Thursday, April 17, 2008

Hug a Republican!

Friday is Respect-a-GOPer-Day!

Looking for a few good Republicans to take to cyber lunch on Friday, I stumbled on to a startling discovery. Ever hear of the R.F.O.'s? Well, they were news to me! I'm sure if I give you a clue or two, you'll guess what they are. If I say I'm sure you've heard of DINO's and RINO's, I'm sure you're going to be able to guess what RFO's are!

RFO = Republicans for Obama!

Yes! a national organization with chapters in 28 States! They have a well-thought out mission statement. And they even have a network of forums any one can join if they want to GOP-blog Obama! They have obviously been listening to Barack's actual message, without the filtering of the corporate news media, because of what they say about him. For example, RFO's took note of what Senator Obama said in Pennsylvania recently about foreign policy:
The truth is that my foreign policy is actually a return to the traditional bipartisan realistic policy of George Bush’s father, of John F. Kennedy, of, in some ways, Ronald Reagan, and it is George Bush that’s been naive and it’s people like John McCain and, unfortunately, some Democrats that have facilitated him acting in these naive ways that have caused us so much damage in our reputation around the world.
What an exciting discovery! These RFO's! While you're chatting up your favorite Republican at lunch, why not do some recruiting!

That's not all! You know what? I made another startling discovery: with the same effort of Googling, I could not find any organized group for Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Stop me before I say a single word....

... about last night's Democratic Debate in Philadelphia or about the Annual Radio and TV Correspondents Dinner in Washington.
If I can't keep it positive or clean, I won't say a thing.
I had no time for gothic chics riding broomsticks, or pricks laughing at dicks. There was a GR8 ball game to watch!

Rafael Furcal goes 4-for-4 with HR as Dodgers beat Pirates

LOS ANGELES -- It wasn't until Day 15 of the regular season but manager Joe Torre was finally treated to the lineup he envisioned this spring.

A combination of injuries and slumps has contributed to an offense that struggled to score consistently but Wednesday the Dodgers used a 15-hit attack to record double-digits in hits for the fifth time in their last six games.

Paced by a 4-for-4 night from Rafael Furcal and buoyed by the return of Nomar Garciaparra from the disabled list, the Dodgers put four runs on the board in the first inning and eased past the Pirates, 8-1, to take the series.
What a night!