Ann Coulter Letter

Only One Candidate Is Right On The Two Most Important Issues

In the upcoming presidential election, two issues are more important than any others: repealing Obamacare and halting illegal immigration. If we fail at either one, the country will be changed permanently.

Taxes can be raised and lowered. Regulations can be removed (though they rarely are). Attorneys general and Cabinet members can be fired. Laws can be repealed. Even Supreme Court justices eventually die.

But capitulate on illegal immigration, and the entire country will have the electorate of California. There will be no turning back.

Similarly, if Obamacare isn’t repealed in the next few years, it never will be.

America will begin its ineluctable descent into becoming a worthless Western European country, with rotten health care, no money for defense and ever-increasing federal taxes to support the nanny state.

So let’s consider which of the Republican candidates are most likely to succeed at these objectives.

In order to allow Democrats to indignantly denounce Republicans who said Obamacare would add to the deficit, the bill was structured so that no goodies get paid out immediately. That way, when the Congressional Budget Office was asked to determine if Obamacare was “revenue neutral” over its first 10 years, government accountants were looking at a bill that collected taxes for 10 years, but only distributed treats in the later years.

Starting at year 11, those accountants will be in for a big surprise when the government starts paying out Obamacare benefits without interruption.

Because of this accounting fraud, Obamacare can still be repealed. But as soon as all Americans have been thrown off their employer-provided insurance plans and are forced to start depending on the government for health care, Republicans will never be able to repeal it.

The vast complex of unionized government workers managing our health care from Washington will fight to keep their jobs (for more on this topic, see the Department of Education), voters will want their “free” government treats (for more on this topic, see Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security) — and even if they don’t, there won’t be a private insurance market for them to go back to (for more on this topic, see IRS rules favoring employer-provided health care).

The only way to stop Obamacare is to beat Obama in 2012, and repeal it before the health care Leviathan is born.

Otherwise, starting in 2016, Republicans will run for office promising only to improve Obamacare. Newt Gingrich will be calling plans to reform it “right-wing social engineering.”

All current Republican presidential candidates say they will overturn Obamacare. The question for Republican primary voters should be: Who is most likely to win?

2012 is not a year for a wild card. It’s not a year for any candidate who will end up being the issue, instead of making Obama the issue. It’s not a year for one wing of the Republican Party to be making a point with another wing. (And there are no Rockefeller Republicans left, anyway.) It’s not a year to be gambling that America will vote for its first woman president, or that the country is ready for a nut-bar libertarian.

Running against an incumbent president in a make-or-break election, Republicans need a candidate with a track record of winning elections with voters similar to the entire American electorate.

Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich have never had to win votes beyond small, majority-Republican congressional districts.

Jon Huntsman, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum have won statewide elections, but Huntsman and Perry ran in extremely red states that don’t resemble the American electorate.

Only Romney and Santorum have won a statewide election in a blue state, making them our surest-bets in a general election.

But if Santorum wins, we lose on the second most important issue — illegal immigration — and he’ll be the last Republican ever to win a general election in America.

Just as Americans ought to be able to learn the perils of a welfare state by looking at Greece, we ought to be able to learn the perils of illegal immigration by looking at California.

Massive legal and illegal immigration has already so changed the California electorate that no Republican can be elected statewide anymore. Not so long ago, this was a state that produced great Republican governors and senators like Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, S.I. Hayakawa and Pete Wilson.

If even Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman, two bright, attractive, successful female business executives — one pro-life and one pro-choice — can’t win a statewide election in California spending millions of their own dollars in the middle of the 2010 Republican sweep, it’s buenas noches, muchachos.

And yet, almost all Republican presidential candidates support some form of amnesty for illegals in order to appeal to the business lobby.

Among the most effective measures against illegal immigration is E-Verify, the Homeland Security program that gives employers the ability to instantly confirm that their employees’ Social Security numbers are legitimate. It is more than 99 percent accurate, and no employee is denied a job without an opportunity to challenge the records.

Although wildly popular with Americans — including Hispanic Americans — the business lobby hates E-Verify. Employers like hiring non-Americans because they can pay illegal aliens less and ignore state and federal employment laws.

Any candidate who opposes E-Verify is not serious about illegal immigration. If anything, E-Verify ought to be made mandatory to get a job, to get welfare and to vote.

Kowtowing to business (while pretending to kowtow to Hispanics), Paul, Perry and Santorum oppose E-Verify. As a senator, Rick Santorum voted against even the voluntary use of E-Verify.

