Posts filed under ‘Republicans’
President Obama’s State of the Union address begins at 9:00 p.m. EDT. I’m posting this press release from Mike Huckabee’s office at 7:20 p.m. EDT, a little under two hours before the speech begins.
And Huckabee thinks he’s presidential material? What a fool.
Wow. Check this out. The Mittster’s gonna love it but look at Christie’s numbers. Shazam:
This is going to add fuel to Mitt’s fire but I agree with his “friends” who are telling him (1) he’s had his chance and wondering (2) how in the world he’s going to be different in a 2016 run than he was the last two times?
I saw footage of him giving a speech at a GOP meeting in San Diego last night and he looked as wooden as ever.
But, again, also striking are Christie’s numbers. 3%. Wow. He’s fallen off the planet. It couldn’t happen to a more thoroughly corrupt guy.
Per Andrea Peterson, a tech reporter for the Washington Post, the town of Ferguson, Missouri just hired a PR firm, “Common Ground Public Relations.” Here’s a photo of “the team” from their website. Not only are they all white, they’re sooo young:
Good luck kids!
As you probably know, Scott Brown, the former Senator from Massachusetts, is now running for the Senate in New Hampshire. Poor guy. He’s like a man without a country. Massachusetts voted him out in favor of Elizabeth Warren so he went in search of another state and he landed in NH.
Anyway, he’s holding a campaign rally this morning and John McCain’s there as the supposed draw, because apparently Brown isn’t enough of one on his own. Looks raucous huh?
Ah yes, Texas governor and presidential wannabe Rick Perry was indited by a grand jury today for abusing the power of his office. Perry struts around like he’s the coolest dude on Earth (with new glasses that supposedly make him look like he has a brain) but that isn’t a healthy mindset for a politician because this is what can happen as a result:
Rick Perry indicted!
A grand jury indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday for abusing the powers of his office by carrying out a threat to veto funding for state prosecutors investigating public corruption — making the possible 2016 presidential hopeful his state’s first indicted governor in nearly a century.