Saturday, November 29, 2008

Win a $100 giftcard to Home depot! Not too shabby, eh?

GO ahead and enter, you know you wanna!! Who wouldn't? Just think. Gifts, gifts, stuff for yourself, gifts, stuff for yourself! The possibilities are ENDLESS! The contest is here at A Table for Five and you must enter by Sunday, Nov. 30th at 10:00 PM ET. Hop to it! Peace, love, happiness, and all that requires helium,

Friday, November 28, 2008

Tips I adhere to for those rare theater dates with my husband.

Movies Pictures, Images and Photos So this is the deal. I NEVER get to go anywhere with the husband unit. Ever. He is always working and we are as broke as a joke. So my dear lovely sweet sugar coated mom decided to spend the night with me and let us go on a movie date. So of course, I pick the movie because I am desperately aching to see Twilight. Desperate as you can see in a cry/whine blog entry I have below. But. I am thinking. We don't need to spend this $20.00 for tickets. We will want popcorn. Candy. Drinks. So I do the OH THE HORROR unthinkable. I pop my own popcorn. I smuggle my own candy. So we go on a date, just under $25.00 because the friggin' drink itself was almost $5.00! Yes. I am that desperate idiot smuggling a plastic Walmart bag full of popcorn inside my purse. So sue me. After all. I was doing the ever popular bring your own bag and stuff tactic so we can save the plant..thing. Right? *huge cheesy grin here* fafafaaf Pictures, Images and Photos So save the planet and money. Bring your own popcorn by smuggling in some jiffy pop in that over sized purse. recycle Pictures, Images and Photos Now, where is my damn snicker bar?

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Wordless Wednesday!

adrisbday24 Turning 3, Vtech style. Peace, love, happiness, and all that requires helium--

December 1st. AIDS awareness day.

On December 1st, AIDS awareness day is to remind everyone that the world still suffers from this epidemic that is not going away. So many things have to be done about it to get the word out to people. Awareness is very important and even crucial because there are so many out there that do not have the education or resources to obtain a better knowledge about HIV and AIDS. Some basic facts and knowledge from AVERT:
What is AIDS? AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is a medical condition. People develop AIDS because HIV has damaged their natural defences against disease. What is HIV? HIV - Human Immunodeficiency Virus HIV is a virus. Viruses infect the cells that make up the human body and replicate (make new copies of themselves) within those cells. A virus can also damage human cells, which is one of the things that can make a person ill. HIV can be passed from one person to another. Someone can become infected with HIV through contact with the bodily fluids of someone who already has HIV. HIV stands for the 'Human Immunodeficiency Virus'. Someone who is diagnosed as infected with HIV is said to be 'HIV+' or 'HIV positive'. Why is HIV dangerous? The immune system is a group of cells and organs that protect your body by fighting disease. The human immune system usually finds and kills viruses fairly quickly. So if the body's immune system attacks and kills viruses, what's the problem? Different viruses attack different parts of the body - some may attack the skin, others the lungs, and so on. The common cold is caused by a virus. What makes HIV so dangerous is that it attacks the immune system itself - the very thing that would normally get rid of a virus. It particularly attacks a special type of immune system cell known as a CD4 lymphocyte. HIV has a number of tricks that help it to evade the body's defences, including very rapid mutation. This means that once HIV has taken hold, the immune system can never fully get rid of it. There isn't any way to tell just by looking if someone's been infected by HIV. In fact a person infected with HIV may look and feel perfectly well for many years and may not know that they are infected. But as the person's immune system weakens they become increasingly vulnerable to illnesses, many of which they would previously have fought off easily. The only reliable way to tell whether someone has HIV is for them to take a blood test, which can detect infection from a few weeks after the virus first entered the body. (so much more, just go to website)
There are many ways to support World AIDS awareness day. You can test your knowledge about AIDS with an "AIDS challenge" on the AVERT; a national AIDS charity website as well as raise money for the charity. Join the campaign in putting an end to the transmission of AIDS to babies and children. Place a button on your blog, write to your congressman, blog about it, or send out bulletins on your myspace page. Get the word out in every way possible. Stop AIDS in Children Another thing is not to forget to wear your red ribbon on December 1st. The red ribbon is a symbol of AIDS awareness and is used internationally. You can easily make your own ribbon out of any type of red material. No purchase necessary! Visit AVERT for all the details on how you can spread AIDS awareness! Peace, love, happiness, and everything that requires helium --

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

A little big sweet giveaway!

