Friday, August 29, 2008

Not a single comment?

This post will contain almost no new content, instead I just want to make an observation. Yesterday, I posted a funny video of one of the candidates for President, and I expected at least two or three comments. I figured I might get some negative comments from folks thinking I am endorsing Obama, or at least a comment or two from folks who found the video amusing. I mean the video was amusing for the simple fact that it featured a Rick Astley song! I'm not complaining I'm just surprised that I logged in this morning to find no (zero) comments. Maybe we are all just a little frightened to have an open discussion about politics for fear of being labeled "right wing" or "liberal". My philosophy is that there is enough goofiness in both parties to get lots of laughs out of.

By the way, I'm not endorsing Obama for President. If you are wondering who I am endorsing, I will reveal my choice for the Oval Office in a new post here on this blog in a couple of weeks.

There is one thing I want you to know about: It looks like you will be able to download any of the Sunday morning messages from Freedom on itunes very soon. We are working to have them available beginning the first week of September. I'll give you more info soon.

4 comments:

Trey Frick said...

So the itunes downloads will be past/historic sermons or just sermons going forward? My vote would be to have the old stuff on there too. Not that my vote will have any real pull.

I was actually laughing too hard to see my keyboard yesterday. It was a great video though.

kentbateman said...

I can't believe you're endorsing obama. I'll probably never come back to freedom again. ugh.


hahahahahahaha...

DMaC said...

I would have commented but I can't see video for now at work so I'll have to check it at home.
I'm assuming it was biting satire about the reform of the Wig party.

collinsfam said...

I'm totally guilty of not leaving a comment on the video- I thought it was genius and very entertaining and wish I had it on my blog quite frankly. I'm with Trey on the sermons - I vote for past sermons on itunes as well as future if that is even up for discussion- Im just excited that we will be able to click to get them now!! Go Freedom!