For Immediate Release:
Tuesday, February 5, 2008
The board of governors and editorial managers of DovBear are neither excited nor proud to announce their mostly indifferent support for Barak Obama. The seven or eight nimrods who read DovBear with any regularity are expected to entirely disregard this announcement and to vote as they think best, irrespective of what some anomo blogger suggests.
Senator Obama had no comment.
DovBear issued the following statement on his blogs endorsement:
"I'm not going to sit shiva if Hillary wins, but I believe that Obama has a better chance of cleaning up the mess made by the outgoing president. Everything Hillary attempts will be scrutinized, challenged, misrepresented, and dismissed by the dittoheads who unfortunately have come to dominate the national conversation. Obama carries none of that baggage, and has already demonstrated an ability win support and respect from the other side of the aisle."
"For the record, I won't rend any garments if McCain wins either. The man, as even Ann Coulter has conceded, isn't really a Republican. I like his thinking on immigration and campaign financing, and I really like the fact that he is despised by those talk-radio fanatics who call themselves "true conservatives." The glorious thing about this primary season is not, as some have said, that the Democrats are going to nominate a black man or a woman, but that the Republicans, at long last, have entirely repudiated the despicable and clueless wing of their party."
According to experts and political strategists this endorsment isn't expected to matter in the slightest.