Sunday, August 14, 2011

Bachman wins Iowa Straw Poll. Paul second. Pawlenty third. Romney fourth, er, seventh.

Perry — Bachman 2012?


Good. I could support Bachmann. I won’t support Romney under any circumstances whatsoever.


I'm happy for Bachmann. I think she'll have an easy go of exposing Perry for the RINO that he is and Romney is toast.

I really like Cain. I hope he does well also.


"I refuse to vote for Romney"

Neither will I in a primary but I’ll be damned if I’ll sit home and not vote if he does win. I blame the sitters that couldn’t hold their nose and vote for McCain for giving us the America hating Marxist Kenyan.


Cain is so sharp and has credentials a mile long.

I'd love to see him in some sort of Cabinet post if he doesn't get the nomination.


biggest problem here is that Pawlenty came in third. I was hoping he would drop out....he ticked me off in the last debate. Ron Paul’s number mean I don’t care he came in second. I am glad to see Santorum did as well as he did...Cain not too bad either.

Anyway, I am pleased that Bachman got a boost. I think Perry showed ZERO class to announce when he did and draw attention away from this event. I’m already suspicious of him....his actions make me more so.

If Sarah Palin is going to run, I wished she would announce ASAP. I feel she will bring good things to the primary even if she doesn’t win.


Bachman has good values/ideas. So do I, so do you. Big whoop. We need someone who can fight and win or America dies.

Bachman needs to withdraw today and support a Sarah Palin candidacy.


They are totally worthless, except that if you lose big, you might consider pulling out of the race. That’s all it means. People actually have to pay $30 to cast a vote. It’s just fun now, because we’re finally talking about who is going to replace Obama. Woo-hoo! It’s almost over!!!


I’ll vote for any of those but I think Palin can beat him. She needs to jump in NOW. I’m afraid she is going to get in too late in the game and be another Fred Thompson. I don’t think Cain has a chance either, no way. I like him a lot but after the black one we have now, there is no way in hell another black will be elected for many, many years. Romney, I don’t think he can win either but I will hold my nose and vote for whoever wins because not voting is a vote for that slimy piece of whale sh&t usurping the WH now.


what I don’t understand is who are these Paulbots? Their certainly not conservatives. And when you watch their behavior and actions, they act more like liberals.


David Gregory is very impressed with Bachmann! We will see the MSM try once again to carry Bachmann for the short term. They really believe if they can prop her up in their polls for another month or so while leaving Gov Palin out of them, they might finally be rid of the one they most fear...Gov Palin.

They are going to be in for a rude awakening. Hey I will let the Bachmann supporters have their joint celebration with the LSM/Rep Establishment, it will be very short!


"Rubio's eligible. He was born in Miami."

To parents who were Cuban exiles. Therefore:

'The Government of Cuba does not recognize the U.S. nationality of U.S. citizens who are Cuban-born or are the children of Cuban parents. These individuals will be treated solely as Cuban citizens and may be subject to a range of restrictions and obligations, including military service. Source'

Hence, by the standards of US law, Rubio is not a Natural Born citizen, whether we like it or not. You deliberately chose not to address the question at hand in your reply. IMO, that is disingenuous at best. Throwing insults on top as a cover is even worse. That's not very smart in dealing with me.

Rubio is a very attractive leader: handsome, smart, serious, and articulate, but he is ineligible to be President. I'm sticking with the law even if nobody else seems to care. Don't like it? Then amend the Constitution. Ends don't justify means, which means we are not like Democrats. Are we?

"What does Cuba's recognition have to do with it? If he was born in the US, he’s a US citizen..."

Maybe according to customary US administration and a bogus SCOTUS ruling, but not according to the Constitution. Moreover, there is a difference between a naturalized citizen and a natural born citizen, which is why Hamilton was ineligible (which was the point of the language).


"Nothing about this is going to be easy"

You said a mouthful right there. I know that between Obama playing the blame game .. the media not wanting to admit what a pos he is or how they have backed him this whole time. That they will attack anyone who runs as a conservative and the money that will be pouring into Obama will be monumental.

I am betting that the attacks that come out this election cycle will be second to none as far as dirty politics go.

It will be an uphill battle the whole way for sure. But as i said, in such a climate as we have politically, people are very VERY upset. They will want a stark contrast between Obama and anyone. That is the person who will win.


  1. Yea! Let's all support a candidate that anyone with a brain "fears" that hasn't even declared yet! That's the ticket to success! Supporting a non-candidate is just... Baffling to me. These people really are out of touch with reality; and that is scary.

  2. "Gov. Palin" isn't a governor anymore, jackasses. She Quit, get over it!

  3. Sarah will run! You'll see!

    Any day now!

    She just winked at me! With her MIND!

  4. I don't agree with the guy who says Rubio is ineligible, but at least he is consistent. That, or maybe he hates Hispanics - can't rule that out...