As an Obama supporter, it really annoys me whenever I see a Clinton supporter say that we're just drinking the Kool-Aid. Recently, though, I've been thankful that this phrase has been turned back towards the Clinton camp.
Still, on a recent trip to supermarket I passed the Kool-Aid section and noticed all the wonderful flavors of Kool-Aid and wondered what flavor Kool-aid would be most appropriate to either camp.
I eliminated any of the simple basic flavors, such as Cherry, Punch and Strawberry. Let's go down the list and take a look at some of our favorite Kool Aid Flavors:
I think this one can work for Obama. I love the blue color and I hope to see lots of blue when he wins the election!
Changin' Cherry also works quite nice for Obama but I'm not too thrilled about the magician. It alludes towards illusions and trickery. Boo!
I'm soooo not going there.
Chicken!? Seriously? There's a chicken Kool-Aid? I couldn't find any confirming information on this so I'm going to assume Wikipedia's entry is wrong until I find out otherwise.
Ice Blue Island Twist
Obama's blue, he's cool as ice and grew up in Hawaii. I like this one.
Outdated and it combines two of my least favorite flavors, lemon AND grape. I think this is Hillary's flavor.
Oh Yeah Orange-Pineapple
I just like this one since this is the Kossack Kool-Aid. It's orange and we support Obama more, hence the pineapple.
I ain't touching this with a 50-foot pole.
There's a dinosaur on the front. It's not totally blue, and it's not completly red. Did we find Hillary's flavor? Well, probably not as purple can indicate a union of the red and blue states.
I'm liking this one too for Obama. After 8 years of Bush in office it's time to let the sun rise! It also has a nice commonality with Obama's campaign logo.
Strawberry Split Punch
The split alludes to divisiveness and Hillary is certainly a polarizing person. Is this Hillary's flavor?
After looking through the flavors, I personally like Ice Blue Island Twist for Obama and Lemon-Grape for Hillary. But that's just my opinion. What do you think?