Friday, October 03, 2008

The VP debate

There has been much chatter among the TV talking heads about who "won" last night's vice presidential debate. Such talk seems to ignore the fact that this is a presidential election and not a high school debate competition. Adolf Hitler was a stirring and persuasive orator (and no, I'm not comparing either Joe Biden or Sarah Palin to him), but his ideas were all wrong. As Americans watch these debates, they must decide which ticket offers the best ideas and the best strategies for their country. And if they determine that neither candidate is quite right for them, they may want to throw their support and their money behind a certain separatist canine Muslim ministry.


Anonymous said...

ayatollah, you should have thrown yourself in the presidential mix. Im curious , what would have been your campaign theme ?


llisoski said...

Hahaha! I too am interested in your campaign :) What would you do to benefit the dog owners of the world? I have an idea for a start!

My name is Lauren and I work for a Portland based Advertising Agency that is preparing to release a new DVD set, featuring Cesar Milan. This fresh, new DVD set shows dog owners a variety of Cesar’s key concepts, including how to become a “pack leader”, the importance of calm-assertive energy, and how to establish proper rules, boundaries and limitations for your dog. If you're interested in being one of the first to review this new DVD set and post your thoughts on your blog, I'd love to send you a complimentary DVD promo set. Just shoot me an email if you're interested! It could definitely add flavor to your campaign :)

Lauren Lisoski

sarah s. said...

Ayatollah, as always, you are the voice of reason.

Nevis said...

Who wouldn't want to throw their lot in with a certain separatist canine Muslim ministry?!

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

"Change ... first." Yes, Z, that would be a fine slogan. The main themes of my campaign would be universal access to rawhide, a strong military and a conversion to Sharia law.

I shall be in contact, Lauren.

Bless you, Sarah S.

Well said, Nevis.