|The carnival barkers think President Barack Obama hates America. Sometimes you got to laugh at the Republicans and conservative agitators. They proven to be even more stupider than I've thought.|
The dog whistle is blowing and the lips are moist.... Republicans are looking for their opportunity to take back the White House. But since they're still stuck on the past as they continue to trash President Barack Obama instead of throwing out better ideas.
Thumb through a check and cash it out. The Republican Party is morally bankrupt.
Saying that our American president hates his country is pretty much the definition of "hating" your country. You can disagree with the president on policy. But the relentless name calling and pseudo-patriotism by some in the junk food media makes you really think less of them rather the president.
This is the type of stuff that makes you cynical of politicians, the media and of course America.
It all began with that simpleton Rudy Giuliani speaking at a Republican donors rally for potential clown car candidate Wisconsin governor Scott Walker. He stated openly that President Obama doesn't love America like most of them. Of course, this became the click bait that will not go away.
Republicans are split on whether they want to support the comments or throw Giuliani back to the waste bin of failed politicians.
Many Republicans like Representatives Darrell Issa (R-CA), Mo Brooks (R-AL) and Louie Gohmert (R-TX) are very supportive of that simpleton. Even a 13 year old claimed that Giuliani was on point.
The Huffington Post/YouGov has the goods on Republicans and their opinion of Obama loving America.
This is the country we live in.....
Seriously, what the fuck? You telling me that 85% of Democrats, 11% of Republicans and 42% of independents believe Barack Obama loves America.
That means if you add 42 (I) + 11 (R) = 53. You divide it by 2 and you have 26% of Americans roughly a quarter of Americans believe that the first Black president hate America.
Americans are similarly divided along party lines on whether they think Obama believes the U.S. is exceptional, and on whether he's more or less patriotic than most people. Republicans overwhelmingly say he's less patriotic, while Democrats say he's as patriotic or more, and independents are split.
Even sad that even Democrats say this stuff too. I mean Kentucky, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Arkansas, and Mississippi Democrats who are White question the president. These Democrats vote Republican regardless of the situation.
This stuff kicks off at the Conservative Political Action Conference. The CPAC event is going to be held at the Sheraton Hotel in Washington, DC and among the speakers are the usual nuts and a few politicos. The American Conservative Union hosts their straw poll on who's the potential Republican presidential nominee in their opinion.
The nut farm includes speakers:
That annoying conservative agitator of Loserville and iHeartRadio Media.
The former Alaskan governor, activist and reality star
Benjamin Carson, former neurosurgeon
Wayne LaPierre, NRA vice president and spokesman
Newt Gingrich, former House Speaker and 2012 presidential candidate
Sam Brownback, governor of Kansas
Mark "Rat Face" Levin, conservative agitator from Cumulus Media.
Bobby Jindal, governor of Louisiana
John Bolton, former United Nations ambassador
Tom Cotton, U.S. Senator from Arkansas (Stallmigo)
Rand Paul, U.S. Senator from Kentucky (Stallmigo)
Donald Trump, real estate mogul and reality star
Marsha Blackburn, U.S. Representative from Tennessee
Brent Bozell, activist and TV critic
Ann Marie Buerkle, former U.S. Representative from New York
Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida
Ted Cruz, U.S. Senator from Texas (Stallmigo)
Carly Fiorina, former U.S. Senate candidate and business mogul
Laura Ingraham, conservative agitator from Courtside Media
KT McFarland, conservative activist
Oops, former governor from Texas
Marco Rubio, U.S. Senator from Florida (Stallmigo)
Rick Santorum, former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania and 2012 presidential candidate
Tim Scott, U.S. Senator from South Carolina (Stallmigo)
Scott Walker, governor of Wisconsin
This is the tentative list of nuts in the farm. Who will be the most controversial?
It will be covered.
Betcha that most of these agitators and politicos will question the president's patriotism, birth certificate and religion!