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March 4, 2016

March 3, 2016, perhaps the most interesting day in politics ever

First, we had Mitt “the Glove” Romney come out of the blue or from under whatever rock he has been hiding under for the last four years and give a speech that lambasted the republican front runner Donald Trump. And what a speech it was! He calls Trump, who was a big-time Romney backer four years ago, a fraud, a phony and a failed business man. Call him what you want, but I really don’t think Trump is an idiot or a failed businessman. Romney, actually advocated a contested convention by suggesting voters vote for Rubio in FL and Kasich in OH, should STFU and go back under his rock. Deep under. He did more damage to the party of Lincoln and Reagan in that speech than Trump has done in the entire campaign. Don’t they realize how horrific they come across? How stupid and petulant they sound? He is a failed candidate and the principal architect of Obamacare and no one really cares what he has to say anymore since he is no longer relevant. I was surprised he got so much press, but it was planned that way and I don’t think it really worked.

Then, the debate. Just wow. The thing devolved quickly into a shouting match and a “whose got the bigger dick” contest. I have concluded, after watching the debate and reading the reviews of it today, that John Kasich has the biggest schlong on that stage by a goodly margin. His balls must dwarf those of Ted “Don’t Call me Tom” Cruz and Marco “The Little Bot” Rubio. Kasich did not engage in silly personal attacks. He did not insult his opponents or make snide personal comments. He didn’t talk over the other debaters or the moderators. He was respectful and intelligent and offers real hope and good ideas. Kasich comes to the dance with nearly impeccable credentials. He doesn’t shout. He has real Head of State experience and serious cred in the national arena. He doesn’t act like a third grader who just got his favorite toy taken away by his diapered arch-rival in the sand box.

John Kasich would smoke Hilleroid Clinton in the general election in my opinion.

John Kasich is now my guy. Which puts me in the company of strange bedfellows since for Kasich to get the nod, he has to see a contested convention at this stage. Maybe Romney should give a few more speeches before returning to his very expensive hidey hole.

PS: Megyn Kelly is a goddess.

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February 24, 2014

Alec Baldwin an Epic Fail of a teachable moment.

Just when I thought the Neanderthal was going to have an a Epiphany and see the true origin of the politics of division that cast him out of his beloved Party of Sycophantic Hypocrites. But to no avail- his denial of the true source of his problems is as pathological as is his denial of his obvious anger problem. Harvey Levin, Breitbart, Ailes and Fox News are the problem.

So now he is in self-imposed exile from whatever- I thought he was moving to Venezula, Switzerland, Canada or some shit when GWB got re-elected but … He’s still a Registered Democrat.

The word-thought-mumble crime police busted him.    GUILTY.

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October 11, 2013

Mike Ditka’s biggest mistake

Mike DitkaCoach Ditka gave serious consideration to running for the US Senate in 2004.

He now says not doing so was the biggest mistake of his life.

I couldn’t bring myself to vote for Alan Keyes in 2004 and felt I was left with NO CHOICE but to vote for Obama. I apologize.

Damn you Judge Robert Snider. Damn you.

June 4, 2013

Disgustation.

If Nixon and Carter made a baby…oh wait it appears they did.   Hold on- at least Nixon ended Vietnam and Carter got Egypt and Isreal* to quit killing each other. It appears the Politburo was resurrected…..

 

 

*I believe “Obamacare” will be a mere stick figure of it’s original incarnation when it’s done.

November 5, 2012

Tuesday November 6 2012

Election Day! My dream is that 74% of voters will be informed before casting ballots. Hopefully, people are learning to research the candidates for House and Senate so they fully understand the personal agendas they intend to complete while in office. Missouri Senate hopeful, Todd Akin, advertises he will agree with everything Romney wants passed. No brains. No voice. No guts – Wrong for America.

My vote will be for Barack Obama. Romney’s idea to increase the military scares me to death. I do not want to see our troops return home from Iraq and Afghanistan only to be deployed once again to who knows where!!

America needs attention. Our infrastructure is failing. Roads and bridges need repair or replaced. Water systems needs upgrading so Americans will always have fresh water and not be under boil orders like many in towns surrounding me, including the State capital, Jefferson City because the pump is over a hundred years old. Family’s have tragically lost their homes because low water pressure made fire hoses useless.

Economy will grow again if we have an agenda based on bringing jobs back to America. It is time we place money and resources into our homelands.

Vote informed.

October 29, 2012

You picked a fine time to lead us Barack

CATAGORIES: 2012 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS — FloridaBill @ 9:10 am

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Since Johnny Fubar isn’t here to save us with “Don’t vote for John Kerry”, we’ll have to settle for these two guys doing their best…and ripping off Kenny Rogers at the same time.

October 25, 2012

Beware Hurricane Sandy

CATAGORIES: 2012 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS,WEATHER PHENOM — FloridaBill @ 7:43 am

And it is all Obama’s fault. He can’t blame this one on Bush. Hurricane Sandy is gearing up as a “perfect storm” for the East Coast and may in fact effect election day. If it does, just remember that Obama is in charge and it will be on his watch. Just like the folks in Katrina, you were warned…

October 15, 2012

Quote of the Decade

CATAGORIES: 2012 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS,GREAT QUOTES — FloridaBill @ 7:04 am

The Quote of the Decade:
“The fact that we are here today to debate raising America ‘s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the US Government cannot pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our Government’s reckless fiscal policies. Increasing America ‘s debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that, “the buck stops here.’ Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better.”
~ Senator Barack H. Obama, March 2006
Correctly Attributed
www.snopes.com/politics/obama/debtlimit.asp

October 12, 2012

So who won the debate?

CATAGORIES: 2012 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS — FloridaBill @ 7:37 am

The Cheshire cat (Joe Joe Biden) or Mr. Paul Ryan?

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