Tuesday, December 11, 2007

The American Harold Saxon

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As a sci-fi geek, I'm a big fan of Doctor Who (old series and new). The last trilogy of stories in season three tied into my love of politics. First, a video to introduce The Right Honorable Harold Saxon:

In the UK, someone even found comparisons with Gordon Brown. The question is: Who in American politics resembles the mysterious Harold Saxon? Most of the Democrats running are scions, but whom?

It boils down to this: Who was unknown in American politics until 1991?
*The same person had somehow turned $1,000 to $100,000 with few transactions;
*The same person runs stalking horses in both Republican (after all, he is from Arkansas) and Democratic Primaries (Has Richardson really gone against her?);
*She looked at Republican FBI files (illegal);
* She has enough money so her Bloggers can pay people to write comments on other Blogs;
*The same person has no story of their childhood beyond college;
* The same person gives an evil cackle when she is contradicted;
* No member of the press (especially CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC or CBS) asks her tough questions (In fact, both CNN/Youtube debates were platforms for her campaign).

Unfortunately, if Hillary Clinton wins, there is no Doctor to save us from her wrath. After all, Keith Olbermann will help direct her secret police. Don't believe me? He is, after all, compiling a list.

My question to you is: Do you trust Hillary Clinton? If not, what will you do to stop her campaign?


  1. Anonymous7:32 AM PST

    I really don't trust her. I like McCain, as he's the only one I can genuinely trust on national security.

  2. Anonymous2:05 PM PST

    The Abzorbaloff in Love and Monsters is reading a newspaper with a headline reading "Saxon up 64 percent in polls". (Or something very similar.)

  3. JSF, you know my thoughts on Hillary. I don't trust her at all. But her "inevitability" is eroding quickly. If she does manage to get the nomination, I'm just not going to vote because I could not in good conscience vote for her or for any republican. I might write in Howard Stern. In fact, I think you should join me in a write-in campaign for Howard. He could be the first Jewish president, and just think of the VP choices!

    But seriously, I don't think we've seen you put any kind of support behind any of the republican candidates. I'd be interested to hear which horse your money is on at this point in the race and why. Is it about viability or issues or what? Besides Ron Paul, are there other republican candidates that you have a distaste for, particularly in the top tier?

  4. Jason,

    My endorsements (Both parties) will show up right before my birthday.

    However, out of the top tier, I dislike Huckabee because the Clintons are using him to muck up the primaries -- Gov. Davis played around with a GOP primary and look where it got him.

  5. I will totally not vote for her and I will move out of the country if she won.

  6. I trust neither of the Clintons nor do I trust Republicans in the vein of the younger President Bush.

    It with a great sadness that I say that I had and have no trust in our 42nd and 43rd Presidents.

    My hope is that our 44th president whoever that may be will begin to rectify the problems and issues of the last sixteen years.

  7. Malcot, I won't vote for her either, but by threatening to leave the country you're setting yourself up for ridicule like Alec Baldwin was with his threat to move to France if Bush won.

  8. Jason,
    I think staying in a country run by the ilk of her would be setting myself up for ridicule. However, your opinion has been duly noted and will be weighed for probative value. Hopefully you understand the code.

  9. Malcot, we've been living in a country run by the ilk of her (if not worse) for the last 6 years, and we've been ridiculed the world over. And yet nobody left the country over it. And those who threatened to and then didn't became laughingstocks. I don't know you, but I would hate to see anyone look like Eric Cartman throwing a tantrum and saying "screw you guys, I'm going home." But it's your prerogative.


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