Just some thoughts and ideas going around in my head while trying to figure out where I am and where everyone else is going.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

The GOP Orlando Debates

Is it too early to start thinking about politics and the next presidential elections? I don't think so, nor do I think do the Republicans since they are already debating each other to find who will be the nominee in a race that finds the President becoming more and more vulnerable to defeat next year.

So yesterday I watched the Orlando GOP debates on Youtube, or at least the Foxnews highlight clips of it. There was one clip where former senator from Pennsylvania Rick Santorum was responding to a question from a gay soldier serving somewhere in Iraq. I tried to find the original footage from Fox but for some reason it was taken down. I wonder why?

I actually don't care what the answer was or would be from Santorum because it's pretty much predictable, but really, someone in the audience is booing a member of the armed forces who risking is life and limb for his country and no one says anything?

I think I've said it before but I'll say it again, these TEA Party people scare me.


  1. It's been amusing to see the repubs scramble & scheme & devise a way for Chris Christie (NJ's gov) to get into the race ESPECIALLY after a Cain, a black man, won a primary & a straw poll. Can't have that! It's like you can almost HEAR them saying: 'Oh Lordy. We can't have TWO of them (Negroes) running for President at the same time!'

    It's been even MORE amausing how the press ignores the timing & the reason for all this (obvious) scrambling.


  2. Since I live in Jersey I was one of those people who wanted the governor to get into the race. Anything to get that bastard out of the state.

    But to your point, if someone as myopic and as crazy as Herman Cain can lead the pack for the Republican nomination, then they really do need to find someone else; and scramble away because times getting short.

  3. They're a bunch of clowns. No more significant than Barney Fife from Mayberry. Whenever any of these fools steps forward and opens their mouth, I get the sense that somewhere there is a village missing an idiot.

  4. Reggie - Unfortunately, one of these village idiots could be the next President of the United States.


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