Tuesday, October 7, 2008

GOP girl!

The Breda will get to see The Sarah! Mike and I are headed to the county Republican headquarters to try and get tickets for a Maverick/Sarahcuda rally tomorrow. I'm totally excited. I'm going to get a yard sign, a bumpersticker, a t-shirt, a banner, a hat...one of everything because I have to make up for the last time I went to a presidential rally...in 1996.

(yes, actual photo from the Fallacy album,
scanned and cropped just for you)

Mea culpa.

9 comments:

Weetabix said...

I'm glad to see that you've recovered since 1996.

Tell The Sarah "Hi!" for me.

chrisb said...

That is funny. My wife went to a Clinton rally the same year, and she is now a gun-lovin' conservative as well.

Bob said...

It's well known that as people age and gain more wisdom, they become Republicans. The transformation isn't quite as dramatic as changing from a worm into a butterfly, but it's close.

*winks*

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

I'd be worried he'd hit on you, but you are too thin and not 'trailer' enough.

tanksoldier said...

We were all young and... naive... at some point in our lives.

Glad to see you've recovered.

James R. Rummel said...

Are you the one with the glowing eyes like a Terminator?

James

Tam said...

Hey, I voted for him in '92. I was pissed of at Bush for the '89 ban and the sluggish economy, and I fell for the "Moderate Southern Democrat" schtick because I was young and naive.

Oldsmoblogger said...

Mea too.

Fortunately, "once shamed, may never be recovered" isn't in force.

James R. Rummel said...

"Hey, I voted for him in '92. I was pissed of at Bush for the '89 ban and the sluggish economy, and I fell for the "Moderate Southern Democrat" schtick because I was young and naive."

Same goes for me, but I can't claim that I was young and naive at the time.

James