Saturday, January 29, 2011
INDEPENDENTS FOR OBAMA/PALIN
The Times They Are A'Changin'
by Winsip Custer CPW News Service
Following the success of the recent Presidential State of the Union address and it's warm feelings of bi-partisanship, a new grass-roots movement is taking shape in the Hot Coco and Tea Party whose slogan is "Independents for New Paradigms".
"We're 'early adopters' when it comes to a political change," said Wilmer Fastow of Indianapolis, Indiana, Chairman of the Indiana IPNP Committee. Some think we are radicals. They think that we want the new millennium now, but we're not willing to do violence to get regime change in America. In fact, we think that we've already had regimen change in America. Ten years ago a woman could not have been a vice-presidential candidate, especially one with a figure as nice as Mrs. Palins. Some people think we are some kind of cultural terrorists, but we're not. In fact, were mostly social Darwinians who see the universe not simply winding down, but ratcheting up as it winds down into one big love fest with joy and appreciation for all of our unique differences," said Fastow.
"I know that alot of folks fear being forced to change before they are ready, but we think people are ready or they wouldn't have gone this far and they certainly wouldn't have sat together at an Obama speech in years past, we'll maybe at a Lakers or Celtics game, but only if one was buying the beer and popcorn," said Fastow.
"We expect that at the next State of the Union address, Barney Franks will be sitting with John McCain and Harry Reid will be sitting with Michelle Bachmann, that NY's Senator Charles Schumer and Alabama's Senator Richard Shelby will be side by side and that Harlem's Congressman Charlie Rangel and Texas' Congressman Pete Sessions will be arm in arm. We believe that our country swings back and forth a lot politically and that we're actually changing all the time just like Charles Darwin said. We may change too slowly for the folks ahead of the normal bell curve or too fast for those behind it, but change is immutable. We have an African-American President, which would have been impossible even a few years ago. Sarah Palin? Just stop and think about what has changed in our society for the Republicans to put forth Mrs. Palin as a candidate for vice-president! WHOA!"