Posted by: thescoundrel | January 9, 2008

Children Behave, Do as You Are Told and Not as We Adults Act


Over on the CNN Political ticker they have posted that some of Hillary Clinton’s supporters were booing Barack Obama during his election night speech. There seems to be a lot of people weighing in (1410 posts when I visited, some probably not fit reading for children or Scoundrels) on the incident in the articles reader response section. As one responder put it “cool we are back in high school“. 😆 Come to think of it political races do remind me a lot of high school. Now Class – Behave! Of course maybe they were just paying Obama’s minions back for the round of booing Hillary received at a different event.

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Responses

  1. Well, yes, now that you mention it, the POTUS races DOES seem like high school.

    Romney would be the Mr. Perfect type—-straight A’s, student council president, etc.

    McCain would be the jock—popular but with a bit of a bad-boy streak.

    Huckabee would be the class clown.

    Hillary would be one of those gawd-awful drudges, who was not naturally brilliant, but made up for it by working harder than anyone else.

    Obama would be one of the cool kids, not by virtue of having any particular talent, but just by being. He’s the one everyone flocks around, trying to gain his attention.

    Edwards (blech, this guy repulses me even more than Romney)—I dunno, maybe the school brown-nose,or the Eddie Haskell type.

    Are my biases showing? 😉

  2. Tsk Tsk Tsk you will probably get detention time at this rate. They might lock you up in detention hall and put on a continuous playing tape of Hubert Humphrey’s 10 greatest concession speeches.


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