The path to victory for John McCain and the results of an Obama win.

If you only watched the mainstream media you’d think the election has already taken place, but the facts have yet to be determined.  Remember President Dewey?

Here is a story on how McCain can pull it out.  While it seems like a long-shot, it’s really not.  Nothing is impossible.

In the meantime, if Obama does win, Ron Hart is already preparing himself for some much needed down time.

I really do not want to be that “greedy” guy whom Obama so hates. “Greedy,” loosely defined in Obamanomics, is 49 percent of voters. For the record, if you make $249,000 per year or less you are fine; somewhere around $250,000 and above, you are officially evil and he is coming after you.

I want to appease the new administration and not be too productive. So, upon Obama’s passing his new redistribution plan, I will slow my work schedule, lay off a few people (Obama’s got their back) and let someone else bust his tail since I will now be able to get “redistributed wealth” from those poor fools who are ambitious, energetic, work hard and have made good decisions.

I cannot wait, as I need a break. And it will be nice to not be vilified by politicians. It will feel good to be liked again.

Wish me luck for the next few years. I am looking forward to a respite from hard work, taxes and creating jobs. It is a lot of responsibility that I will be able to “shrug.”

Read the whole thing.


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