Jon Huntsman claims to support E-Verify, but also wants to give illegals amnesty as soon as the border is sealed — as determined by someone other than us. Also, he gave driver’s identification cards to illegal aliens in Utah. (You’d think a guy no one has ever heard of would be more careful about ID cards.)

Following his latest guru, Helen Krieble, Newt Gingrich is for amnesty, combined with second-class status for illegals. Instead of giving illegal aliens green cards, Newt proposes giving them “red cards” so they can stay, take American jobs, have children, receive welfare benefits, attend public schools — and eventually be granted amnesty. The Republican primaries will be over before most voters realize what Newt’s “red card” scheme entails.

Only Michele Bachmann and Mitt Romney aren’t trying to sneak through amnesty for illegal aliens. Both support E-Verify.

Numbers USA, one of the leading groups opposed to our current insane immigration policies, gives Republican presidential candidates the following grades on immigration: Paul, F; Gingrich, D-minus; Huntsman, D-minus; Santorum, D-minus; Perry, D; Romney, C-minus; and Bachmann, B-minus.

And that was before Romney said last week that Obama’s drunk-driving, illegal alien uncle should be deported!

That leaves us with Romney and Bachmann as the candidates with the strongest, most conservative positions on illegal immigration. As wonderful as Michele Bachmann is, 2012 isn’t the year to be trying to make a congresswoman the first woman president.

Two Little Indians sitting in the sun; one was just a congresswoman and then there was one.

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  • ^TDO^

    Skelton Joe!

  • Gabriel G. Gator

    Here’s an idea, why don’t you move to Germany?  I’m sure you OWS/KKK/Nazi thugs will fit right in:

    “American Nazi Party Declares Its Full Support For Occupy Wall Street Protests”

    Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/occupy-wall-street/2011/10/15/american-nazi-party-declares-its-full-support-occupy-wall-street-protests#ixzz1htr5bqIp

  • A_friendly_reader

    R-i-i-i-g-g-h-h-t-t.

    Along the same line, what do we do about efforts to discourage smoking? If everyone stopped smoking, it would devastate the tobacky farmers, the tobacky companies, party stores, ashtray factories, pulmonologists, respiratists (is there such a word?), hospitals, nurses, the ad industry and Joe Camel’s entire extended family.

    Not to mention Keith Richards and Cigar Bubba.

    If smokers all went cold turkey, what happens to those people?  Do we just give them a “tough sh#t” and
    leave them to fend for themselves?  Rboylern has not addressed this part of
    the campaign to abolish smoking.  Why not?

    Maybe because he’s not taken seriously anyway.

  • ^TDO^

    What do you consider huge profits?  3%, 4%, 10%?

  • ^TDO^

    Skelton Larry!

  • jas

    People with insurance tend to NOT use the Emergency Room!   Why do that when they pay through the nose for Primary Care!

    From what I’ve experienced, Pancho Villa’s alive and well and leading raids nightly into Lodi Memorial Hospital’s ER! VIVA FREE MEDICINE!!!!

  • jas

    Yuk, Yuk, Yuk!!!

  • ^TDO^

    “The broad masses of a population are more amenable to the appeal of rhetoric than to any other force.”

  • A_friendly_reader

    Hare today.

    Gone tomorrow.

  • Tony_Seco

    The Germans are bouncing back where as we are languishing in despair. They kicked out their liberal government and brought in the conservatives you know.

    They do have social medicine, but if you aren’t a citizen, you better have money. Euros. Here, we have defacto socialized medicine. Somebody is paying for those who can’t. I wonder who??? That includes a huge illegal immigrant group.

  • westoast

    Let me see here: Cultural bigotry, race baiting, alarmist, racist, anti-religious….yup, we got ourselves a Liberal fruitcake.

  • ^TDO^

    Skelton, Sweetie.

  • jas

    You forgot Dyke!

  • westoast

    Bye LeAnn. God bless!

  • 1LonesomeDove1

    And we still have you. One who hates people period.

  • RKAggarwal

    The interesting part is that even the Republicans who get elected on the plank of being perfect conservative, they do not follow what you have described above. It only goes to prove the point that all these stands are basically tools our politicians use to mobilize the base and get elected. I would love to see a conservative following through all the tall promises once elected. In any case, I am definitely outnumbered in the discussion here and thus it makes no sense for me to say anything more for the candidate I like.
    I am amused by the moniker of “Angry Wall” by westoast below. It is fresh and very creative.