I came across a win (no pun) giveaway on Mom Bloggers Club over at Momma Findings. I mean, who couldn't enter this awesome contest!! Check it out! Momma Findings Peace, love, hearts, and all that requires helium--

Friday, November 21, 2008

Happy three years of life, Adriana! A blog for my Adri.

It's just surreal that you, my first born babe is already three years old. It feels like it was just months, days, weeks, ago that I was in labor with you for over 24 hours! You always love a grand entrance, so why am I surprised? :) Your entrance into this world was grand. Of course it had to be with you coming in at 11 pounds and 15 ounces (yes, 12 pounds pretty much, yes vaginally, no c-section here) and 23 1/2 inches long. The scale 23 1/2 inches long Now that we have that settled, I can move right along. :) You were the celebrity of the maternity ward. Not only the largest, but the most beautiful baby in the nursery. You had so many visitors that didn't even know you! Nurses and random people visiting other moms in the hospital. Everyone wanted to see not only the largest baby they have ever seen but the most beautiful as well (yes, they said this, I am not just sayin' ) Adri You are my ever loving social butterfly. You are my little attention lover. You are my camera hog and my self-proclaimed "pretty-pretty" princess that loves Thomas the tank engine. Adrianasmile S4020584 (2) You brighten my days and grant me forever smiles. You talk to everyone; however, sometimes I understand that you need to warm up. Just depending on your little mood. Your are INDEED female, so you are excused! adriana5 adriana1 022 Your love for your baby sister is priceless. You two make a great team! adrilouallesue sistersforever You are my girlie girl and my tomboy, all wrapped into one precious gift. You surprise me with the things you say and the things that you learn so quickly. You are definitely my little Einstein. My little model. Picture 028 Adri at Easter My little "get-in-the-dirt-and-get-dirty" tomboy. You are everything that a mom could possibly want for her daughter to be. You are you, the love of my life! My love for you will always be strong and my heart with always be with you, no matter what else happens! We will conquer the world together and overcome anything. I love you Adriana Laura. I look forward to our life together! You complete me with your shining spirit and beauty. cupcake Love always- Mama adrianamommy1

El Sigh. Save me a hypothetical seat Shar.

While all of you Twilighters are out enjoying the first viewing of Twilight, I will be here. In my house. Watching my 3 year old put on her Cinderella dress up clothes that she got as a gift from my cousin over and over and over... I guess I could sit at the 'puter and watch the previews over and over. I could pretend that I am there. All of you, send out Twilight vibes to me while you are ENJOYING the film, mmK? Maybe a miracle will occur and I can go within the next week or something. Maybe, Edward himself will appear and take me to it on a date. Heck, give me Dr. Cullen, he has more dinero. I love you guys...then down there, not you: twilight Pictures, Images and Photos Save me that hypothetical seat Shar. Peace, love, kisses, blown up barbies and all that requires helium---

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Si, se puede. Yes we can.

I just wanted to put this up on my blog, so it will be remembered always. It is beautiful. It is so close to my heart and hopefully it is close to yours.
Yes we can. It was a creed written into the founding documents that declared the destiny of a nation. Yes we can. It was whispered by slaves and abolitionists as they blazed a trail toward freedom through the darkest of nights. Yes we can. It was sung by immigrants as they struck out from distant shores and pioneers who pushed westward against an unforgiving wilderness. Yes we can. It was the call of workers who organized; women who reached for the ballot; a President who chose the moon as our new frontier; and a King who took us to the mountaintop and pointed the way to the Promised Land. Yes we can to justice and equality. Yes we can to opportunity and prosperity. Yes we can heal this nation. Yes we can repair this world. Yes we can. And so tomorrow, as we take this campaign South and West; as we learn that the struggles of the textile worker in Spartanburg are not so different than the plight of the dishwasher in Las Vegas; that the hopes of the little girl who goes to a crumbling school in Dillon are the same as the dreams of the boy who learns on the streets of LA; we will remember that there is something happening in America; that we are not as divided as our politics suggests; that we are one people; we are one nation; and together, we will begin the next great chapter in America's story with three words that will ring from coast to coast; from sea to shining sea - Yes. We. Can.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

A giveaway for some ADORABLE shoes!

