Rubio, Eastwood upstage Willard

Senator Marco Rubio (earth hater-FL) is the leading contender for his party's 2016 nomination for president. As he ignored the waiting-in-the-wings presumed nominee during his speech, it became abundantly clear that 2012 is a lost cause for the floundering GOP.

Chris Cillizza:
It’s uniquely possible that we will look back in four or eight years to this night as the time when it became clear Rubio had that something special that made him a force to be reckoned with in presidential politics.
Even aging Outlaw Josie Wales star, Clint Eastwood, seemed to agree that officios make lousy actors:
Clint Eastwood's RNC speech was to imaginary Obama in an empty chair. I'm drafting a DNC speech to imaginary Romney in an empty factory." — George Takei, Mr. Sulu of "Star Trek."
RT @billmaher: Wow. Who knew Clint Eastwood was such a down the line rightwing asshole?

RT @TheRealRoseanne: RNC convention: tales of the crypt. Retweeted by Babes of NPR.

Cillizza, again:
There are no words for what the actor did on the convention stage Thursday night.
When Willard took the podium, this interested party thought: "it's bedtime, Bonzo," then engaged in some sex worship to Our Lady of the Arroyo.

Ron Paul strategist, Doug Wead told Kevin Kervick at The Examiner:
Governor Romney threatened to drop a "media A-Bomb" to "destroy forever the name Ron Paul" by producing commercials and advertising that would destroy his name and reputation. Voters are wondering that if Governor Romney would resort to intimidation tactics as a candidate, what would he be like as President of the people of the United States?
Someone said that former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who oversaw the raping of American electoral process by helping to install his brother as Commander in Chief, spoke at the earth haters' convention and instructed President Obama to quit blaming his predecessor. From The El Paso Times:
Veterans struggling with mental-health and substance-abuse problems are expected to benefit from an executive order President Barack Obama is scheduled to sign Friday before he arrives at Fort Bliss. [A]cross the country, the VA and the military are competing with the private sector for a relatively small number of mental-health professionals.
As anniversary of I-35W bridge collapse approaches, hundreds of thousands of bridges in US given grade of 'D' by engineers: map.

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