Monday, August 31, 2015

Pass The Popcorn, It's More Uglier Over At The Network!

Many consider this network the communication arm of the Republican Party. 

I kind of wished President Barack Obama ran a third term. He would beat every contender running.

He seems to ignore the noise. And believe me, many of us should. But it's a shame we can't! The noise is still making $$$$$$$$$$. The junk food media is basically the best PR for a bunch of idiots who talk a lot of shit.

It's also the best PR for The Donald, Uncle Ben and iCarly.

Donald Trump, Benjamin Carson and Carly Fiorina have no political experience but they're leading in the national polls. The only candidate that has little political experience is Stallmigo Cruz.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is in fourth place right now. The establishment candidates running Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, John Kasich, and Chris Christie are barely in the top ten. They were supposed to be the best to run against Hillary Clinton. Well with no media coverage, they're suffering.
Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson are top-tier candidates.
Matter of fact, everyone expect the herd will be thinning soon.

There are 17 clowns running for the Republican nomination. There are 5 clowns running for the Democratic nomination.

The Democrats are souring on Hillary Clinton. They fear that the mudslinging has taken its toll. She is taking hits from the right and the left. The left thinks she's too established. The right thinks she too liberal. The national polls suggest she's untrustworthy and dishonest.


Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is in second place and is slowly catching up with Clinton. If Vice President Joe Biden joins the race, it will make the Democrats less inspired.

The Democrats really have a weak field of candidates. The junk food media barely covers Martin O'Malley, Lincoln Chafee and Jim Webb. The news is solely focused on Clinton, Sanders and possibly Biden.

Again, no one should drop out until the delegates are counted and distributed.
Donald Trump is leading in most national polls. Scott Walker is struggling.
Polls don't matter. Votes do.

If the Republican and Democratic primary voters select their candidate then that's who wins the party's nomination. The junk food media is invested in this clown car. It's an unprecedented amount of Republican contenders in this race. The Democratic candidates are relatively weak. The Republicans are so invested in repealing Obamacare, Hillary's server, stopping Iran's nuclear deal and sending immigrants back.

To be clear, Republicans have the most to gain in this election. They are riding on this nationalist rhetoric and it maybe their last rite as the White majority political party. Democrats have the most to lose. They have lack of diversity in their candidates and the groups that support Democrats the most are not inspired by Hillary Clinton and are barely jumping into Bernie Sanders corner.

If the Republicans are hoping that Trump self destructs, then they better hope it happens when it gets colder in the year. Trump is considered a bombastic agitator and blowhard. But his rhetoric along with Ted Cruz makes them favorites among the insurgency. Same goes for Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson. They have no experience. It doesn't matter to the base. They love to hear the word vomit coming from their mouths.

Democrats better mount a defense. Start playing the role of Republican basher. The Democrats are extremely spineless because they don't want to lose the voters who may crossover (i.e. independents).

Anyway, do you view that network as the public relations arm of the Republican Party?

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