Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Jeb Bush: Baby Killer?

Jeb Bush: ‘Hell yeah I would’ kill baby Hitler
Establishing himself as the leading pro-time-travel-in-order-to-kill-an-evil-dictator candidate in the 2016 presidential race, Jeb Bush says he would gladly travel back in time in order to kill baby Adolf Hitler, given the opportunity.

Jeb Bush would never abort Baby Hitler but mister, you'd better believe he'd bring a Glock to that delivery room. - John Fugelsang

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam

Luckily Baby Hitler is easy to spot thanks to his Baby Hitler mustache.
- some candidate tonight at the GOP debates


OMG: What If Ben Carson Was Right About The Pyramids Being Grain Silos?
CAIRO (AP) — Two weeks of new thermal scanning in Egypt's Giza pyramids have identified anomalies in the 4,500 year-old burial structures, including a major one in the largest pyramid, the Antiquities Ministry announced Monday.

Racism is over but Christmas is under attack is something actual adults think.- LOLGOP

Republican Shenanigans

Hope Syrian refugees don't find out about those evil Starbucks cups.- LOLGOP

Palin Spawn Blames Left For Starbucks Controversy
Bristol Palin urged her followers not to fall for the controversy over Starbucks’ holiday cups because it was “an attempt by the LEFT to make Christians look stupid.”

Senate: Obamacare Repeal Bill
Senate Republican leaders plan to go further with their ObamaCare repeal bill after finding that the House-passed version cannot win a simple majority on the floor.
“The House guys are going to be surprised when they learn they were outflanked by the Senate, which will pass a more conservative ObamaCare repeal,” said a Senate GOP aide.

If Republicans get asked about Missouri in tonight's debate they'll likely cry "Gotchya" - Matt Laslo

A new report from CNN suggests that Ben Carson made up the stories of his violent temper from his youth, including one where he said he almost stabbed a kid. That's how weird this presidential election is: A candidate is now in trouble because he DIDN'T stab someone as a kid.- Jimmy Fallon

A look at the Republican Presidential Field, One Year Out

Hi Lisa,

I did a mental inventory over the weekend and here’s how the Republican presidential field looks to me one year before the 2016 election.

Donald Trump

“In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.”  In this field on GOP candidates, Trump is that one-eyed man. And he’s going to build a wall because, well, Trump is a real estate developer and building things – even useless things – is what developers do.

The fact that Trump is the front runner tells us all we need to know about the GOP base.  They don’t care that he’s pro-choice or that he favors single-payer health care and tax increases.  He’s against Obama and all the other brown people out there and that’s all that really counts.  

Prediction: Trump may run in the early states but he will not risk being called a “loser” for the nomination.  As soon as he has enough delegates in his pocket to be a force at the convention, some “once in a lifetime” business opportunity – something that “no one else in the world” could do – will arise and Trump will drop out of the race.

Ben Carson

Carson appears to be the surgeon-savant – brilliant in one field; totally clueless in all others.  The man does not lack for ego though: on his wall hangs a portrait of himself and Jesus Christ.  The caption probably says “Jesus on right.”

Dr. Ben has to learn that something is not true just because he says it is true … especially when it is demonstrably not true.  In his latest fantasy, the pyramids were used to store grain.  C’mon, Ben: then what were the mummies doing in there?  Too much grain?  I confess: I’ve been nearly mummified by too much grain a few times, but the grain had been turned into alcohol first.

Prediction: Carson’s every utterance is now being fact-checked and he is not faring well under that microscope.  Carson may win in Iowa and maybe in South Carolina but he will eventually drop out in return for a prime-time convention speech.

Marco Rubio

Rubio is not comfortable in his own skin yet and he sure can’t control himself around money.  A man who can’t handle his own and his party’s credit cards should not be given access to the full faith and credit of the United States.  What’s more, he hates the job he has now and he’s not very good at it.  Why would you promote a guy like that?  Rubio will hang in there in hopes of being considered a viable VP candidate at the convention.

Ted Cruz

How a guy born in Canada to a Cuban father and an American mother could be against immigration is beyond me.  But nothing about Cruz makes much sense.  The plain fact is that Ted Cruz is in this race to benefit Ted Cruz, nobody else.  No other senator in my memory has served the country, the Senate, or his constituents more poorly than Ted Cruz.  I see no future for Cruz in national politics.

