Obama killed it in this dance-off! He just looks way smoother and more comfortable with the pop n' lock moves. It was just too easy. McCain had some surprising breakdancing skills though and delivered the best line of the competition: "Krumpin' You Can Believe In". Ha ha. Sarah Palin even makes a special guest appearance at the end but looked like she needs some work on her Hip Hop moves. That ass bounce was lacking some shake to it. I'm sure the club scene is limited in Alaska...
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I arrived home from our trip to celebrate our friends graduation from boot camp just in time to miss the town-hall style debate. I tried to push our departure time so that I could get here in time or at least close enough for radio reception while we were on the road but as with many things in life it was not to be. The call of the Pacific Ocean, the crash of the waves, the kids screaming to surf just one more time were all to great and overpowered my desire to be in front of the tube.From...Read Full Story
As the American Presidential election heats up, we get to see a peek at the topic we're told never to talk about in public -- faith/religion. Politicians have long sought to use religion to frame their messages, yet without using too much of it so as to be labeled a "fanatic". The 2008 elections are no different. First, we saw Barak Obama initially downplay the racist & anti-American ideas of his church of 20 years & then he finally had to distance himself from the church all together or...Read Full Story
Well Prop 102 - the "We Must all be Heterosexual" a.k.a. "Protect us from those that believe differently" marriage amendment to the Arizona State Constitution continues to attract the homophobes of the world. on About.com: Phoenix it was stated that:“The clash between gay marriage rights and religious freedoms will escalate in the coming years. As gay rights continue to win, you will see a serious weakening and decline in religion and family…”Of course I had to ask a question and make a...Read Full Story
A funny observation of the reality of the 2008 Presidential VP Candidates