  • Tony_Seco

    a Liberal fruitcake.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    But I repeat myself.

  • SamFox

    Newt? IF what you meant is that you like this brother of Mitt from another mother, let me post up a thing or 4 on GingRICH.

    http://vimeo.com/6445068

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=niRK-sZg5jY

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06XLIPtCXy8

    http://tinyurl.com/6rndamrSamFox

  • westoast

    You’re going to desecrate the body of a sheepdog by giving it to that weirdo?

  • capt_G

    There’s
    an old sea story in the Navy about a ship’s Captain who inspected his
    sailors.  Afterwards, he told the Chief Boatswain that his men smelled
    bad.  The Captain suggested perhaps it would help if the sailors would
    change underwear occasionally.

     

    The
    Chief responded, “Aye, aye sir, I’ll see to it immediately!”

     

    The
    Chief went straight to the sailors berth deck and announced, “The Captain
    thinks you guys smell bad and wants you to change your underwear.” 
    He continued, “Pittman, you change with Jones, McCarthy, you change with
    Witkowski, and Brown, you change with Schultz.  Now GET TO IT!”

     

    The
    moral of the story is . . . . . . .

     

    Someone
    may come along and promise “Change”, but don’t count on things
    smelling any better.

  • Tony_Seco

    Google politicians and promises. You will be surprised at the high percentages of “most” presidents. I hope this one gets a low score for a change.

    Hows that for hope and change?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7MQT57IWIFQRYJQLVUIGDMYUWM JB

    The repeal of Obamacare, Romney? Remember for Massachusetts he installed his own mega liberal version of Obamacare…  He is a RINO…   He’s not even remotely conservative…

  • A_friendly_reader

    The one notable thing about chandler is if you read his recent posts, this stands out:

    “Im an INDEPENDENT who can support ROMENY or HUNTSMAN.”

    After weeks of seeing Mittsies whiff at the plate while trying to defend their hero, this guy almost seems like their mascot.

    And there’s a chance he used to be a man at one time.

  • capt_G

    another popular myth the libs trot out,

  • westoast

    I actually agree with you to a considerable degree angry wall.
    We are all being treated like deaf mute patients in a mental facility.
    Do not think your patriotism is not appreciated here. It is, and we are all in it together.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_5ODEVTPK2F7RDBNW33K4ZMGHWM Mavis

    Ron Paul 2012.  It’s the only appropriate choice.  We don’t need 4 more years of Bush/Obama.

  • ForrestByers

    I have a question for everyone.  How does Newt Gingrich’s position of allowing illegal immigrants, who have been in this country for 25 years, after a review board process by people from their own communities as to whether they should be allowed to stay as residents and not citizens (problematic.  I agree) compared to Mr. Romney’s support for the farcical notion of global warming (it being mostly a socialist grab for power), and his recent reputed notion of supporting a VAT tax (another socialist grab for the money to enable their ever increasing control of human beings, whether that be at the individual level, the spiritual appreciation of the individual, or the individual’s relationship to the state), which is the greater evil?  Remember that each one of these gentlemen has promised to either do away with or to grant states waivers to Obama care.  Where does the electorate draw the line, what is the compromise between the perfect conservative and nominating someone (anyone) who can win?  

  • westoast

    Excuse my redundancy. Maybe I should have just said fruitcake squared.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Help me out, SamFox.

    Remind me where I said I like Newt (not where I said that among present contenders, he’s better than Der Mittster).

  • jas

    To coin a Perot phrase, “That giant sucking sound is Ron Paul’s Presidential campaign collapsing.” 

    America can’t disengage from the world like Ron would prefer.  And Israel WILL retaliate if and when Iran farts in her direction. 

    Are you sure you haven’t jumped the gun on his drug legalization position?  LOL!!!

  • ALTILLA

    This link of a song, will tell it all, of Ann’s love for Romney.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4e700oABl4

    My favorite song of all time.

  • westoast

    Was I supposed to say dyke?

  • Tony_Seco

    And now for a comment brought to you by the Department of Redundancy Department.

  • SamFox

    John you got that right!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3etUOq7hVE

    http://tinyurl.com/c3lrj7f

    Romney would just a dangerous as 0.