Jeb! Bush

Remind me again; which one is the smart one?   “Jeb! W.” (as I call him) is showing he can’t run a campaign, much less a country.  He has plenty of baggage from his governorship – Terri Schaivo and Florida State come to mind – but his gaffes in this campaign are enough to sink his boat.  He was in such a hurry to release his emails that he released thousands of people’s personal information along with them.  It took him a week to decide whether or not he would have invaded Iraq.  He equivocates or is “conflicted” on immigration, climate science, the death penalty, and more.  

Prediction: I don’t think “Jeb! W.” wants to be president very badly.  Any change in his father’s or mother’s health will be sufficient reason for “Jeb! W.” to “suspend” his campaign and, once he suspends it, he won’t be back.

Carly Fiorina

“Anybody can write a plan,” she says.  True enough, but not everybody can write a plan that works.  Fiorina’s plan for HP to acquire Compaq – at a time when the rest of the industry was turning to mobile technology – was a classic case of shooting where the rabbit was. Fiorina would be a disaster as president of the United States; she hasn’t even gotten an offer to be president of another company.

John Kasich

In this field, Kasich actually looks like the sane one.  But don’t be fooled: he’s an astute politician who deals in political expedience (Medicare expansion) and knows what to say, how to say it, and when to keep his mouth shut.  Maybe this isn’t fair, but when I hear “Kasich” I think “Nixon.”  Still, Kasich may be the one in 2016.

Rand Paul

Rand Paul stands no better chance of being elected president than his father did.  I too once thought Ayn Rand had something to say. But then I became a high school senior and thought better of it.  I do like the idea that he formed his own professional board so he could be “Board certified’; that’s really creative.

Mike Huckabee

Huckabee and Sarah Palin should form a new party, the “Grifters for Jesus” Party.  They can take Ben Carson with them.  At least they’d get credit for honesty in politics.

Chris Christie

Christie’s political baggage weighs even more than he does.  From the ARC tunnel to public employee pensions to distribution of Hurricane Sandy relief money to Bridgegate, Christie is a scandal waiting to happen.  Christie’s successor’s biggest job will be to clean up Christie’s mess.

Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal, Lindsay Graham, George Pataki – Along with Chris Christie, this crew mans the Kids’ Table.  None of these gentlemen has anything at all to recommend him for the presidency.  When their money is gone, they will be too.

Rick Perry

Maybe the glasses did make Rick Perry smarter: he was the first to realize he had zero chance of becoming president so he quit the race.  Smart move.

Scott Walker

Despite the Koch brothers’ backing, this reptile couldn’t bag enough prey in Iowa to survive, so he gave it up and slithered back to Wisconsin.  May smart Wisconsinites eradicate his entire den in 2016.

My prediction for the 2016 Republican ticket: Kasich-Rubio in a brokered convention.  The hope will be that as favorite sons, Kasich and Rubio will be able to deliver Ohio’s and Florida’s combined 47 electoral votes.

That’s how it looks from here right now.  Comments welcome, as always!

Best wishes,

PS – I agree with Bernie Sanders that Hillary Clinton on her worst day would still be better than any of these Republicans on their best days.

Thank you Rick! Excellent summation in my humble opinion and funny too. 

The other day a Gringo here said he felt the GOP would be in such chaos, that they would turn to Paul Ryan, again.

Rock The Voter News

"Congress doesn't regulate Wall Street, Wall Street regulates congress." - Bernie Sanders

Obama named "Ally Of The Year"
President Obama appears on the latest issue of Out magazine, becoming the first sitting U.S. leader to be photographed for the cover of an LGBT title, the publication said.

You know that point when you give up on a TV series and stop watching? For me, the GOP debates are at that point.- Andy Borowitz

GOP Debate #4
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Organizers are promising to focus on substance when eight Republicans face off on the main stage for the GOP's fourth presidential debate.

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Meanwhile, In The Arctic
Aboard CCGS Amundsen (Canada) (AFP) - The Arctic ice cap is melting faster than ever before, threatening to push so much fresh water into the North Atlantic that it could disrupt how the ocean regulates global temperatures, a prominent oceanographer has warned.

Business/Tech News

Gun deaths per year 32,000

Deaths from people voting, birth control or saying "Happy Holidays" 0

Guess which the GOP worries about. - LOLGOP

Vintage Gun Ad

Military Industrial Complex New Sales
Boeing Co. is in "very serious conversations" with five customers about its new Maritime Surveillance Aircraft, a long-range spy plane based on Bombardier's 605 business jet, an executive said on Tuesday.

GOP Candidates to Debate Best Method To Kill Baby Hitler. - LOLGOP



Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo

A Frizzle Chicken, a type of chicken with feathers that curl outwards rather than lying flat. It reminds me of looking in the mirror in the morning.


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