This was basically a sham.Â We got, literally, 10 minutes of McCain and Romney arguing over semantics.Â Whether or not Romney used the word “timetable” as a reference to troop withdrawel or a reference to milestones.Â Is that really what the debate is about?
I could have sworn I was watching two high school girls bickering over the fact that one told a boy that the other liked him…”Yeah, but I didn’t mean that I like him like him.”
I wish Reagan could have been there to smack those bitches back to reality.Â I’ve come to the conclusion that Ron Paul just isn’t the right man to do it.Â His message is great, but unfortunately he just doesn’t have “it”, and his delivery is weak.Â I’d love to see Ron Paul’s ideas delivered by a guy with Obama’s oratory skills.
By the way, does anyone else find it ironic that McCain says he wants to change Washington, but his response to every question he doesn’t know how to answer is to name 30 “old and dear friends” whose names I remember as Washington politicians from my childhood?Â It seems like he tries to fill up his 90 second responses by naming these dinosaurs as slowly as possible.
Huckabee?Â That guy is qualified for little more than hosting amateur night at a “clean jokes only” comedy club in Little Rock.Â Two drink minimum…your choice of milk or juice.Â And don’t forget to tip your waitresses–they’re illegal workers, and the only payment they’re getting from us is free college for their kids.
Seriously, are these ass clowns the best we can muster up to represent us?
“Is the best of the free life behind us now, and are the good time really over for good?” –Merle Haggard
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