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*snort* So, I'm reading an email from the Obama listserv, and Google…
16th-Jan-2008 07:09 pm
So, I'm reading an email from the Obama listserv, and Google is doing its scanning my email and trying to aim ads at me thing, and what does it choose?
"Mike Huckabee in 2008 - www.mikehuckabee.com - Faith. Family. Freedom. Conservatives are choosing Huckabee"
Granted, there's a Clinton and Edwards ad on the side. But I'm amused that what turned up at the top was Huckabee.
17th-Jan-2008 12:28 am (UTC)
They probably bid the highest for the "political" keyword. (:
17th-Jan-2008 02:25 am (UTC)
I'm undecided between Clinton and Obama. She has more experience, but is wayyy to conservative and I don't like her voting record. On the other hand, Obama is very inexperienced, and I don't know if he's ready for presidency.
What's your take?
17th-Jan-2008 02:36 am (UTC)
My take is that she's too slick, and that I like that someone is talking about hope for once. Obama is inexperienced, but if he wants to learn, he can, and if he's as good a leader as he seems like he will be, then he'll know how to pick smart people and listen to them.
I keep hearing good things about Edwards; I need to make myself take another look at him.
Realistically? They're all got issues and good things about them, and the Dems would have to nominate Ghenghis Khan before I didn't vote for whoever they end up nominating, so I wish the candidates would stop with the mud slinging and focus on bashing the Republicans. :)
17th-Jan-2008 03:30 am (UTC)
Now, now. I'm sure Ghenghis has some good qualities. Especially relative to our current president.
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