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October 26, 2011

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Captain Hate

New Obama press policy...freeze out local reporters but bring along your WH fan club.

He treats the press like garbage yet they keep coming back for more. Battered journolist syndrome.

Threadkiller

Unnecessary fear, Jane. Justice.gov still links to the bastion of unaltered information; Justia.

Pofarmer

"I know any of the GOP'ers will suspend the death spiral that is Obamacare. Obama will not."

Obamacare can be defunded or repealed by Congress. We are already playing fast and loose with the rules.

Btw, Romney doesn't sound like he's really against Obamacare, he just thinks it should be an issue for the States, which makes me concerned about what he would push himself.

Sue

Battered journolist syndrome.

Whose acronym just happens to be BJs.

Rick Ballard

I would categorize the anti-Romney sentiment here, based upon the Solomoronic wisdom of his Ohio utterance, to be just a reflection of precisely what the polls are saying - government sucks and pols suck worse. I happen to believe that Axelplouffe would prefer to run against a very rich Mormon who used every bit of his credentialed morony to develop the forerunner for Obamacare than against a true self made man or the governor of the state with the best record of creating jobs while balancing its budget.

I don't believe for a second that Romney's Goldilocks pandering will move the Muddle. He has a fair chance of winning but that's only due to the President's total incompetence.

Appalled

Because all the wailing and gnashing about Romney is depressing me, I am going to introduce a little comedy to the ol' blog. Ladies and gentlemen -- we present the Occupy Atlanta facebook page. Most of the 55 who decided to martyr themelves to the cause are at Municipal Court right now, explaining themselves to local, multicultural, and singularly unimpressed power structure. But somebody is making sure that all the Facebook followers know the truth. And here, now, is the facebook voice of Occupy Atlanta --

Atlantans and fellow Georgians, we must not let this injustice defeat us! A brave, core group of young people have risked their very lives in Atlanta and we must continue and expand what they began.

And who was responsible for the mass injustice?

Anyone else notice that Occupy Atlanta occupiers were removed when they began exposing Koch brothers?

Oops, blame Koch. (Not Coke. You don't do that in Atlanta.) And blame them again:

Several clergy came in yesterday asking for a meeting time (5 pm) when we had a scheduled march to KOCH building that had been posted on our website and everywhere else -- a time they had to know we couldn't meet. We arranged to meet on Thursday at noon. The AJC and other outlets reported that we "refused" to meet with them, then later the police swoop in.

Oh, and what are these folks for??

"Widening income inequality should be the single unifying theme of the Occupy Movement. The corrupting influence of money on politics, the Wall Street debacle, corporate malfeasance, the Ayn Rand culture of greed, destruction of the environment are among the contributing factors and consequences, but we should not loose sight of the ultimate goal which is to restore the American dream by defending the middle class from the assault by the malefactors of great wealth." -Sam Costanzo, Occupy Atlanta member

More LUN. Best comment from a coworker -"They should try occupying themselves in a job."


Sue

Rick,

I don't believe for a second that Romney's Goldilocks pandering will move the Muddle. He has a fair chance of winning but that's only due to the President's total incompetence.

That's my thought too. Romney can't win but Obama can lose.

centralcal

What Rick said!

MayBee

I'm not in the mood for it.

I just watched the Today show where they
-reported that Rick Perry re-introduced the birther controversy and then played the soundbite of him saying it's a good issue.
-David Gregory came on to explain that Obama is doing what he has to do because everything in Washington has come to a stop because Republicans won't pass his bill
-called Herman Cain's video insane

They are up to their elect Obama tricks again, and we have to be careful about where they try to focus our attention


(have Americans become such puritans that smoking on a video is shocking?)

Captain Hate

O/T Fat, dumb and ugly is no way to go through life; as well as being a liar: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2011/10/26/ows-supporter-michael-moore-lies-national-television-about-his-wealth

Jane

Threadkiller,

I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.

And I am still worried.

centralcal

MayBee: It is only going to get worse. What are you doing watching NBC? Testing your tolerance levels? Of course they are going to try to focus our attention. That is how they make their contribution to Obama.

Clarice

Jane, check the various law blogs, esp Volokh and Legal Insurrection for a better analysis, but I think the first time DoJ does this and someone takes the issue to court , DoJ will have to show that the change is consistent with existing legislation.

