One of the highlights of the 1992 election cycle was when Paul Tsongas called Bill Clinton a Pander Bear for obvious reasons. Bill not only felt people’s pain, he borrowed their ideas, policies, you name if, he’d use it. He was to politicians what Milton Berle was to comedians. The 2016 election cycle seems to be featuring a new variation on this theme: Chris Christie as the Angry Pander Bear. I originally thought Christie might use his Ralph Kramden/Governor Asshole persona to run against the nutty GOP base but those days are long gone. He’s gone from CPAC pariah to … Continue reading Angry Pander Bear
Good morning, all! Since the Elections are upon us, we need to examine the the yin and yang, the Jagger and Richards, the Pete and Repeat of the Freeperatis’ political desires – Jeb and Our Sarah!
Jeb won the coin toss (if nothing else), so we’ll start out with Bushed!
Posted on 10/29/2014 10:02:51 AM by C19fan
Run, Jeb, run.
I mean it, despite two powerful arguments against a presidential run by Jeb Bush — one specific to the former Florida governor, one more generic.
****************************This is 10 out of 10 on the troll meter for Dauphin Bush 2016. The author admits she wants the Dauphin to run because he is a Open Borders Centralizing RINO.
But many FReepers WANT Jeb to run for prez.
Along with Huck, Mittens, Christie, Paul, and any and all other RINO’s and libertarians.
Oh, and just one conservative – Ted Cruz.
They figure the RINO’s(sic) will self destruct each other and leave Cruz as the victor.
To: Pearls Before Swine
The contest will be between Romney and Bush. That would be good for Conservatives in the primaries as the field of conservatives won’t be eliminating each other while the lefty gope stands in the wings waiting to roll over the later primaries as the only one left standing. I suspect, though, that the contest will be in the RNC et al and will be decided before the primaries. There will be no visible strife. It will all be done with money flows out of sight.
To: 2ndDivisionVetJust no more fricking Bush’s. Anybody else– I don’t much care.
To: SMARTYRepublicans over and over divide on issues and candidates and end up with splinter groups, with poor turn outLiberals AGREE with their party leadership and stand in whole agreement behind their party. of course there are differences ironed out in the beginning. They are united and mostly they win.Over and over Conservatives simply do no vote or stay home. Look at where we are.STOP! repeating the same pattern or there will be another loss. MOGod forbid! God bless America.