Monday, November 06, 2006

No More Incumbents

My personal campaign has been to remove all incumbents from office. I was told recently that it was a very smart idea. When I asked why, the response had something to do with inexperienced Congressmen and Trent Lott. As far as I am concerned, the incumbent Congress may have experience, but they suck at their jobs. Why do they deserve to keep a job that they are no good at? If any other American went to work everyday and did a piss-poor job, we would be fired. And since the people still run this country, I think it is time to do some firing.
Tomorrow may be one of the most important elections in our lifetime. Many things may change. Historically, Americans are very apathetic voters. And it is that attitude that gave us the bunch of no-accounts currently serving in office. Tomorrow needs to end that apathy.
Let's not worry about the issues anymore. We are beyond issues. It boils down to this. Do you really think that a guy that hasn't done anything about a particular issue is suddenly going to change his mind and do something just because you vote? Of course not. The easiest solution is to clean house and see if this new group can do better.
So wherever you are tomorrow, remember this. No matter what they say to you, don't believe it. No incumbent deserves their job back this term. Don't worry about party, good looks, or issues. Simply vote for the other guy. The list that follows is made of the most useless human beings running for re-election. To vote for any of these people tomorrow would do a disservice to America. So DO NOT VOTE for any of the people listed below.
US Senate:
Arizona: Jon Kyl (R)
California: Dianne Feinstein (D)
Connecticut: Joe Lieberman
Delaware: Tom Carper (D)
Florida: Bill Nelson (D)
Hawaii: Daniel Akaka (D)
Indiana: Dick Lugar (R)
Maine: Olympia Snowe (R)
Maryland: Paul Sarbanes (D)
Massachusetts: Edward Kennedy (D)
Michigan: Debbie Stabenow (D)
Minnesota: Mark Dayton (DFL)
Mississippi: Trent Lott (R)
Missouri: Jim Talent (R)
Montana: Conrad Burns (R)
Nebraska: Ben Nelson (D)
Nevada: John Ensign (R)
New Jersey: Robert Menendez (D)
New Mexico: Jeff Bingaman (D)
New York: Hillary Rodham Clinton (D)
North Dakota: Kent Conrad (D)
Ohio: Mike DeWine (R)
Pennsylvania: Rick Santorum (R)
Rhode Island: Lincoln Chafee (R)
Tennessee: Bill Frist (R)
Texas: Kay Bailey Hutchison (R)
Utah: Orrin Hatch (R)
Vermont: Jim Jeffords (I)
Virginia: George Allen (R)
Washington: Maria Cantwell (D)
West Virginia: Robert Byrd (D)
Wisconsin: Herb Kohl (D)
Wyoming: Craig Thomas (R)

US House of Representatives:
CONNECTICUT HOUSE 02: Robert Simmons (R)
CONNECTICUT HOUSE 04: Christopher Shays (R)
CONNECTICUT HOUSE 05: Nancy Johnson (R)
FLORIDA HOUSE 22: Eugene Shaw (R)
ILLINOIS HOUSE 08: Melissa Bean (D)
INDIANA HOUSE 02: Chris Chocola (R)
INDIANA HOUSE 08: John Hostettler (R)
INDIANA HOUSE 09: Michael Sodrel (R)
IOWA HOUSE 03: Leonard Boswell (D)
KENTUCKY HOUSE 04: Geoffrey Davis (R)
LOUISIANA HOUSE 02: William Jefferson (D)
NEW MEXICO HOUSE 01: Heather Wilson (R)
NEW YORK HOUSE 20: John Sweeney (R)
NORTH CAROLINA HOUSE 11: Charles Taylor (R)
OHIO HOUSE 15: Deborah Pryce (R)
PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE 08: Mike Fitzpatrick (R)
PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE 10: Donald Sherwood (R)
VIRGINIA HOUSE 02: Thelma Drake (R)
WASHINGTON HOUSE 08: Dave Reichert (R)
WEST VIRGINIA HOUSE 01: Alan Mollohan (D)

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