Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Who's your sugar daddy?

While watching the news the past week I've heard rumors that Obama might be addressing the debt Hillary Clinton amassed during her "I'm gonna stomp my foot and hold my breath" tour, I mean, campaign. Now it appears to have come to pass, as Obama has urged/asked major supporters of the Democrat persuasion to ease Clinton's financial woes.

Awwwwww, whadda guy!

Do you think I could get him to convince well-heeled folk to pony up some money to get me out of debt? I'm a "public servant." How about it Obama? I mean, I pay out the butt for school loans, had to get deeper in debt when my mom was out of work for two years, and I have done my part to contribute to the economy by purchasing a car on a really long installment plan.

Just think of what I could do if I were debt-free: I would be free to just go wherever I wanted. I could quit teaching. Getting rid of the job-stress alone, aside from life-stresses, would be the priceless part of the whole getting debt-free thing. No more parent emails about why their cherubs should get an A rather than a B (or worse), no more kids stalking me about their grades, no more after school supervision...I could actually go exercise. WOW! Being debt-free might actually make me a nicer person to be around.

O.k., really wealthy Democrats-(and Republicans)-with more money than I'll ever see in my lifetime: The next time you want to gamble in Vegas, want to play the political horses, or buy really expensive artwork and trinkets, think of RT and getting her out of debt. You are free to waste your money how you see fit, but you could use it for some real good. Just a thought.

(H/T: CNN)


USA_Admiral said...


Politicians make me sick. I am swiftly tuning into an Anarchist.

RT said...

I'm just slowly realizing that we little people just need to start looking out for ourselves more, because the connected folks who talk about compassion and care, only mean it for themselves.

Rogue said...


RT said...

Yeah, can't we just fire 'em all, already? I thought we had that right.