Here is a picture of Allen West and family. His wife is an MD and they have two beautiful daughters just like Obama. His wife is also professional a doctor and Michelle is a lawyer.
West is the first black elected to congress since 1876! He beat an incumbent for the office. He is 51 years old and has 20 years of military experience. Sarah thinks that West would be a going rouge choice. I think he has made some strange quips in the past but hasn’t everybody? I wanted to look him up to make sure he was not married to a white woman. That would be a deal breaker for me. Not because I have anything against them, some of my best friends are white women, but for what it says about black men taking the easy way out.
- Sarah Palin’s “Rogue” Pick For VP (alan.com)
- Allen West on VP chatter: I’m willing and ready to serve in whatever capacity (hotair.com)
- Sarah Palin: Allen West Should Be Considered For Vice Presidency In 2012 (usamericanfreedom.com)
- Trayvon Martin Murdered ~ Where Are Tavis Smiley/Corney West/Allen West? (theobamacrat.com)
Katie Couric ignored Palin and her debut in Katie’s old seat. She now hosts GMA. Sarah seemed fired up. I taped her debut but have not watched it yet. Had to leave early this am and I have a hot yoga class tonight. Gotta keep the yoga booty going LOL.
And in case you were unaware a person keeps the title for life once elected to any office or if they have earned a degree such as MD they are always referred to as Doctor even if retired. BTW only MDs are doctors the PhDs are “doctors of philosophy” but not doctors. They hold a doctorate–
MD means medical doctor no other degree says that.
And within the first few minutes of NBC’s popular morning program, it was clear that Palin had a strategy for handling the show that was once hosted by Couric – plenty of self-deprecating humor. By contrast, Couric’s approach was to completely ignore Palin; she made no reference to the 2008 race or her blockbuster interview with the then-vice presidential candidate that many credited with dooming the GOP ticket.
The first glimpse viewers of the “Today” show got of Palin was her head buried behind an open newspaper.
“Oh, man, she’s doing her homework!” co-host Matt Lauer said.
I still have HBO because I wanted to see Game Change. I thought it was damn good. Yes Moore nails Palin to the political wall. Julianne Moore will probably win a bunch of awards for her portrayal of Sarah Palin. I thought it was pitch perfect.
Were there ugly things about Palin that surfaced you betcha. I was going to read the book Game Change but I found it a bit boring. The movie was not boring and it wass not over the top critical of Palin either.
She looked beautiful, defiant and a pure rouge. I loved the movie and watched and recorded it. The critics wonder why the whole film focussed on Palin that is a good question. They should have called it The Palin Plan.
However, it was well done. You usually have to duck when two Jewish men go after your life story and worry will it be about revisionism. I think the movie was better than the book at least about Sarah.
To understand just what a heinous piece of propaganda HBO has produced on behalf of President Obama, we have to go back in time to paint a complete contextual picture. HBO announced “Game Change” in early March of last year. This was after a difficult year for the president, when his approval ratings were in worse shape than they are now. This was also a time when many believed, including myself, that Governor Palin would enter the 2012 race to challenge Obama.
In other words, it’s just a fact that when HBO decided to pull the trigger, the possibility was very real that Palin could become president of the United States. So what did HBO choose to do as a response? Here are the facts:
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- Palin video mocks ‘Game Change’ (politico.com)
- Dead Tree Alert: Shiny Object Lesson (entertainment.time.com)
- Review: HBO’s Game Change is like Days of our Lives for Republicans (news.moviefone.com)
- John McCain Trashes HBO’s Game Change, Director Defends (mediaite.com)
No one was able to knock Newt off his rhetorical perch. He sits there firmly and did what he had to do. He parrys and he punches back when he was confronted with the 1.6 million dollars he has earned from Fannie Mae and Freddie. He made the right point that Dodd and Frank were sitting in the House, as elected officials when they cleaned the housing clock and set the meltdown timer on its ultimate date with a 2008 destiny.
I think Ron Paul came in as a close second with his answers. Everyone was careful but not safe playing. The answers to questions that ranged from foreign policy to illegal alien verification were well-thought, and no major stumbles like the 10K bet.
But really even Santorum and Perry did themselves a lot of good before the Iowa voting in January. What about Romney who leads hot on the heels of Newt? He was steady eddy and also provided a good debate.
Bachman she just does not do anything for me. She was not bad and I don’t pan her performance but as a congress person she is just out of her league. I don’t think she’s a Sarah Palin. I think Palin in many ways is stronger and more magnetic. Anyway, has a person from congress ever won the presidency? I don’t think so.
Anyway Newt won the night–again.
- Republican Debate: GOP Presidential Candidates Face Off Ahead Of 2012 Iowa Caucus (LIVE UPDATES) (huffingtonpost.com)
- Can Newt Gingrich cement his place at the top of the GOP race during tonight’s Iowa debate? (100gf.wordpress.com)
- Washington Wire to Live Blog GOP Debate (blogs.wsj.com)
My take it will be Mitt Romney because he has been running for years now. The GOP always gives the stinker the next shot. Then there is that yuk factor like the one they overlooked with that uber lib by the name of John McCain. Who paired up with a T party gal named Sarah Palin. That was the ticket that could not win.
I predicted Romney nod anyway a long time ago. Yes, they might reconsider Perry if he does not further implode. But the illegal issue is going to dog the rich Romneys and the less rich Perrys and the less right GOP as it runs its 2012 race pushing Christie into the VP slot, or rather squeezing him. He’s conservative enough and has mafia connections too.
Update: Chris Christie today endorsed Mitt Romney for prez. He really is a smart, fluffy, guy. That’s the way to do it come out early, predict, lead with your endorsement. I tried to get a bunch of folks to come out early for Obama. I pleaded with my old brother Ted to endorse and also Al Gore. Ted did get off the Chris Todd sinking ship and he and Caroline endorsed Obama early on.
