Sunday, October 19, 2008

Geographically Confused

It was so kind of the McCain campaign to enlighten me on fairly critical detail of my every day life: I don't actually live in the state I think I live in.

I certainly agree that northern Virginia has gone more Democratic. And as a proud resident of Oakton, Virginia I can tell you that the Democrats have just come in from the District of Columbia and moved into northern Virginia. And that’s really what you see there. But the rest of the state, ‘real’ Virginia if you will, I think will be very responsive to Senator McCain’s message.

This, of course, brings up some fairly pressing questions, that if the McCain Campaign could explain I'd be really helpful:

  • If I don't live in the Real Virginia, where do I live? What is my state abbreviation?
  • Do I still have to pay Real Virginia taxes? Or, can I just skip paying state taxes this year?
  • I'm guessing that the Real Virginia is Pro American. How about where I live? More importantly, am I Pro American?
  • What are the exact boundaries of the Real Virginia? Do I need some sort of permit or visa to enter?
  • Are comments like this really useful?

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