Porchlight

(have Americans become such puritans that smoking on a video is shocking?)

Yes.

But if you're a health/organic food/exercise/recycling/green Nazi, it's not Puritanism. Because it's for your phyiscal health. And for the physical well-being of the planet. Not for your moral health or well-being. See?

NK

Rick B-- you should remember 4 words -- sharon angle christine o'donnell. Romney is electable, he would beat Bam handily -- indee voters aparently don't consider intellectual consistency to be important-- see Bam 2008.
You may want to temper your criticism with that thought. One more thing, a Romney Presidentcy would be guided by a Ryan House interms of taxes and budgets. Ryan's spech today was magnificent.

Melinda Romanoff

EU shenanigans are all over the place this AM. Tough to keep up.

Danube of Thought

Obamacare can be defunded or repealed by Congress.

Obama can veto a repeal. The GOP house has thus far declined to defund, and defunding will still not get rid of many of the pernicious provisions.

Danube of Thought

Justice.gov still links to the bastion of unaltered information; Justia

Google lawyers are always at risk. That's why the people who actually do this stuff use the various official Supreme Court reporters.

DebinNC

How about we don't fall for their shenanigans? Here's the NYC on Perry's supposed "emphasis on birther issue". See any reason to believe it's Perry keeping the issue alive, instead of the msm determinedly dogging him to respond to their bringing it up? I don't.

Army of Davids

Cain went to the front lines to support Scott Walker.

RINO Romney votes present for Kasich.

Romney also shows weakness when he can't attack Obama on ObamaCare and Frank/Dodd.

And it's an EFFed up world when I like Obama's stance on the Chinese currency better than Romney's.

Porchlight

One more thing, a Romney Presidentcy would be guided by a Ryan House interms of taxes and budgets.

I don't think an R Congress will buck an R President as hard as they'd fight Obama. It'd be all "comity" and stuff.

The only thing I care about now is SCOTUS. And I don't even know if I can trust Romney on that. Sure, he'd pick someone nominally to the right of Kagan, but GHWB picked Souter and what's the damn difference between a moderate and a liberal if moderates "grow" on the Court and vote with the liberals all the time anyway?

But yeah, SCOTUS picks. That's all I've got to hang my sorry little hat on this election.

Appalled

I'm not in the mood for it.

MayBee -- frankly, I am not in the mood for day 2 of Romney or Perry bashing. The election is a frickin year away.

MayBee

MayBee -- frankly, I am not in the mood for day 2 of Romney or Perry bashing. The election is a frickin year away.

Exactly. Who could withstand this nit picking-- especially when the person they'll run against gets the fawning he does?

Evaluate their policies, compare them to each other's policies, compare them to Obama's policies. But I can't stand the constant microscopic focus on their every utterance.

MayBee

Deb- yeah, it was the misrepresentation of what happened with Perry that drove me crazy. There is not a single voter in the world who will change his vote based on what Perry thinks of Obama's beloved birth certificate. The point is to make him look like a general crank, and to make questioning/criticizing Obama off-limits.

MayBee

And yeah, I know the Today show can be idiotic, but it has an enormous influence on this country. You have a story you want out? You try to get it on the Today show. It does matter what they say.

Melinda Romanoff

There were fist fights on the floor of the Italian Parliament this morning. Might that be the battle for the day?

It was over pension reforms needed, and some felt it would be too painful.

MayBee

Just adding this to acknowledge my own spammy-ness.

Melinda Romanoff

No spam on you.

Not going to spring the obvious snark...

Jane

Mel,

Is Geithner going to make a deal with Europe behind our backs?

Pofarmer

"Obama can veto a repeal. The GOP house has thus far declined to defund, and defunding will still not get rid of many of the pernicious provisions."

That's true, but Romney gives himself the out that he'll "grant waivers" to all 50 states, if that's even possible, and then try to repeal it if it looks "possible". Too many weasel words, and then, if you grant waivers, all the legislation is still there, lurking.

Ranger

Well, over the last couple of days there have been a couple of items that put the projected economic numbers for 2012 into ellection models that use ecnomic preformance. Obama gets between 43% and 47% of the two party vote, and thats if the economy does as well as projected. If the Euro goes down, I would say all bets are off on that too.

It doesn't matter how much people here bash any Republican. As soon as the nominee is chosen, the MFM will go full bore against them. 2008 proved that.

