Groundhog Day

What have February 2nd and April 22nd got in common this year? On both days, events in Pennsylvania presage weeks more of what we’ve already had enough of. Anticlimactic much?  Now it’s just a matter of hashing out percentages and delegates won. And the beat goes on. And on. And on.


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by raford on April 23, 2008 at 1:03 am

    And in two weeks, we in Indiana will end this race once and for all by voting Obama. This will happen. It’s almost over.


  2. I didn’t know you were in Indiana. How cool! Be looking forward to what you have to tell us as it goes on. We’re counting on you, Indiana!


  3. Posted by soupisnotafingerfood on April 26, 2008 at 11:17 pm

    Yep. that’s Pennsyltucky for ya.And people wonder why we beat tail outta there after 6 months of living there. We were like, oh, yeah, that’s right – we left here ON PURPOSE many years ago; what made us thing things had CHANGED???

    I’m sure my republican mother, a Hillary-Hater-is BESIDE her self. I can’t bring myself to ask her after our last discussion about Hillary last year. UGH.


  4. Never heard “Pennsyltucky” before. Most of my forays into the state have either been around Philly or to PA Dutch tourist country. It’s pretty country out there. One time we did go to a folk festival in Columbia, PA. It was beautiful but it did feel a lot more heartland that the more easterly parts. The hotel breakfast buffet had grits. When there are grits I know I’ve moved out of my element. Was a damned good buffet, though.


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