English: Official photo of Congresswoman (R-MN) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Rush Limbaugh promised to move to Costa Rica if Barack Obama were re-elected in 2012. He is still here
Michele Bachmann promised to leave Minnesota if the state of Minnesota approved gay marriage, They did and she is still a Minnesota Congressperson. If she does keep her promise, I hope that she will go north, rather than east, south or west.
English: Line graph showing the current top 5 frontrunners of the 2012 Republican Primaries based on straw poll results. This includes Ron Paul, Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry, and Mitt Romney. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Why did the GOP lose the presidential race in 2012? Partly the reason was their policy positions on gay rights, women’s rights, immigration reform, taxes and fiscal policy. But the primary reason they lost was that they chose the worst possible candidate in Mitt Romney, except for Rick Perry, Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich or Herman Cain. They could have selected a sensible candidate like Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. Instead they spurned sense and tried to overcome Mitt’s weaknesses by the expenditure of vast amounts of dollars.
mitt_2 (Photo credit: clocker)
Never hurts to be insured even if being elected is improbable. Mitt could select one of the following for VP to guard against ever being impeached.
- Allen West
- Paul Ryan
- Michele Bachmann
- Rick Santorum
- Herman Cain
Hillary Clinton, followed by Huma Abedin. Green Valley High School – Henderson, NV (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
A recent blog post defending Michele Bachmann and others and attacking Huma Abedin made this statement: Huma Abedin should welcome an opportunity to defend herself and prove her innocence. That is NOT the American way. Americans are presumed innocent until proven guilty, not the other way round. Huma’s accusers are the true Unamericans.
Is John McCain the last or only honorable Republican remaining? Yesterday he spoke out against Michele Bachmann and others attacking Huma Abedin as being connected to Muslim extremists. In 2008, I thought that McCain was not qualified to be president in a time of great economic difficulty, but I have always respected his service to our nation and his willingness to speak his mind. Again I applaud John McCain’s willingness to stand for what is right and oppose the extreme Right in his own party.
Please see Muslim brotherhood