Halligan plan to vote Obama falls through

October 31st, 2008

Talk about an undecided voter…

“It looks like State District 21 candidate Jim Halligan supports both Barack Obama and John McCain for President,” stated Oklahoma Democratic Party chair Ivan Holmes.

On Tuesday, October 28th at a Langston University student government political forum Halligan told those present that he planned on voting for Barack Obama for President.

However, one hour later at the Payne County Medical Society in Stillwater, he told those in attendance that on November 4th he would be voting for John McCain.

Langston, huh? That’s special.

Well, at least he’s for change.

Where should Okies vote?

October 31st, 2008

Probably the easiest way for Oklahomans to locate their polling place is with the *unofficial Oklahoma State Election Board Polling Place Locator.


* The fine print:

The Polling Place Locator is not the official source of polling place assignments. Please contact your County Election Board with any questions.

My results were correct.

Obama for President, Reason #5

October 28th, 2008

Odds are it will save the Republican Party.

Republicans had a good run. But now they’re catching hell from a lot of average Americans. And even a few Okies. Face it, people are beginning to think that the so called ‘conservative party’ might share some blame for the condition the country’s in.

So, here’s the logic for four scenarios:

  • McCain wins and things get better – Republicans win
  • McCain wins and things get worse – Republicans lose
  • Obama wins and things get worse – Republicans win
  • Obama wins and things get better – Republicans win because everything’s better

There you have it! The only way Republicans can lose is to vote for McCain.

Sunrise in Little Axe

October 28th, 2008

Morning walks help clear my head.

When I’m 74

October 28th, 2008

I’ll be the first to admit that my blogging hasn’t been too great lately. So rather than try to make a big comeback all at once, I steer you to a list of 73 Oklahoma websites better than this one.

Oklahoma Magazine has compiled a list of Oklahoma blogs that stand out in the crowd. We have also included several helpful, informative or simply entertaining websites and forums. The list was compiled through polling readers and bloggers, then whittled down to represent the spectrum of Oklahoma blogging.

Idabel gals hard to satisfy

October 2nd, 2008

Thought I would share the love with fellow Okies and tell you about some chicks in Idabel who put out regularly. Yeah, I done ’em once. But be forewarned: if you satisfy ’em the first time, they’ll want more.

Do us again Okie! Do us again!

That’s what they call me.