Saturday, May 10, 2008


Supposedly, Obama is now doing what he's supposed to be doing: focusing on John McCain and not La Hill. Alas, McCain is taking all this personally, saying that Obama's making fun of his age. Lieberman, meanwhile, follows McCain like the neocon puppy dog he is. I'm sure he's jockeying for a VP slot. I also suspect that he won't get it. Just an instinctive thing. Both seem to be in serious denial--and I'm not talking about a goodwill trip to Egypt, either.

Anyhow, Obama's pointed out McCain's disconnect from The World as It Truly Is:

Speaking to a few dozen employees of a software company, Obama said McCain was "dead wrong when he said recently that he thinks our economy has made 'great progress' under George Bush. Is there anyone outside of Washington D.C., who could truly believe that?"

Meanwhile, McCain keeps insisting he did in fact vote for Bush in 2000. Next up: the wingnuts will be asking why they should vote for a guy who hobnobs with evil Hollywood liberals.

While the campaign gets really interesting, I'm sure Mitt Romney is somewhere envisioning how his 2012 presidential run will play out.

In other news, last night's Battlestar Galactica was great. Nana Visitor (Kira Nerys from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) had a guest spot and it reminded me how much I miss seeing her on the air.