Saturday, April 18, 2015

The Clowns Juggle Their Balls In New Hampshire!

The clown car is getting awfully full. 

A herd of Anti-Obama/Oppose Clinton candidates traveled inside that tiny car. They head directly to New Hampshire in their attempt to show the local Republicans how they can juggle their balls.

The current clowns running include The Stallmigos.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)

These three unaccomplished lawmakers were the first to announce their run.
Nashua. This is the Nashua River Dam.
Accompanying the three clowns are the first timers. They may announce their intentions soon.

New Jersey governor Chris Christie
Wisconsin governor Scott Walker
Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal
Ohio governor John Kasich
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
George Pataki, former governor of New York
Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida
Bob Ehrlich, former governor of Maryland
Ben Carson, writer and former neurosurgeon
Donald Trump, real estate mogul, celebrity agitator and game show host

And the perennial candidates who ride in the trunk of the car. They may announce their intention to run as well.

Jim Gilmore, perennial candidate and former governor of Virginia
Carly Fiorina, perennial candidate and former Hewitt Packard executive
Rick Perry, perennial candidate and former governor of Texas
Rick Santorum, perennial candidate and former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania
Mike Huckbee, perennial candidate, former Arkansas governor and conservative agitator
Jack Fellure, perennial candidate for office

As expected the field for the nomination has the Republicans more excited. But seriously, the field is weak. The candidates from 2008 and 2012 were weak. I mean the field was a total embarrassment.
Manchester, New Hampshire
I can say the most serious ones as expected are Walker, Bush, Kasich and Christie. But Paul is a popular figure among the young Republicans.

The candidates who are minorities. Although there are two Hispanic men, one Black man, one Asian American man and one woman in the fold, they're regarded as White people in my opinion.

Cruz and Rubio are Hispanic. They both have family members who grew up in Cuba. They and "honorary" Hispanic Jeb Bush can speak fluent Spanish.

Carson is the only Black candidate to announce that he may put on the makeup.

Fiorina is the only woman who announced that she may put on the makeup.

Piyush "Bobby" Jindal is the only Asian American (South Indian decent) to announce he's putting on the makeup.

Rafel Edward Cruz (aka Ted) is the only candidate born in Canada. He was born to an American mother and Cuban father. He will face an onslaught of birther nonsense by his Republican critics.

Each of these candidates are going to bark Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama.

With Obama fatigue and lack of interest in all the candidates, it's likely a Republican could win this election. All the candidates lack the appeal to win over voters.

Because being the president doesn't mean you're going to get your way. Congress is currently controlled by Republicans. During the last two years of George W. Bush's presidency, he had Democrats control it. And in the last two years of Barack Obama, Republicans took back control of Congress.

Bush and Obama had rough second terms.

They are ignored by the junk food media and the media is chasing the next shinny coin.

If a Republican wins the White House, expect the Democrats to oppose everything the president proposes. Expect more gridlock and liberal agitators to be as nasty as the conservative agitators were to Obama.

I bet you money the moment one Republican secures enough votes to win the White House, the first liberal agitator will slam the president-elect and hope for failure. They'll say well if that old fart (Rush Limbaugh) hopes Obama fails, then its fair game.

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