Take a look at this fabulous giveaway at The Dirty Shirt. These are the cutest shoes ever! Make sure to enter yourself and read the rules on how to enter. You wouldn't want to miss this! These would be great for your little ones or for a gift. Here is the website: See Kai Run. Peace :)

Monday, November 17, 2008

10$ CVS gift card give away!

Take a look at this fabulous blog, Frugal Rhode Island Mama (as I have mentioned before) to enter yourself in a Win a 10$ gift card to CVS! We all love CVS, especially my girl Kerr.

Friday, November 14, 2008

A great giveaway! $10 Toys-R-Us giftcard contest!

Frugal RI Mama is having a fantabulous contest and giveaway for a $10 gift card to Toys-R-Us! Please visit her blog and check it out! Not only does she have this giveway, but she runs ads for coupons and money saving tips as well. Check it out today. :)

Should Thomas Beatie be considered a "pregnant man" or "woman?"

First I want to say, that I am very happy for their family! I think they are just like any other family wanting to start off with experiencing the joy of children. Well, sometimes joy..YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN! ;) However, some are not so quick to call Thomas a "man" because of him being able to conceive. How do you feel and what are your thoughts about it? Here is the article: Barbara Walters Exclusive: Pregnant Man Expecting Second Child In First Interview Since Giving Birth, Thomas Beatie Tells Barbara Walters About Life With Daughter Susan By ALAN B. GOLDBERG and KATIE N. THOMSON Nov. 13, 2008
Thomas Beatie, the controversial "pregnant man" who gave birth to a daughter earlier this year, reveals to Barbara Walters in an exclusive interview that he is pregnant again with his second child. Thomas Beatie, a transgender, welcomed a baby girl, Susan, June 29. Since sharing the story of Susan's birth with ABC News, he and his wife, Nancy Beatie, hadn't spoken to the media until they sat down last month with Walters. Thomas Beatie, who is in his first trimester, tells Walters he did not go back on the male hormone testosterone after Susan's birth so he could have another baby. "I feel good," he said. "I had my checkups with my hormone level, as far as the HCG. And everything is right on track." He says the baby is due June 12. Thomas Beatie also spoke to Walters about Susan's birth, which was not via Caesarean section. He was in labor for 40 hours; Nancy Beatie cut the umbilical cord. 'We're Just a Family' In the spring, Thomas Beatie wrote an article in the national gay magazine The Advocate, revealing that he was legally male and that he was pregnant. He released a photo showing his bearded face and pregnant belly. The news -- and the controversial photo -- ignited a media frenzy and provoked questions about traditional notions about sex and gender. "Hiding a pregnant man is like hiding an 800-pound gorilla," he said of his decision to go public. "Nancy and I wanted to tell our story from our own mouths before it got out." Thomas Beatie says he was surprised at how quickly the news of the "pregnant man" spread. "I was shocked that it looped around the world in 24 hours," he told Walters. "I mean, it was on Chinese Web sites and, you know, Web sites in Romania and Russia and Brazil." He became an instant target of the tabloids and paparazzi, and fodder for talk shows and late-night television. Some people called Thomas Beatie a freak. He received death threats, and thousands of hateful comments still litter the Internet. To this day, he continues to receive anonymous hate messages. Since Susan's birth four months ago, Thomas Beatie, 34, and his wife, Nancy Beatie, 46, have been living a quiet life in Bend, Ore., and have rarely been seen in public, keeping their blinds drawn and monitoring surveillance cameras that surround their property. Despite concerns for his family's safety, Thomas Beatie says that he won't let fear rule their lives and that he feels they are a traditional family. "We are a man, woman and child. It's ironic that we are so different but yet, we're just a family, just the same as anyone else," he said. When asked why he makes many people uneasy, Thomas Beatie said, "I think that people are not used to seeing the image of a pregnant man. And it's causing a lot of people to think. … I used my female reproductive organs to become a father."

Equality for all Americans, right? Wrong. Repeal Prop 8.

