Friday, October 31, 2008

McCain Hates Halloween

How can I say that? It's pretty easy if you use the transitive property. John McCain is against redistribution from the haves to the have nots. Halloween is about people that have candy giving it to people that don't. Therefore McCain cannot in good conscious support Halloween.

Don't believe me? Take transcripts from McCain's stump speeches and substitute candy for the words wealth or money.

That is what change means for Barack the Redistributor: It means taking your candy and giving it to someone else. He believes in redistributing candy.

Doesn't McCain realize that for kids that's a large part of what Halloween is about?

America didn't become the greatest nation on earth by giving our candy to ...[snipped]... "spread the candy around."

So the real question is: Why does John McCain hate Halloween?

And yes I'm joking, but it's really not that far of a leap from McCain's current arguments.


wtfree3 said...

But why should the government get to decide who gets my candy? Yeah, it may be that my candy gets washed together with everyone else's candy so that we cannot tell where my candy is actually going (like the AT&T rollover minutes commercial), but why is that better than me deciding how much candy I'd like to give away to those who have less candy, particularly those that come to my door asking for it? I only have so much candy I can give away.
< /tongue in cheek>

CAPT_Sawyer said...

But the Government continues to take your candy regardless of the winner of this election, and will continue to take your candy. I just don't happen to like what the Government is currently doing with my candy, and the fact that they lie about what they are doing with the candy.