Don’t tell me we can’t do something. Yes, we can! . . . yada yada yada . . . Let's be the generation that ends poverty in America . . . yada yada yada . . . We know what to do with health care . . . yada yada yada . . . We’ve got to get beyond small politics . . .yada yada yada. . .We can do better than that. . . yada yada yada. . . We need to come together. . . yada yada yada . . . We’ve got to return to the spirt that built America . . . yada yada yada . . . It's time for us to step up and meet these challenges . . . yada yada yada . . . This is not a campaign about me, it’s about you . . .yada yada yada. . .Obama seems like a nice enough fellow, just like Jerry. And the Seinfeld show did run for more than two terms, so maybe a campaign about nothing isn’t such a bad idea. Hmm, how about George Costanza for VP? Or Elaine? Or Kramer? Uh, scratch Kramer. Anyway, here’s the latest episode. Jerry, er, Barack, speaks to a crowd in Oakland, California. He says NOTHING.
Why is the Obama campaign like the Seinfeld show? Because it’s about NOTHING!