    Samfox

  • jas

    I coulda sworn you said this was your favorite love song:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K08akOt2kuo

  • ALTILLA

    After Tebow and his great teammates win on Sunday, this will be the NEW National Song.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=QVr0M7WCBu4

  • ^TDO^

    yeah,

    Not counting you still pay for it, plus a 42% top rate of income above $80k, a 19% VAT tax, a reunited germany tax of 5.5%, and since we guarantee their safety with our military, their defense spending is only 1.5% of their GNP.

  • Tony_Seco

    You know, these radio show hosts never think about that do they? That and what happens when you drink more water than a body can hold.

  • jas

    You DO want to get her attention?

  • Tony_Seco

    That too!

  • westoast

    This was in a pharmacy waiting room. They were concerned that it was taking too long to get their drugs. Trust me. Most of them weren’t paying a dime.
    I didn’t bother to join the discussion. I understand sheep but had never learned how to talk to them as of that time.

  • jas

    Tony.

    Did you see where KGO is going to an all-news format and axing the Midnight Darkie? 

    Ray Taleifero’s had the 1 to 5 AM time slot for 35 years.   Not any more!  LOL!!!

    Now Bernie Ward has nothing to look forward to after he finishes his  7-year Federal Sentence for on-line child porn.

  • capt_G

    Ann, you make some good points but I do not agree with you that Mitt is the answer. I would rather take y chances with newt. It would be nice to see Huckabee, Jindahl or Christie step up tp the plate. Ann Your infatuation with Mitt is totally misplaced, he is a liberal who sniffs the wind befor he takes a position. Just so you know I couldn’t care less about his religion, just his substance.

  • ALTILLA

    Yes, it really is one of my favorites from a great movie. “IT’S SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER AND GERMANY”–But who won smarty pants.

  • Tony_Seco

    Good night folks

    And goodnight Mrs Calabash where ever you are!

  • westoast

    I was merely addressing the personal traits apparent in his/her post.
     I don’t want to start anything. Unless it has a loud engine and attracts chicks.

  • jas

    Then attend her Sunday Come to Dinners.  LOL!!!

    You can smell a Dyke from here to Livermore (where, coincidentally, CW resides). 

  • westoast

    I figured that was one of those cow pastures along 580. I was comfortable with that thought.

  • eyesopen007

    Raise your hand if you knew little Annie was going to choose Mitt as the “one candidate” before you even read the article.  Okay, those of you that don’t have your hand up don’t get to make any comments, you just don’t qualify as a knowledgable political pundant.

    Annie sure has been boring (and predictable) since she has unleashed her “moderate loving” point of view.  She’s not even worth wasting any time on any more.  Say “goodnight”, Annie.

  • rboylern

    Not entirely true, my friend.  From my own excperience I have had to rely on emergency care for kidney stones several times and for heart problems a few times.  My parnter has has to use emergency services a few times as well.  We both have adequate insurance.

  • big45kimber

    I need to correct one of Ann’s comments:
    “Jon Huntsman claims to support E-Verify, but also wants to give illegals
    amnesty as soon as the border is sealed — as determined by someone
    other than us. Also, he gave driver’s identification cards to illegal
    aliens in Utah.
    What little Jonny did, as Governor of Utah, was to give “Driver’s Privilege Cards” to ILLEGALS, but they aren’t to be used as identification…… but they are, anyway. I know, my Wife, an ILLEGAL from the Philippines (you wouldn’t believe how many of THOSE there are in Utah!) has one, and has to renew it yearly. In 2012 they must register with the BCI (Bureau Of Criminal Investigations) before they can renew their “Driver’s Privilege Cards.”
    Thanks, Huntsman; we Love your Daddy, but you are an IDIOT!
    While little Jonny was Guv, we had a LOT of businesses that rejected E-Verify, and even today, only about half of the businesses in Utah use the system! I believe Californication has LESS ILLEGALS than Utah! We can thank the Mormon Church for this, too! 

  • MyronJPoltroonian

    Ah … “The Schnoz”.

  • westoast

    Skelton Tony!

  • MyronJPoltroonian

    Red Skelton was not “The Schnoz”, Jimmy Durante was.

  • westoast

    I would like to see Jindal held up to the spotlight just out of curiosity.
    Huckaby lost me long ago and Christie never had me.

  • jas

    I didn’t say you couldn’t use the ER.  If your stones erupt after normal duty hours then get thee to the Emergency post haste! 

    But surely you agree that if your insurance provides adequate care you’re less likely to drop by the ER for a band aid. 