Jane

WE have to figure out how to go full bore against the MFM.

Pofarmer

"And it's an EFFed up world when I like Obama's stance on the Chinese currency better than Romney's."

Thanks for reminding me. He doubled down on that stupidity on Hannity, as well.

Melinda Romanoff

Jane-

I don't know how he'll be able to skirt Congress for extra IMF funding, but I would fully expect him to try. Remember, we have a loyal Chicagoan running the IMF now.

DebinNC

Monday night Huntsman was on with Colbert, who liked "the cut of his jib" while admitting not knowing what a jib was.

"When Colbert played a sound effect of a stereotypical Chinese riff, Huntsman joked, “When’s the delivery food coming?” After a few seconds of awkward silence, Colbert replied, “Did that go over well in Beijing?” This portion of the interview was cut for time from the broadcast."

Cut "for time"? We wouldn't be seeing or hearing anything else if it were any of the top three contenders.

Pofarmer

mel

How does the derivatives bomb play into the
Fed trying to bail out Europe?

Porchlight

Colbert and Huntsman - two useful idiots just made for each other.

Melinda Romanoff

Depends on which side of the trade they're on. Most EU exposure by US banks has been "netted out" in various manners, especially in the last qtr. MF Global didn't (Corzine's shop) and the stock is trading around $1.34 after blowing earnings, but I feel sure he got well paid for his hard work.

rse

Jane-

Would it help if I told you I have aspirational plans for remolding society that have education as the west axis and media as the east?

That see "pervasive national government" as the goal?

Notice on Appalled's link that Rand's emphasis on the autonomous individual has been forgotten and is simply treated as a greedy philosophy.

Did anybody see BO's remarks last night in SF about the country having to go back to self-reliance if he is not reelected.

As if a self-reliant philosophy was comparable to being a Klansman?

centralcal

Just saw this posted at TVNewser:

The hacker group Anonymous has released a video on YouTube announcing they will attempt to take down FoxNews.com on Nov. 5. A digitized voice on the video (after the jump) says Fox News is “using derogatory language to describe the popular, real grass-roots Occupy movement, and covering up corporate corruption by forcing your employees to to lie on the air.”
MayBee

I was really surprised to see Julian Assange in London speaking to the Occupy London anti-capitalism protests.

jimmyk

you should remember 4 words -- sharon angle christine o'donnell. Romney is electable, he would beat Bam handily

For every Angle or O'Donnell there's an Allan West, John Kasich, or other strong conservative who also proved electable. People thought McCain was very electable.

Melinda Romanoff

Alan Keyes.

Can't forget his memorable Senate run against iBama.

Sue

People thought McCain was very electable.

Not around here, they didn't. Go back and read what we were saying in 2008. It wasn't until he picked Sarah that McCain became acceptable.

jimmyk

But I can't stand the constant microscopic focus on their every utterance.

I hear you. But a lot of what a president can accomplish depends on character. A lot of this "microscopic focus" is an attempt to look at what's behind the policy statements. Is this someone who can really impose his will and actually turn back the advance of big government?

And while the election is a year away, the nomination will likely be resolved in a few months.

Jane

I don't know how he'll be able to skirt Congress for extra IMF funding, but I would fully expect him to try. Remember, we have a loyal Chicagoan running the IMF now.

Doesn't he have to do it if they are going to escape and immediate free fall?

DebinNC

I saw yesterday that on Nov. 9 at 2:00 p.m., the FCC is going to shut down all tv and radio communication for several minutes for the first nationwide test of the emergency broadcast system. Imagine the "unforeseen" consequences of millions of drivers simultaneously reaching down to fiddle with their car radios. There was no reason given for why the test couldn't occur in the middle of the night, instead of the middle of the afternoon, which makes me think it's mainly the FCC saying, "FU, Rush Limbaugh."

jimmyk

Not around here, they didn't.

Unfortunately JOMers are not representative of the Republican party.

Jane

Would it help if I told you I have aspirational plans for remolding society that have education as the west axis and media as the east?

Sure, altho I have no idea what that means.

Melinda Romanoff

It could be a case of LaGarde pulling the trigger and we have to pay.

Not sure of the treaty wording for this.