Smart move from a smart, but fat, man.
It seems to me that most serious presidential candidates will write at least one book before they throw their hat in the ring or name in the hat (Sarah Palin). But Chris Christie has done little about his bulk and nothing about a book in the year preceeding this one. Is it de rigeur for one to write a book beforehand? It doesn’t hurt and most of the time it actually helps.
Rick Perry, his moderate and soft on illegal alien stance, was not really a big part of his book “Fed Up!” Well, that’s what the people of Texas and other states are really saying to the business and the pols we are fed up with the freebies and the magnets that bring so many illegals here from Mexico in particular. We have too much legal immigration too. But that is being swallowed up by the vast illegal alien invasion in the southwest that is spreading to the northeast quickly.
Former Gov. Richardson was also a talking head today and he was so dirty politically that Obama could not give him a high-profile job. Good riddance to Gov. Richardson I say. He threw his two cents in about Rick Perry but it did not add up to much.
Famously, Obama wrote two damn books before he ran and people are still mining them for gems of self confession about being a lefty so far that he borders on Communist and socialism. I don’t care about that. But I am not voting for any political neophytes and no fatties. LOL
- Chris Christie For President Speculation Explodes On Cable (huffingtonpost.com)
- Don’t Mean To Be Rude, But Is Chris Christie Too Fat To Be President? (businessinsider.com)
- SCOTT JOHNSON ON THE is Chris Christie too fat to be President question: “I think the answer to the… (pajamasmedia.com)
- Chris Christie continues 2012 tease (dailykos.com)
- The REAL Problem For Chris Christie: Republicans Are Going To Hate Him (businessinsider.com)
This is my guide to great voting. You can take it as satire but really if you found this white man you would have the next president and it would be a successful presidency too. I mean provided he met all the other requirements like name recognition. If you stack up somelike say Bill Clinton you will see that he fits all these items to a T. The two that Obama fails is his lineage, or lack of one. And he is too liberal. What about women? I am not saying no in the future but the problem with a woman would be the unelectible part because she does not have name recognition. Or it would be gained through a white male candidate…witness Sarah Palin. Left to her own devices no one would have ever heard of little Sarah. Enough said?
I ain’t voting for:
I posted My list to daily beast as the perfectcandidate and newt picked it up and he surged in polls.
NO POLITICAL NEOPHYTES…LOOK WHAT IT GOT US
NO BODY TOUTING ‘I AM A UNITER’ THAT’S WHAT HITLER SAID AND LOOK WHAT HE DID TO GERMANY….
ANYBODY FROM TEXAS…TOO RACIST…TOO IN LOVE WITH MEXICANS AND ILLEGALS
NO FREAKING RINOs…LIKE PERRY AND ROMNEY
NO MORMONS….LIKE NO MORMONS
NO FAT PEOPLE….
NO WOMEN…BLACK OR WHITE
NO ONE WITH TOO MANY KIDS i.e., MORE THAN THREE
NO ONE WHOSE PARENTS AND BOTH SETS OF GRANDPARENTS WERE NOT BORN IN THIS COUNTRY…
NO JEWS….TOO LIBERAL….TOO IN LOVE WITH ILLEGALS AND BRINGING IN FOREIGN STUDENTS TO FILL THE LIBERAL UNIVERSITIES (factor in 9/11 IMO)
THAT DOES LEAVE OUT OBAMA, THE INCUMBENT AND JUST ABOUT EVERY GOP CONTENDER…
I CAN’T SEE THE GUY FROM MY FRONT PORCH.
- Byron York On How Cain Won In Florida (minx.cc)
- “Unelectable” Sarah Palin now polling only 5 points behind Obama (truebluenz.com)
By STEVEN THOMMA
A new McClatchy-Marist poll finds that Obama looks increasingly vulnerable in next year’s election, with a majority of voters believing he’ll lose to any Republican, a solid plurality saying they’ll definitely vote against him and most potential Republican challengers gaining on him.
Even in potential matchups where he leads, Obama in most cases has lost ground to the Republican.
- Most Expect Obama to Lose But He Still Leads (politicalwire.com)
- Poll: Palin Picks Up Steam Against Obama (michellemalkin.com)
- “Unelectable” Sarah Palin now polling only 5 points behind Obama (truebluenz.com)
I keep reading all the bad news for Obama. And indeed, nothing personal, he has not done the job he was hired to do. But with the whispers that we don’t need to add Sarah Palin to the mix, she claims to be adding herself. I wonder aloud what would things be like politically speaking if Sarah were black?
Yes, she’s hot to trot and many men have expressed that idea when she was first trotted out by the GOP and McCain. What else is new? If the black Sarah were just as hot the first thing we would hear “she got the job because she looks good!” What an airhead, black people are dumb and black women are hoes. Pretty much what we heard about white Sarah right?
First of all she would not be getting all continuous press or it would be too much to bear. If John McCain had picked Sarah, all things being equal, a black woman, as his running mate where would we be now. If the black Sarah was just like the white Sarah, except she was black, would she still be the laughing stock of the dems? Would she receive the unending speculation? Would John McCain have lost by more points?
What if they had won? Would the world, at least in the USA, talk about how off task she is? How impossible it is to get anything out of her but a speech?
- Sarah Palin: A sex-crazed druggie with a thing for black lovers? (capitolhillblue.com)
- Three outrageous revelations in Sarah Palin biography (thegreatone22.wordpress.com)
- WELL, NONE OF THE RULES OF JOURNALISTIC “ETHICS” APPLY WHERE SARAH PALIN’S CONCERNED ANYWAY: “So ac… (pajamasmedia.com)