I kind of wish there a candidate that I could get more excited about. That
being said, whoever gets the nomination will be the next president. Anyone who
says otherwise also probably did not see the 2010 election coming(almost a sweep
for the GOP). Anyone who thinks President Obama will get 4 more years is
whistling past the graveyard.
I cannot wait for the dismantling of Willard Romney to ensue. Get the popcorn
popping, a great show it will be. And, the current GOP is the biggest disgrace
in US history and have brought this country to it's knees starting with the
dubious, totally corrupt Bush administration and now the tea party
freaks........beyond pathetic and millions of Americans have never suffered so
bad in their lives.
I love them liberals who claim that Republican failed policies have caused the
deprission.....Go stick your heads in the sand some more. Its
overspending and entitlements that have caused Washington to go bankrupted.
Throw all the bums out that will not support a cap, freeze, and balenced budget.
Both parties have failed the American people.
Dono, Perry's gravitas is non-existent. His claim to fame is yell
leader at Tex A&M. He railed against the stim bill, but
simultaneously applied for and received big help for his red Texas budget.Stim bill bailed him out.His jobs claim is based on having the
most people in any state who make minimum wage or less. I
suspect that Romney is the stronger candidate of those we know about so far, for
the red team. Whether Romney can actually win delegates in the south has yet to
be determined. He is getting a HUGE boost from big states that are threatening
to move up their dates. That would prevent other less well funded, less well
organized candidates from addressing those states in a planned way over time. IF
all the states who say they might, do move dates up, they will be easy pickings
for the candidates with big money to run ads. NO ONE will be able to do retail
politicking, if a lot of states move up. The only downside of the states
moving their dates is that the rules require they lose half their delegates.
(title) "Republicans jostle for position amid key week in Iowa), as in BIG
OIL, corn, more tax free Ethanol Subsidies entitlement's, more private melt-down
of the economy, more Republican failed policies & philosophies, just to name
a few here folks. Well, there's no question that the recession was caused by
Republican failed policies & philosophies & the GOP tried to make the
recession deeper and more painful for more Americans by virtue of sabotaging the
president's stimulus plans. The Republican Party has done everything they can to
sabotage the recovery to make recovery slower and more painful for millions of
Americans because the Republican Party wants the president to fail. The
Republican Party has tried to make the recession worse and the recovery more
anemic by sabotaging the Democratic legislation geared toward investing in the
infrastructure & creating jobs to build the economy, bring more money into
the treasury & reduce the deficit. Who is doing all this spending?. Koch
Brothers, Grover Norquist Split On Ethanol Subsidies?. Ethanol is a key national
issue for the GOP because of the importance of Iowa's early caucus to the
presidential primary. Get the broom, it's time to sweep all these
crooks out of Washington DC.
Interesting field. My take: Bachmann is a light-weight with limited support;
Pawlenty can't and won't get traction; Gingrich, Paul, Cain, etc. are niche
candidates and so are non-entities; Palin likely will not get in but would be
crushed if she did; Perry's supposed gravitas would fade quickly under the glare
of a campaign (IMO he'd rather have a cabinet appointment); Huntsman and his
moderate positions would give Obama the best run in a nationwide campaign but he
won't pander to the far right to get the nomination, and he has yet to gain
control of his own organization. That leaves Romney, whose support so far is
soft. But the continuing melt-down of the economy gives him a ready-made issue
that, with his business acumen, could, come about the first of September, make
his campaign take off. Just my opinion...and opinions are like
noses: Almost everybody has one.
Sarah Palin hit it on the head, putting your finger to the wind would be more
beneficial than most candidates leading by example, they have no example and
taking credit or making assumptions of things they have never been involved in.
Huntsman and Romney are the biggest losers yet and the most
spineless of the bunch. I'd rather vote for Palin or Trump than anyone else yet.
This is hilariousIn the new testament the people so enthused about
being seen by the masses were the Publicans and now they have changed their name
to Republicans. Sincerity is lost on these folks