So. Will it be equality for all Americans? Is that not what the Constitution of the United States of America deems for all? All just as equal as the other? Think again. No one should ever be considered the latter of another just because their sexual preferences are not like YOURS. Not like THEIRS. Not like that OTHER RANDOM PERSON. Not like your NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR. It doesn't matter that it isn't like those of the said others. What matters is that is it their own, it is their own proposed right as US citizens to love whomever they want to love. All people should be free to love, and to love equally. Why deny that to anyone? Since when is it acceptable to tell someone that they cannot marry the person they want to spend the rest of their life with? To tell someone they cannot start a family together, only because they are the same sex? Give me a break. There are millions of straight couples (married and non-married) out there that do not need to be within walking distance of children. There are plenty of heterosexual couples that treat their OWN children like animals; more so less than animals. However; no one is denying them their basic rights as citizens, are they? No, they aren't. Why? Because. You remember that is the NORMAL THING TO DO. The ACCEPTABLE thing to do. Sign the pledge; Courage Campaign, to repeal Proposition 8 in California and restore marriage equality! Sign the pledge to build the Marriage Equality Movement!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Ugly inside doesn't equal pretty outside. Ever.

Do you think that people who treat others like bile are pretty physically, when you see that others say that they are?? Are you able to actually think that a person such as this could possibly be physically attractive? Discuss. I cannot find people physically attractive that treat others like a door mat. I just can't. Goes to show that vanity, material possessions, etc. doesn't make a fuck who you are. Cuz you still beez a harpy ole shrew in my book! Get new clothes. Get new makeup. Get a new hairstyle. Get contacts. Get eyeglasses. In the meantime, get a new personality because yours was lugged out of the dumpster. Try Wal-mart sometime, if you dare walk in there and grace them with YOUR being! If you choose not to , then feel free to donate your brain (ah hell, go ahead and devote the rest of your body as well) to science. The demand for a cure of bowel mouth is rising in high percentages every day. Heh. Peacefully yours forever,

Monday, November 10, 2008

Bwahaha! This cannot be.

I ALWAYS knew these things were hogwash! Pardon me while I step outside and slap the first person I see.
Your Blogging Type Is Thoughtful and Considerate
You're a well liked, though underrated, blogger.
You have a heart of gold and are likely to blog for a cause.
You're a peaceful blogger - no drama for you!
A good listener and friend, you tend to leave thoughtful comments for others.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Aside from politics, a little Twilight to start the night.

Love yoo Shar!

To my Obama hate "mail" friends. LOVE YOU!

I love you anyways. Even after you call me communist! Get over yourself and go about your day. Your hate mail is not going to get anything accomplished with me. We should come together as Americans and try to bring our nation back together instead of focusing on this racism bullshittery. I have biracial children. Do I go around flaunting it and expecting people to kiss my ass for it? NO. I do not. Don't tell me you have black friends. Don't tell me that makes you different just because you have black friends. Don't use them to set your pathetic example. They should / would be ashamed of you for doing so!! Everyone is equal and NO ONE PERSON, especially their race should be used as a pathetic example! How degrading! So let it go already. LET IT GO. Get over yourself and stay in your little cavern of bigotry. Next thing you know, these same people sending the Obama hate mail will start on the homophobic message sending as well! I suppose I will just sit and WAIT. /sarcasm

The road ahead will be long...but we will get there!

I am proud to say that I have witnessed history in the making. I am proud that my family and I, especially my children are with me to share this wonderful experience of a lifetime. The first multi-racial President has been elected. A milestone on so many levels. People never would imagine that this day would come. It is here! YES WE CAN.
It baffles me how much hate is still in this country. A country that is so spectacular that people fight to be here. A country that is so spectacular that people leave their families for the promise of a better future. A country that is so spectacular that our basic civil rights allow me to have an opinion, and allow you to vocally disagree. A country that is so spectacular that a child born into poverty could run for the office of President of these United States. It's not my United States. It's not your United States. It's not his or hers. It's ours. Together. Caucasian, African American, Catholic, Jew, Muslim, Mexican, Asian, Irish-the last time I checked, we were all in this together. I want a better world for my children and my children's children.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Size 7, here I commeth.

Please size 7, allow for me to grace your presence. I miss you oh so very much. I am almost there, so close to you. I can barely reach out and touch you with my fingertips, so why don't you go ahead and let me in already. Damnit. I cannot believe I can already wear my pre-Alle jeans again! Now, I have to work on my pre-Adri pants. Sure. I am bragging. Sue me for slander. For the longest time, I was not happy with my body. AT ALL. My self esteem has risen because of this so I cannot stop now! Gotsta keep on goin' ... I even...get this...hold your breath... dab on some MAKEUP sometimes!! (Can you believe it?) I usually don't do the makeup thing because most of the time people are only wearing it because they care about what others think of them. I had a comment once from someone that said they wear it because they'd "scare others" if they didn't. Ugh. Who cares? Do it for YOU. If YOU want to wear it and make yourself feel better, do it. Don't do it only because it is what others expect. Just like the losin' weight thing I am attempting. Do it for you. I am! Have a happy election day doods! Imma nervous wreck! /bitebite

Taking a break from politics to do some advertising!

