Monday, March 10, 2008
I try to keep away from getting political on this blog. Mostly it's because people just get absolutely crazy when it comes to politics when, in reality, all politicians are the same, just saying what people want to hear so they can get in office. Look at it this way; how many times have we elected someone only to say months after that we all made a huge mistake? As I said, I like to stay out of that stuff. But today there's a lot of juicy goodness in the political realm and it's too good to pass up. - First, Barack Obama reacted to the notion that he might become Hillary Clinton's VP if she wins the nomination. As Barack says, it's kind of a joke when the second place person suggests taking on the leader as a VP. Obama, according to everyone but Women's Entertainment network, is in the lead here and for Clinton to even suggest that is downright silliness. - Next, New York Governor Eliot Spitzer shows us just why politicians are such noble people as he is reportedly involved in a high-class prostitution ring. Spitzer vowed to "clean up" Albany and in 2004 even led a prostitution crackdown that resulted in 18 arrests. I guess he really believes in the saying, "Do as I say, not as I do."