Monday, March 10, 2008

enough you freak!

are you happy with yourself holly? you've basically offended everyone you know with your secret support of ol hil. i must say, i knew when i posted that business, i'd get some flack, but really people i gotta say- i really appreciated the comments but not one of you sacked up and told me who your in bed with, i mean on board with. after many scorning, sideways looks from the men and women at calvary slo, "get control of your wife why don't ya" penetrating their way towards brandon- i've decided to air it all. yeah, i concur with most of tina fey's sentiments. i think as women we have a responsibility and slight allegiance to "another woman." now many of you are thinking, come on- i'm a white man, i don't just vote for other white men... and well actually, you have, up until now at least. i ask you, how is being a woman and voting for a woman any different then obama securing the majority of black votes, or evangelicals standing behind huckabee or (sigh) bush (you know we were all so on board)? in essence i guess what i'm trying to communicate is that it really frustrates me that woman are so critical of one another, and really so lacking sisterhood due to often times petty differences. i just think its an opportunity to make history to some degree- be it a woman or a black man... i know we're all ready for a change...

and that's why i'm writing in Ross Perot in 08.

oh and i promise, i'll steer clear/spare you of my political rants for a little while.
but really, hey, please keep the love alive, and don't ex-communicate me, or kick me off your links just yet- i promise i'm bound to offend again... maybe worse.
love you guys. thanks for standing beside this freak!

6 comments:

The Avilas said...

I gotta tell you Holls, I didn't mention who I was voting for because there is NO ONE worthy of my vote. I hate politics, but this year I decided that I would learn things and make an educated decision. Now I realize, there is no such thing. How can you make an educated decision when there isn't an educated person running? I'm out. I am moving to England and living under Parliament.

si said...

jenn, the number one baby name in england last year was muhammed. i'm not saying, i'm just saying. you know?

holly, we know you are just kidding about hillary. you play the devil's advocate very well. if i didn't have a conscience i'd almost buy into all that you are saying about her.

The Harper Family said...

Holls...I love your rants, freedom of speech it makes people think about what they believe and why! Thanks for putting yourself out there and sharing your secret!

kellieacosta said...

holly! loved the tina fey skit. i have to say from the debates (dem and rep) i was way more impressed with the republicans - which you know from jess's rants - that that would have seemed unlikely. i don't really like any of the candidates for sure, but i am really interested in Ron Paul's blunt and straightforward talk and his stance on the issues (which i think are right on for the most part). i will probably write him in.

Linda Z said...

Don't worry, I haven't removed my link to your blog... yet! :) I have a Tina Fey article for you. Apparently she doesn't like the Disney princesses.

Kelly Meirik said...

Goodness how I love reading your blogs! I'm unsure if you were joking or serious, or both in your words about supporting females b/c we are females...I'm just curious what exactly is a woman president going to bring? Sensitivity? Nurturing spirit??? And isn't focusing on her womanness exactly what we, enlightened,postmoderns are suppose to be ignoring or rather saying it doesn't matter- we are all equal. It's just a wierd thing. I'm def. worried about Obabma's pastor- his mentor, the man who married him, his father figure, he's been there for 20 years- seeing how we don't know much about Obama (compared to other cand's) I think it's totally fair to look at this situation closely. Anyways, as for now McCain has my vote.