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Rick Perry, Herman Cain, & Michele Bachmann

Watching this train wreck of a show, meaning the Republican party trying to find a Presidential candidate to rival President Obama in 2012, is entertaining and pathetic at the same time. The shocking comments coming out of these debates, and sound bytes coming from anywhere and everywhere, shouldn’t shock me at all these days. But they still do and I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s not the candidates or the GOP pundits I’m angry at, it’s the American voters.

I think that if you’re a staunch supporter of Rick Perry, Herman Cain, and Michele Bachmann, you should be made to wear a letter on your forehead indicating who you’re supporting. P, C, or B. That way, the rest of us normal, rational, and logical people can pretty much tell the kind of person you are just by your support of a certain candidate. Quite frankly if you really would cast your vote for these three as President, you’re pretty much a moron. Oh and let me tell you why.

Rick Perry: If you are a supporter of this fool then you would have no problem joining a hunting club that goes by the name ‘N*ggerhead.” Seriously, you would have no problem saying, “Hey it’s Sunday! Let’s go to N*ggerhead and shoot some stuff.” Sadly, one could assume that if you support Perry, the ‘N’ word is likely part of your vernacular anyway so that point is moot. The biggest issue I have with Governor Perry is that he is responsible for putting to death an innocent man. Cameron Todd Willingham. That name should haunt Governor Perry every night for the rest of his life. Somehow I don’t think Perry is losing sleep over it. The story is awful in itself, but what Perry did after the fact makes him as guilty as if he injected the poison that killed Willingham. A committee was put together to investigate and Perry ended that quickly. PLEASE click here to read the cover-up. It’s disgusting behavior as a human being. So much for being the ‘party of family and life’. Another awful lie from Governor Perry is when he said that the 2009 stimulus created ‘no jobs’. Not only is that not true, Perry got a ‘Pants on Fire’ from PolitiFact because it was such a HUGE lie. Plus claiming and proudly rejecting stimulus money, even though he did. A lot of jobs were created under Perry, and for some reason, he won’t concede to the fact that receiving stimulus money had anything to do with it. Go figure. I don’t know. There is so much about this guy that’s shady. Nevermind his embarrassing gaffes at the debates. You can’t recall which three federal agencies you’d eliminate? The argument really is WHY he would eliminate the three he can’t remember. Rick Perry comes across as anti-anything non white. Just look at his PolitiFact page. It’s pitiful. You can go through it and it’s hard to find anything he has said to be true. And people are really going to vote for him?Can you imagine what would happen if we are in a real crisis? He’s going to want to pray on it. You think that if America had a group prayer God would have stopped Osama Bin Laden? Laughable.

Herman Cain: Rachel Maddow is correct is calling Mr. Cain’s campaign an ‘art project.’ If there’s one thing that I’ve learned about this guy over the last few weeks is that he’s misogynist. Unbelievably disrespectful to all the women he’s commented on. Anita Hill, Nancy Pelosi, and of course the women accusing him of sexual harassment. Not one, not two, five women. Five women accusing this guy of being a predator. That’s a pattern. Are they ALL lying Mr. Cain? And who can forget his awesome Libya gaffe. Gaffe? No. He’s ignorant to foreign affairs and foreign policy in general. Anyone who saw his ‘Ubeki – beki – beki beki stan’ comment at that point should have realized immediately he’s NOT Presidential material. He’s not even Congress material. His solution to answering questions is to ask a question back? So 5th grade, Mr. Cain. The only reason why Conservatives and the crazy Tea Party like this guy is because he allows them to believe we live in a post-racial society. Many, many Conservatives, and Tea Party people believe that racism doesn’t exist anymore, even though most of them are racist themselves. Herman Cain will NEVER win a general election. Although I want him to get the GOP nod. Most liberals do. Look at Herman Cain’s PolitiFact page. Not one true statement. That’s who you want running this country?

Michele Bachmann: Where do I start with this one? Other than the fact that she’s an embarrassment to ALL women around the world. What a horrible example of a Conservative woman. A liar, a homophobe, unacquainted, and what’s worse is that defends herself, even when a 3rd grader knows she lying and making up stories. The kicker for me was her speech about the Founding Fathers ‘working tirelessly to end slavery’. Whoa! That’s a ‘WTF’ moment. She wasn’t aware that these wonderful ForeFathers actually owned slaves? No, she was not aware. She knows her history like I know to speak Arabic. I don’t. And her rebuttal was even more astounding. She sure was defending what she said, even though she was reaching for the stars to defend it. It’s sad, actually watching her interview with George Stephanopoulos is cringe-worthy. She is unbelievably uneducated about out nation’s history. Then she comes up with this horrific story about meeting a mother after one of the debates who told her that her 12-year-old daughter got the HPV vaccine and then became mentally retarded. As a woman, she should be ashamed of what she did. She’s lying. She knows it and everyone who has a brain knows it. How dangerous to say something like that. With no proof, no back-up. Nothing. Just come out and say something that’s going to make HER look better to anyone who will listen. That is why she is an awful example of a woman. Mothers: DO NOT LET YOUR DAUGHTERS GROW UP TO BE MICHELE BACHMANN. She has her talking points and then she has her lies. Here is her horrible track record from PolitiFact.

I just realized this blog could have been a waste of time because these three will NEVER be the GOP nominee, much less President. But then again, the Tea Party exists.

 
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Posted by on November 27, 2011 in Politics, Religion, Television

 

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