Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Has Everything Been Taken Over by the Red States?

Alongside my blogger co-host, and on the eve of the American Idol finale, I also need to comment on this important event. As a big fan, I look forward to watching the show every week (I mea really..is there anything else to watch on TV besides this and the Food Network?). While my deep love dwindled somewhat following the departure of my darling charismatic Constantine, I still have a special place in my heart for AI.

So, here we are left with two southerners...one from Oklahoma and one from Alabama. Is everything in America now driven by red states? We, unfortunately, have a red state president, but do we have to have a red state American Idol too? Sadly, it seems inevitable at this moment.

Are blue state people just not voting in ANYTHING anymore? Do blue state people just think they are above voting for anything all together? How much longer are the blue states going to stand aside and let the red states rule everything?

7 comments:

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The Goddess said...

I think we blue-staters are just all curled up in a ball, shaking and crying; and so it's hard for us to pick up our phones to text our votes.

Either that, or we all have Verizon cell service, and thus are being discriminated against by AI, which has whored its soul to Cingular.

Anonymous said...

Maybe its just that Southerners are more talented than Northerners? We Northerners have things to do like make money and use birth control and Southerners sing and dance.

Lloyd61 said...

It has been a trend...
Kelly - Texas
Reuben- Alabama
Clay - NC
Fantasia - somewhere backwards (I cant remember)

Murphy's Lawyer said...

Perhaps, my Blue State friends, you could stop the insanity by overcoming your addiction to "American Idol" and all other faux-Reality TV (sorry, Elle, I know I broke the "You don't watch it, you can't comment rule." Whaddya gonna do, sue me?)

Elle Woods said...

Well, if there was other good stuff to watch on TV (besides Seinfeld and Sex in the City reruns and the Food Network) perhaps my addiction would die. Please tell the networks to put something good back on TV.

Murphy's Lawyer said...

Sorry, sweetie, Murph doesn't have that kind of juice.