Monday, November 3, 2008

A whole new meaning to "airing" political ads

Here is another example of aviation's impact in this year's transformational national election. Senator McCain is toast in Colorado following this sighthing over Mile High Stadium on Sunday:
Look, I grew up in Colorado, and outsiders underestimate the importance of the Broncos, and by extension the complete and total detestation of the Raiders. Coloradoans are such Broncomaniacs, that, in fact, political scientists have theorized that the power structure in Colorado looks something like this:

1. Governor
2. Speaker of the House
3. Senate President
4. Broncos quarterback
5. Joe Sakic

Number 5 on the list is why this did not help either:
I'll be roadtripping to Scranton, PA tomorrow to GOTV (or "get out the vote" for the laymen). Even though I am feeling optimistic, I cannot justify standing on the sidelines when the other side has put all their chips into a neighboring state.

Which reminds me, John McCain thinks Mike Schmidt couldn't hit water if he fell off a boat and that Donovan McNabb throws like a girl.

Just sayin'. (Wink)

4 comments:

christine said...

You're going to PA?? That's awesome.

Roman said...

That's all well and good... But I must point out that John Elway is supporting McCain...

Roman said...

That's all well and good... But I must point out that John Elway is supporting McCain...

Sparticus said...

Ahhh yes Roman...not only is Elway backing John McCain, but he's been mentioned as a possible Republican candidate for Guv in CO in 2010.

http://coloradopols.com/showDiary.do?diaryId=2521