CARLSON: You're going to be on the National Mall [in Washington, D.C.] soon performing for Pepsi and the NFL and also to support our troops. A lot of entertainers have come out against the war in Iraq. Have you?This interview also includes the following unrelated, hilarious exchange:
SPEARS: Honestly, I think we should just trust our president in every decision he makes and should just support that, you know, and be faithful in what happens.
CARLSON: Do you trust this president?
SPEARS: Yes, I do.
CARLSON: You worked with Pepsi for a long time. Candidly between you and me, how much Pepsi do you think [you drink] on an average day?Britney is my idol. Okay, back to the list!
SPEARS: I really do like Pepsi.
SPEARS: I really do.
CARLSON: What's your favorite kind?
SPEARS: My favorite kind of Pepsi? Pepsi's Pepsi.
CARLSON: You don't drink Diet Pepsi.
SPEARS: No, just regular Pepsi.
#4) The Hiltons <3 McCain, or <3ed, anyway, to the tune of $4,600, the maximum allowable donation to his campaign. Now, not so much.
#3) McCain <3s 25-year-old blond heiresses. His own wife was one when he met her.
#2) The world <3s Obama -- why isn't that a good thing?
#1) The GOP <3s celebrities.
This shit makes me tired. Worse is the most recent deflating Gallup poll, which puts Obama only one point ahead. In one corner, you have a young, dynamic, intelligent, good-looking, thoughtful, church-going family man. In the other, you have the technologically illiterate Grampy LaGrumps who traded in his first wife for a far younger lady, one who came with a well-connected political father and no embarrassing personal disfigurements. And voters are painfully divided?
Well, as I do every four years around this time, I will try to keep from sliding into cynicism about the American people.