Captain Hate

Aaaaaaand here's the walkback: http://twitter.com/#!/RealClearScott/statuses/129212308579819520

Ranger

Here's the link to the post about the economic ellection models:

Model: Bad economy means Obama should get just 43.5 percent of the vote

It may already be too late for Obama, given the lengthy lag between an economic turnaround and voter economic perception. Then again, maybe the Gray Davis model—use a huge fundraising advantage to squeak out a win—can be effectively employed by Team Obama.

It is important to remember though, that Gray Davis was a Dem running in CA.

MayBee

Porch- have I ever told you how often I think about your comment about global warming people who call skeptics anti-science yet will fall into a panic upon reading an unfavorable horoscope?

Jane

I can't believe how much the global warming people litter.

Danube of Thought

People thought McCain was very electable.

He led in the polls at the beginning of September. Who in the 2008 GOP field would have done better?

jimmyk

CH: As walkbacks go, that's pretty decent. I hope he's learned his lesson.

He needs to be like George on Seinfeld, when he figured out that things would go better if every time he had the urge to do or say something, he should just do the opposite. His instinct is clearly caution and compromise, but he's got to fight that if he wants to be a compelling candidate.

matt

the other night, the local talk radio show had a reporter at the Occupy LA camp in front of city hall. Mayor Tony Villar has been accommodating them as best he can.

The reported had to go to the head, and found one with the green sign showing. He opened the door and confronted one protester standing, smoking a joint with another performing a homosexual act on him.

In other news a CNN/ABC/CPUSA poll tells us that the majority of the American people agree with the complaints of the OWS protesters. The attempted manipulation of public opinion and newspeak is amazing.

Captain Hate

Yes, jimmyk, I agree on the Mitt Costanza paradox of every gut instinct has to be resisted; which gets to the root of the problem imo.

Neo

Michelle 'loves french fries, pizza,' president reveals on Leno show

jimmyk

Who in the 2008 GOP field would have done better?

The issue is whether a moderate is always a safer bet to win than a solid conservative. The fact that there wasn't a real strong conservative candidate in the GOP field in '08 doesn't really address that issue. (There were conservatives, they just weren't effective candidates.)

MayBee

Nobody was going to be elected against Obama. Even Bill Clinton was destroyed to clear a path for him.

Ignatz

--For every Angle or O'Donnell there's an Allan West, John Kasich, or other strong conservative who also proved electable.--

I'd say the ratio is more like 1 Angle or O'Donnell for every 10 Wests, Kasichs, etc.

Captain Hate

And I might be whistling past the graveyard but the only poll I believe on Ohio Issue 2 happens on 11/8; I wouldn't blame anybody for falsely stating to a stranger that they were against it due to the concern of union goons targeting them.

centralcal

I can't believe how much the global warming people litter.

ha ha ha, Jane. They probably consider themselves to be "environmentalists," too.

Speaking of those . . .

A one thousand plus year old Giant Sequoia fell down recently in the national park. And, unfortunately it did so right across the trailway that visitors use to view the other, still standing tree. What to do, what to do? The park service is all in a tizzy. Environmentalists are screaming that it must be left completely alone, not one little fiber of its bark must be disturbed!

Others, a little more rational, have suggested cutting a slice out to accommodate the path and providing an educational view of its tree "rings." Some have suggested the design of a huge foot bridge crossing over it.

I can't wait to hear what the ultimate solution will be.

Danube of Thought

The issue is whether a moderate is always a safer bet to win than a solid conservative.

I understood the issue to be whether McCain was electable.

What solid conservative since Reagan has won?

Ignatz

History, especially of the last forty years, pretty clearly demonstrates that Republican presidential candidates who are perceived as conservative have a better chance of being elected than ones perceived as moderate.
It just as clearly demonstrates that for Republicans who are elected they are more likely to be successful and be reelected based on how conservatively they governed.
Those are generalities but they're pretty consistent ones.

Melinda Romanoff

c-cal-

Let's ask Iggy.

(Another) Barbara

In other news a CNN/ABC/CPUSA poll tells us that the majority of the American people agree with the complaints of the OWS protesters.

Jim Geraghty, I believe, had a piece yesterday revealing that every publicly reported poll done on approve/disapprove re OWS -- Gallup, Rasmussen, all the other majors -- showed a plurality of support for it. It was never a majority because of a significant "don't know" response every time, but more Americans and voters voiced approval than disapproval of OWS, without exception.

Frightening.

