Monday, November 28, 2011

Monday Mishegas

Sometimes I’m not sure if I am ambivalent or indifferent.

If you were a Doug Flutie fan but can't stand Tim Tebow, you may be a hypocrite.
When I picture Rick Perry and Joe Arpaio campaigning together all I can think of is:
Are we seeing a trend in Republican candidate’s wives?



There have been a lot of Democrats, including Arianna Huffington, who have grown fond of Republican Jon Huntsman.  Yes, he is moderate, believes in climate change, and understands globalization; but I am sorry folks.  Anyone who utters these words is automatically disqualified:
“Hockey moms of the world, unite! History will be made tonight and her name is Sarah Palin.” “In a world of artificiality, we are looking for originality. We are looking for authenticity. We are looking for a rebel, a renegade. We are looking for Sarah.”
I am still baffled about Gingrich’s rise in the polls.  How can social conservatives support this guy’s track record?  How can Tea Partiers support a guy who lobbied for Freddie Mac, Big Pharma, and the ethanol industry? 
Many on the right like Newt Gingrich because he is an intellectual; compared to his competition for the GOP candidacy that makes him the skinniest kid at fat camp.
The more Mitt Romney tries to be cool like Fonzie, the more he ends up looking like Potsie.

3 comments:

  1. Hmm, "the skinniest kid at fat camp." I'm sorry, but using that when discussing the Newt is sort of amusing. He is the Pillsbury dough boy.

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  2. Come on - are you saying Newt is too fat to fail? Any chance the Real Housewives of the GOP are taking beauty advice from Jan "Cruella" Brewer? Just saying...

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  3. Mrs Newt caught my attention too..she and Cindy both share the same betaMODEL animatron head tilt...as in "what's that?"
    capecodGURL

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