Tag: upcoming election

The left must really be desperate

The desperate leftards at WaPo have written an idiotic article which seems to basically be impugning Scott Walker’s credentials to be POTUS because he of all things dropped out of college. As Donald Trump points out, this reeks of desperation when these fucking idiots have tried to make a mountain out of this molehill when they have basically conveniently ignored far more for the asshole in the WH.

You have to wonder if these people simply lack common sense, a moral compass, or intelligence. Me, I think it is all of the above. Credentialed twerps that got their indoctrination and marching orders from the marxism infested academic swamps they now want to pretend one needs a seal of approval from to qualify for success doing a desperate projection, is all we have here. Maybe these morons would love for everyone to forget that getting credentialed by the Ivy league hasn’t really served us well, while successfully kick the living shit of marxist cock suckers in a seriously blue state.

BTW, George Washington, Abe Lincoln, and Ronald Reagan, all successful presidents that accomplished great things, also had no college degrees, while the fucking douchebag Manchurian candidate now in the WH is credited with all sorts of useless academic bullshit. The left is desperate, and I am loving the tears!

Burning Candidates

Here is the burning question: Will she or won’t she?

As if the latest batch of GOP candidates that have already declared has not caused a nation wide pandemic of narcolepsy, we have one more as yet to declare wannabe giving us TMI about her digestive problems:

You can see the whole interview here:

First question, is she sure that “fire” is not another Trig kicking around? Todd, you horn dog, put a rain coat on that sucker, will ya? you guys Catholic or something? Enough already.

As much as I like Sarah and think she really has the credentials with what she did in Alaska to be a good leader (unlike that “present” voting community organizer we have now), if I had her ear I would tell her ,”Don’t…Do…It”. Frankly, the group we already have would make for a good sitcom, she would do nothing to increase the size of that tent I referred to in an older thread. Sarah is making a ton of bank, doing these silly titillating tease interviews at Fox, she should milk those as long a she can,  then, once the decision is made to “not put my family through the sausage maker” to extend her services and her expertise as a power broker within the party. Given her popularity with the party faithful, she could stay relevant (and on the pay roll) for several more years, do that.

I got a kick out of Greta’s question about why anybody would want to be president, silly rabbit, just ask Michelle. Jetting all over the world, staying at the swankiest of hotels and taking your posse with you, all on the tax payer’s dime? nice gig if you can get it, Secret Service protection for life, a nice fat pension, speaking engagements as far as the eye can see. And if you are Jimmy Carter, you get a nice stream of invitations from all the murdering dictators of the world to stay at their place gratis. Just do a little lobbying work for Hamas, maybe throw out some outlandish statements like the South Koreans are human rights violators because they are not feeding their buddies in North Korea, stuff like that.

Maybe Arnold can throw his hat into the ring, no doubt running on that stellar record he obtained as the California governor, the one that went in with the best of intentions, but left a beaten broken man that doubled the debt he promised to fix.

As much as I would like to see Obama as a one term er,  my optimism in the face of an upcoming presidential election has never been lower. All the most promising are all still up and comers, working on their resumes for a future run, which leaves me out in the cold and about as satisfied as taking my sister to the prom (no, never did that). I have heard rumblings that Rick Perry, current Texas governor, is considering, also, that some are still working on Chris Christie. I could get behind both those guys (although if it was Christie, you would never see me).

So, any Palin supporters out there?

Newt Just Got Neutered

I never saw a fat man move so fast in my life. Ever since Sunday, when  the newest GOP nominee went on Meet The Press, and said this:

“I don’t think right-wing social engineering is any more desirable than left-wing social engineering,” he said. “I think we need a national conversation to get to a better Medicare solution for seniors.”

The GOP version of the Pillsbury dough boy has been a whirling dervish of activity in an attempt to walk that whole thing back and feign faux outrage at how his side has taken him out of context, what a putz.  Newt is reliving that old adage of ,” sleep with a thousand women and nobody cares but suck one dick and you are a cocksucker for life”.  All his conservative bona fides just went out the window, throwing Ryan’s plan, that which the House Republicans just hitched their wagon to, under the bus just made him a cocksucker. Unscrew that pooch, Mr. Speaker.


Now, if consistency was the order of the day and Newt was reaffirming an old position, then why all the outrage, flip-meet flop.


Newt Gingrich had plenty of people on the Right scratching their heads after his attack on Paul Ryan’s budget plan as conservative “social engineering,” but Republicans weren’t the only ones mystified.  The attack also puzzled Jay Newton-Small at Time.  Two weeks ago, Gingrich told her that he would have voted for the plan offered by the “brave” Republican Representative:

The former speaker sang Ryan’s praises for being a “brave” “man of ideas,” like Gingrich himself.

“But would you have voted for Ryan’s plan?” I pressed.

“Sure,” Gingrich replied.

“Do you think it would actually save the health care system?”

“No, I think it’s the first step,” Gingrich said. “You need an entirely new set of solutions.”

Compare this to how Gingrich described the Ryan plan yesterday:

MR. GREGORY:  But not what Paul Ryan is suggesting, which is completely changing Medicare.

REP. GINGRICH:  I, I think that, I think, I think that that is too big a jump.  I think what you want to have is a system where people voluntarily migrate to better outcomes, better solutions, better options, not one where you suddenly impose upon the–I don’t want to–I’m against Obamacare, which is imposing radical change, and I would be against a conservative imposing radical change


Considering that the unanimous consensus is  Medicare, as we know it, is broken, the only thing really radical is doing nothing at all to fix it.


And it makes me wonder if Newt even read Ryan’s proposal on fixing Medicare. Unlike Obamacare which was rammed through without discussion in the dead of night in the face of real bipartisan opposition, Ryan’s proposal is actually taking the proper course. It was debated and passed in the House and will now be talked about in the Senate. It is being discussed within the heartland, at town hall meetings, and the upcoming election will be a referendum on whether the folks want Obamacare, the politics of class warfare and class division, or whether they want a different approach.



What a week, The Huckster-out, The Trumpster-out,  now Newt deciding to blaze his own trail, Charles is right, he is done like dinner.