Captain Hate

I'd say the ratio is more like 1 Angle or O'Donnell for every 10 Wests, Kasichs, etc.

For clarity's sake, Kasich wasn't a Tea Party candidate; he's very much a state party insider. By stating that I'm not implying anything negative about him because I'm sure that almost all TPers support him as do I.

Ignatz

--What solid conservative since Reagan has won?--

Bush was perceived as a pretty solid conservative despite the compassionate predicate.
It was his governing as a moderate that made his presidency problematical as it did even more so for his father by preventing his reelection.

centralcal

Oh, Mel, we know Iggy would be there with massive chain saw in hand. lol.

(Actually the tree is kind of two trees - seems they grew together forming one massive trunk and then about 3 stories up they split off into two separate trees again.)

Porchlight

Aw, thanks, MayBee. I imagine you run into a lot of those folks out in your neck of the woods.

Ignatz

--I can't wait to hear what the ultimate solution will be.--

Seems obvious to me.
You get a lawyer to sue under the ADA; voila tree notch.
Hello, this is America, where there is no problem which cannot be easily solved by an altruistic trial attorney.

Ignatz

--For clarity's sake, Kasich wasn't a Tea Party candidate; he's very much a state party insider.--

Wasn't thinking Tea Party, CH, just conservative, a little flaky and a loser vs conservative, effective and elected.

Melinda Romanoff

Know anybody that wants to take a whack at something the size of a building?

Clarice

The walk back linked above
Romney: "I fully support" Gov Kasich's effort in ohio on Question 2...apologizes for any confusion
____________
I guess he agrees with me his remark yesterday was very damaging.

Porchlight

I can't believe how much the global warming people litter.

Another thing I notice (nearly 100% of my co-workers are AGW true believers) is how many paper towels some of them use. In the staff restrooms I see women taking a solid 18 inches of paper towel out of the wall-mounted machine just to dry their hands.

centralcal

Here is a link to (Another)Barbara's mention of the Geraghty piece:

Americans Largely "Meh" on OWS

DebinNC

So Romney supports Ohio's Issue 2, the public union "rights" one, but is mute on Issue 3, the right to opt out of ObamaCare's individual mandate? Hmm....

Clarice

Jay Cost, Weekly Standard:
I know that many are not pleased about a prospective Romney victory. To them I will again point out that this would not be unprecedented. As I mentioned above, previous nominees have included Bob Dole, George H. W. Bush, and John McCain. Grassroots activists who are upset about the ostensible control of the moderate GOP elite should really connect the dots between these nominees and the nomination procedures that have selected them. To put it bluntly: the way the nomination battle is set up greatly favors the establishment. t’s all about money and/or name recognition to pick up the marginal voters, who are often themselves moderates.

Conservatives who are looking to effect lasting change in their own party should thus take a page out of the progressive playbook from the 1910s: these reformers didn’t just pass policy reforms, they passed procedural reforms that have lasted to this day. For instance, the progressive-sponsored constitutional amendment requiring the direct election of senators was one of the most significant procedure reform in the 20th century, with only the Voting Rights Act being more important. There’s a lesson here: if grassroots activists want to take some of the power away from the big money centers of the party establishment, they should start looking at the GOP nomination process as something that could be substantially reformed.

Porchlight

There’s a lesson here: if grassroots activists want to take some of the power away from the big money centers of the party establishment, they should start looking at the GOP nomination process as something that could be substantially reformed.

Totally agree with Cost here, but where does one start?

centralcal

Here is the full Romney apology that I could find:

Behind Kasich 110%

rse

c-cal-

Years ago my parents, sister, and I stayed at Chateau Lake Louise and there was a downed tree blocking the path by the lake. The other oh so fashionable guests had on lovelier foot attire so they got to the tree and turned around. Dad and I had on jeans and boots so we scrambled over the tree and kept walking to the glacier. The resident animals had become accustomed to their privacy and were everywhere and darned surprised to see us. I do believe it is the closest I will ever get to a beaver. I can still hear the splash as it slammed that tail down to start propelling itself away. The fashionistas missed quite a show.

Jane-Basically there actually is a coordinated effort and any time it is visualized the media is always included as an essential collaborator. It's not merely the commonality of world views. I thought you'd find that interesting. Check out what the Frankfurt school learned from the Radio Project. Lefties have never forgotten it does not have to be true if it is repeated enough.

