I’d like to thank the two candidates running for president for coming on this blog and sharing their ideas on canine rights and helping dogs. The president began to lay out his plan to tax the rich and use some of the proceeds to help us pets to get the affordable care we need. While the president was a little vague and condescending, he and I agree in principle on the basic goal. Mr. Romney, who aspires to this important position, came on my blog and made some abstract arguments about ‘kibble procurers,’ which I didn’t really understand and I don’t think will convince any dogs to vote for him. He wants us to rely on our human owners, with no help from the government giving us free things. I appreciate Mr. Romney’s reference to the great Cocker Henry who said ‘give me chicken or give me death,’ but it was clearly a gratuitous reference that didn’t seem to support his point.
I’m glad to see the two candidates discard the politics of personal destruction long enough to discuss the important matters. As things stand now, despite the fact that he is not a dog lover (except when the dog is on his plate), I’m starting to lean towards President Obama.
I'd like to invite the candidates to continue to use this blog to reach out to the canine community. And if I've misrepresented their positions in any way, they can clarify