  • westoast

    Well obviously your buzz goes away.

  • SamFox

    How about we shrink the Fed govt, return to sound $, lower taxes, cut burroacracies, quit starting wars all over the place, institute the sane foreign policy of the US Founders, non-intervention, stop ALL foreign aid, reduce fed & state regulations that strangle the free market let the free market loose! Like they did in the 20′s depression. Then we could afford to pay our own way instead of having the govt take care of us. Remember, govt has to take $ from the private sector to redistribute to pay for all the UN-Constitutional stuff they come up with., like nationalized HC.

    In the 50′s govt was growing, true, but we didn’t have the mess we have now. My Mom was a waitress & single Mom  w/2 sons. She was able to buy a nice car & a modest new house. She couldn’t do that today. She was also able to pay my medical expenses when I was in 4th grade & came down w/infectious hepatitis. Did I say she was ‘only’ a low paid waitress?

    I say elect Ron Paul & fix the economy. It would not be over night as some stuff would have to be phased out as Ron proposes.

    I say cut govt back to the Constitutional parameters. Let the free market decide. Some regulation is needed, but not the 100′s of 1,000′s of pages of fed & state laws & regulations that stifle business & entrepreneurial productivity.

    Ann is wrong that 0bama Care & illegal immigration are the MOST important. They are very important, but not nearly so deadly as growing govt, & it’s police state creep, the national debt & the burning of the Bill of Rights, thanks to the ‘Patriot’ Act & the junk John Manchurian McCain & some other Benedict Arnold stuck in a military appropriations bill.

    Ron Paul is the only one standing against the big govt establishment supported by ‘progressives’ in both ‘parties’. ALL the others have their obvious & sneaky ways whereby they stand for big govt.

    SamFox

  • jas

    That’s the place.  She’s third from the left.  The one that doesn’t need a bra.  LOL!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    You’re both dead wrong. He’s not a liberal. He’s not a conservative. And he won’t be nominated.

    It would be hard to get a candidate worse than Paul or Romney, but if you refuse to vote for the GOP hominee in the general election, then you’re more enemy than friend of the Republic.

    Obama cannot be allowed to wreak more damage.

    At least with Mitt and Ron Paul, we get some degree of good intentions. Obama is dedicated to destruction of America as a bastion of liberty.

  • westoast

    Not another one of those lengthy long drawn out extended public service announcements.

  • westoast

    Did that bull just say “Moo yuck!”?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_OWR7EJLNTD2I7US56OGAVWGAG4 Christopher

    2 bills if allowed to pass into laws — s1867 and s3081 — contain language in them that would allow Obama to stay in power indefinitely as a dictator.  If these bills are allowed to pass in their current form where U.S. Citizens can be detained, interrogated, tortured and even executed without due process of law, without charges, but merely on suspicion of aiding the enemy based on presidential decree, then what chance do opposing candidates have when they could be declared terrorists or enemy combatants or enemy belligerents at the stroke of a presidential pen?

  • jas

    I saw that movie!  “Pleasantville,” I believe?  Tobie Maguire was splendid!

  • dixiebelle88

    i wish things had gone better with perry at the beginning.  i still think he is far away the most experienced, conservative candidate with the best record and no weird baggage.  he has governed well for 12 years.  i know, i know.  the best laid plans are oft thrown awry by incorrect first impressions.  but i surely cannot find a suitable choice from the remaining field.  apparently topnotch republicans are not interested in politics. 

  • westoast

    I guess your segue is the fact that you are sticking your bitchy little nose in someone else’s business.

  • jas
  • westoast

    Do you want a return to constitutional policies or free heroin?

  • jas

    If you like Executive Figureheads. 

  • rboylern

    Slight correction – The depression began in 1929 and continued during the 1930′s.  There was no depression in the 1920′s when the free market was having a field day.

  • redaxeguitar

    If my car is headed for a cliff, I am not going to lightly touch the brake pedal… We don’t need a moderate, or centrist or whatever milktoast puke to do anything in stages about taking the country back.(IE, Romney, Gingrich, Perry, Etc…  I would vote for a Paul/Bachmann ticket or maybe a Bachmann/Paul ticket just to make sure we don’t lightly touch the brake pedal… I want this piece of junk STOPPED NOW!!!!  I think Ron Paul and Michelle Bachmann have by far the best voting records of ALL the candidates that have been called viable and they just might have the character not to screw up the country and offices they might hold if we have the intelligence and courage to vote them into… (temporarily)…  It is a shame Col. Allen West isn’t running. He’s my number one choice. Ron Paul’s kid might be in there too… Why must we settle for the crap that has been paraded around in front of us instead of real Americans… We should vote in someone able to do the job and when the office corrupts them, vote them out and start again… Pay attention… Do the right thing…  Get some guts and stand up for our country while it is still ours… 

  • westoast

    LMAO. That is unforgettable.

