Monday, November 03, 2008

Rockin' Left & Rollin' Right

Pick Your Poison

One Day and a Wake Up Left

I decided that I'm going to cast my vote for the one man who can fix the economy, end the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, and cut our taxes!

Then I earned that Merlin the Magician is not on the ballot!

Two Really Worthy Candidates!

The long and torturous campaign road that began two years ago will culminate tomorrow when America goes to the polls. Those two years provided a plethora of new words for the English language.

The following is a list of some of these new words to add to your vocabulary:

Acornucopia - the many new voters, fictional, living and deceased recruited to vote

Chicklets - potential female voters

Diarrhedundant - the same old bullshit

D'ohbama - Homer Simpson's cry when he voted for Obama by mistake

Eaubama - Obama's favorite cologne

Exxonerate - to ignore the huge profits of a corporation in spite of the populace struggling to make ends meet

Haymacker - a strong verbal assault against McCain

Hickocrites - rednecks who answer polls in support of one candidate, but vote for another instead

Intrussian - the act of spying on another country from one's front porch

Lenoency - restraint shown by Tonight Show in telling jokes about candidates

Lip-o-suction - French kissing a pig

Macropolis - one the homes McCain couldn't name

Macingosh - exclamatory remark to a stupid McCain statement

Obamaflage - the ability to deny the whereabouts of family members

Palindrome - Words spoken by Sarah Palin, that even when read backward, still make no sense

Polithongs - Sarah Palin's campaigning underwear

Racist - anyone who says anything negative about Barack Obama

Saragraph - a group of words and sentences uttered by Sarah Palin that make no sense

Sarahindipity - saying something that is correct and makes sense by accident and by mistake

Succupulant - one who supports a candidate they lost to in primaries, in hopes of landing a cushy cabinet job

Tomf*ckery - extreme form of tomfoolery

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Jack K. said...


As usual, your humor is marvelous.

Don't you just love this country? What a great place to live.

Keep on keepin' on.

Christina said...

LOL @ "D'ohbama"!

Fred said...

So much for my Webster's dictionary.

I'll take the polar bear. He's probably good at foreign relations since he lives so close to Russia.

Ed said...

I would have voted for Santa...if it meant a bigger present on Christmas.

Hale McKay said...


Thank you. Yes, you gotta love this country when you can poke fun at our leaders - I couldn't get away with that in a lot of other countries.

Hale McKay said...


I thought that was pretty good, even if I did make it up myself.

Hale McKay said...


I'm doing my best to rewrite the dictionaries. Good choice - the polar bear.

Hale McKay said...


I do believe Santa would take care of those who supported him.