The Republican Presidential nominees.
Instead of stabbing at Julius Caesar what is left of the nobodies in this race are left to stab at each other. The I’ll bet you $10 thousand dollar man while normal Americans take pay cut after pay cut after pay cut to have anything left remotely called a job for any pay attempt on a daily basis just to survive, then there’s one candidate who just laughs.
He is going to represent the average American?
I wouldn’t bet on it.
Then there’s the clown who for the moment is riding the up escalator while at the same time his Republican constituents are cringing, remembering that he was the only house speaker in the 208-year history in 1997 that was disciplined for ethical wrongdoing and ordered him to pay an unprecedented $300,000 penalty. Hell most don’t even want to speak on camera for fear he’ll be the nominee, win then take revenge.
World News on ABC Sunday, December 11, correspondent David Kerley complete transcript:
DAVID MUIR: And when you’re atop the field, the incoming fire grows, and the attacks on Newt Gingrich are not confined to the campaign trail. Gingrich is now taking heat from his former colleagues on Capitol Hill, colleagues from the same party. Here’s ABC’s David Kerley.
DAVID KERLEY: With another decent debate performance, Newt Gingrich is now frightening some of his own party.
REP. PETER KING (R-NY): I saw the damage he did to the Republican Party and to the Congress. And I think I owe it to my constituents and to the country not to allow that to happen again. And if he did that as Speaker, I’m really concerned what he would do as our nominee for President.
KERLEY: And it’s not just one Republican. Others who worked with the former Speaker are loudly denouncing him.
SENATOR TOM COBURN (R-OK): I just found his leadership lacking.
FORMER GOVERNOR JOHN SUNUNU (R-NH): I believe Newt Gingrich is a Gingrich-ite. All he cares about is Newt Gingrich.
FORMER REP. SUSAN MOLINARI (R-NY): Most of us are terrified to death that he would become the Republican nominee.
KERLEY: Tom Davis served and was promoted by Gingrich, but won’t give him his endorsement. Some Republicans have told me: Listen, this is a guy who couldn’t run the House of Representatives. How is he going to run the country?
FORMER REP. TOM DAVIS (R-VA): You can say a lot of things about Newt, and he sometimes ruled with an iron fist, but you can’t say he was a bad Speaker. He was a change Speaker and took the Republicans to the promised land after 40 years out of power.
KERLEY: The complaints? Gingrich had a million ideas, but many were a distraction. He lacked discipline and often put himself before the party. Some Republicans were fed up. In fact, a coup led by then-House member Lindsey Graham in the late ’90s failed. Today, Graham said Gingrich has matured, but won’t get his endorsement, either.
SENATOR LINDSEY GRAHAM (R-SC): I think he’s levelled out as a person, and all of us, even his worst critics, would say that Newt is a guy that can really hold a room.
KERLEY: Well, I spoke to many Republicans who are critical of Gingrich. Many would not go on camera. Why? Because they think Gingrich could actually win the nomination and may take retaliation. David?
After all he did shut down the government once upon a time because he felt he wasn’t treated right on a plane by then President Clinton.
After he breaks up the unions, tells people they can’t strike on their jobs, tells them screw you the rich get to keep their bigger tax breaks and if nobody gives him his way on any given subject matter, he will what…. shut the country down?
I believe that has already been done by the last Republican President for 8 miserable years. And the present one is being conspired against by the Republican House already so he can’t accomplish any turnarounds. This is the only way they feel they can gain the White House back.
But what for?
The poor can’t get any poorer. The tea party has vanished since the boycott Wall Street protesters took to the streets. And why? Because they don’t have the balls to clash with this crowd. They remind them to much of the sixties. But scare not, nobody got their heads bashed in with such regularity like the sixties protesters, not even the shut down wall street generation. But nevertheless the pee-pee too much tea party people have took refuge back in their homes.
God I can’t wait for spring then summer then the GOP convention. Hell I’ll even call the MC5 now and give them an invite.
We shall see who will win the battle on the street.
The Republicans do not have one viable candidate and they know it.
Perry feels that Social Security is a ponzi scheme, Romney is throwing his cash around in everybody’s faces, Republicans who at one time wanted to oust Gingrich from the House period. And who were the others at the debate?
Who will stab who and how many times? And when all said and done the Republicans will slaughter their own. Debate on, the more the better for the Democrats.
Oh Yeah, Well I’m the friendly stranger
In the black sedan
Oh won’t you hop inside my car?
I got pictures, got candy, I am a lovable man
I’d like to take you to the nearest star
I’m your vehicle baby
I’ll take you anywhere you wanna go….
Yep, Sounds like them all. LMAO
And I absolutely loved this song by “The Ides Of March”.
Vehicle was written by Jim Peterik and released off the debut and song entitled album in 1970. It became the fastest selling single in Warner Bros. Records history.
Jim Peterik – Lead Guitar, Lead Vocal
Larry Millas – Rhythm Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Backing Vocal
Bob Bergland – Bass, Saxophone, Backing Vocals
Ray Herr: Bass, – Backing Vocals
Michael Borch – Drums, Percussion
John Larson – Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Chuck Soumar – Trumpet, Backing Vocal