Can we have some new candidates, please?
I dissed Hillary when she faked a Southern drawl in Alabama. That was just stupid and belittling. I dissed Obama for repeating hearsay and screwing up simple numbers. This weekend Tommy Thompson blamed a bad hearing aid along with a cold, and a desperate need to pee for flubbing a gay rights question. Not to be outdone, Sam Brownback spoke of the greatness of Peyton Manning, in Wisconsin.
None of these issues are world issues, to say the least. However, it shows an overwhelming lack of common sense. Pretty much across the board. McCain’s aggravating people all over the place, Giuliani’s slipped up several times as well.
I have offered a couple of alternatives in the past. Condi Rice, and Jessica Simpson.
I’m still waiting. If they do decide to jump in, either or both will get my vote. I’d like to think I’d be the first to suggest they run as a ticket. Talk about a powerhouse!
- April 4, 2008 -- McCain – Rice? (2)
Man, there is nothing more I'd love to see this fall than a McCain/Rice ticket. Talk about ending this race mucho prompto? Think ahout it.
Condi would, to say the least, neuter the race issue...
- May 2, 2007 -- Bush vetoes the Iraqi pullout bill ( and restores the Constitution ) (4)
Yesterday Bush vetoed the Iraqi pullout bill. In that bill, it had emergency spending for the military as well. That was both expected politically, and I expected it for bigger reasons. Spendin...
- February 1, 2008 -- The Not Enough election (1)
I went off a while back on Jesse Jackson. He seemed to think Barack Obama wasn't black enough. Then of course, Hillary's had some issues garnering every single female vote because she's not woman...
- January 24, 2007 -- Draft Condi (1)
The candidates are jumping on board for the 2008 Presidential race as fast as they can. So far, I count about 100 or so, or so it seems. One power broker in DC so far has remained steadfast in th...
- January 29, 2008 -- Hillary loses two endorsements (0)
First, she lost this one:
Now, a lot's being said about that one, but I think it's over-rated as far as the average voter goes. He's popular in Boston, but that's about it. The only thing i...