  • jas

    I think he’s talking about the good old days:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0d8FTPv955I

  • SamFox

      Yo capt g, please do more research on yer picks. Huckabee? PLEASE do more research!
    copy & paste to a search,

    Snakes On  Campaign Mitt Romney by the Southern Avenger
     
    @ YouTube

    You are right about Mitt. He is one of the most duplicitous double tongues ever to run for anything. He is big govt to the bone.

    SamFox

  • jas

    I think I just found that guy that thinks Ann’s a man:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyYtAUJSneQ&feature=fvwp&NR=1

  • 2muchinfo2114

    Hiding under the bed? I am retired and living in Florida. You can’t throw a paper wad without hitting a dozen illegal Mexicans. They have their own sub culture established here. They do not speak English nor do they care to. They are arrogant and openly show their hatred for Americans who have lived here from birth. They are not hiding under their beds. They fear nothing from a country whose politicians are shredding our constitution. They call us STUPID AMERICANS! Half measures will not work. There are already way too many here.

  • jas

    Slight correction….

    Isn’t that what Obama called the economy Summer before last?

  • redaxeguitar

    Rubbish…  You might start cutting the bs a little closer to home… 

  • westoast

    Darn it! Technical difficulties.
    Gotta go anyway.
    Hang in there Conservatives.  We are fighting a massive army. But they are sharing a couple of abnormal brains.
    Skelton!

  • Gabriel G. Gator

    Isn’t Myron the one who once said that the universe was actually a giant brain made of Baryons pulsing in and out in 14 billion year cycles?  And that because we live in this deep gravity well orbiting a nuclear fireball 93 million miles away we are only brushed by these “smart Baryons” every 6 thousand years or so and that’s why we are so stupid?  Like red assed baboon stupid?  I think it was him that said that, or maybe it was some other guy, I dunno.

  • AmericanPatriot_1776Freedom

    We will be great again once we get rid of OBamma.

  • Mike_M_Davis

    That’s right! And I heard there was a clause I there that would allow Obama to have his way with any of our daughters, any time he wants to. The evil scoundrel! What’s next, an official decree that would turn fascism from left to right?

  • SamFox

    Yo A f reader, I can’t find the post. This is kind of a diff thread set up. No ‘Page 1′ or ‘Next’ arrow.

    If  I got it wrong, I apologize. Hey, I found the post.

    I didn’t get it wrong! I put up a big “IF you like Newt…” not that you absolutely did like the scam artist.

    You needa pay closer attention! :-)

    No worries. I know that in this economy that Bush left & 0 has screwed further into the ground, it’s hard to afford to pay attention when yer broke. :-) .

    Peace boss! Just clownin a bit…

    SamFox

  • ^♠^

    No we are not going anywhere

  • joe6pack

    Damn that Jughead!

    ;p

  • joe6pack

    Who?

  • A_friendly_reader

    State won the Outback Bowl yesterday.

    So then there were three.

  • jas

    Wait a minute!

    We’ve been slugging it out for three weeks over Ann’s anti-Newt columns. 

    Self-selecting, yes.  Self-centered, yes.  Mentally self-pleasuring, That’s why I have a one-handed keyboard.  LOL!!!

  • joe6pack

    She was with him tonight, wasn’t she? A woman introduced him.

  • joe6pack

    No we are not!

  • jas

    I’d rather Newt left the little lady at home.  Shiver……..

  • ^♠^

    The T E A people are not driving to rallies anymore and wasting gas and money doing so, they are working at the local level,taking over the GOP precincts one at a time. 

    As they realize the only way to save the country is rebuild the GOP from the bottom up. 

  • joe6pack

    Ahhh…I sure know…I watched that game..well, sorta. I was actually watching Florida whip Ohio State.

  • joe6pack

    LOL! Speaking of Jugheads!

