I don’t know who first said “ain’t got no couth” but it was a favored family expression to describe the obvious when I was growing up. I watched the debate last night. I’ve come to the conclusion that Rmoney “ain’t got no couth”. The man is so rude. Mind you, Obama held forth for longer than the time allotted but he wasn’t blatantly rude.
I wear a Women for Obama button as I go about my business. Women stop me, every time I’m out, to tell me they will be voting for Obama. Some will vote for him because they share his idealism, others will vote for him because they believe the working class will be forsaken (a nicer f word than the one I started out with) by Rmoney, and others will vote for him because they simply do not like Rmoney.
I must admit I am weary of the inane argument that Obama should have solved the economic woes of this country in less than four years. Let’s think about this just a short while longer. Rhetorical question- Have you ever been trapped in a financial bureaucratic nightmare, e.g., defaulted student loan debt, unpaid child support/alimony, owed back taxes, had a debt to a loan shark or my enterprising sister?
If you’ve experienced any of those things, as an individual, you can understand the total disdain Rmoney has for the intellect of the average voter. He would have us believe, and we are too smart to believe unsubstantiated proclamations, that it should have been possible to correct the financial disaster, that nearly destroyed this country and the world economy, in approximately 36 months.
Think how long it takes for one person to recover from bankruptcy- 7 years. How long would it take to pay a credit card balance of $3,000.00 at 25% interest, paying $100.00 per month- 4 years. I do not feature being ruled by a man as pretentious and presumptuous as Rmoney.
I’m a Woman for Obama- I think, therefore I vote.