The world is to big for us, too much is going on, to many crimes, to much violence and excitement. Try as you will, you get behind in the race in spite of yourself. It’s a constant strain to keep pace… and still, you lose ground. Science empties its discoveries on you so fast that you stagger beneath them in hopeless bewilderment. The political world is news seen rapidly, you’re out of breath trying to keep pace with who’s in and who’s out. Everything is high pressure. Human nature can’t endure much more.
Mitt Romney is sticking to what he said, that FEMA should be done away with, and let the states and or the private sector take over. You know what that would be like if the private sector was running it. It would make any disaster more worse, than what actual mayhem and destruction it already created.
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With Mitt Romney talking about the 47%, the ones that pay no taxes, but are on food stamps, welfare, or retired people who pay no taxes (income) etc., etc. Well now. Mitt doesn’t mention his father George was on general relief, when the family fled Mexico in 1912. And here’s a video of Mitt’s mom talking about receiving help.
When President Obama stopped in at the Big Apple Pizza in Ft. Pierce, Florida, he was greeted with a hug and lifted up in the air by the owner, Scott Van Duzer. Because of what Duzer did, he is getting a lot of flack from the Republican crazies, who need to get a life, and stop acting like the pathetic assholes that they are.
Scott Van Duzer and President Obama, at the Big Apple Pizza, in Ft. Pierce, FL.
When I first heard that Romney picked Paul Ryan to be his running mate, this had the Koch Brothers all over it. In an well written Op-Ed by Danny Weil of Truthout, spells out what the Koch Brothers are up to. Read it at Truthout. The link is below the pic.
Porn Star Jenna Jameson endorsed Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican candidate for President. The reason she says is, “when your rich, you want a Republican in office.” Now, one has to wonder what Mittens has to say about this, and will be red in the face.
Mitt Romney’s traveling press secretary Rick Gorka has no class at all, telling reporters to “kiss my ass.” It seems that Romney refuses to answer any questions from reporters, other than the ones at Fox News, which isn’t saying much, as they will ask him the softball questions, nothing to hard, cause that teax Mitt’s brain, and spew out even more gaffes.
Now that Mitt Romney is in London, he has made so many gaffes, that it isn’t even funny. One of them was, that he told reporters, that he met with the leader of MI6 which is like the CIA. In Britain that’s a no-no. It’s supposed to be kept quiet.
What made Bill Clinton make a statement, calling for the Bush era tax cuts be extended. Of course the orange coated John Boehner was all giddy, along with the other GOPers. Now the Obama White House is quite pissed about it, and I don’t blame them one bit, as Obama has been wanting the rich to pay more taxes.
Darrell Issa compares himself to Martin Luther King Jr? It would be a cold day in hell for that to happen…
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) has been catching flack for holding a panel today relating to women’s access to birth control that featured zero women, but Issa won’t let the fact that few Americans agree with his position deter him. Taking to Twitter this evening, he fired back with a always-appropriate Martin Luther [...]/p
Sarah Palin finally hit rock bottom and accepted an invitation to speak for free at CPAC, and her address was a combination of lies about Obama and bitterness over 2008.
The CPAC crowd was hot for Sarah Palin, but what they got were canned lies about Obama wanting to raise taxes and redistribute wealth, and the whining of faded failed vice-presidential candidate. Read more…
Newt Gingrich’s favorability is on the negative side. Yet the voters in SC made him the winner. So ti was the usual anyone but Romney mantra.
Talking Points Memo
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich scored a huge victory the South Carolina Republican primary this weekend. He performed well in the Fox debates and the data suggests that drove his rise in the polls – his numbers picked up after he revved up the partisan crowd and Romney faded into the background. And then he won the actual vote by nearly fifteen points. Read more…