  • Ribbey

    I don’t think so FR, a Texas blue dog would never vote for Paul….he’s been around awhile you know His phony war face is easy to see in these parts……

  • ^♠^

    Well they found the Keokuk votes , that nobody on Fox knows how to pronounce,  KEO – KUK  FOX 

  • joe6pack

     Rick 4 votes up

  • A_friendly_reader

    An unbelievably rude and crude dude.

    Picked up beagles by the ears.

    Famously showed a huge torsal scar to reporters.

    Made his underlings and maybe reporters follow him to the urinal so he could talk to them while peeing.

    Felt very defensive around the uppercrust Kennedys, so he asserted himself by being disgusting and intentionally offensive.

    Commissioned a phony attack on US warships in the Gulf of Tonkin in order to lay the groundwork for major war expansion.  Then refused to spool down the war because he didn’t want to be the first US president to lose a war, according to tape recordings in the White House.

    He’s burning somewhere.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Do you need reservations at the Sanitorium?

  • joe6pack

    Some Iowa blue dogs voted for him.

  • joe6pack

    I just got back from visiting my Uncle Al there.

  • ^♠^

    Now they are searching for Clinton county votes lmao

  • A_friendly_reader

    I thought another instance of piling onto Al.

  • A_friendly_reader

    A sense a conspiracy in the making.

  • joe6pack

    Those are going for Obama of course.

  • ^♠^

    U betcha

  • joe6pack

    I heard Al was an alien.

  • joe6pack

    Ya know…some folks just make it too easy. Don’t they, Jerry?

  • jas

    Tied with Jimmy Durante,  Jamie Farr, and Yasser Arafat for the world’s largest nostrils!!!!

  • joe6pack

    They had to wake up the Mayor.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Not a Romney defender in any way, but for the record, his wife has multiple sclerosis or some other debilitating disease that comes in waves. Had it for decades. 

  • ^♠^

    It is very early in the game and Santorum will need to apply a lot of polish , followed by a good coat of wax to compete with the big boys..

  • Ribbey

    The two things Machiavelli mentioned in his book about ruling people, is You can use 1 or the other Loyalty or fear, Johnson chose fear……….

  • ^♠^

    Herman Can got 58 votes in I O WAY 

  • jas

    Newt’s wife has Deer-in-the-headlightsitis. 

  • A_friendly_reader

    Jack Scissorhand.

    This is at least the 4th week, by the way.

    Or should I say henway?

    I think there are one or two people here who weren’t around during the last henway discussion.

  • joe6pack

    No doubt. 

    BTW…58 people wrote in Cain! LOL!

    Hey Jack! Ol’ Hermie has been real damn busy!

  • jas

    I was only joking about his signature nine.  But I’m surprised anybody would throw his vote away like that. 

  • joe6pack

    And helmet head.

  • jas

    LOL!!!

  • jas

    It was a weighty issue. 

  • A_friendly_reader

    Exactly what was the sequence of these events:

    Completion of the second filming of “The Stepford Wives”;

    Noot marrying Callista.

    And I don’t mean Flockhart.

  • joe6pack

    Whadya think? 58 love children running around the corn fields next year?

  • ^♠^

    Some Cain supporters are as rabid as Paulites

  • jas

    Can you see them laying in bed tonight?

    Newt:  Will you stop that damn smiling? 

  • joe6pack

    I’ll bet Mittens is livid! He could have had a few extra wives an no one would have noticed!

  • joe6pack

    And take off that @#$^&* -king helmet!

  • Ribbey

    Santorum, also I was explaining why I could never vote for Romney…

  • jas

    Good thing I’m not a politician.  I always looked at my wife as a hindrance. 

  • A_friendly_reader

    I meant that. Can’t imagine any state’s blue dog Dem voting for Paul.

    Blue dogs themselves might have broke for him.

  • jas

    LOL!!!

  • joe6pack

    Well… you did admit that you picked the wrong one!

  • ^♠^

    The RNC lost the final paper ? Romney and Santorum seem to have agreed that Mitt won by 14 votes LMAO

  • joe6pack

    It was reported that some Iowa Blue dog dems voted in the primary for Paul. They are probably just anti war.

  • ^♠^

    LOL Obama would love to run against Ron paul

  • Ribbey

    I’m not so sure……was’nt watching, been trying to keep up with reading ya’ll the whole evening,was dreading watching Perry’s last  hurrah! :)

  • A_friendly_reader
  • joe6pack

    Well of course…after all of the ball games that have gone into overtime in the last two days…This thing goes into OT as well with Mitt winning by a Field Goal.