DebinNC

I'd love to see polling showing the opinion of those directly affected by the OWSers, like the Zuccotti neighborhood and crime victims whose police protection was diverted to shepherding the occupiers. The OWSers antics are entertaining and are affecting very few people outside the Blue zones. It's commies-on-parade time. What's not to like?

Clarice

"Totally agree with Cost here, but where does one start?"

My rule of thumb is that if you can't figure out what you want and then plot how to get there, you won't succeed.

Danube of Thought

I believe the only people who perceived either Bush as conservative were Democrats. I certainly never did. No sensible person could have perceived Nixon as conservative by 1972 (OSHA, wage and price controls, EPA, opening to China and more).

Sue

Great. U.S. border agent jailed for improper arrest of suspected drug smuggler

DebinNC

Steve Forbes and John Kasich ran for prez in 2000. That LaRoche nut was one of the Dem choices.

Ranger

Instapundit has a great little post up linking to a couple of good items on who really makes up Wall Street:

WALTER RUSSELL MEAD ON THE LATEST INSIDER-TRADING SCANDAL: The Boomer Establishment Sinks Deeper Into Failure and Shame. Let me just point out that these Wall Streeters were big Obama donors. . . .

UPDATE: Clayton Cramer: More Dirty Wall Street Sorts–And Of Course, Big Democrat Donors. With a handy spreadsheet.

Worth the time to go to Instapundit and go to the links.

Appalled

Clarice:

The question is -- who chooses? The GOP system produced Reagan in 1980. In a more centralized system, it might well have produced the 1980 George Bush, who would have governed a lot like Ford. Before primaries, party elites got together and figured out who they could tolerate. Realistically, you cannot squeeze out the money-men. You need them for the general election.

Cost's main argument, it struck me from reading the piece, is that the elites get what they want, but a lot of money is spent on the spectacle. Going back to the old way would save a lot of spending, embarassing news coverage, and would probably get an "electable" candidate, rather than one that habitually panders, either by never taking a position, or by taking the position that makes the fervent faithful happy (never minding that everyone else is being scared off).

Ranger

Just reported on ABC radio news...

The permatorium in the Gulf is over. Obamaco has issued its first permit for a new deep water well to.... BP!

No crony capitalism going on there.

Rick Ballard

It's a real mark of competence that the T1000 programmers were able to effect a patch on Garden Gnome v.1 so quickly. I wonder if they removed the Goldilocks Option completely in order to prevent a recurrence prior to the convention?

Extraneus


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Porchlight

My rule of thumb is that if you can't figure out what you want and then plot how to get there, you won't succeed.

Thank goodness I'm not in charge, then! ;)

Jane

The question is -- who chooses? The GOP system produced Reagan in 1980

I don't think it happens this way. I think circumstances dictate how you actually lead. I voted for Reagan but have no idea if I expected him to be the big conservative hope - probably not, since I wasn't a conservative at that time.

People either live up to your expectations or not, but it often has little to do with what they run on. Who knows what Bush would have been like without 911?

MayBee

Ranger- my mind goes back to all the news charts pointing Bush's deep deep connections to Enron.

That man was blamed for everything.
Obama is blamed for nothing.

NK

Ignatz-- I agree there are more electable conservatives than flakes-- there's Jindal, Rubio, Ryan, Daniels etc -- NONE of them are running. The point is conservatives need to make sure Repubs nominate someone electable. Romeney is; perry probably is; Palin was NOT; Santorum is NOT; Cain probably not.

(Another) Barbara

I guess he agrees with me his remark yesterday was very damaging.

Yeah, everyone was really pulling for Romney prior to that, but the remark turned the tide.(Wish I knew how to insert a smiley face.)

And, Jane, I do fear the MSM and of course they'll do all possible to destroy any one or all of our candidates and the eventual nominee. In my view they could just sit back and relax though, cause there'll be nothing left but bones and stray bits of flesh after the Rs have done the job. Just wander around among the pundits on our side and view the brutality. Everyone hates Romney, Cain is an unqualified bumbler, Perry can't explain anything and is a jerk to boot, Santorum is a religious nut, and so on and so on. The MSM should leave the job to us. We're as good at it as anyone.

Jane

What was the old nominating process - the one with the smoke-filled rooms?

MayBee

Today my true love is (A)B.

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