First, the Democrats.
The biracial Obama still claims to be black so that actual blacks, Latinos, clueless youth and guilt-ridden white Liberals will vote for him. It’s “cool” to be black, even when you’re not.
And the Democrats have launched a new campaign tactic. It’s called the “Republican War on Women.” Why, I actually heard Hillary compare Republicans to the Taliban.
They’ll do anything to direct attention away from the grim Obama economy and his vague and bland leadership style.
And the Republicans, according to the Democrats, are trying to steal voting rights from poor folks by requiring them to (gasp!) obtain a photo identification.
No matter that many, likely most, democratic nations require precisely that.
Before you know it, dastardly Republicans will want photos on drivers’ licenses, and Democrats will simply not stand for it, you hear!?
Obama wants to get re-elected so badly that he’s leaning on Israel not to take action against Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons because his re-election is more important than keeping nuclear arms from the grasp of Muslim crackpots.
Were Israel to zap Iran’s nuclear program, it would have economic repercussions in this election year. Can’t have that.
It would darn difficult to blame Bush.
Speaking of which, as we race through Obama’s fourth and final year in the White House, everything that’s going poorly is still “Bush’s fault.”
And now the Republicans.
I apologize for my momentary support of Rick Santorum some weeks ago.
He should be tossed unceremoniously beneath the wheels of the Republican bandwagon due to saying recently that re-electing Obama would be preferable to electing Romney.
He is an embarrassment, proving himself to be a larger loon than Ron Paul.
In spite of his Mormon underwear, I am now a Romney man.
I have backed Cain and Gingrich and, for a moment, even Santorum, but things are clearer now, and I am less hysterical.
Romney is not a right-wing nut. He is no horn-dog. He has left no trail of girlfriends and ex-wives, not that I care a lick about that, but others do, sadly.
He doesn’t obsess on human reproduction and religious issues when it’s Obama’s economic mess that deserves top billing.
And Mitt even looks presidential. On to November! Yahoo!