaining 95% of the population won’t see any increase. Now, I know it’s odd to see a politician display common sense and present an actual plan to benefit this country, but I tell you, it’s either Obama or nothing.

Bottom line:

McCain = The rich get richer, we stay in Iraq fighting a meaningless war, spending billions monthly while the country continues in its worst recession since 1929.

Obama = The country is assisted. Taxpayers get a break. The economy gets boosted, and we’re on our way to the international supremacy we once possessed.

Need any more help? Not sure which way to go? Well, at least there’s one easy choice. Log on to 104Vote.com for related articles on the upcoming election, as well as simple and easy ways to accommodate all your needs! Stay tuned for Part III next week when I get into the fundamental differences in their health care views.

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Sarah Palin Facebook Page, See It Now!

Posted by 104Inc.com on October 2, 2008

This is a very funny Sarah Palin’s facebook page.  Don’t miss out if you need a laugh.

All Comments welcome!

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Did you watch the first presidential debate Friday night?

Posted by 104Inc.com on September 30, 2008

Did you think it settled anything?

Neither McCain nor Obama won or lost the debate.  Though the focus of the debate was supposed to be foreign policy, the first 40 minutes of the debate revolved around the current economic problems.  No great insight from either candidate on the economy.  Don’t they realize this is the issue that cause them to win or lose the election?  One of them really needs to step up.

Maybe in a sense McCain lost the debate.  He should have dominated the debate with his experience.  He did a very good job of name dropping when he was speaking and that was something Obama couldn’t  do.

It was probably a bit more fun to watch either candidate when the other candidate was talking.  Lots of looks of disgust, amusement, and a little disdain on both candidates’ faces.   I guess it is not fun to have your words twisted any which possible or to have to defend some boneheaded position.

McCain’s line seemed to be “Obama isn’t right about anything”.  It’s not like they’re married – he has to be right about something every once in awhile.  McCain claims to be able to work across the aisle, but it didn’t seem like he could during the debate.

Obama gave credit to McCain when he agreed on a point.  Maybe he did it too often, but at least he gave the appearance he could find a middle ground.  He seemed to pick his battles on various points and leave some minor things to the side.

They have 2 more debates to convince us to vote for one of them.   I have great hope that the vice-presidential debate will be a bit more entertaining.  Will Palin look like a deer in headlights or will Biden say something so crazy you just want to call him an idiot?  Note sure which it will be, but I am hoping for both on Thursday night.

We have five more weeks to go in the election, so check out www.104politics.com if you want to stay up to date.

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Country First and Change Second Say Republicans

Posted by 104Inc.com on September 4, 2008

You little whippersnapper!Image by sloomis08 via Flickr

Another week, another political convention. This week kicks off the Republican National Convention that will see the nomination of John McCain for President and Sarah Palin for Vice-President, though the schedule is in flux with Hurricane Gustav that has landed in Louisiana.

McCain named Sarah Palin, governor of Alaska, as his running mate on August 29th. She was more or less a surprise pick. She is not well known on the national scene, at least from a media perspective.

The first day of the convention was greatly abbreviated. The only real speakers were Laura Bush and Cindy McCain putting out a call for help for the areas affected by Gustav. They also made announcements of some projects that the Republicans will be undertaking to help victims of Gustav. This fit with the theme for the day: Service.

The theme for Tuesday is Reform. The keynote speech is supposed to be given by Rudy Guiliani. Also, Mike Huckabee, one of McCain’s opponents, and five other current and former Governors will be speaking. There will be several other governors speaking over the remaining days.

Wednesday the theme will be Prosperity. Palin will be speaking that night and it will give her a chance to let America know her. Also speaking will be Mitt Romney, Meg Whitman, Kay Bailey Hutchinson, and possibly Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. It is kind of odd though that the Republican website for the convention hasn’t been updated with Palin’s name.

Thursday will be John McCain’s day. The theme for the final day of the convention is Peace. The day is supposed to showcase McCain’s idea of American goodwill and our pursuit of peace in the world. McCain tops off the evening with his acceptance speech. Then the campaign can begin with 60 days until Election Day.

The convention schedule will be very flexible and may change on any day in response to the events of Gustav. One of the places you can keep up with the ever changing world is 104inc.com.

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