Saturday, October 25, 2008

It's all over but the shouting!

The fat lady is singing! It's in the bag for Obama!

The polls show his lead widening. The news media have called it. The good news that Whoopie and her View crew have been proclaiming for months is all but official: Hail to the chief!

Finally, real change is in store for America. Isn't it just about time? Hallelujah! I can't wait! The long national nightmare is over!  Happy days are here again!

No need for the good guys to threaten to run off to Canada.

The changes will probably be obvious only minutes after the One takes office. Thank you God.

6 comments:

Sheila said...

Maybe, in one of your quieter moments, you will explain to me how it is that people are already voting when the election is 4 November. It seems to be going on a long time.

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

how do you spell pfffffft??? ha ha ha

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxxoxoxo

Relax Max said...

@Sheila - I really have no quiet moments. But, if your question is serious (and I always doubt your seriousness) it is because early voting is allowed in the U.S. Originally it was for people who would be away on election day but is now for anyone for any reason. Mostly, people vote early now just to avoid long lines. And because they can. Of course the votes are not counted until election day with the others. I don't know how long before the actual election early voting begins, but I know the Aussies have been voting for Obama (on their blogs at least) since last year.

@Empress Bee - I think you spelled it right. :) And I am hoping you detected the tinge of sarcasm in the post.

ettarose said...

Please, changing one pair of dirty underwear for another does not make the stink less noticeable. I say Pffffft!

A. said...

@Ettarose, your lot wear dirty underwear too? They are all washing theirs in public at the moment over here but they're all using the same water, so they aren't making any improvements.

A. said...

And before you say anything Max, I exclude France from that statement, where they don't wash anything, anywhere, ever.