Jan. 21st, 2009 01:03 pm
hellowonderland: (obama // hot with his wife)


The Sex.

They are, truly, The Sex of all Sexy and I, for one, am very jealous of that intensely sensual connection they have. Right there -- that is a marriage -- that is for keeps, that is love and lust and desire and passion -- that is who they are and what they are, and they are in this, for real, never wavering, never straying, because they found THAT person. Their best friend. Their soulmate. Their lover. Their Always.


At last, indeed.

You smiled, you smiled...

Oh, Barack. You smiled. The spell was cast. And here we are.
hellowonderland: (community organiser // liberty)
Holding my breath.

Yes we can.

PS: I am going to post something completely unrelated to the election soon. Yes indeed! (I am)
hellowonderland: (jim pam // kissing in the rain)
{This is really, really scary}

(Yes, my icon has nothing to do with this, but I love Jim and Pam so much and wanted to see them!)
hellowonderland: (palin // anyone can do it)
Although it angers me to see that dumb-shit smile on her face, I kind of love when CNN post pictures like that of Palin next to articles like this: {Palin blasts Obama for his views on abortion}. Women should look especially hard at how SHE views this issue. I mean, we already know that she put her own views ahead of her daughter's happiness, so I doubt the average American woman's right to privacy over her own body will mean much to Sarah Palin.

Not to mention:

From {http://edition.cnn.com}

"The notion that legitimate criticism of Sen. Obama's record and positions could be compared to Gov. George Wallace, his segregationist policies and the violence he provoked is unacceptable and has no place in this campaign. I am saddened that John Lewis, a man I've always admired, would make such a brazen and baseless attack on my character and the character of the thousands of hardworking Americans who come to our events to cheer for the kind of reform that will put America on the right track. I call on Sen. Obama to immediately and personally repudiate these outrageous and divisive comments that are so clearly designed to shut down debate 24 days before the election. Our country must return to the important debate about the path forward for America."

Shortly after, Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton released a statement on the Lewis comments.

"Sen. Obama does not believe that John McCain or his policy criticism is in any way comparable to George Wallace or his segregationist policies," Burton said. "But John Lewis was right to condemn some of the hateful rhetoric that John McCain himself personally rebuked just last night, as well as the baseless and profoundly irresponsible charges from his own running mate that the Democratic nominee for president of the United States 'pals around with terrorists.' "

THAT IS RIGHT! Because, my God, people were shouting "KILL HIM" in the Republican rallies, and that scares the living shit right out of me. How is listening without comment, and therefore, IMO, condoning those sentiments, "legitimate criticism"? Has McCain completely lost his mind?

Another thing.

Why is Sarah Palin so intent on protecting unborn children even to the point of denying abortion to victims of incest and rape, but every other day, I see a new photograph of her smiling over a dying moose that is covered with blood? I mean, seriously?
hellowonderland: (buffy // plus rocket launcher equals otp)
I can't stand Elisabeth Hasselbeck. I can't. Can't can't can't can't can't can't can't


You have to watch this to believe it. If she ever tells ME to fucking "relax" ... oh my god.



Oct. 4th, 2008 03:53 pm
hellowonderland: (mamma mia // squee)



Via [livejournal.com profile] kita0610
hellowonderland: (jfk // community organizer)

Made by Leonardo DiCaprio. This is so cool. It's so Tiny Fey.*.

*This is what I say whenever something rocks hardcore.
hellowonderland: (clinton vs palin // agree no)
We want elite pilots to fly our planes, elite troops to undertake our most critical missions, elite athletes to represent us in competition and elite scientists to devote the most productive years of their lives to curing our diseases. And yet, when it comes time to vest people with even greater responsibilities, we consider it a virtue to shun any and all standards of excellence. When it comes to choosing the people whose thoughts and actions will decide the fates of millions, then we suddenly want someone just like us, someone fit to have a beer with, someone down-to-earth—in fact, almost anyone, provided that he or she doesn't seem too intelligent or well educated.


The world is growing more complex—and dangerous—with each passing hour, and our position within it growing more precarious. Should she become president, Palin seems capable of enacting policies so detached from the common interests of humanity, and from empirical reality, as to unite the entire world against us.

From this, a fantastic, fantastic article on Sarah Palin and the anti-elitism that permeates the election. Wise words, and I urge everyone to read it -- wonderful, intelligent and spot-on thoughts.
hellowonderland: (clinton vs palin // agree no)
From {Facebook group: 1,000,000 Strong Against Sarah Palin}.

I urge you to read this, think about it and re-post it. Everyone in the world should know what she thinks, believes and how she acts.

Sarah Palin's Resume )

If even part of that doesn't make you shudder with horror, I fear not only for the United States, but for my country, and other countries, and for our children-- what kind of world are we building for them? Really?

At least, I know that in Canada, if in the future, my hypothetical ten-year-old daughter were to be raped and become pregnant, I could get her a safe and legal abortion. Will American women be able to say the same?
hellowonderland: (mamma mia // squee)
Tina Fey makes my clit hard. Seriously.

Bitch is the New Black: Why People were Threatened by Hillary, by Tina Fey

"I can promise you, they are having exactly as much sex as George Bush and Jeb Bush are," Tina on Bill and Hillary
hellowonderland: (hillary // supporter of obama)


"And in conclusion, I invite the media to grow a pair. And if you can't, I will lend you mine." - "Hillary Clinton"

yes. this.

Sep. 14th, 2008 08:47 pm
hellowonderland: (obama // means hope)
This is very awesome

[livejournal.com profile] a2zmom on partial-birth abortions and the right wing crazies who would have you believe that women use them for "convenience".

As I said in my comments, what's even sadder than the ignorance? Is the fact that the Republican party DEPEND on that ignorance to push their sick, woman-hating agenda.
hellowonderland: (community organiser // liberty)
Via [livejournal.com profile] kita0610

And people are actually voting for her.

Don't kid yourself. If you vote for McCain, you are voting for Palin. She will step in and be President if something happens to "Maverick".

Just... good Christ. This can't happen. This person cannot be in charge.
hellowonderland: (meredith // so much to say)
As much as I disdain Obama's choice of VP (just NO, on all levels), I still believe in him and his campaign and he MUST be President. So I do hope that vexed Clinton supporters don't fall for this pandering crap.

I am Canadian, and yes, this is still important to me. Women of North America, do not think that this means McCain loves YOU. What he loves is an opportunity.

PS: I am still an ardent fan and supporter of Hillary Clinton, however, I recognize -- as she does -- that right now, people need to come together and support the common cause. And that is to kick the Republicans out of the White House. Do I think Obama should have picked her as VP? Yes. He should have pulled a Kennedy and put in his own Lyndon Johnson, despite his misgivings, because he should have recognized, as Kennedy did, that it was the only way the party could be truly unified. However, what's done is done.

Obama for prez!

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