I need to take a break from the politics for a bit to do some advertising for some friends. :) Good stuff here! Get your custom made, innovational invitations made here at Daisyfly! My friend Sharon designs all of her own stationary and invitations. She also offers her own handmade jewelry. Take a peek and clink the pic below: Jess, another friend sells her handmade creations on Etsy. Her original and unique creations are all ideas of her own and are wonderful pieces! Think birthday and Christmas gifts. :) Click: Yesterday to Today Last but not least, Alisha is working on her new endeavor of photo announcements and stationary. It is a working progress and she may be joining with another friend of mine in the future. Some of her work can be found on her blog: Really? Seriously Though? One of THESE days, I will finally finish up with my shop, Flutter Stitches so I can finally join DaisyFly. FINALLY. :D My shoppe with offer handmade pillows, all my orignal ideas and creations.

Monday, November 3, 2008

NO to Proposition 8 !!

It blows my mind. It completely astounds me that the sanctity of marriage is on the verge of being taken away from those who bestow love upon one another just because of their sexual preference. WHO cares if they are a homosexual couple? Why don't these said persons focus on their own lives and not the lives of others? I am inclined to think that heterosexual couples would not fancy the fact that their rights as HUMAN BEINGS were taken away either, right? Wait. Of course not. That will NEVER happen because it is presumptive already! /slapsforehead Undeniably it isn't the matter of anyone in the first place who marries who. Just because some do not believe in it doesn't mean it is acceptable to force their lifestyle choices and personal values upon others. Most of the people that engross over this and want to tear apart homosexual unions are already dealing with some issues of their own. Especially to be occupied with the lives of others in such obsessive degrees. I loathe that the homosexual community seems to be such an easy target for such bigotry. I really despise it. It makes me sick on so many levels. Don't deny human rights to HUMANS. Didn't you forget? They are living, breathing, walking, talking, humans exactly like YOU. Doesn't it say in the constitution that everyone has their rights? Don't deprive US citizens of their civil rights! VOTE NO TO PROPOSITION 8! prop8

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Election day is here.

Don't forget!! Vote Pictures, Images and Photos Personally, I think all people old enough to vote should be registered and voting in every single election. It isn't that hard people. I have been doing it since I could enter the polls at 18.

