Michelle obama Would Like To Thank You Personally
For spending all of your time and focus on falling into the trap of tearing each Republican candidate apart and not demanding that they instead come hard after obama and his treasonous destruction of the United States of America. She would also like to thank you in advance for funding her 2013-2017 lux vacations and glittering White House Muslim celebrations. Your continued attacks on each other have made this possible, for which she is smugly thrilled.
I’ll briefly touch on two things today, Herman Cain and Rick Perry’s latest campaign moves.
Cain continues to capture the lead in the polls, this we know. However, I am wondering a little about those polls being quite accurate. The reason that I say this is because I don’t believe Romney is (factually) that far up there either. I also don’t think some one who started out as strong as Perry did could drop so like a stone after a couple of lackluster debates – considering they were the first debates.
It don’t add up to me.
Everyone piles on Perry for some stumbling and fumbling with responses and messaging, while Cain has had to walk back quite a fair number of statements and comments – and no one is really playing whack-a-mole on him yet.
Cain, in his way is more experienced in running in front of the nation, while Perry has always been local to his state. I would expect more caution and a more focused message from the man with the 999 plan.
Now Cain has put out this rather “artsy” campaign ad. Uh, right when Perry unveils his flat tax plan.
Meh – the ad comes off as rather grungy to me. I really don’t see this helping his fundraising.
And now Perry is getting the old “Birther” treatment. Yes, the attempt to paint Perry as a racist by using a “painted rock” that he had zero responsibility for, actually backfired. So now he will be made into a Birther extraordinaire. Listen, I am a Birther, and I’m here to tell you that Rick Perry isn’t in this clique.
Here is my advice for Cain: stop pandering to the crowd. Quit trying to promote your personal popularity because that will only take you so far along. You have zero time in a political office – nada. That will bring you down faster and further than Perry’s mumbling and bumbling.
Here is my advice to Perry: When you are asked if you believe obama was born in this country, respond to that with a big ole middle finger. Ask the interviewer if they are trying to have a joke at your expense. Tell them that you are there to discuss your qualification to be President, not to discuss a controversy that Hillary Clinton began during her run against obama. If they ask if you have”seen” obama’s birth certificate, ask them to explain to you why you should have concerned yourself with the topic at all? Stick it to them. Tell them to move on.
And one more thing – don’t let your meeting with Trump dictate a damn thing you do. Trump will get right behind Romney IF he doesn’t get behind obama again. Then there is also the chance Trump will run as an Indy – even though he once swore he would not.
Rick Perry Refuses to Answer Birther Questions
COLUMBIA, S.C. – At a press conference at the South Carolina Statehouse, Texas Gov. Rick Perry refused to answer questions about whether he believes President Obama was born in the United States, calling it a distraction from the conversation on how to create jobs.
“That is one of the biggest distractions that there is going,” Perry said when asked what would convince him that President Obama was born in the United States. ”We need to be talking about jobs. Somebody wants to see my birth certificate I’d be happy to show it to them. But the fact [is] that is a distraction and Americans don’t really care about that, if you want to know the truth of the matter. … What Americans want to talk about is jobs.”
This is the second time since this weekend that Perry has been asked to clarify his views on the topic after a controversial statement in Sunday’s Parade magazine, and both times he’s turned down the opportunity to spell out his stance.
Perry steered the conversation away from the birther questions and touted his just-released economic plan while also addressing criticism that only the wealthy would benefit from his 20 percent flat tax proposal.