Though we survived LBJ, RN, JC, GWB's daddy, BC, and we'll probably stumble through GWB's tenure, I've heard lots of folks sigh, "Are these three the best that we've got?"
Kinda drives you to your knees.
So there's hope.
CM makes a lot of money on the money she inherited.
So I figure JM is pretty smart if you know what I mean.
On the other hand, he's doing everything he can to blow the election by ticking off as many conservatives as possible.
With HRC and BHO beating each other up and self-destructing after GWB just about handed 11/4 to 'em, JM is pandering to so many of 'em on the left that folks in the middle and on the right don't know which way to turn.
JM has learned a lesson from BHO.
Dump the preacher!
JH got the ax for suggesting AH helped Jews make it to the promised land; which proves some preachers don't use Welch's during the sacrament.
RP got the ax for criticizing Islam as inherently violent; which proves JM is one for two in learning, uh, his lessons.
If JM picks MR to run with him, he learned nothing from the primaries.
I picked up my second bet - I go to a favorite local pizza joint if I win and my friend goes to a favorite local burger joint if victorious - on the BHO/JM race.
BHO ain't gonna win.
The more we learn about him, the more it becomes apparent that GWB's brother could even beat him.
And you've got to wonder, "Why hasn't HRC dropped out yet and why haven't the smarter superduperdelegates committed to BHO yet?"
I see a bad moon arisen...for BHO.
With so many America haters for friends, do you really think people living anywhere but San Francisco and Greenwich Village are going to vote for him?
Comparing primaries to the general election is like comparing the church to the Church if you know what I mean.
Now stop hyper-ventilating and go back to KDI.
HRC is done.
While she's got a big surprise for BHO which is why she hasn't dropped out yet, she's got about as much of a chance of getting the nomination as I have of succeeding our franchise's Stated Clerk; especially since citing the 1968 assassination of RFK as one of the reasons for her to stay in the, uh, race.
What was she thinking?
I hesitate to speculate because it's too dark if you know what I mean.
The DNC better decide if it really wants to get back into the White House 'cause it ain't gonna happen with this tag team.
Hello operator, do you have a number for JE, AG, uh, uh, uh, or JK?
BHO sounds so smart - kinda like mainline preachers - but he's so _____ (you fill in the blank).
June 5, 2007: During a speech at Hampton University, he refers to his pastor disaster as "the guy who puts up with me, counsels me, listens to my wife complain about me."
April 29, 2008: Speaking to reporters about his pastor disaster, he, uh, nuances, "He was never my spiritual mentor. He was my pastor."
I'll buy those last two sentences.
I can't even raise 12Gs.
April 12, 2008: "I'm the only candidate who doesn't take money from...[evil, despicable, perditious]...corporate PACs and lobbyists."
He has raised over $14 big ones from lawyers and lobbyists.
Uh, another nuance.
Speaking in Tallahassee in March 2007, he distinguishes himself (self-_____) as a "constitutional law professor...which means unlike the current President, I actually respect the constitution."
Uh, the University of Chicago said they never conferred the title on him.
I never used the title until I got it.
Uh, another nuance.
The longer this campaign goes on, I'm feeling better about my bets; though I still think I'm gonna lose no matter who wins.
Here's another response to my shepherds don't follow sheep paradigm from a veteran in Pennsylvania: "After reading about the sheep, I was reminded of a comment made to me about leadership when I was a buck sergeant in the infantry. People are like overcooked spaghetti. If you push, they collapse. If you pull, they straighten up. In other words, you can't lead from the rear."
Even I know when not to comment if you know what I mean.
Blessings and Love!