Honestly, it was a dirty, foul (that pun was intended) fight to the bitter end.
Now that I think about it, our dinner this weekend seemed like foreshadowing…
Happy election day! Or, as I like to call it, “The day when we vote for the individual who will bring us one step closer to actually keeping up with the Kardashians.”
Y’all, I am so excited to have this election past us. Can’t we all just go out for a frozen yogurt after this is over and talk about the good ‘ole days when we were free from political corruption and media bias?
This is my fourth and final interview in the series called “How to Win the Election.”
Here, I’m with grassroots candidate Roseanne Barr. Unfortunately, her busy schedule couldn’t allow her to weed out other engagements just to fit us in, so we conducted this interview over the phone.
Still, I believe it was one of the best. I certainly gained the most from this interview, and I assume you will as well.
Just watch this and tell me your mind isn’t changed…
Update: The winner of the Romney Chia Pet is…
LilMondu: “Chicken, onions, mushrooms, bell peppers, Roma tomatoes. On a pizza from Papa John’s. With garlic dipping sauce. Yum!
Congratulations! Contact us via the contact page to claim your prize.
If you’re at all like me, you’re beside yourself with excitement about tonight’s final Presidential debate.
The only things I enjoy more than a lively Presidential debate are indigestion, media bias and people blocking me on Facebook because of my commentary.
During the Presidential debate this past Tuesday, a Facebook friend of mine – actually, she’s a real, live friend of mine who lives across the street – appropriately identified some of her Facebook friends as “armchair politicians.” She’s referring to those who have never played the politics “game,” yet they seem to have so much to say about it.
I happen to like her analogy.
This week’s How-to Tuesday is a wrap-up of my time with both the Obamas and the Romneys where I counseled them on how to woo mom voters in America.
And as we head into tonight’s Presidential debate, I’ll watch with bated breath to make sure both candidates took my advice to heart.
And if Mitt Romney even thinks about mentioning Costco, so help me…
Update: We have a winner, ladies and gentlemen!
“Katie: We need to get together and catch up. There are coffeeshops in Korea… interested??!”
Shoot me a message, Katie, and we’ll pop your prize in the mail. Thanks for playing!
To celebrate the absolute absurdity that has surrounded us all this election year, I decided to join in the nonsense and host a Presidential Giveaway.
So, without further adieu, I present to you the 44th President of the United States — with green hair:
Well, friends, last week you got to see my interview with the Obama family. And what a successful(ish) session that was. We still have some things to work on, but I feel the President and First Lady both made some real progress in our time together.
Since I am both fair AND balanced, I offered my political counseling services to the other two viable candidates — both Mitt Romney and Roseanne Barr.
My dear readers, I know we’re all sick of political ads and rhetoric from both sides of the aisle — not to mention the emotional, political rants on every form of social media.
Quite frankly, we’re inundated.
So, I sat down with the Obamas to give them a bit of guidance on how they can win over the mom voters in America. This is part one of two of the Obama sessions. There was just so much material…