Well, Mitt Romney has thrown in the towel. This probably proves that on the right he was the best candidate for the job. He knew enough to depart without pissing good money after bad, and that’s a lesson all our politicians would be well advised to partake of. You kind of had to feel for the guy after West Virginia. I mean, what was done there was a do over. Put in football terms, after the Huckabee Patriots got their asses handed to them by the Romney Giant’s, They called the McClain scumsucking lying geriatric fuckwits (kind of lost my football motif their, but you get the idea) and borrowed a couple of linebackers and a running back. The refs allowed this, and with more men on the field Huckabee beats Romney. What kind of a halfwitted system is that? I know in-breeding is common in Appalachia, but I had no idea the incest ran into their politics.
The biggest problem for conservatives with Romney getting out of the race is simply he had the only chance left of beating McCain. Romney at least won in states where a Republican could be expected to win. I’m all but certain McCain isn’t going to win the presidency if he is counting on New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and California to get him there. I’d Have to say based on his moribund track record as a conservative a lot of Republicans won’t be wasting much time come November 4th. They’re already showing this with a poll count tht is less than half that of the democrats.
Speaking of which. After years of trying to get out the black vote they have finally accomplished it. Not only are they voting in droves, they are voting almost in lock step for Obama. I think this is cool. Everyone should participate, and all we had to do was make it color coded. Shoot, an oreo cookie could’ve beat George Bush had we only known. Scrape off the cream baby, if it ain’t all brown they won’t vote. Pardon my obvious racism here, but is it unseemly to note that only guys like Hitler, Stalin, Hussein, and Ahmadinejad enjoy an 88% popularity at the polls with people of their own race? Before you climb that podium fuckwit, I’m not comparing him to any of them. He is far less prepared to lead than any of them we’re upon seeking the highest office in their prospective countries. If you’d like a comparison I’d go with Jimmy Carter. Nice guy, incredibly intelligent, and so far out of his league that he well might have been the worst president in the 20th century.
While it may have been her last good night in awhile, Super Tuesday was fun for a couple of reason for Hillary. Can you imagine the joy at campaign hillary when they won Massachusetts in dare I say it….a landslide? Apparently Ted’s powerful endorsement wasn’t exactly that. It’s nice to see him out and about, and so pale he can’t be on the planet much longer. I don’t mean to walk on his grave or anything, but what a grand day it will be when his expiration date is realized.
A couple of other notes…wasn’t Missouri awfully close considering again that Barack had all the endorsements that matter their? Is there any state left that Huckabee can win? The answer there is decidely and resoundingly no.
All the rancor and vitriol aside, the democratic race is shaping up to be a real slugfest. I can’t picture Hillary Going quietly into that good night, and Barack has proven to be an astoundingly successful candidate considering he doesn’t have any experience, and his platform is still incredibly scant on detail.
I left out Ron Paul. Reason being is his irrelevence. Which hasn’t changed since day one, as previously stated to many times to ocunt here.
Hey Barack….Can You Spare Some Change?March 9, 2008
So how about that change candidate? I’m wondering what, other than skin color, the change isalleged to be. So far, other than his incessant whining now that the press is treating him like everyone else he seems like every other semi-crooked politician to me. Let’s, just off the top of our heads, look at the record.
So far he has never won an election for federal office that didn’t include getting reporters to dig through the divorce proceedings of his opponents trying to find some dirt that will stick. This includes the primary, and one election for federal office. Slinging dirt doesn’t really allow one to call himself the candidate of change.
He purchsed a home in which he realized “several hundred dollars worth of savings” in conjunction with a lot purchased by your typical everyday chicago style graft and corruption specialist. Here again the table was set long ago by those before him and he is merely eating the vittles.
I suppose when a couple of your top staffers come out and tell people you lied about NAFTA, and getting out of Iraq, and another admits you are not ready to be commander in chief in an interview that could be called change. Honesty is rare in campaigns, and thiese were the first honest things to come out of his campaign. Unfortunately, he said the NAFTA conversation didn’t happen when it actually did. His Iraq stance is also disingenuous on its surface because common sense says if a nuclear device goes off in fallujah we will be there long past 18 months. So again, his lying and obfuscations make this more of the same…no change here.
His record…that anemic thing he persistently points to could have been called change had he not followed in the footsteps of JFK and Jimmy Carter. Neither had a record of international involvement. One botched the bay of pigs, and the other failed so miserably when the Shah was ousted in Iran that 30 years later we still can’t get that particular burr out of our rump. Again….no change here.
So where is the change? great speaker? so was Reagan. Innovator? nothing new in any of his policy statements. Voting record?
Eureka…change…we have found you. I don’t think we have ever had anyone as liberal as Barack Hussein (yeah…its his middle name but he isn’t a muslim and damn the muslim’s should be pissed that the man won’t even own his moniker because it sounds like an islamic name) Obama run this deep into a campaign.
You should enjoy this time Barack. Hillary can only hit you so hard without offending the socialists in her party. Imagine what happens when that paragon of togetherness John McCain starts attacking your record of political isolationism. Do you really think you control the middle? you can’t control the middle from the far left or the far right, but you might have a shot if you’ve always been there. John McCain has. Of course, if he wins we will need to redecorate the oval office. I recommend putting the button on the top shelf. He won’t be able to reach it there.
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