Thursday, September 4, 2008

Irrelevant Squared?

Dear Gentle Reader(s), here's a tid bit (note how I chose the more formal tid rather than the more common tit--no applause necessary) from The Washington Post:

There was a flutter of attention when McCain campaign manager Rick Davis told a group of Post reporters and editors yesterday that his team was having to rework the vice presidential acceptance speech because the original draft, prepared before Gov. Sarah Palin was chosen, was too "masculine."

So the speeches are written by persons in smoke filled rooms prior to naming the person who will deliver them.  Who says the Party's not important?  The Party controls the message before the messenger is known.

Doubtless the Democratic Party does this, too.

Don't think of John McCain on November 4; think of the neo-cons and the theocons and the God, Guns, and Gays groups.  Then vote accordingly.

Trust, but verify.

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