Did Jay Leno write this monolog?
To "Esquire" more like future Democrat Presidential appointee. Had he
gone through with it, he would be on par with Obama's appointee Cass
Obviously a future Tea Party member....
Bobby Rush was a Black Panther during the Days of Rage in the late 1960s. He
advocated cop killing and blowing up ROTC buildings. Now he's a
"respected" Chicago politician (There's an oxymoron for you) and
member of congress. He served six months in jail on a weapons charge.He
was in deep with Bill Ayers.Somehow I don't think he's tied to
Limbaugh. Maybe Chris Matthews.As for higher standards, we've not
yet elected to congress a man in a mental ward, under indictment, who
didn't campaign. That's tough to top.
Maybe his next step is congress. The most recent list I could find (2010)
showed that there were currently 30 members of congress that are convicted
felons.To "one old man" Maybe this kid should talk to the
Kennedy's. Remember Ted Kennedy, he killed a girl and got off free.
But BO, your hopes for higher standards among Utah voters have already been
dashed. After all, look who they have voted into our Congressional and state
offices. And most of them voted for Mitt.Who is Bobby Rush?
Perhaps he can get some advice from Bobby Rush.Then again, this isn't
Chicago. I would hope that Utah voters have higher standards.
Perhaps he can run for Senate after he loses in Roy. If he has the magic letter
R after his name on the ballot, he'd win for sure.Probably do a
much better job than either of our current Senators . . . . .
"Transparency, ladies and gentlemen, is key." And then he slips away
refusing to answer reporters' questions. You can't make this stuff up.
Cody Judy who threatened Howard W Hunter did the same thing I think ran for some
office or tried too. Won't go far I think.
I can hardly wait to see what he promises folks so as to determine the number of
votes he will garner.
Well, it's true, you may have a bit of an unique experience that may help
your perspective as a politician... but boy, politicians need experience - and
experienced leaders, not a bunch of other teen friends to be your committee.
Maybe you're rehabilitated, ok fine. But PROVE IT. If you
truly want to be mayor someday, first get involved in politics, in some small
non elected position, where you get to learn and observe (although I'm not
sure there's a lot I want emulated from current politicians...) and see if
politics is what you really wanna do. SHOW people you have what it takes for
politics. Then run for, say, city council or the school board. Work your way
up. And transparency? *coff coff* First step for transparency,
answer questions that people ask you!! Until you do, transparency is simply a
trendy "buzz word" you figure will get you elected, but means nothing.
Odd. Very odd.
A lot of disturbed persons go on to be politicians.