To the undecided voter:

If Colin Powell’s endorsement didn’t sway you, if Obama’s economic policies don’t convince you, if his sure and steady demeanor in the face of crisis doesn’t assure you, if his dedication to repairing our country’s reputation doesn’t inspire you, if his plan for combating global warming and reducing our dependence on foreign oil doesn’t make you proud, if his soaring rhetoric doesn’t thrill you, if his good looks and charisma don’t attract you —

— won’t you at least please heed the call of the good people of Obama, Japan?

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9 Responses to “To the undecided voter:”
  1. sheherazahde says:

    What in the world is that!

    On the up side I heard some guy on NPR say that there really aren’t any “Undecided” voters. They will all split down party lines. They just don’t want to admit it yet.

  2. johnnycrulez says:

    All of the undecided voters I’ve showed this for are voting for McCain now.

    Thanks a lot, Todd Alcott.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Re: To the undecided voter:

    And everybody say… YATTA!!

  4. ndgmtlcd says:

    Opie’s endorsement managed to sway me. Too bad I don’t vote in the U.S.!

  5. woodandiron says:

    The Japanese culture is like American culture in a fever dream.

  6. Thank you sir.

    My brain needed breaking, and that did the trick.

  7. Anonymous says:

    obama vote

    …if two decades listening to the rants of a lunatic pastor, sitting beside his wife without a peep of protest, don’t make you doubt meme man and his explanation that it is the racism of the public and his granny’s racism that are at fault don’t convince you….if promises about unity and change don’t convince you any more than commercials and the press hasn’t brainwashed you…if a vice prez with bleached teeth and garbled speech and hair plugs don’t convince you about his judgment…

  8. The best thing about an Obama victory? When I travel overseas, I won’t have to pretend to be Canadian anymore.

  9. Anonymous says:

    In the interest of two-party system preservation, everyone should go to and look at our old buddy Toby Huss as Frank Sinatra’s bastard love child, singing to Sarah Palin. HILARIOUS! Lt. Ant from Brooklyn