Tsk, tsk, tsk, Aunt of Obama! /sarcasmwithaneyeroll

Why all the hoopla over Obama's aunt (unsure if this is even true or not) being an "illegal alien?" Isn't there at least 10,000 illegal aliens added to the US population each day? I thought so. Does the lot of them attempt to gain citizenship status? Yes, they do. Is it a hard process? EXTREMELY. My husband has been trying for years to obtain citizenship status. It has been very stressful as well as disappointing. We have paid fee after fee to Homeland Security as well as filing all the appropriate paperwork. Still. He must be sent to Juarez, Mexico (which will cost our family A LOT of money) for an interview. He will be denied citizenship. We already know this for sure. Then he will remain in Mexico for at least 1 month before he can obtain a hardship waiver to return back to us. Think about it. He is the sole provider of our family. He will be gone for an entire month at the least. Even if he receives citizenship status, he isn't finished with the process. It took my sister-in-law 10 years to obtain status. They kept blowing her off and having her fill out random things over the years. Plus, it was costly for her to do, so she was saving up year after to to pay the fees. Obama's aunt (of course if all of this is even facts) would have to do the same thing; however, my husband and sister-in-law had/has it much easier. They are married to American citizens. If you are not, then you will have it even harder. So please. Stop and think before you continue to forward all of those bullshit emails and what-not. Just stop and consider what is going on and do some research. For once, LEARN YOURSELF something.
WASHINGTON - Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama said Saturday he didn't know his aunt was living in the United States illegally and believes that laws covering the situation should be followed. The Associated Press found that Obama's aunt had been instructed to leave the country four years ago by an immigration judge who rejected her request for asylum from her native Kenya. The woman, Zeituni Onyango, is living in public housing in Boston and is the half-sister of Obama's late father. A statement given to the AP by Obama's campaign said, "Senator Obama has no knowledge of her status but obviously believes that any and all appropriate laws be followed." Traveling with Obama in Nevada, campaign strategist David Axelrod declined to elaborate on the statement, but said: "I think people are suspicious about stories that surface in the last 72 hours of a national campaign." An adviser to Republican John McCain's campaign, Mark Salter, said he had no comment on the reports about Obama's relative. "It's a family matter," Salter said. The campaign said it was returning $260 that Onyango had contributed in small increments to Obama's presidential bid over several months. Federal election law prohibits foreigners from making political donations. Onyango listed her employer as the Boston Housing Authority and last gave $5 on Sept. 19. Onyango, 56, is part of Obama's large paternal family, with many related to him by blood whom he never knew growing up. Obama's father, Barack Obama Sr., left the future presidential nominee when the boy was 2, and they reunited only once — for a monthlong visit when Obama was 10. The elder Obama lived most of his life in Kenya, where he fathered seven other children with three other wives. He died in a car crash in 1982. Obama was raised for the most part by his mother and her parents in Hawaii. He first met his father's side of the family when he traveled to Africa 20 years ago. He referred to Onyango as "Auntie Zeituni" when describing the trip in his memoir, saying she was "a proud woman." Obama's campaign said he had seen her a few times since that meeting, beginning with a return trip to Kenya with his future wife, Michelle, in 1992. Onyango visited the family in Chicago on a tourist visa at Obama's invitation about nine years ago, the campaign said, stopping to visit friends on the East Coast before returning to Kenya. She attended Obama's swearing-in to the U.S. Senate in 2004, but campaign officials said Obama provided no assistance in getting her a tourist visa and doesn't know the details of her stay. The campaign said he last heard from her about two years ago when she called saying she was in Boston, but he did not see her there. Few details from case Onyango's refusal to leave the country would represent an administrative, noncriminal violation of immigration law, meaning such cases are handled outside the criminal court system. Estimates vary, but many experts believe there are more than 10 million such immigrants in the U.S. The AP could not immediately reach Onyango for comment. When a reporter went to her home Friday night, no one answered the door. A neighbor said she was often not home on weekends. Onyango did not immediately return telephone and written messages left at her home. Onyango was instructed to leave the country by a U.S. immigration judge who denied her asylum request, a person familiar with the matter told the AP. This person spoke on condition of anonymity because no one was authorized to discuss Onyango's case. The matter was referred to the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General and the ICE Office of Professional Responsibility to determine if there were violations in publicly disclosing an individual's information, NBC News reported. It was unclear why her request was rejected in 2004. A spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Kelly Nantel, said the government does not comment on an individual's citizenship status or immigration case. (more on website)

Saturday, November 1, 2008

NO CANDY FOR YOU! Damn candy nazi.

My BFF that I didn't even have to interview or make a reality show to get shared with us on gab how much of a rectum blister people can REALLY be. Even when it comes to Halloween candy. Even when it comes to politics. Even when it comes to children not receiving candy while trick-or-treating because their parents are supporting Obama!! Yes you heard right. Boo! Supporting Obama? No treats for you Mich. woman shares sweets with only those who back McCain, Palin
GROSSE POINTE FARMS, Mich. - A woman refused Halloween candy to children whose parents support Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. Shirley Nagel passed out candy Friday on the scary U.S. holiday, but only to those who shared her support for Republican presidential candidate John McCain and his vice presidential pick Sarah Palin. Television station WJBK reported that a sign posted outside Nagel's house in suburban Detroit served this notice to children seeking treats: "No handouts for Obama supporters, liars, tricksters or kids of supporters." Nagel told WJBK that "Obama's scary." When asked about children who were turned away empty-handed and crying, she said: "Oh well. Everybody has a choice."
Sure, everyone has a choice. This woman has a choice to portray some obvious twatwafflery towards those children. What a choice to make! Bravo. /sarcasm Here's to the unnamed Michigan woman. Take your candy and shove it up your smarties tootsie roll a.k.a. shiny and sweet blistered anus. Same difference. Then, pass that candy out to your supporters that have given you high-fives for your fluffy act of support for your dear McPalin.