  • joe6pack

    It ain’t another video from the 60′s is it?

  • joe6pack

    I don’t know if that was her, but a blonde woman did introduce him.

  • Ribbey

    That’s fine, it was Romneys motivation to be like that that I was citing…….  :) :)

  • joe6pack

    My local dog catcher would love to run against him, too!

  • jas

    Only because Cain hasn’t heard of Speed Dating. 

  • Ribbey

    YEP, it’s come to that,looks bleak……..

  • joe6pack

    ROTFLMAO!

  • A_friendly_reader

    That’s just over one per state.

  • ^♠^

    We had four years to beat Obama – There was no time for starting a new party, our only option was to attempt to reform the GOP – Reforming the democrat party was a bridge too far.  

    How do you reform the GOP – you take over the precincts and build from there. 

  • joe6pack

    I think it is a good thing. It is a grass roots movement and having rallies only serves to let DC know we are here, but getting leaders elected is real.

  • joe6pack

    With one left over for DC!

  • ^♠^

    We did a good job in Mississippi and took over the state house and senate for the first time in over 100 years. at the state level. We also have Two GOP u S senators and most of the US house seats I think we lost one race to a democrat in a 70% black district. 

  • jas

    Jerry.

    Would Romney get your vote if his opponent was a Scientologist? 

  • joe6pack

    Is Tom Cruise running?

  • westoast

    He would rule with an iron fist from the oval closet.

  • joe6pack

    Skelton Peeps! Back to the salt mines in the morning.

  • Ribbey

    I  remember all that, he was in Texas, I was there, He won Texas votes mostly for moving NASA to Texas from Virginia, the number of jobs it provided for Texas was way up into the hundred thousands………Virginia hates him to this day! Don’t ever go there and mention Johnson’s name………:)

  • ^♠^

    Skelton 6

  • joe6pack

    I wonder if he wears special jammys too?

  • joe6pack

    HAGN 4!

  • westoast

    I haven’t learned to do sports analogies on politics yet.

  • A_friendly_reader

    dilation/curettage?

  • jas

    What about Christine O’Donnell in Delaware and Nevada’s Sharron Angle?

    See, that’s why Santorum did so well tonight.  Up till the last week he was virtually invisible to media scrutiny.

  • A_friendly_reader

    Romney vs. Tom Cruise? I guess.

    Romney vs. Katie Holmes?

    Nah.

  • joe6pack

    I have been here for 12 straight hours and have had football or NFL network on the tube all day. I think I stumbled into that one by osmosis.

  • jas

    Down Goes Bachmann!!!  Santorum Wins the Penant!!! 

    Wait, did you say Sports Headlines?

  • joe6pack

    damn/clintons

  • Ribbey

    He visioned himself to be like MacAuthor…..msp.

  • A_friendly_reader

    And what about John Travolta?

    He’s already played a POTUS, hasn’t he?

  • westoast

    You think Clinton didn’t? LOL!!!!

  • A_friendly_reader

    How hard can it be to compare Roller Derby to this process?

  • ^♠^

    Two huge mistakes made by some strange people in Nevada and Deleware. 

    Cost us two seats -One for sure Danny Tarkanian would have beaten Reid -  His father Tark the shark is much loved in Nevada.  Danny was point guard on the Rebels team. 

  • Ribbey

    Maaybeee….this election  has got me wound to tight for sure,,,,we got a border problem to close to my back door, running out of time……

  • joe6pack

    I think he played a first lady…I mean fat lady (shhh…don’t tell Al!)

  • jas

    Nicole Kidman wasn’t buying what the Scientogists were selling.  I haven’t heard if the once very Catholic Holmes swallowed the Hemlock or not. 

    A Wiki Goose Chasing I will go, A Wiki Goose Chasing I will go, high ho the Dario, A Wiki Goose Chasing I will go!!!

  • westoast

    And that’s just the blondes that know how to write!

  • westoast

    LOL!

  • Ribbey

    The people in Iowa are alot different than the blue dogs in Texas……

  • A_friendly_reader

    He had the blew dog coalition behind him.

  • jas

    Don’t encourage the boy.

    He’s already mentally self-pleasuring–himself??????

  • jas

    See, that’s what today’s kids are missing out on.  Black and White TV and Roller Derby, Bowling, Professional Wrestling, and F Troop!  (Loved that little Blonde)