Wednesday, July 30, 2008

So Who Does Speak For His Campaign?

After some waffling on whether or not Mayor McCheese would be raising taxes, his campaign announced that Mayor McCheese was not speaking on behalf of his campaign when he made those comments about taxes to George Stephanopoulos. Seriously?!? If this is true then I guess we can also say that when Mayor McCheese promised to run a respectful campaign he wasn't really speaking for his campaign either. Unless this is respectful. In which case I don't want to see what negative campaigning would be like. So today's "respectful" ad compares Barack Obama to Britney Spears and Paris Hilton. What I want to know is when was he ever a drunk blonde that climbed out of a car wearing a really short skirt and no panties? Because I missed those pictures. But I also wonder why it would be bad to have a president that the rest of the world liked? Because having one that everyone hates is getting us nowhere fast. And to top it off, he made up that part about the electricity tax. But even though he approved of his message, he doesn't speak for his campaign. The conclusion? It doesn't matter what he says. And you know what else? Britney wants to be left out of it. So in the words of Chris Crocker, "Leave Britney Alone!"


mad said...

Yeah, and so does Paris. On the bright side, there are a lot worse people to be compared to. Like Larry Craig. Or dare I say it: Alberto Gonzales!

pineapple said...

Don't say it. I miss Alberto. Blogging about Mayor McCheese is exhausting!